This year’s primary will go down in the history books for California offering primary voters one ballot with all the candidates’ names. In the top-two primary system, the two candidates with the most votes end up on the November ballot. They could be two Republicans, two Democrats, two “others” or any combination. California now joins Washington state, Louisiana and Nebraska.
Grassroots Labs founder Mike Madrid talks about the effect of the top-two system during the June 5 primary.