We examine the results of Tuesday's California primary election. What was the impact of the new "top-two" primary system? In the governor's race, does second place finisher Neel Kashkari stand a chance in November against Jerry Brown, who easily secured a first-place spot last night? And what will the passage of Prop B mean for development on San Francisco's waterfront? We'll bring you up-to-date on all the key races and what it all means for November and the general election.
Primary Election Results Wrap-up
John Myers, senior editor of politics and government for KQED
Larry Gerston, professor in the Dept. of Political Science at San Jose State University and author of "Not So Golden After All: The Rise and Fall of California"
Paul Mitchell, vice president of Political Data, Inc., which provides voter information to political campaigns, consultants and pollsters
Corey Cook, USF associate professor of politics & Director of the Leo McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good