Alameda County — The ballot for the California June 7 primary is filling out, following newly drawn districts. Deadlines to file for various races closed March 16, and while most candidates have qualified to see their names on the ballot, some are waiting for official approval.
Congressman Eric Swalwell will face six challengers; state Assemblywoman Rebecca Bauer-Kahan is set for a rematch with her last opponent; a fourth candidate has opted into the race for District Attorney; and voters will select four candidates for Zone 7 board seats, according to Alameda County’s official election site.
Here’s how the races stack up, according to the Alameda County Registrar of Voters office:
Six candidates have filed to run against Swalwell for the newly drawn…