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Primary Results: California House Races (Updated)

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Updated 10:33 a.m., 2:15 p.m. | The race for California's coveted 31st District remained too close to call Wednesday morning, with just 390 votes separating the second- and third-place finishers.  

The results will make or break the race for Democrats, who have invested significant resources in this competitive district and named it one of their top targets of the cycle.  

George Miller Endorses a Successor

Democratic Rep. George Miller endorsed a potential successor Wednesday in the California district he's retiring from after 20 terms.  

Miller, who announced his retirement this month , is supporting state Sen. Mark DeSaulnier, the only Democrat so far to announce a bid in 11th District.  

California Democrat Continues to Clear Field in Open Seat Race

State Sen. Mark DeSaulnier, a Democrat, continues to clear the field in the race to replace retiring Rep. George Miller, D-Calif., in a Bay Area House seat.

On Tuesday, DeSaulnier announced that potential opponent, state Assemblymember Joan Buchanan, had endorsed his candidacy for California's 11th District. Another potential candidate, Democratic Assemblymember Susan Bonilla, endorsed DeSaulnier on Monday.

Democratic Congressman Endorses for Miller Seat

State Sen. Mark DeSaulnier, a Democrat vying for California's newly open 11th District, will announce Wednesday the endorsement of California Rep. Jared Huffman, according to a release provided first to CQ Roll Call.

Huffman's endorsement comes two days after Democratic Rep. George Miller announced his retirement. DeSaulnier announced his candidacy for the seat within hours.

First Potential Miller Successor Announces Candidacy

California state Sen. Mark DeSaulnier quickly launched his campaign Monday to replace retiring Rep. George Miller.

The 20-term incumbent announced earlier in the day that he would not seek another term, opening a safe Democratic seat that could attract a number of ambitious contenders.

Top Pelosi Ally to Retire From House (Updated) (Video)

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Updated 12:26 p.m. | Longtime Democratic Rep. George Miller announced he will not seek a 21st term in California's 11th District.

Miller, who was first elected to this Bay Area House seat in 1974, is a top ally to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who also represents Northern California.