Election Day in photos

Here is our collection of photos from Tuesday’s election. Photos by Iris Smoot and Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Patricia Marcinka, right, of Westlake Village reacts after Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, tells her of his lead over fellow Republican Mario De La Piedra at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

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Patricia Marcinka, right, of Westlake Village reacts after Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, tells her of his lead over fellow Republican Mario De La Piedra at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Bud Harley, right, of Camarillo watches results come in with Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

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Bud Harley, right, of Camarillo watches results come in with Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

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Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, talks with supporters at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

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Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, talks with supporters at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, gives a thumbs up to supporters after hearing early results at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

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Rob McCoy, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, gives a thumbs up to supporters after hearing early results at his campaign party in Camarillo on June 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers POLL-WATCHING PARTY - California state assembly member Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) talks with Thousand Oaks resident Richard Minnich during a poll-watching party at his Camarillo headquarters as he awaited the results of his run for the 26th Congressional district on Tuesday, June 3.

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POLL-WATCHING PARTY – California state assembly member Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) talks with Thousand Oaks resident Richard Minnich during a poll-watching party at his Camarillo headquarters as he awaited the results of his run for the 26th Congressional district on Tuesday, June 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers POLL-WATCHING PARTY - California state assembly member Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) poses for photos with his supporters during a poll-watching party at his Camarillo headquarters as they awaited the results of his run for the 26th Congressional district on Tuesday, June 3.

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POLL-WATCHING PARTY – California state assembly member Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) poses for photos with his supporters during a poll-watching party at his Camarillo headquarters as they awaited the results of his run for the 26th Congressional district on Tuesday, June 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers POLL-WATCHING PARTY - Hayen Brodsky, a member of the Channel Islands College Republicans, shows off his party pride on his shirt while playing foosball at a poll-watching party at the Camarillo headquarters for California state assembly member Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) as supporters awaited the results of his run for the 26th Congressional district on Tuesday, June 3.

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POLL-WATCHING PARTY – Hayen Brodsky, a member of the Channel Islands College Republicans, shows off his party pride on his shirt while playing foosball at a poll-watching party at the Camarillo headquarters for California state assembly member Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) as supporters awaited the results of his run for the 26th Congressional district on Tuesday, June 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers POLL-WATCHING PARTY - California state assembly member Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) laughs with campaign volunteer Barbara Williams, campaign staff member Myrna Vafee and Ventura residents Yolanda and Dan Hirsch during a poll-watching party at his Camarillo headquarters as they await the results of his run for the 26th Congressional district on Tuesday, June 3.

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POLL-WATCHING PARTY – California state assembly member Jeff Gorell (R-Camarillo) laughs with campaign volunteer Barbara Williams, campaign staff member Myrna Vafee and Ventura residents Yolanda and Dan Hirsch during a poll-watching party at his Camarillo headquarters as they await the results of his run for the 26th Congressional district on Tuesday, June 3.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Mike Osborn, left, of the Ventura County Republican Party talks with Krystal Gonzalez and her fiancé, Mario De La Piedra, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, at De La Piedra's campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

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Mike Osborn, left, of the Ventura County Republican Party talks with Krystal Gonzalez and her fiancé, Mario De La Piedra, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, at De La Piedra’s campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Krystal Gonzalez, left, her fiancé, Mario De La Piedra, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, and Curtis Cormane wait for updated election results to come in at De La Piedra's campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

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Krystal Gonzalez, left, her fiancé, Mario De La Piedra, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, and Curtis Cormane wait for updated election results to come in at De La Piedra’s campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Campaign Manager Dylan Gray, left, and Mario De La Piedra, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, look over election results at De La Piedra's campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

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Campaign Manager Dylan Gray, left, and Mario De La Piedra, Republican candidate for the 44th Assembly District, look over election results at De La Piedra’s campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Mario De La Piedra, right, and his fiancé, Krystal Gonzalez, kiss while waiting for updated election results at De La Piedra's campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

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Mario De La Piedra, right, and his fiancé, Krystal Gonzalez, kiss while waiting for updated election results at De La Piedra’s campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Mario De La Piedra, left, and his fiancé, Krystal Gonzalez, wait for updated election results at De La Piedra's campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

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Mario De La Piedra, left, and his fiancé, Krystal Gonzalez, wait for updated election results at De La Piedra’s campaign headquarters in Camarillo on June 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers LOCAL VOTERS - Agoura resident Bill Pontius looks over his sample ballot as he votes at Agoura City Hall on Tuesday, June 3.

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LOCAL VOTERS – Agoura resident Bill Pontius looks over his sample ballot as he votes at Agoura City Hall on Tuesday, June 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers LOCAL VOTERS - Agoura Hills city council member John Edelston signs in to vote with pollworkers Richard Still and wife Pam at city hall on Tuesday, June 3.

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LOCAL VOTERS – Agoura Hills city council member John Edelston signs in to vote with pollworkers Richard Still and wife Pam at city hall on Tuesday, June 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers LOCAL VOTERS - Poll inspector Debra Cohen, left, assists Rich Mooney as he turns in his ballot at Agoura City Hall on Tuesday, June 3.

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LOCAL VOTERS – Poll inspector Debra Cohen, left, assists Rich Mooney as he turns in his ballot at Agoura City Hall on Tuesday, June 3.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers LOCAL VOTERS - Erin Robbins, who brought her one-year-old son James along to vote at Agoura City Hall receives an “I Voted!” sticker from poll inspector Debra Cohen after turning in her ballot.

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LOCAL VOTERS – Erin Robbins, who brought her one-year-old son James along to vote at Agoura City Hall receives an “I Voted!” sticker from poll inspector Debra Cohen after turning in her ballot.

 

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