California voters head to the polls on Tuesday. Our photographers have fanned out across the state to capture the scene.

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A polling place in Simi Valley on Tuesday.CreditRozette Rago for The New York Times
Poll workers set up a voting booth at a church in Cardiff on Tuesday.CreditHilary Swift for The New York Times
Representative Jeff Denham, a Republican who is defending his seat in the 10th District, voted in Turlock on Tuesday.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times
Rocky Chavez, a Republican candidate for the 49th District, campaigning in Oceanside.CreditHilary Swift for The New York Times
Ricky Diaz casting a ballot in early voting in Norwalk, Calif., on Monday.CreditMelissa Lyttle for The New York Times
T.J. Cox, a candidate in California’s 21st Congressional District, visited a nut processing plant in Madera of which he is a co-owner.CreditRyan Christopher Jones for The New York Times
Harley Rouda, second from right, a candidate in the 48th Congressional District, took photos with supporters in Costa Mesa.CreditJenna Schoenefeld for The New York Times
John Cox, a Republican candidate for governor, voted in San Diego.CreditAndrew Cullen for The New York Times
Jackie Peregoy made calls in the Flip the 49th office in Carlsbad.CreditHilary Swift for The New York Times
Signs advertising candidates in the 39th Congressional District in Fullerton.CreditKayla Reefer for The New York Times
Ted Howze, a candidate in the 10th Congressional District, in Tracy.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times
The San Diego County Registrar of Voters office.CreditAndrew Cullen for The New York Times
Gil Cisneros, a candidate in the 39th Congressional District, with his twin sons at his campaign office in Brea.CreditKayla Reefer for The New York Times
Voters filled out their ballots at City Hall in San Francisco.CreditJim Wilson/The New York Times
Bryan Caforio, a candidate in the 25th Congressional District, with supporters in Simi Valley.CreditRozette Rago for The New York Times
Sara Jacobs, a candidate in the 49th Congressional District, at her campaign headquarters in Carlsbad.CreditHilary Swift for The New York Times
Paul Baxter, a volunteer for Sue Zwahlen’s campaign in the 10th Congressional District, made calls from a campaign office in Modesto.CreditJosh Haner/The New York Times
An advertisement on Highway 43 outside of Hanford.CreditRyan Christopher Jones for The New York Times

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