Voters last year passed a system in which the top two vote-getters regardless of party will advance to a special runoff. But races in the 17th and 28th Senate districts aren't expected to test the new process.
Upcoming special elections to fill two state Senate seats may not provide the expected test of California's new "top two" primary system because the contests may well be settled in the first round of balloting, eliminating the potential for a first-ever runoff between two members of the same party.
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