That leaves one other spot. There are five Democrats spending huge amounts of money and the Democratic vote percentage will likely be somewhere from 43-50%, depending on how strong Marianne Williamson is and how many votes she takes from them. She's been on TV, has raised a lot of money, and has strong support from people outside the traditional Democratic voting base. I'm projecting right now that she finishes in second place. That'd mean a shut out for Democrats in a district that includes progressives strongholds like Santa Monica and Venice. It'd be a huge black eye.
Could Carr beat Williamson in November? Probably not, although I'd want to see how the primary plays before saying no. I do know that Carr can't beat a Democrat.