Updated 2018 Election Results, Statewide and Local Races

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The following are election results in for State, County, and local races as of 4:51 pm Friday night.

According to the County Elections, they have processed over 1.7 million ballot cards with an estimated 82,000 vote-by-mail envelopes to be counted along with 25,000 provisionals and 1,000 conditional voter registrations.  Our next scheduled update is at 5:00 pm on Friday, November 16th.

Voter turnout in Contra Costa County stands at 47.76%.  The next scheduled results update is Friday, November 9 at 5pm.

 

Antioch City Council (2 seats for 2 years)

  • 28.17% – Joy Motts (8,965)
  • 23.60% – Lori Ogorchock (7,512)
  • 19.59% – Tony Tiscareno (6,235)
  • 15.48% – Nora Foster (4,927)
  • 7.67% – Prudence-Capelle (2,442)
  • 5.49% – Rodney McClellend (1,749)

 

Antioch Unified School District (2 seats)

  • 27.19% – Mary Rocha (9,194)
  • 17.93% – Ellie Householder (6,064)
  • 15.59% – Jim Davis (5,271)
  • 13.21% – Clyde Lewis (4,466)
  • 11.19% – Shagoofa Khan (3,783)
  • 8.15% – Candida Gonzalez-Amigo (2,754)

 

Antioch Measure W

  • 64.56% – Yes
  • 35.44% – No

 

BART (San Francisco Bay Area Transit, District 2)

  • 62.38% – Mark Foley
  • 37.62% – Joel Keller

 

Bethel Island Municipal Improvement (2 seats)

  • 38.08% – Steven Lucas (334)
  • 23.49% – Bruce Smith (206)
  • 20.75% – Frederick C Bonilla (182)
  • 17.67% – Dean Moreland (155)

 

Brentwood City Council (2 Seats)

  • 26.38% – Joel Bryant (6,307)
  • 26.17% – Johnny Rodriguez (6,257)
  • 19.73% – Olga Vidriales (4,717)
  • 16.75% – John Fink (4,004)
  • 10.97% – Mike Jones (2,624)

 

Brentwood Union School (3 seats)

  • 22.84% – Emil Geddes (7,802)
  • 22.16% – Scott Dudek (7,569)
  • 22.06% – Steve Gursky (7,536)
  • 19.95% – Thuy Dao Jensen (6,814)
  • 13.00% – Anthony Penso (4,442)

 

Byron-Bethany Irrigation, Division 1 (1 seat)

  • 52.31% – Milan “Pete” Petrovich (34)
  • 47.69% – Larry Enos (31)

 

 

Clayton City Council (2 seats)

  • 27.67% – Carl “CW” Wolfe (1,959)
  • 27.43% – Jeff Wan (1,942)
  • 27.14% – David “Shoe” Shuey (1,922)
  • 17.17% – Brian Budell (1,258)

 

Concord City Council – District 1

  • 40.33% – Laura Hoffmeister
  • 36.44% – Ron Leone
  • 23.23% – Judy Herman

 

Concord City Council – District 3

  • 58.55% – Dominic Aliano
  • 41.45% – Kenji Yamada

 

Contra Costa Board of Education – Area 2

  • 67.70% – Sarah Butler
  • 32.30% – Diddo Clark

 

Contra Costa Board of Education – Area 4

  • 51.47% – Michael Maxwell (27,795)
  • 48.53% – John Crowder (26,207)

 

Contra Costa County Board of Education – District 5

  • 43.21% – Annette Lewis
  • 24.53% – Walter Ruehlig
  • 16.60% – Debra Vinson
  • 15.66% – Jeff Belle

 

Contra Costa County Superintendent of Schools (Run off)

  • 58.50% – Lynn Mackey (141,323)
  • 41.50% – Cheryl Hansen (100,250)

 

Contra Costa Community College – Ward 3

  • 60.06% – Rebecca Barrett
  • 24.65% – Michael Menesini
  • 8.41% – Joe Munoz
  • 6.88% – Murray Bishop

 

Contra Costa Community College – Ward 4

  • 56.05% – Andy Li
  • 43.95% – Harleston Abram Wilson

 

Diablo Water (3 seats)

  • 28.01% – Kenneth Crockett (4,435)
  • 24.80% – Paul Segar (3,926)
  • 23.69% – Enrico Cinquini (3,751)
  • 23.50% – Howard Hobbs (3,720)

 

Discovery Bay Community Services District (3 seats)

  • 32.95% – Kevin Graves (2,889)
  • 30.92% – Robert Leete (2,702)
  • 23.00% – Bryon Gutow (2,017)
  • 13.23% – Brian Roger Lax, Jr (1,160)

 

Knightsen Town Community Services (3 seats)

  • 30.60% – Linda Matteri (332)
  • 27.37% – Gilbert Somerhalder (297)
  • 25.71% – Tricia Bello-Kunkel (279)
  • 16.31% – Alvin Simas (177)

 

Lafayette City Council (2)

  • 27.78% – Susan Candell
  • 23.28% – Teresa Gerringer
  • 20.46% – Ivor Samson
  • 15.78% – Karen Maggio
  • 12.75% – Dale Smith

 

Liberty Union High (3 seats)

  • 32.71% – Erick Stonebarger
  • 29.23% – Pauline Allred
  • 25.87% – Roy Ghiggeri
  • 12.19% – Brian Roger Lax Jr

 

Martinez City Council – District 1

  • 100% – Lara DeLaney

 

Martinez City Council – District 4

  • 50.67% – John Stevens (1,507)
  • 49.33% – Debbie Mckillop (1,467)

 

Martinez – Mayor

  • 65.00% – Rob Schroder
  • 35.00% – Yazmin Llamas-Morales

 

Moraga Town Council (2 seats)

  • 37.73% – Mike Mccluer
  • 32.13% – Steve Woehleke
  • 30.15% – Dave Trotter

 

Oakley City Council (2 seats)

  • 32.74% – Sue Higgins
  • 30.48% – Randy Pope
  • 21.84% – Michael Dupray
  • 14.93% – Dezi Pina

 

Orinda City Council (3 seats)

  • 25.77% – Amy Worth (4,878)
  • 21.42% – Dennis Fay (4,054)
  • 20.56% – Nick Kosla (3,892)
  • 19.02% – Eve Phillips (3,600)
  • 13.22% – Kathleen Jenkins (2,502)

 

Pittsburg City Council (3 seats)

  • 23.33% – Marilyn Craft (6,511)
  • 20.54% – Holland Barret White (5,733)
  • 18.80% – Shanelle Scales-Preston (5,248)
  • 15.91% – Mark Gargalikis (4,439)
  • 11.52% – Wolfgang Croskey (3,214)
  • 9.90% – Durie Foster, Jr. (2,763)

 

Pleasant Hill City Council (2 seats)

  • 43.44% – Sue Noack
  • 36.94% – Michael G Harris
  • 19.63% – Dennis Lytton

 

Richmond City Council (3 candidates)

  • 11.92% – Demnlus Johnson III (6,539)
  • 11.26% – Eduardo Martinez (6,172)
  • 10.42% – Nathaniel Bates (5,713)
  • 10.03% – Vinay Pimple (5,499)
  • 10.08% – Cesar Zepeda (5,528)
  • 9.23% – Jim Rogers (5,060)
  • 9.04% – Ada Recinos (4,955)
  • 6.87% – Virginia Ramirez (3,766)
  • 5.26% – Carole Johnson (2,887)
  • 5.14% – Diego Garcia (2,821)
  • 4.94% – Dave Schoenthal (2,709)
  • 4.28% – Eleanor Thompson (2,347)
  • 1.53% – Keith Rivers (841)

Richmond Mayor

  • 57.24% – Tom Butt
  • 42.67% – Melvin Lee Willis Jr.

 

Walnut Creek City Council (2 seats)

  • 31.70% – Cindy Silva (12,730)
  • 23.93% – Matt Francois (9,611)
  • 18.58% – Iman Novin (7,462)
  • 18.52% – Spencer Dress (7,436)
  • 7.27% – Rebecca Byrd (2,920)

Contra Costa – Measure R

  • 71.86% – Yes
  • 28.14% – No

 

State & Federal Voting List (Results as of November 9 at 4:14 pm

Governor

  • 59.7% – Gavin Newsom
  • 40.3% – John Cox

Lieutenant Governor

  • 55.9% – Eleni Kounalakis
  • 44.1% – Ed Hernandez

 

Secretary of State

  • 62.0% – Alex Padilla
  • 38.0% – Mark Meuser

 

State Controller

  • 63.2% – Betty Yee
  • 36.8% – Roditis Konstantino

 

State Treasurer

  • 61.5% – Fiona Ma
  • 38.5% – Greg Conlon

 

State Attorney General

  • 61.0% – Xavier Becerra
  • 39.0% – Steven Bailey

 

State Insurance Commissioner

  • 50.9% – Ricardo Lara
  • 49.1% – Steve Poizner

 

United States Senator

  • 54.5% – Diane Feinstein
  • 45.5% – Kevin De Leon

 

US Congress – District 5

  • 78.1% – Mike Thompson
  • 21.9% – Anthony Mills

 

US Congress – District 9

  • 54.2% – Jerry McNerney
  • 45.8% – Marla Livengood

 

US Congress – District 11

  • 71.9% – Mark DeSaulnier
  • 28.1% – John Fitzgerald

 

California State Assembly – District 11

  • 60.3% – Jim Frazier
  • 39.7% – Lisa Romero

 

California State Assembly – District 14

  • 73.1% – Tim Grayson
  • 26.9% – Aasim Yahya

 

California State Assembly – District 15

  • 56.3% – Buffy Wicks
  • 43.7% – Jovank Doreen Beckles

 

California State Assembly – District 16

  • 51.2% – Catharine Baker (61,373)
  • 48.8% – Rebecca Bauer Kahan (58,387)

 

California State Superintendent of Public Schools

  • 50.4% – Marshall Tuck (3,302,604)
  • 49.6% – Tony Thurmond (3,244,531)

 

 

Proposition 1: AUTHORIZES BONDS TO FUND SPECIFIED HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS. LEGISLATIVE STATUTE.

  • 54.3% – Yes
  • 45.7% -No

 

Proposition 2: AUTHORIZES BONDS TO FUND EXISTING HOUSING PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS. LEGISLATIVE STATUTE.

  • 61.4% – Yes
  • 38.6% – No

 

Proposition 3: AUTHORIZES BONDS TO FUND PROJECTS FOR WATER SUPPLY AND QUALITY, WATERSHED, FISH, WILDLIFE, WATER CONVEYANCE, AND GROUNDWATER SUSTAINABILITY AND STORAGE. INITIATIVE STATUTE

  • 47.7% – Yes
  • 52.3% – No

 

Proposition 4: AUTHORIZES BONDS FUNDING CONSTRUCTION AT HOSPITALS PROVIDING CHILDREN’S HEALTH CARE. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

  • 60.8% – Yes
  • 39.2% – No

 

Proposition 5: CHANGES REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN PROPERTY OWNERS TO TRANSFER THEIR PROPERTY TAX BASE TO REPLACEMENT PROPERTY. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

  • 41.7% – Yes
  • 58.3% – No

 

Proposition 6: ELIMINATES CERTAIN ROAD REPAIR AND TRANSPORTATION FUNDING. REQUIRES CERTAIN FUEL TAXES AND VEHICLE FEES BE APPROVED BY THE ELECTORATE. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

  • 44.6% – Yes
  • 55.4% – No

 

Proposition 7: CONFORMS CALIFORNIA DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME TO FEDERAL LAW. ALLOWS LEGISLATURE TO CHANGE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME PERIOD. LEGISLATIVE STATUTE.

  • 60.0% – Yes
  • 40.0% – No

 

Proposition 8: REGULATES AMOUNTS OUTPATIENT KIDNEY DIALYSIS CLINICS CHARGE FOR DIALYSIS TREATMENT. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

  • 38.6% – Yes
  • 61.4% – No

 

Proposition 9: On July 18, 2018 Proposition 9 was removed from the ballot by order of the California Supreme Court.

 

Proposition 10:  EXPANDS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS’ AUTHORITY TO ENACT RENT CONTROL ON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

  • 38.5% – Yes
  • 61.5% – No

 

Proposition 11: REQUIRES PRIVATE-SECTOR EMERGENCY AMBULANCE EMPLOYEES TO REMAIN ON-CALL DURING WORK BREAKS. ELIMINATES CERTAIN EMPLOYER LIABILITY. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

  • 60.5% – Yes
  • 39.5% – No

 

Proposition 12: ESTABLISHES NEW STANDARDS FOR CONFINEMENT OF SPECIFIED FARM ANIMALS; BANS SALE OF NONCOMPLYING PRODUCTS. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

  • 61.2% – Yes
  • 38.87% – No

 


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  1. Hey Jimmie Frazier, you going to get all your Election signs removed before the next election? We are getting tired of seeing your name on every other telephone pole and fence post through out east county all year long. It’s againist the law. REMOVE THEM.

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