Election Results: Contra Costa Approves Community College Bond

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Here is a look at the election results from the June 3 Primary where voters in Contra Costa County supported a Community College Bond and sent candidates to the runoff Election in November.

Needing 55% of voter support, the Contra Costa Community College Bond passed with 56.69% support versus 43.31% who opposed.  Governor Jerry Brown will face Neel Kashkari in a November showdown while State Senator Mark DeSaulnier will face off against Tue Phan in the 11th Congressional District race.

Editors Note – we did not include all results based and only included candidates with higher voter support percentages. This is also CONTRA COSTA ONLY per the County website.

Governor (Contra Costa Only)
Jerry Brown – 66.96%
Tim Donnelly – 11.90%
Neal Kashkari – 9.86%

Governor’s Race Statewide:
Jerry Brown – 54.5%
Neel Kashkari – 19%
Tim Donnelly – 14.8%

Lieutenant Governor
Gavin Newsom – 61.1%
Ron Nehring – 17.32%

Statewide Results
Gavin Newsome – 49.9%
Ron Nehring – 23.2

Secretary of State
Alex Padilla – 33.43%
Pete Peterson – 24.57%

Statewide Results
Alex Padilla – 30.1%
Pete Peterson – 29.6%

Controller
Betty T Yee – 25.92%
John A Perez – 25.54%
David Evans – 23.42%
Ashley Swearengin- 12.61%

Statewide Results
Ashley Swearengin – 24.4%
John A Perez – 21.7%
David Evans – 21.6%
Betty T Yee – 21.5%

Treasure
John Chiang – 61.75%
Greg Conlon – 31.03%

Statewide Results
John Chiang – 55.1%
Greg Conlon – 38.4%

Attorney General
Kamala Harris – 62.56%
Ronald Gold – 10.30%
John Haggerty – 7.94%
David King – 7.80%
Phil Wyman – 6.47%

Statewide Results
Kamala Harris – 53.1%
Ronald Gold – 12.7%
Phil Wyman – 11.5%
David King – 8.9%
John Haggerty – 8.2%

Insurance Commissioner
Dave Jones – 62.09%
Ted Gains – 32.98%

Board of Equalization (District 2)
Fiona Ma – 65.41%
James Theis – 34.22%

US Representative (5th District)
Mike Thompson – 79.58%
Douglas Van Raam – 10.65%
James Hinton – 9.21%

District Wide Results
Mike Thompson – 80.5%
Jason Hinton – 11.5%
Douglas Van Raam – 8.4%

US Representative (9th District)
Jerry McNerney – 54.89%
Tony Amador – 21.39%
Steve Colangelo – 18.12%

District Wide Results
Jerry McNerney -50.4%
Tony Amador – 25.2%
Steve Colangelo – 18.1%
Karen Davis – 6.2%

US Representative (11th District)
Mark DeSaulnier – 58.88%
Tue Phan – 27.69%

District Wide Results
Mark DeSaulnier – 59.1%
Tue Phan – 27.8

US Representative (15th District)
Eric Swalwell – 46.78%
Hugh Bussell – 34.09%
Ellen Corbett – 18.92%

State Assembly (11th District)
Jim Frazier – 62.90%
Alex Henthorn – 36.78%

District Wide Results
Jim Frazier – 60.8%
Alex Henthorn – 39.2%

State Assembly (14th District)
Susan Bonilla – 94.72%

State Assembly (15th District)
Elizabeth Echols – 25.82%
Tony Thurmond – 24.79%
Pamela Price – 19.33%
Rich Kinney – 15.39%

State Assembly (16th District)
Catharine Baker – 35.73%
Steve Glazer – 27.12%
Tim Sbranti – 22.89%

District Wide Results
Catharine Baker – 36.5%
Tim Sbranti – 29.6%
Steve Glazer – 22.5%

State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tom Torlakson – 67.32%
Marshall Tuck – 18.40%
Lydia Gutierrez – 13.87%

Statewide Results
Tom Torlakson – 46.9%
Marshall Tuck – 28.6%
Lydia Gutierrez – 24.4%

Contra Costa County Superintendent of Schools
Karen Sakata – 60.32%
Linda Delehunt – 39.04%

Contra Costa County (Unopposed Races)
Supervisor 1st District – John Gioia – 97.50%
Supervisor 4th District – Karen Mitchoff – 97.74%
Assessor – Gus Kramer – 98.18%
Clerk Recorder – Joseph Canciamilla – 98.70%
District Attorney – Mark Peterson – 98.65%
Sheriff Coroner – David Livingston – 98.79%
Treasure-Tax Collector – Russell V. Watts – 98.91%

Contra Costa County Auditor Controller
Robert Campbell – 78.44%
Ayore Riaunda – 21.19%

41- Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention
Yes – 62.43%
No – 37.56%

42 – Public Records, Open Meetings, State Reimbursement to Local Agencies
Yes – 61.83%
No – 38.17%

Bond Measure E – Contra Costa Community College District
Yes – 56.69%
No – 43.31%

Source:
http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/CA/Contra_Costa/51632/132029/Web01/en/summary.html

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  1. What a joke to increase taxes for the CCCCD. If they want more money how about they get it from the people that will be using the facilities.

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