Updated: June 5 Primary Election Results

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Here is a list of election results for the June 5, 2018 California Primary. This is the first release of results and will update as more updated information is made available.

According to Contra Costa County Elections numbers, just 20.74% of registered voters actually voted in the primary.

Results as of 6:50 am Wednesday

US State Senator (Top 3 only)

  • 43.8% – Dianne Feinstein
  • 11.3% – Kevin de Leon
  • 8.8% – James Bradley

US Congress, District 5

  • 79.1% – Mike Thompson
  • 9.3% – Anthony Mills
  • 8.2% – Nils Palsson
  • 3.4% – Jason Kishineff

US Congress, District 9

  • 53.1% – Jerry McNerney
  • 41.1% – Marla Livengood
  • 5.8% – Mike A. Tsarnas

US Congress, District 11

  • 66.9% – Mark DeSaulnier
  • 24.8% – John Fitzgerald
  • 5.1% – Dennis Lytton
  • 3.1% – Chris Wood

US Congress, District 15

  • 68.8% – Eric Swalwell
  • 28.0% – Rudy L Peters, Jr
  • 3.2% – Brendan St. John

California Governor (Top 6 only)

  • 33.4% – Gavin Newsom
  • 26.2% – John Cox
  • 13.5% – Antonio Villaraigosa
  • 9.7% Travis Allen
  • 9.0% – John Chiang
  • 2.9% – Delaine Eastin

Lieutenant Governor (Top 4 only)

  • 23.5% – Eleni Kounalakis
  • 20.8 – Ed Hernandez
  • 18.3% – Cole Harris
  • 9.3% – Jeff Bleich

California Secretary of State (Top 4 only)

  • 51.4% – Alex Padilla
  • 32.0-% – Mark Meuser
  • 5.3% – Raul Rodriguez
  • 5.2% – Ruben Major

California State Controller

  • 60.9% – Betty Yee
  • 35.0% – Konstantinos Roditis
  • 4.1% – Mary Lou Finley

California State Treasurer

  • 43.2% – Fiona Ma
  • 22.0% – Greg Conlon
  • 19.8% – Jack M. Guerrero
  • 12.8% – Vivek Viswanathan
  • 2.2% – Kevin Akin

California Attorney General

  • 45.3% – Xavier Becerra
  • 25.3% – Steven C Bailey
  • 14.9% – Eric Early
  • 14.5% – Dave Jones

State Assembly District 11

  • 47.9% – Jim Frazier
  • 38.6% – Lisa Romero
  • 13.5% – Diane Stewart

State Assembly District 15 (Top 4 only)

  • 31.1% – Buffy Wicks
  • 14.9% – Dan Kalb
  • 14.6% – Rudy Appel
  • 11.6% – Jovanka Beckles

State Assembly District 16

  • 58.2% – Catharine Baker
  • 41.8% – Rebecca Bauer-Kahan

 

Contra Costa County Board of Supervisor, District 1

  • 98.70 % – John Gioia
  • 1.30 % – Unopposed

 

Contra Costa County Board of Supervisor, District 4

  • 73.28% – Karen Mitchoff
  • 26.34% – Harmesh Kumar

 

Contra Costa County Auditor-Controller

  • 79.84% – Robert Campbell
  • 19.88% – Ayore Riaunda

 

Contra Costa County District Attorney

  • 49.59% – Diana Becton
  • 42.06% – Paul Graves
  • 8.02% – Lawrence Steven Strauss

 

Measure RM3 – Regional Measure 3 (Bay Area Traffic Relief Plan)

  • Yes –
  • No –

State Insurance Commissioner

  • 41.3% – Steve Poizner
  • 40.6% – Ricardo Lara
  • 13.0% – Asif Mahmood
  • 5.1% – Nathalie Hrizi

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

  • 37.1% – Marshall Tuck
  • 34.3% – Tony K. Thurmond
  • 16.9% – Lilly Ploski
  • 11.7% – Steven Ireland

 

Contra Costa County Superintendent of Schools

  • 45.13% – Lynn Mackey
  • 30.43% – Cheryl Hansen
  • 24.12% – Ron Leone

State Ballot

  • Prop 68 – Natural Resource Bond – Yes (56.0%)
    Prop 69 – Transportation Revenue Restrictions Yes (80.4%)
  • Prop 70 – Greenhouse Gas Reduction Reservce Fund – No (63.6%)
  • Prop 71 – Ballot Measures Effective Date – Yes (76.8%)
  • Prop 72 – Rain Capture – Yes (83.3%).

Check back for more election results


19 COMMENTS

  1. The voter turnout number is PATHETIC … No excuse for not voting. Don’t post your lame excuses about “no viable candidates” … “my vote don’t count” … “yadda yadda yadda” … , etc. etc. etc.

    • That is how this state is, CRAP. I WILL NOT EVER VOTE BECAUSE ITS A WASTE OF TIME, GOVT WILL PASS WHAT THEY WANT WITHOUT OUR APPROVAL, SO ITS POINTLESS. They change laws to give them more money, i just bend over and pay my taxes and shut up, because its useless to try to change. Probably will move out of state soon.

    • The State is so unethical and crooked that it’s really pointless. Even if absolutely no one voted the Dems would still win.

  2. This result shows that Californians do not want change. So much complaints, but every time they keep re-electing the same scammers.

    • Or worse …. Not voting at all, then having protests about a month or so after the election when they are not happy about the turnout. Like a protest will change things — idiots.

    • Isn’t that the definition of insanity when one keeps doing the same thing, with the same information expecting a different outcome each time ? haha

    • Hope she doesn’t win! It would be a total disaster for this county is she did. You’d see crime rising like you wouldn’t know what hit you. This woman must be stopped!

  3. Looking at the names on top, California will remain the highest taxed state. These same people who tell you what you want to hear for a vote but never do anything for the voters afterwards. Our schools are ranked 45th. With our economy suppposidly 6th in the world means something’s wrong at the leadership level. I guess we deserve highest gas price, highest taxes, longest commute, and suing ourselves to break federal laws. You would think we are smarter than that. See ya in Fresno , I’m taking the bullet train south to see where the tunnels are taking our water.

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