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Election Update #3: Contra Costa Election Results for City Council, School Districts, Special Districts

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On November 13, Contra Costa County issued its latest semi-official release of election results which include Measure X, Mayor Races, City Council, School Districts and special districts.

In Antioch, it appears Tamisha Walker will win the Antioch City Council District 1 race as she increased her lead over Joy Motts. Walker now holds a 194 vote lead. Motts has already issued a congratulations note to Walker.

The Antioch City Clerk and City Treasurer races remain close.  Ellie Householder remains ahead of Arne Simonsen for the City Clerk position by just 34 votes. In the City Treasurer race, Jim Davis maintains a lead over Lauren Posada by 52 votes.

No changes in Brentwood as Joel Bryant is set to take over the Mayors seat that has been held by Bob Taylor for four terms. Jovita Mendoza (District 1) and Susannah Meyer (District 3) are headed to victory in their respective races.

In Oakley, residents apparently were not happy with the direction and will have three brand new councilmembers in Aaron Meadows, Anissa Williams and George Fuller.

In Pittsburg, Juan Antonio Baneles and Jelani Killings cruised to victory in their bid for re-election.

Per the county, they estimate 10,000 ballots are still to be processed which included 5,000 vote by mail and polls, 2,500 provisional, and 2,500 conditional voter registration.

Note: This is not the full results, but rather a highlighted list of local races applicable to East Contra Costa County. Full Results, click here.

Results reported as Nov. 13 at 3:43 pm. Next Update is Friday

 

 Contra Costa County Measure X

  • Yes – 58.21% (314,575)
  • No – 41.79% (226,538)

 

Contra Costa County Supervisor, District 5

  • Federal Glover – 66.18%
  • Gus Kramer – 33.82%

 

Antioch Mayor

  • Lamar Thorpe – 44.48% (19,419)
  • Sean Wright – 34.00% (14,843)
  • Julio Mendez – 9.81%
  • Gabriel Makinano – 8.34%
  • Rakesh Kumar Christian – 3.37%

 

Antioch City Council – District 1 (2 year term) (Map)

  • Tamisha Walker – 36.09% (2,801)
  • Joyann Motts – 33.59% (2,607)
  • Manuel Soliz – 30.32% (2,353)

 

Antioch City Council – District 2 (Map)

  • Mike Barbanica – 55.29% (5,373)
  • Tony Tiscareno – 46.71% (4,709)

 

Antioch City Council – District 3 (Map)

  • Lori Ogorchock – 34.33% (4,438)
  • Nicole Gardner – 30.00% (3,879)
  • Marie Arce – 19.86%
  • Antwon Webster – 15.80%

 

Antioch City Council – District 4 (2-year term) (Map)

  • Monica Wilson – 55.10%
  • Sandra White – 27.70%
  • Alex Astorga – 17.21%

 

City Clerk

  • Ellie Householder – 39.18% (16,370)
  • Arne Simonsen – 39.10% (16,336)
  • Dwayne Eubanks – 21.71% (9,071)

 

 

Antioch City Treasurer

  • James Davis – 50.06% (20,746)
  • Lauren Posada – 49.94% (20,694)

 

Brentwood Mayor

  • Joel Bryant – 29.39 (9,095)
  • Karen Rarey – 27.54% (8,524)
  • Paul La Follette – 14.74%
  • Ryan Raimondi – 11.51%
  • Edward Schuck – 10.14%
  • Steve Young – 5.43%
  • Brian Carleton – 1.25%

 

Brentwood City Council – District 1 (Map)

  • Jovita Mendoza – 28.87% (1,856)
  • Faye Maloney – 25.69% (1,653)
  • Brian Swisher – 24.27% (1,550)
  • Claudette Staton – 21.14% (1,359)

 

Brentwood City Council – District 3 (Map)

  • Susannah Meyer – 44.38%
  • Indrani Golden – 30.05%
  • Olga Vidriales – 25.57%

 

Clayton City Council (3 seats)

  • James Diaz, Sr – 19.38% (3,645)
  • Peter Cloven – 18.19% (3,421)
  • Letecia “Holly” Tillman – 17.20% (3,234)
  • Frank Gavidia – 15.65%
  • Glenn Miller – 15.00%
  • Tuija Catalano – 14.58%

 

City of Concord – District 2 (Map)

  • Carlyn Obringer – 43.91%
  • Hope Johnson – 25.18%
  • Harmesh Kumar – 16.10%
  • Tristan Piper – 8.50%
  • Paul Wood – 6.31%

  

Danville City Council (3 seats)

  • Newell Arnerich – 21.86%
  • Rene Morgan – 20.06%
  • Dave Fong – 16.23%
  • Turner Stanton – 13.36%
  • PJ Shelton – 6.41%
  • Kevin Traylor – 6.40%
  • Allen Timmons – 5.78%
  • Mohamed Elsherbini – 5.22%
  • Nasser Mirzai – 4.69%

 

 

Lafayette City Council (3 seats)

  • Cameron Burks – 28.60%
  • Carl Anduri – 28.22%
  • Gina Dawson – 26.36%
  • Farschad Farzan – 16.82%

 

City of Martinez – District 2 (Map)

  • Mark Ross – 39.46% (1,984)
  • Danial Leahy – 37.05% (1,863)
  • Alicia Rain Marazzani – 23.49% (1,181)

 

City of Martinez – District 3 (Map)

  • Brianne Zorn – 51.54% (2,315)
  • Noralea Gipner – 48.46% (2,177)

 

Moraga City Council (3 seats)

  • Renata Sos – 26.62% (5,965)
  • David Stromberg – 26.38% (5,911)
  • Teresa Onoda – 22.61% (5,067)
  • Kendall Langan – 19.30%
  • Ursula Schilling – 5.08%

 

Oakley City Council (3 seats)

  • Aaron Meadows – 19.18% (8,654)
  • Anissa Williams – 17.04% (7,691)
  • George Fuller – 16.71% (7,538)
  • Claire Alaura – 15.69% (7,081)
  • Conan Moats – 12.48% (5,633)
  • Kevin Romick – 11.43% (5,159)
  • Oleksii Chuiko – 7.46% (3,366)

 

Orinda City Council (2 seats)

  • Inga Miller – 34.52%
  • Darlene Gee – 34.42%
  • Latika Malkani – 31.05%

  

Pittsburg City Council (2 seats)

  • Juan Antonio Banales – 36.39%
  • Jelani Killings –31.56%
  • Natisa Dill – 20.01%
  • Frank Aiello – 11.04%

  

Walnut Creek City Council (3 seats)

  • Kevin Wilk – 20.37% (20,868)
  • Cindy Darling – 19.81% (20,287)
  • Loella Haskew – 15.82% (16,200)
  • Kurtis Reese – 15.19% (15,557)
  • Justin Wedel – 12.21% (12,505)
  • Michael Samon – 7.27%
  • Hailey Ayres – 4.88%
  • Lauren Talbert – 4.45%

 

 

Antioch Unified School District

  • Area 1

o    Antonio Hernandez – 38.65%

o    Diane Gibson-Gray – 29.21%

o    Alexis Medina – 18.11%

o    George Young III – 14.02%

  • Area 3

o    Clyde Lewis – 47.20%

o    Crystal Sawyer-White – 31.24%

o    Ken Turnage II – 21.56%

 

Brentwood Union School District (2 seats)

  • Stephanie Williams-Rogers – 31.50% (15,651)
  • Thuy Daojensen – 23.98% (11,917)
  • Blythe Lind – 23.88% (11,864)
  • Carlos Sanabria – 20.64% (10,257)

 

Contra Costa County Board of Education

  • Area 1, Governing Board Member

o    Consuelo Lara – 50.13% (41,021)

o    Fatima Alleyne – 49.87% (40,804)

  • Area 3, Governing Board Member

o    Anamaria Farias – 53.15%

o    Vicki Chavez – 46.85%

 

Contra Costa Community College District

  • Ward 2, 1 Governing Board Member

o    Judy Walters – 49.48%

o    Vicki Gordon – 36.02%

o    John Michaelson – 14.50%

  • Ward 5, 1 Governing Board Member

o    Fernando Sandoval – 55.77%

o    Greg Enholm – 44.23%

  

Knightsen Elementary School District (3 Seats)

  • Thomas Baldocchi Jr – 26.88% (1,057)
  • Deborah Gold – 25.55% (1,005)
  • Delaura Pigati – 25.22% (992)
  • Jill Bowman – 22.35% (879)

 

Liberty Union High School District (2 seats)

  • Yolanda Mendrek – 30.07%
  • Tamela Hawley – 28.74%
  • Christina Dalton – 20.63%
  • Raymond Valverde – 20.55%

 

 

Pittsburg Unified School District (2 seats)

  • George Miller – 23.91%
  • Taylor Sims – 22.74%
  • Michael Orlando – 18.49%
  • Yesenia Roman – 18.18%
  • Heliodoro Moreno – 16.68%

 

 

Central Contra Costa Sanitary District (3 seats)

  • Tad Pilecki – 22.34%
  • Mariah Lauritzen – 20.12%
  • Barbara Hockett – 16.94%
  • James Nejedly – 16.43%
  • Paul Causey – 15.76%
  • Nathan Jaquez – 8.40%

 

Contra Costa Water District

  • Division 3, 1 Director

o    Ernesto Avila – 74.61%

o    Fadi Alabbas – 25.39%

  • Division 4, 1 Director

o    Antonio Martinez – 52.34%

o    Debra Vinson – 24.33%

o    Natisa Dill – 23.33%

 

 

Town of Discovery Bay Community Services District (2 seats)

  • Michael Callahan – 27.83% (3,941)
  • Carolyn Graham – 19.06% (2,699)
  • Kimberley Snowden -18.26% (2,585)
  • William Pease – 14.46% (2,047)
  • William Mayer – 13.32%
  • Stephanie Lease – 7.08%

 

East Contra Costa Fire Protection District (2 seats)

  • Joseph Young – 39.73%
  • Stephen (Steve) Smith – 37.50%
  • Benjamin Kellogg – 22.77%

 

Ironhouse Sanitary District (3 seats)

  • Lynnette (Dawn) Morrow – 26.21%
  • Angela Lowrey – 23.05%
  • Peter Zirkle – 17.60%
  • Doug Scheer – 17.10%
  • Joe Kovalick – 16.04%

  

San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District

  • District 1, 1 Director

o    Debora Allen – 63.87%

o    Jamie Salcido – 26.80%

o    Margaret Akin – 9.32%

  • District 7 (Shared with Alameda and San Francisco)

o    Lateefah Simon – 56.71%

o    Sharon Kidd – 43.29%

 

For full county election results, click here: https://www.cocovote.us/election-results-november-3-2020/

7 COMMENTS

  1. Well… Lamar Thorpe, Tamisha Walker, and Ellie Householder all hate the police. Can’t wait for the homeless to take over the city of Antioch. Fantastic!

    • Drug addicts are well on their way to a complete takeover judging from Buchanan/Gentrytown bike trail and other similar areas. The filth and trash are a disgusting health hazard and no one does anything about it. Good luck getting these types into a hotel. Found another vet in a safer area where people don’t get shot in the parking lot next door as well. I have no clue what to expect now. You can’t shop out here because they are all pyscho.

  2. Hopefully Thorpe, Tamisha, Householder, and Shagoofball go out on violent 911 calls so they can de-escalate with their half-ass explanations of “systemic racism”. They want Antioch to turn into a slum where everyone is equal! Equally poor is fine by them. Let’s give all the homeless our newly built homes yay! Lamar Thorpe is super qualified with his advanced degrees in Women’s Studies. What a disgrace to our beautiful city of Antioch.

    • “Women’s Studies?” Now, there’s a laugh for you! Almost as bad as “Ethnic Studies” which a bit lower than a BA in Basket Weaving which actually produces something tangible.

      Tamisha will probably matches and a gas-soaked rag with her to mollify the problem

    • I hope someone videotapes Lamar and “Tamisha” go to break up a domestic fight as they get between the two combatants. Should be great to watch. Hahahahahahaha!

  3. Keep counting! While I am not a fan of Motts, she’s far better than THE FIREBUG! She will never live down that name! I will wear my firefighters hat to the City Council meetings just to remind her! What a POS!

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