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Updated: Nov. 8 Contra Costa County Election Results

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Contra Costa County released initial unofficial election results just after 8:00 pm Thursday. These results are the vote by mail ballots and persons early votes from prior to election day.

The second report, with results from the polls, will be issued at approximately 9:30 pm with subsequent updates approximately every hour until all poll precincts have reported. The final unofficial election night report is expected to be issued by 1:00 am.

The first interim report will be posted by 5:00 pm on Thursday, November 10, and the second interim report will be posted by 5:00 pm on Friday, November 18. Additional results will be posted each Friday afternoon up until certification which is expected to be December 2. All results remain unofficial until certification.

Note – these are partial results, check back on eastcountytoday.net for full results later in the evening.

Results as of Thursday, November 10, 2022, 3:48:42 PM

For full results via Contra Costa County – click here

Contra Costa County Board of Supervisor, District 4

  • Ken Carlson – 54.78%
  • Debora Allen – 45.22%

Clerk Recorder

  • Kristin Connelly – 53.94%
  • Vicki Gordon – 46.06%

City Council

Antioch City Council District 1

  • Joyann E Motts – 35.27% (1,099)
  • Diane Gibson-Gray – 32.41% (1,007)
  • Tamisha Torres-Walker – 32.32% (1,010)

Antioch City Council District 4

  • Monica E Wilson – 35.63% (1,792)
  • Lori Ogorchock – 29.73% (1,495)
  • Shawn Pickett -18.11 (911)
  • Sandra White -16.52% (831)

Brentwood City Council, District 2

  • Patanisha Davis Pierson – 37.41% (1,090)
  • Sinziana Todor – 28.93% (843)
  • Mark Duke – 20.66% (602)
  • Brayden Haena – 13.04% (379)

Brentwood City Council, District 4:

  • Anthony Oerlemans – 53.24%
  • Holley Bishop-Lopez -27.49%
  • Jacob Singh – 19.27%

City of Clayton (2)

  • Jeff Wan – 30.75%
  • Bridget Billeter -24.51%
  • Kim Trupiano – 22.49%
  • Ed Miller –22.25%

City of Concord – District 1

  • Laura Hoffmeister – 44.73%
  • Robert Ring – 33.36%
  • Quinne Anderson -21.91%

City of Concord – District 3

  • Dominic Aliano –100%

City of Concord – District 5

  • Laura Nakamura – 55.49%
  • Tim McGallian – 44.51%

Discovery Bay Community Services Director (3)

  • Ashley Porter -29.05% (2,542)
  • Byron Gutow -26.77% (2,342)
  • Kevin Graves – 26.26% (2,298)
  • Leonard Woren -17.92% (1,568)

City of El Cerrito (2)

  • Carolyn Wysinger – 37.12%
  • Gabriel Quinto – 35.95%
  • Vanessa Warheit – 26.94%

City of Hercules (2)

  • Dion Bailey – 41.90%
  • Chris Kelley – 31.44%
  • Pamela Vargas – 16.14%
  • William Henderson – 10.52%

City of Martinez – Mayor

  • Brianne Zorn – 23.97% (2,940)
  • Sean Trambley – 22.97% (2,818)
  • Lara Delaney – 22.82% (2,799)
  • Mike Menesini – 13.26% (1,626)
  • Mark Ross –11.54% (1,415)
  • Michael Ayers – 5.45% (668)

City of Martinez – District 1

  • Jay Howard – 58.06%
  • Nakenya Allen – 41.94%

City of Martinez – District 4

  • Debbie McKillop – 50.53% (1,723)
  • Ben Therriault – 49.47% (1,687)

Town of Moraga (full term) (2)

  • Steve Woehleke – 51.76%
  • Kerry Hillis – 48.24%

Town of Moraga – Short term (1)

  • David Shapiro – 73.13%
  • Kendal Langan – 26.87%

City of Oakley – District 2

  • Hugh Henderson – 54.51% (743)
  • Shelly Fitzgerald – 45.49% (620)

City of Oakley – District 4

  • Shannon Shaw – 89.76%
  • Adam Michael Gerhart – 10.24%

City of Orinda (3)

  • Latika Malkani – 23.04%
  • Brandyn Iverson – 19.71%
  • Janet Riley – 19.60%
  • Alex Drexel – 14.84%
  • Stuart House – 13.77%
  • Sunil Rajaraman – 9.03%

City of Pinole (3)

  • Cameron Sasai – 19.06%
  • Anthony Tave – 18.86%
  • Norma Martinez-Rubin – 15.42%
  • Debbie Long – 15.07%
  • Justin Martinez – 14.05%
  • Peter Murray – 12.67%
  • Rafael Menis – 4.87%

City of Pittsburg (3)

  • Shannel Scales-Preston – 26.40% (6,163)
  • Dionne Adams – 23.34% (5,449)
  • Angelica Lopez –20.81% (4,858)
  • Wolf Croskey – 17.30% (4,039)
  • Sonja Shephard – 12.11% (2,827)
  • Iveline D Popova – 0.06% (13)

City of Pleasant Hill (2)

  • Sue Noack – 29.85%
  • Zac Shess –25.69%
  • Zhanna Thompson – 17.77%
  • Bill Bankert –14.22%
  • Daniel Rodriguez – 7.59%
  • Andrei Obolenskiy  4.88%

City of Richmond – Mayor

  • Eduardo Martinez –37.16%
  • Shawn Dunning – 30.09%
  • Nathaniel Bates – 28.77%
  • Mark Wassberg – 3.99%

City of Richmond – District 2

  • Andrew Butt – 51.32%
  • Cesar Zepeda – 48.68%

City of Richmond – District 3

  • Doria Robinson – 37.64%
  • Courtland Booze – 32.00%
  • Oscar Gacia –30.36%

City of Richmond – District 4

  • Soheila Bana – 68.47%
  • Jamin Pursell -31.53%

City of San Ramon – Mayor

  • David Hudson – 50.28%
  • Sabina Zafar – 27.07%
  • Dinesh Govindarao – 22.64%

City of San Ramon – District 2 

  • Mark Armstrong – 59.75%
  • Sara Lashanlo – 40.25%

City of San Ramon – District 4

  • Marisol Rubio – 62.95%
  • Heidi Kenniston-Lee – 37.05%

City of Walnut Creek (2)

  • Matt Francois – 36.59%
  • Cindy Eisley Silva –33.36%
  • Laura Patch –17.34%
  • Brian O’Toole – 12.71%

School Districts

Antioch Unified School District, Area 5

  • Mary Rocha – 57.79%
  • Domique King – 42.21%

Contra Costa County Board of Education, District 2

  • Sarah Butler – 50.35%
  • Lisa Disbrow – 27.47%
  • Rupy Krishnan – 22.18%

Contra Costa County Board of Education, District 4

  • Michael Maxwell – 42.32%
  • Cheri Calcagno –30.77%
  • Anaitte Letona – 26.90%

Contra Costa County Board of Education, District 5

  • Annette Lewis – 43.44%
  • Justin Brown – 36.66%
  • Derek Carson, II – 19.90%

Liberty Union High School District – Area 3 (1)

  • Susan Wallace – 57.86%
  • Kristen Romano – 25.51%
  • Dante Ross -16.63%

Liberty Union High School District – Area 4 (1)

  • Sandy McCaslin – 69.88%
  • Darlene Weaver -30.12%

Martinez Unified School District

  • Yazmin Llamas – 58.47%
  • Marcy Leboeuf – 41.53%

Mt. Diablo Unified School District, Area 1

  • Debra Mason – 50.45%
  • Anthony Fardella -30.93%
  • Jeanette Green – 18.62%

Mt. Diablo Unified School District Area 4

  • Cherise Marie Khaund – 69.67%
  • Herbert Lee – 30.33%

Pittsburg Unified School District (3)

  • Heliodoro Moreno, Jr. – 20.67% (3945)
  • Deshawn Woolridge – 20.38% (3,890)
  • Destiny Briscoe -19.34% (3,691)
  • Yesenia Roman – 14.10% (2,690)
  • Duane Smith – 13.91% (2,655)
  • Maria Bagley -11.59% (2,212)

Measures

Brentwood Measure Q

  • Yes – 64.29%
  • No – 35.71%

Knightsen Measure R

  • Yes – 60.95%
  • No – 39.05%

Martinez Unified School District Measure K (55%)

  • Yes – 51.51%
  • No – 48.49%

Pleasant Hill Measure M

  • Yes – 57.40%
  • No – 42.60%

City of Richmond – Measure P

  • Yes – 57.01%
  • No – 42.99%

Walnut Creek – Measure 0

  • Yes – 65.16%
  • No – 34.84%

Walnut Creek School District Measure J (55%)

  • Yes – 62.35%
  • No – 37.65%

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4 comments

Tobias Nov 9, 2022 - 7:42 am

Did I do something wrong with my ballot? I didn’t see anything to vote on for Antioch. Just general election stuff with the props and county people no Antioch city council. During the 2020 election I was able to vote for Antioch people but they weren’t in my ballot this time so what did I do wrong?

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Joshua Samuel Nov 10, 2022 - 4:59 pm

Antioch was broken into districts, your district will be voting in 2024 for City Council. Only District 1 and 4 was up for re-election this year.

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P McC Nov 10, 2022 - 7:50 pm

Not every district had a candidate running.

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Tim Nov 10, 2022 - 10:59 pm

Does Lori Ogorchock serve the rest of her term in what was her district?

Also, does this mean the Tamisha Walker era as a council member in the city of Antioch will soon be over?

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