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Updated Election Results: Contra Costa County and State Races

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The following are the election results for the June 7 primary election for both Contra Costa County and statewide elections. The county has now released its fourth update Friday.

Contra Costa County voter turnout has increased from 17% to 26.44% with 186,754 ballots casts. There are 706,257 registered voters in the county.

Results updated as of 4:02 pm Friday, June 10

Supervisor, District 1

  • John Gioia -85.41%
  • Hulan Barnett Jr -14.59%

 

Supervisor, District 4

  • Ken Carlson – 27.13% (10,993)
  • Debora Allen -25.58% (10,366)
  • Carlyn Obringer -24.31% (9,854)
  • Roxanne Carrillo Garza – 13.99% (5,669)
  • Ed Birsan – 8.99% (3,645)

 

County Assessor

  • Gus Kramer – 56.50%
  • Floy Elizabeth Andrews – 43.50%

 

County Auditor

  • Robert Campbell – 100%

 

Clerk- Recorder

  • Kristin Braun Connelly – 34.60% (50,135)
  • Vicki Gordon -23.61% (34,208)
  • Devin T Murphy -21.38% (30,977)
  • Nick Spinner -20.41% (29,578)

 

District Attorney

  • Diana Becton -56.23% (93,909 votes)
  • Mary Knox – 43.99% (73,100 votes)

 

County Sheriff

  • David Livingston – 59.46% (97,449)
  • Benjamin Therriault – 40.54% (66,450)

 

County Treasurer-Tax Collector

  • Russell V Watts – 100%

 

Contra Costa County Measure G

Extension of the Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Program. Shall the measure extending the Contra Costa County Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Program and associated annual fee, at a rate of one dollar per vehicle registered in Contra Costa County and an additional two dollars for certain commercial vehicles registered in Contra Costa County, which is estimated to generate $1,100,000 annually for removing and disposing of abandoned and wrecked vehicles, until April 30, 2032, be adopted?

  • Yes – 68.11%
  • No – 31.89%

State Races

Governor (top 2 advance)

  • Gavin Newsom – 56.5%
  • Brian Dahle – 17.2%
  • Michael Shellenberger – 3.8%
  • Jenny Rae Le Roux – 3.6%
  • Anthony Trimino – 3.1%
  • No one else over 3%.

Lt. Governor

  • Eleni Kounalakis – 52.6%
  • Angela Jacobs – 19.8%
  • David Fennell – 13.4%

Secretary of State

  • Shriley Weber – 59.2%
  • Rob Bernosky – 19.2%
  • Rachel Hamm – 11.5%

Controller

  • Lanhee Chen – 36.8%
  • Malia Cohen – 21.7%
  • Tvonne Yiu – 15.7%
  • Steven Glazer – 11.6%
  • Ron Galperin – 10.6%

Treasurer

  • Fiona Ma – 57.8%
  • Jack Guerrero – 24.4%
  • Andrew Do – 17.6%

Attorney General

  • Rob Bonta – 54.7%
  • Nathan Hochman – 18.2%
  • Eric Early – 16.6%
  • Anne Marie Schubert – 7.7%
  • Dan Kapelovitz – 2.7%

Insurance Commissioner

  • Ricardo Lara – 36.7%
  • Robert Howell – 17.7%
  • Marc Levine – 17.5%
  • Greg Conlon – 16.4%

Superintendent of Public Instruction

  • Tony Thurmond – 46.2%
  • George Yang – 11.5% (434,941)
  • Ainye E Long – 11.3% (430,722)
  • Lance Christensen – 11.3% (430,034)

US Senate

  • Alex Padilla – 54.0%
  • Mark Meuser – 14.5%
  • Cordie Williams – 6.6%
  • Jon Elist – 4.3%

U.S. House of Representatives District 8

  • John Garamendi – 64.0
  • Rudy Recile – 20.8%
  • Chryl Sudduth – 9.2%

U.S. House of Representatives District 9

  • Josh Harder – 36.4%
  • Tom Patti – 29.4%
  • Jim Shoemaker – 14.6%

U.S. House of Representatives District 10

  • Mark DeSaulnier – 85.3%
  • Michael Kerr – 14.7%

State Assembly District 11

  • Lori D Wilson – 65.1%
  • Jenny Leilani Callison – 34.9%

State Assembly District 14

  • Buffy Wicks – 100%

State Assembly District 15

  • Tim Grayson – 68.9%
  • Janell Proctor – 31.1%

State Assembly District 16

  • Rebecca Bauer-Kahan – 67.0%
  • Joseph Rubay – 33.0%

For full election results from Contra Costa County, click here.

For full election results for State races, click here</

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1 comment

anon Jun 13, 2022 - 8:48 pm

how the hell is newsom elected again ? everything is rigged i give up

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