Government / Politics

2022 General Election: Unofficial updated results

Gonzalez, Morales retain seats; Casey wins Hollister mayoral race, and Zanger poised to be new county supervisor.

Editor’s note: This article will be updated as results are updated. Last update was Nov. 23at 5:57 p.m. 

The following results of the Nov.8 primary election are from the San Benito County Registrar of Voters. More detailed information can be found here.

To see if your ballot has been counted, please visit WheresMyBallot.  The San Benito County Elections Department notes that if WheresMyBallot does not show your ballot as counted, it may only mean that it has not been processed yet. According to the elections website, 41 of 44 precincts are reported.

Results in state and congressional races are from the California Secretary of State’s Office and can be found here.

According to the Secretary of State website, county election departments must report final official results to the state by Dec. 9.  The Secretary of State has until Dec. 16 to certify the results.

 

Governor

  • Brian Dahle (R): 4,072,537 (40.7%)
  • Gavin Newsom (D): 5,940,599 (59.3%)

Secretary of State

  • Robert Bernosky (R): 3,931,901 (39.9%)
  • Shirley Weber (D): 5,928,426 (60.1%)

Congressional District 18

  • Peter Hernandez (R): 50,835 (34.3%)
  • Zoe Lofgren (D): 97,418 (65.7%)

Assembly District 29

  • Stephanie Castro (R): 35,537 (36.3%)
  • Robert Rivas (D): 62,472 (63.7%)

San Benito County Board of Supervisors District 1

  • Betsy Dirks: 2,216 (48.28%)
  • Dom Zanger: 2,374 (51.72%)

Hollister Mayor

  • Mia Casey: 6,067 (58.33%)
  • Ignacio Velazquez: 4,335 (41.67%)

Hollister City Council District 2

  • Hani Mayzouni: 320 (15.7%)
  • Sergio Montanez: 178 (8.73%)
  • Rolan Resendiz: 983 (48.23%)
  • Celeste Toledo-Bocanegra: 557 (27.33%)

Hollister City Council District 3

  • Dolores Morales: 1,267 (56.47%)
  • Rosalinda Sanchez: 1,131 (43.53%)

San Juan Bautista City Council

  • Jose Aranda: 350 (19.60%)
  • Steve Harris: 317 (17.75%)
  • Leslie Jordan: 372 (20.83%)
  • Jackie Morris-Lopez: 396 (22.17%)
  • Edwin Sabathia: 351 (19.65%)

Gavilan Joint Community College District

  • Irma Gonzalez: 5,940 (70.2%)
  • Jose Martinez-Saldana: 2,522 (29.8%)

Jefferson School District

  • April Reyes: 14 (24.14%)
  • Amy Strohn: 44 (75.86%)

San Benito County Water District Division 1

  • Keith Snow: 1,338 (36.7%)
  • Mark Wright: 2,308 (63.3%)

San Benito County Water District Division 4

  • Robert Gilchrist Huenemann: 2,022 (46.53%)
  • Douglas Williams: 2,324 (53.47%)

Measure P (Board of Supervisors term limits)

  • Yes: 14,710 (77.3%)
  • No: 4,319 (22.7%)

Measure Q (remove nodes/voter approval of zone changes)

  • Yes: 8,443 (43.91%)
  • No: 10,787 (56.09%)

Measure R (Buffer around Trical)

  • Yes: 6,856 (35.9%)
  • No: 12,244 (64.1%)

Measure S (Hollister City Council term limits)

  • Yes: 7,431 (71.07%)
  • No: 3,025 (28.93%)

Measure T (Motorcycle rally annually?)

  • Yes: 6,672 (63.03%)
  • No: 3,914 (36.97%)

Measure U (Motorcycle rally over a week?)

  • Yes: 4,480 (42.52%)
  • No: 6,056 (57.48%)

Measure V (SJB City Treasurer be appointive?)

  • Yes: 444 (56.2%)
  • No: 346 (43.8%)

Measure W (SJB City Clerk be appointive?)

  • Yes: 455 (57.81%)
  • No: 332 (42.19%)

Measure X (Coalinga-Huron Joint Unified School District bond)

  • Yes: 0
  • No: 1 (100%)

BenitoLink Staff