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Election 2018: June 5 Primary Results

Initial results of the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election.
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Last updated Friday, July 6 at 11:50 a.m.

The following local results of the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election are from the San Benito County Registrar of Voters and can be seen here: http://sbcvote.us/registrar-of-voters/results-june-2018/

Results at the state level are from the California Secretary of State’s office and can be seen here: https://vote.sos.ca.gov

LOCAL

Precincts Reported: 31 of 31 (100 percent)

Ballots Cast: 12,587 of 28,774 (43.74 percent)

 

San Benito County Supervisor District 3

Patricia Loe: 41.24 percent with 840 votes

Peter D. Hernandez, Jr: 35.79 percent with 729 votes

Richard A. Perez Sr: 22.97 percent with 468 votes

San Benito County Supervisor District 4

Jim Gillio: 43.76 percent with 1,472 votes

Jerry Muenzer: 21.40 percent with 720 votes

Rob Bernosky: 15.90 percent with 535 votes

Sandy P. Swint: 12.69 percent with 427 votes

Elia Salinas: 6.24 percent with 210 votes

San Benito County Sheriff/Coroner

Darren Thompson: 69.92 percent with 8,145 votes

Bill Hutchison: 30.08 percent with 3,504 votes

San Benito County Superior Court Judge 2

Gergory Michael LaForge: 27.68 percent with 3,168 votes

Jose “Omar” Rodriguez: 26.59 percent with 3,044 votes

Frances Henderson: 25.02 percent with 2,864 votes

Robert Michael Foley: 20.71 percent with 2,371 votes

San Benito County Treasurer-Tax Collector-Public Administrator

Melinda L. Casillas: 71.69 percent with 8,008 votes

Jaime De La Cruz: 28.31 percent with 3,163 votes

San Benito County District Attorney

Candice Hooper Mancino: 100 percent with 9,308 votes

San Benito County District Assessor

Tom Slavich: 100 percent with 9,586 votes

San Benito County Clerk/Auditor/Recorder

Joe Paul Gonzalez: 100 percent with 9,688 votes

San Benito County Superintendent of Schools

Krystal Kay Lomanto: 100 percent with 9,779 votes

Measure A

No: 54.18 percent with 6,306 votes

Yes: 45.82 percent with 5,333 votes

Measure B

Yes: 53.84 percent with 6,247 votes

No: 46.16 percent with 5,356 votes

Measure C

Yes: 57.89 percent with 2,979 votes

No: 42.11 percent with 2,167 votes

 

STATE

US Senate

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Dianne Feinstein (DEM): 44.2 percent with 2,945,177 votes

Kevin De Leon (DEM): 12.1 percent with 804,965 votes

James P Bradley (REP): 8.3 percent with 555,738 votes

US House of Representatives District 20

351 of 351 precincts reported (100 percent)

Douglas Deitch (DEM): 3.9 percent with 4,956 votes

Jimmy Panetta (DEM): 80.7 percent with 102,828 votes

Ronald Paul Kabat (NPP): 15.4 percent with 19,657 votes

State Senator District 12

599 of 599 precincts reported (100 percent)

Anna Caballero (DEM): 43.3 percent with 46,970 votes

Daniel Parra (DEM): 8.1 percent with 8,740 votes

Rob Poythress (REP): 26.3 percent with 28,512 votes

Jonny Tacherra (REP): 22.2 percent with 24,088 votes

State Assembly District 30

220 of 220 precincts reported (100 percent)

Trina Coffman-Gomez (DEM): 7.5 percent with 5,003 votes

Peter Leroe-Muñoz (DEM): 10.6 percent with 7,099 votes

Bill Lipe (DEM): 6.3 percent with 4,217 votes

Robert Rivas (DEM): 45.5 percent with 30,379 votes

Neil G. Kitchens (REP): 30.1 percent with 20,099 votes

Governor

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Gavin Newsom (DEM): 33.7 percent with 2,341,815 votes

John H. Cox (REP): 25.4 percent with 1,764,919 votes

Antonio Villaraigosa (DEM): 13.3 percent with 926,018 votes

Travis Allen (REP): 9.4 percent with 657,147 votes

John Chiang (DEM): 9.4 percent with 655,590 votes

Lieutenant Governor

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Eleni Kounalakis (DEM): 24.2 percent with 1,586,576 votes

Ed Hernandez (DEM): 20.6 percent with 1,346,848 votes

Cole Harris (REP): 17.5 percent with 1,142,957 votes

Jeff Bleich (DEM): 9.9 percent with 647,335 votes

David Fennell (REP): 7.9 percent with 515,347 votes

Secretary of State

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Alex Padilla (DEM): 52.9 percent with 3,497,823 votes

Mark P. Meuser (REP): 30.2 percent with 1,992,914 votes

Controller

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Betty T. Yee (DEM): 62.1 percent with 4,030,136 votes

Konstantinos Roditis (REP): 33.9 percent with 2,198,777 votes

Mary Lou Finley (P&F): 4 percent with 261,573 votes

Treasurer

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Fiona Ma (DEM): 44.5 percent with 2,898,389 votes

Greg Conlon (REP): 20.8 percent with 1,356,535 votes

Jack M Guerrero (REP): 19.3 percent with 1,256,007 votes

Vivek Viswanathan (DEM): 13 percent with 847,342 votes

Kevin Akin (P&F): 2.3 percent with 148,118 votes

Attorney General

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Xavier Becerra (DEM): 45.8 percent with 3,022,467 votes

Steven C Bailey (REP): 24.5 percent with 1,614,150 votes

Eric Early (REP): 14.3 percent with 942,308 votes

Dave Jones (DEM): 15.4 percent with 1,016,556 votes

Insurance Commissioner

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Steve Poizner (NPP): 41 percent with 2,566,849 votes

Ricardo Lara (DEM): 40.5 percent with 2,536,923 votes

Asif Mahmood (DEM): 13.5 percent with 845,113 votes

Nathalie Hrizi (P&F): 5 percent with 315,828 votes

Board of Equalization District 2

6,284 of 6,284 precincts reported (100 percent)

Malia Cohen (DEM): 38.6 percent with 719,446 votes

Mark Burns (REP): 26.8 percent with 499,736 votes

Cathleen Galgiani (DEM): 25.4 percent with 472,531 votes

Barry Chang (DEM): 9.2 percent with 170,711 votes

Superintendent of Public Instruction

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Marshall Tuck: 37 percent with 2,221,908 votes

Tony K. Thurmond: 35.6 percent with 2,135,591 votes

Lily (Espinoza) Ploski: 16.4 percent with 984,039 votes

Steven Ireland: 11 percent with 658,037 votes

Prop 68

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Yes: 57.6 percent with 3,455,226 votes

No: 42.4 percent with 2,544,854 votes

Prop 69

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Yes: 81.3 percent with 4,886,924 votes

No: 18.7 percent with 1,121,924 votes

Prop 70

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Yes: 35 percent with 2,017,549 votes

No: 65 percent with 3,746,434 votes

Prop 71

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Yes: 77.8 percent with 4,527,073 votes

No: 22.2 percent with 1,288,385 votes

Prop 72

21,487 of 21,487 precincts reported (100 percent)

Yes: 84.2 percent with 4,979,651 votes

No: 15.8 percent with 932,263 votes

 

 

BenitoLink Staff