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Election 2018: Updated results for June 5 primary

Updated results for the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election.

The results were last updated Wednesday, June 20 at 5:09 p.m. The next update in results is expected Friday, June 22 after 6 p.m.

The San Benito County Registrar of Voters issued an updated ballot count Friday, June 8 for the Statewide Direct Primary Election that took place Tuesday, June 5.

More information on local results can be viewed here: http://sbcvote.us/registrar-of-voters/results-june-2018/

LOCAL

Ballots Cast: 12,381 of 28,774 (43.03 percent)

Total Unprocessed Ballots: 220 (more on unprocessed ballots can be viewed here: http://sbcvote.us/registrar-of-voters/unprocessed-ballot-reports/)

San Benito County Supervisor District 3

Patricia Loe: 41.38 percent with 833 votes

Peter D. Hernandez, Jr: 35.82 percent with 721 votes

Richard A. Perez Sr: 22.80 percent with 459 votes

San Benito County Supervisor District 4

Jim Gillio: 43.70 percent with 1,447 votes

Jerry Muenzer: 21.32 percent with 706 votes

Rob Bernosky: 16.01 percent with 530 votes

Sandy P. Swint: 12.78 percent with 423 votes

Elia Salinas: 6.19 percent with 205 votes

San Benito County Sheriff/Coroner

Darren Thompson: 70.11 percent with 8,007 votes

Bill Hutchison: 29.89 percent with 3,413 votes

San Benito County Superior Court Judge 2

Gergory Michael LaForge: 27.67 percent with 3,106 votes

Jose “Omar” Rodriguez: 26.56 percent with 2,981 votes

Frances Henderson:  25 percent with 2,806 votes

Robert Michael Foley: 20.78 percent with 2,332 votes

San Benito County Treasurer-Tax Collector-Public Administrator

Melinda L. Casillas: 71.80 percent with 7,864 votes

Jaime De La Cruz: 28.20 percent with 3,088 votes

San Benito County District Attorney

Candice Hooper Mancino: 100 percent with 9,127 votes

San Benito County District Assessor

Tom Slavich: 100 percent with 9,410 votes

San Benito County Clerk/Auditor/Recorder

Joe Paul Gonzalez: 100 percent with 9,504 votes

San Benito County Superintendent of Schools

Krystal Kay Lomanto: 99.99 percent with 9,580 votes

Write-In: 0.01 percent with 1 vote

Measure A (66.67 percent needed to pass)

No: 54.11 percent with 6,172 votes

Yes: 45.89 percent with 5,235 votes

Measure B (50 percent plus one to pass)

Yes: 53.8 percent with 6,127 votes

No: 46.14 percent with 5,249 votes

Measure C (50 percent plus one to pass)

Yes: 57.89 percent with 2,931 votes

No: 42.11 percent with 2,132 votes

 

STATE

Results at the state level are as current as Friday, June 15 at 6:05 p.m.

More information on state results can be viewed here: https://vote.sos.ca.gov

US Senate

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

Dianne Feinstein (DEM): 44.1 percent with 2,658,284 votes

Kevin De Leon (DEM): 11.9 percent with 715,543 votes

James P Bradley (REP): 8.5 percent with 512,163 votes

US House of Representatives District 20

351 of 351 precincts reported (100 percent)

Douglas Deitch (DEM): 3.7 percent with 4,262 votes

Jimmy Panetta (DEM): 80.7 percent with 91,935 votes

Ronald Paul Kabat (NPP): 15.5 percent with 17,655 votes

State Senator District 12

599 of 599 precincts reported (100 percent)

Anna Caballero (DEM): 43.4 percent with 41,552 votes

Daniel Parra (DEM): 8.0 percent with 7,605 votes

Rob Poythress (REP): 26.3 percent with 25,127 votes

Jonny Tacherra (REP): 22.3 percent with 21,353 votes

State Assembly District 30

220 of 220 precincts reported (100 percent)

Trina Coffman-Gomez (DEM): 7.4 percent with 4,517 votes

Peter Leroe-Muñoz (DEM): 10.7 percent with 6,521 votes

Bill Lipe (DEM): 6.2 percent with 3,782 votes

Robert Rivas (DEM): 44.9 percent with 27,282 votes

Neil G. Kitchens (REP): 30.7 percent with 18,649 votes

Governor

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

Gavin Newsom (DEM): 33.5 percent with 2,108,30 votes

John H. Cox (REP): 25.9 percent with 1,624,876 votes

Antonio Villaraigosa (DEM): 13.0 percent with 819,988 votes

Travis Allen (REP): 9.6 percent with 602,564 votes

John Chiang (DEM): 9.4 percent with 591,576 votes

Lieutenant Governor

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

Eleni Kounalakis (DEM): 24.0 percent with 1,421,338 votes

Ed Hernandez (DEM): 20.4 percent with 1,209,473 votes

Cole Harris (REP): 17.9 percent with 1,057,700 votes

Jeff Bleich (DEM): 9.8 percent with 580,086 votes

David Fennell (REP): 8.0 percent with 473,501 votes

Secretary of State

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

Alex Padilla (DEM): 52.2 percent with 3,118,128 votes

Mark P. Meuser (REP): 31.6 percent with 1,889,311 votes

Controller

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

Betty T. Yee (DEM): 61.7 percent with 3,617,520 votes

Konstantinos Roditis (REP): 34.4 percent with 2,020,544 votes

Mary Lou Finley (P&F): 3.9 percent with 229,331 votes

Treasurer

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

Fiona Ma (DEM): 44.1 percent with 2,595,588 votes

Greg Conlon (REP): 21.3 percent with 1,251,975 votes

Jack M Guerrero (REP): 19.5 percent with 1,146,624 votes

Vivek Viswanathan (DEM): 12.9 percent with 757,127 votes

Attorney General

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

Xavier Becerra (DEM): 45.3 percent with 2,699,943 votes

Steven C Bailey (REP): 24.8 percent with 1,480,670 votes

Eric Early (REP): 14.6 percent with 868,272 votes

Dave Jones (DEM): 15.3 percent with 913,856 votes

Insurance Commissioner

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

Steve Poizner (NPP): 41.7 percent with 2,360,886 votes

Ricardo Lara (DEM): 40.1 percent with 2,271,341 votes

Asif Mahmood (DEM): 13.3 percent with 751,998 votes

Nathalie Hrizi (P&F): 5.0 percent with 281,672 votes

Board of Equalization District 2

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

Malia Cohen (DEM): 38.6 percent with 647,798 votes

Mark Burns (REP): 27 percent with 452,167 votes

Cathleen Galgiani (DEM): 25.5 percent with 428,369 votes

Barry Chang (DEM): 8.8 percent with 148,349 votes

Superintendent of Public Instruction

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

Marshall Tuck: 37.6 percent with 2,039,402 votes

Tony K. Thurmond: 35.4 percent with 1,923,151 votes

Lily (Espinoza) Ploski: 16.1 percent with 874,334 votes

Steven Ireland: 10.9 percent with 592,723 votes

Prop 68

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

Yes: 56.7 percent with 3,399,851 votes

No: 43.3 percent with 2,598,175 votes

Prop 69

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

Yes: 80.9 percent with 4,865,672 votes

No: 19.1 percent with 1,145,043 votes

Prop 70

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

Yes: 35.5 percent with 2,047,652 votes

No: 64.5 percent with 3,720,701votes

Prop 71

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

Yes: 77.5 percent with 4,510,286 votes

No: 22.5 percent with 1,307,794 votes

Prop 72

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

Yes: 84.6 percent with 5,003,091 votes

No: 15.4 percent with 913,151 votes

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CONGRATULATIONS SAN BENITO COUNTY WITH PASSING  Measure C—a tax on cannabis production outside of San Benito County’s two cities with a resounding 58% majority voter approval. It is now up to the Board of Supervisors to act responsibly and in accordance with its voter mandate to tax and regulate wholesale cannabis operations to complement Hollister's manufacturing, quality assurance laboratories, supply chain transportation and retail dispensary operations. 

Despite years of fear-mongering, exaggerated lies, deception, duplicity, prejudice, bias and abject bigotry by anti-cannabis activists, the majority of voters prevailed with common sense judgment and the political will consistent with previous pro-cannabis Measures both locally and state wide majority electorate support. 

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