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Final statewide primary election results certified

The results are expected to be presented for adoption at the July 24 San Benito County Board of Supervisors meeting.

Information provided by the San Benito County Registrar of Voters.

Final results for the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election is now certified and is expected to be presented to the San Benito County Board of Supervisors for adoption on July 24. Official results have been posted at www.sbcvote.us. Please note there are two different versions that the public can view online:

  1. Official Statement of Vote - PDF format with required documentation from the Secretary of State at http://sbcvote.us/results/sov/2018June/sov20180605.pdf
  2. Excel Version of the Statement of Vote (see website)

Out of the 28,774 registered voters, 12,587 ballots were cast indicating a total of 43.74 percent voter participation, according to a recent press release. In comparison to the 2014 Statewide Direct Primary, voter participation increased by 11.81 percent.

San Benito County had 17 Polling Place locations with over 120 volunteers. San Benito County Clerk-Auditor-Recorder Joe Paul Gonzalez thanks the dedicated volunteers that helped throughout the years and would also like to thank the approximate 20 percent of new volunteers who have now become part of the successful service to the community. The elections office continues to accept volunteers for the upcoming November Election.

For information regarding the final results or to register as a volunteer, visit www.sbcvote.us or call (831) 636-4016.

Results

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 Senate 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)

MaliaCohen (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

 

 

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