Elxn-State-Results

Elxn-State Results

Eds: Here are the latest statewide election results provided by the California

Secretary of State, as vote-counting continues from the Nov. 3 election.

Although the state is reporting 100% of precincts reporting, thousands of

provisional and other ballots still remain to be counted across the state, so

the numbers are not final. State law allows the counting of mail ballots

received as late as Nov. 20, provided they were postmarked by Election Day.

Registration and Turnout

Precincts Reporting: 20,497

Total Number of Precincts: 20,497

Pct. of Precincts Reporting: 100.0

Voter Turnout: 17,506,540

Total Registered Voters: 22,047,615

Voter Turnout Percentage: 79.4

President

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Joseph Biden (D) 10,959,752 63.6%

Donald Trump (R) 5,892,545 34.2%

Roque ‘Rocky’ De La

Fuente Guerra (AI) 58,555 0.3%

Howie Hawkins (G) 79,363 0.5%

Jo Jorgensen (L) 184,000 1.1%

Gloria La Riva (PF) 49,686 0.3%

U.S. Representative District 23

600/600 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Kim Mangone (D) 111,226 38.2%

Kevin McCarthy (R) 179,615 61.8%

U.S. Representative District 25

311/311 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Christy Smith (D) 167,621 49.9%

Michael Garcia (R) 168,067 50.1%

U.S. Representative District 26

614/614 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Julia Brownley (D) 208,352 60.6%

Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy

(R) 135,512 39.4%

U.S. Representative District 27

318/318 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Judy Chu (D) 219,908 69.8%

Johnny Nalbandian (R) 95,086 30.2%

U.S. Representative District 28

240/240 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Adam Schiff (D) 242,410 72.7%

Eric Early (R) 90,980 27.3%

U.S. Representative District 29

205/205 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Antonio Cardenas (D) 118,421 56.6%

Angalica Dueaas (D) 90,669 43.4%

U.S. Representative District 30

222/222 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Brad Sherman (D) 238,548 69.5%

Mark Reed (R) 104,454 30.5%

U.S. Representative District 32

312/312 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Grace Napolitano (D) 171,558 66.6%

Joshua Scott (R) 86,124 33.4%

U.S. Representative District 33

231/231 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Ted Lieu (D) 255,385 67.6%

James Bradley (R) 122,242 32.4%

U.S. Representative District 34

165/165 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Jimmy Gomez (D) 107,838 53.0%

David Kim (D) 95,588 47.0%

U.S. Representative District 35

337/337 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Norma Torres (D) 166,148 69.3%

Mike Cargile (R) 73,445 30.7%

U.S. Representative District 36

355/355 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Raul Ruiz (D) 182,166 60.4%

Erin Cruz (R) 119,481 39.6%

U.S. Representative District 37

234/234 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Karen Bass (D) 252,983 86.0%

Errol Webber (R) 41,186 14.0%

U.S. Representative District 38

271/271 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Linda Sanchez (D) 188,922 74.3%

Michael Tolar (D) 65,203 25.7%

U.S. Representative District 39

369/369 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Gil Cisneros (D) 169,089 49.4%

Young Kim (R) 173,312 50.6%

U.S. Representative District 40

187/187 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Lucille Roybal-Allard

(D) 134,392 72.8%

Carlos Delgado (R) 50,202 27.2%

U.S. Representative District 41

167/167 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Mark Takano (D) 164,711 64.1%

Aja Yadran Smith (R) 92,407 35.9%

U.S. Representative District 42

318/318 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

William O’Mara (D) 154,873 42.9%

Ken Calvert (R) 205,929 57.1%

U.S. Representative District 43

244/244 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Maxine Waters (D) 197,554 71.7%

Joe Collins (R) 78,028 28.3%

U.S. Representative District 44

259/259 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Nanette Barragan (D) 138,539 67.9%

Analilia Joya (D) 65,629 32.1%

U.S. Representative District 45

541/541 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Katie Porter (D) 221,751 53.5%

Greg Raths (R) 193,040 46.5%

U.S. Representative District 46

238/238 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

J Correa (D) 157,758 68.8%

James Waters (R) 71,690 31.2%

U.S. Representative District 47

291/291 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Alan Lowenthal (D) 196,097 63.3%

John Briscoe (R) 113,882 36.7%

U.S. Representative District 48

465/465 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Harley Rouda (D) 193,305 48.9%

Michelle Steel (R) 201,660 51.1%

U.S. Representative District 49

487/487 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Mike Levin (D) 205,020 53.1%

Brian Maryott (R) 180,888 46.9%

U.S. Representative District 50

480/480 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Ammar Campa-Najjar (D) 166,357 46.1%

Darrell Issa (R) 194,845 53.9%

U.S. Representative District 51

359/359 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Juan Vargas (D) 162,361 68.6%

Juan Hidalgo (R) 74,367 31.4%

U.S. Representative District 52

192/192 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Scott Peters (D) 244,008 61.6%

James DeBello (R) 152,233 38.4%

U.S. Representative District 53

251/251 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Georgette Gomez (D) 135,456 40.5%

Sara Jacobs (D) 199,053 59.5%

State Senate District 21

580/580 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Michael Mueller (D) 190,346 49.2%

Scott Wilk (R) 196,660 50.8%

State Senate District 23

1153/1153 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Abigail Medina (D) 199,682 47.5%

Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (R) 221,016 52.5%

State Senate District 25

425/425 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Anthony Portantino (D) 293,287 64.0%

Kathleen Hazelton (R) 164,971 36.0%

State Senate District 27

402/402 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Henry Stern (D) 283,315 60.2%

Houman Salem (R) 187,235 39.8%

State Senate District 29

460/460 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Josh Newman (D) 213,806 51.3%

Ling Ling Chang (R) 203,174 48.7%

State Senate District 31

217/217 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Richard Roth (D) 212,590 59.0%

Rod Taylor (R) 147,485 41.0%

State Senate District 33

264/264 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Elizabeth Castillo (D) 100,738 38.1%

Lena Gonzalez (D) 163,558 61.9%

State Senate District 35

341/341 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Steven Bradford (D) 232,853 72.5%

Anthony Perry (AI) 88,244 27.5%

State Senate District 37

728/728 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Dave Min (D) 270,455 51.1%

John Moorlach (R) 258,343 48.9%

State Senate District 39

245/245 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Toni Atkins (D) 336,275 66.2%

Linda Blankenship (R) 171,820 33.8%

State Assembly District 36

227/227 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Steve Fox (D) 81,808 44.8%

Thomas Lackey (R) 100,622 55.2%

State Assembly District 38

206/206 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Suzette Valladares (R) 148,204 76.1%

Lucie Volotzky (R) 46,560 23.9%

State Assembly District 39

161/161 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Luz Rivas (D) 116,238 74.1%

Ricardo Benitez (R) 40,637 25.9%

State Assembly District 41

253/253 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Christopher Holden (D) 159,545 65.3%

Robin Hvidston (R) 84,797 34.7%

State Assembly District 42

444/444 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Andrew Kotyuk (R) 94,384 44.3%

Chad Mayes (NP) 118,742 55.7%

State Assembly District 43

155/155 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Laura Friedman (D) 148,252 69.6%

Michael Graves (R) 64,611 30.4%

State Assembly District 44

313/313 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Jacqui Irwin (D) 132,336 60.7%

Denise Pedrow (R) 85,817 39.3%

State Assembly District 45

137/137 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Jesse Gabriel (D) 136,010 66.3%

Jeffi Girgenti (R) 69,111 33.7%

State Assembly District 46

135/135 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Lanira Murphy (D) 60,106 36.6%

Adrin Nazarian (D) 104,239 63.4%

State Assembly District 48

197/197 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Blanca Rubio (D) 125,371 100.0%

State Assembly District 49

163/163 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Edwin Chau (D) 107,214 68.0%

Burton Brink (R) 50,552 32.0%

State Assembly District 50

163/163 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Richard Bloom (D) 165,303 80.4%

William Hess (D) 40,207 19.6%

State Assembly District 51

117/117 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Wendy Carrillo Dono (D) 126,006 100.0%

State Assembly District 52

234/234 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Freddie Rodriguez (D) 109,999 68.3%

Toni Holle (R) 50,984 31.7%

State Assembly District 53

106/106 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Godfrey Plata (D) 49,015 43.7%

Miguel Santiago (D) 63,149 56.3%

State Assembly District 54

156/156 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Tracy Jones (D) 66,288 35.8%

Sydney Kamlager (D) 119,083 64.2%

State Assembly District 55

232/232 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Andrew Rodriguez (D) 102,115 45.0%

Phillip Chen (R) 124,624 55.0%

State Assembly District 56

347/347 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Eduardo Garcia (D) 93,300 64.0%

America Figueroa (R) 52,541 36.0%

State Assembly District 57

215/215 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Lisa Calderon (D) 113,106 60.5%

Jessica Martinez (R) 73,729 39.5%

State Assembly District 58

162/162 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Maria Garcia (D) 121,862 74.9%

Margaret Villa (G) 40,748 25.1%

State Assembly District 59

134/134 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Reginald Jones-Sawyer

(D) 62,856 57.6%

Efren Martinez (D) 46,206 42.4%

State Assembly District 60

119/119 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Sabrina Cervantes (D) 108,049 56.5%

Christopher Raahauge (R) 83,220 43.5%

State Assembly District 61

98/98 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Jose Medina (D) 113,658 65.9%

Ali Mazarei (R) 58,722 34.1%

State Assembly District 62

172/172 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Autumn Burke (D) 157,578 80.9%

Robert Steele (R) 37,142 19.1%

State Assembly District 63

140/140 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Maria Estrada (D) 60,967 46.2%

Anthony Rendon (D) 70,997 53.8%

State Assembly District 64

185/185 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Mike Gipson (D) 82,792 59.5%

Fatima Iqbal-Zubair (D) 56,266 40.5%

State Assembly District 65

257/257 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Sharon Quirk-Silva (D) 112,295 58.3%

Cynthia Thacker (R) 80,444 41.7%

State Assembly District 66

138/138 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Al Muratsuchi (D) 144,960 63.2%

Arthur Schaper (R) 84,304 36.8%

State Assembly District 67

175/175 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Jerry Carlos (D) 94,602 40.1%

Dennis Seyarto (R) 141,559 59.9%

State Assembly District 68

409/409 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Melissa Fox (D) 120,930 46.9%

Steven ‘Steve’ Choi (R) 136,802 53.1%

State Assembly District 69

130/130 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Tom Daly (D) 99,703 72.9%

Jon White (R) 37,053 27.1%

State Assembly District 70

145/145 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Patrick O’Donnell (D) 142,206 71.7%

David Thomas (R) 56,030 28.3%

State Assembly District 71

382/382 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Elizabeth Lavertu (D) 92,110 40.4%

Randy Voepel (R) 135,756 59.6%

State Assembly District 72

248/248 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Diedre Nguyen (D) 103,683 45.9%

Janet Nguyen (R) 122,437 54.1%

State Assembly District 73

293/293 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Scott Rhinehart (D) 114,534 41.5%

Laurie Davies (R) 161,568 58.5%

State Assembly District 74

317/317 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Cottie Petrie-Norris (D) 133,577 50.5%

Diane Dixon (R) 130,988 49.5%

State Assembly District 75

357/357 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Karen ‘Kate’ Schwartz

(D) 106,617 45.5%

Marie Waldron (R) 127,877 54.5%

State Assembly District 76

250/250 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Tasha Boerner Horvath

(D) 132,463 55.6%

Melanie Burkholder (R) 105,652 44.4%

State Assembly District 77

198/198 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Brian Maienschein (D) 149,311 55.8%

June Cutter (R) 118,339 44.2%

State Assembly District 78

113/113 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Sarah Davis (D) 96,357 43.8%

Christopher Ward (D) 123,712 56.2%

State Assembly District 79

131/131 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Shirley Weber (D) 147,850 65.4%

John Moore (R) 78,276 34.6%

State Assembly District 80

118/118 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Lorena Gonzalez (D) 121,496 71.5%

John Vogel (R) 48,323 28.5%

All the following statewide propositions require only a majority of votes to pass.

Proposition 14 — Authorizes Bonds Continuing Stem Cell Research

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 8,456,088 51.1%

No 8,104,893 48.9%

Proposition 15 — Increases Funding Sources for Public Schools, Community

Colleges, and Local Government Services

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 8,084,260 48.0%

No 8,759,089 52.0%

Proposition 16 — Allows Diversity as a Factor in Public Employment,

Education, and Contracting Decisions

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 7,117,737 42.8%

No 9,504,013 57.2%

Proposition 17 — Restores Right to Vote After Completion of Prison Term

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 9,836,913 58.6%

No 6,962,860 41.4%

Proposition 18 — Amends California Constitution to Permit 17-Year-Olds to

Vote in Primary and Special Elections

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 7,405,790 44.0%

No 9,430,683 56.0%

Proposition 19 — Changes Certain Property Tax Rules

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 8,412,956 51.1%

No 8,058,995 48.9%

Proposition 20 — Restricts Parole for Certain Offenses Currently Considered

to Be Nonviolent

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 6,284,664 38.3%

No 10,145,351 61.7%

Proposition 21 — Expands Local Governments’ Authority to Enact Rent Control

on Residential Property

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 6,669,401 40.1%

No 9,944,781 59.9%

Proposition 22 — Exempts App-Based Transportation and Delivery Companies

from Providing Employee Benefits to Certain Drivers

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 9,813,531 58.7%

No 6,918,057 41.3%

Proposition 23 — Establishes State Requirements for Kidney Dialysis Clinics

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 6,052,194 36.5%

No 10,538,624 63.5%

Proposition 24 — Amends Consumer Privacy Laws

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 9,236,356 56.2%

No 7,204,776 43.8%

Proposition 25 — Referendum on Law that Replaced Money Bail with System

Based on Public Safety and Flight Risk

20497/20497 (100.0%)

– Vote Pct.

Yes 7,128,172 43.6%

No 9,216,192 56.4%

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