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| Tuesday, Nov 8, 2016

November 8, 2016 General Election Results

Last Updated: Wednesday 6:17 a.m.
NOTE: Provisional and "late absentee" ballots have not been tallied.

SANTA CLARITA CITY COUNCIL (2)

%

# Votes

% Prect

* Bob Kellar

25.5 21,965 100

* Cameron Smyth

24.1 20,755 100

TimBen Boydston

13.6 11,710 100

Alan Ferdman

9.53 8,205 100

Kenneth Dean

7.47 6,430 100

Sandra L. Nichols

4.5 3,877 100

Matthew J. Hargett

4.1 3,528 100

Mark White

3.08 2,653 100

David Ruelas

2.99 2,579 100

Brett Haddock

2.93 2,521 100

Paul J. Wieczorek

2.21 1,907 100

PRESIDENT / VP (CALIF ONLY)

%

# Votes

% Prect

Clinton / Kaine (D)

61.5 5,481,885 100

Trump / Pence (R & AI)

33.2 2,965,704 100

Johnson / Weld (L)

3.2 281,467 100

Stein / Baraka (Green)

1.7 152,317 100

La Riva / Banks (PF)

0.4 38,144 100

U.S. SENATE

%

# Votes

% Prect

* Kamala D. Harris (D)

62.5 4,861,261 100

Loretta L. Sanchez (D)

37.5 2,914,651 100

CONGRESS, 25th Dist.

%

# Votes

% Prect

* Steve Knight (R)

54.3 94,552 100

Bryan Caforio (D)

45.7 79,533 100

STATE SENATE, 21st Dist. (x-Runner)

%

# Votes

% Prect

* Scott Wilk (R)

54.8 108,290 100

Johnathon Levar Ervin (D)

45.2 89,206 100

STATE SENATE, 25th Dist. (Glendale area)

%

# Votes

% Prect

* Anthony J. Portantino (D)

57.5 148,741 100

Michael D. Antonovich (R)

42.5 110,110 100

STATE SENATE, 27th Dist. (x-Pavley)

%

# Votes

% Prect

* Henry Stern (D)

55 149,515 100

Steve Fazio (R)

45 122,291 100

STATE ASSEMBLY, 36th Dist.

%

# Votes

% Prect

* Tom Lackey (R)

56.1 52,761 100

Steve Fox (D)

43.9 41,348 100

STATE ASSEMBLY, 38th Dist.

%

# Votes

% Prect

* Dante Acosta (R)

53.1 71,058 100

Christy Smith (D)

46.9 62,871 100

COUNTY SUPERVISOR, 5th Dist.

%

# Votes

% Prect

* Kathryn Barger

58.92 240,231 100

Darrell Park

41.08 167,524 100

COUNTY MEASURES

%

# Votes

% Prect

Measure A: Parks/Open Space Tax (Needs 2/3)

* YES (pass)

73.49 1,519,795 100

NO

26.51 548,326 100

Measure M: Transit Tax (Needs 2/3)

* YES (pass)

69.82 1,451,784 100

NO

30.18 627,510 100

SANTA CLARITA COMM. COLLEGE (COC)

%

# Votes

% Prect

Trustee Area 2

* Edel Alonso

42.31 4,756 100

Bruce Fortine

38.32 4,308 100

Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy

19.37 2,178 100

Trustee Area 4

* Michele R. Jenkins

55.54 6,916 100

Jerry Danielson

44.46 5,536 100

ACTON-A.D. UNION SCHOOL DIST.

%

# Votes

% Prect

Amy M. Frank (too close)

40.72 1,337 100

Ken Pfalzgraf (too close)

40.48 1,329 100

Karina Inez Thomas

18.79 617 100

SAUGUS UNION SCHOOL DIST.

%

# Votes

% Prect

Trustee Area 3

* Julie Olsen

55.72 2,988 100

Bruce Fox

44.28 2,375 100

CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY

%

# Votes

% Prect

Board of Directors, At Large Voting

* William "Bill" Cooper

55.3 29,578 100

Lynne Plambeck

44.7 23,905 100

Board of Directors, Division 1

* RJ Kelly

59.91 9,679 100

Joan M. Dunn

40.09 6,477 100

Board of Directors, Division 2

* E.G. "Jerry" Gladbach

53 9,204 100

Stacy L. Fortner

47 8,162 100

Board of Directors, Division 3

* Bill Pecsi

54.51 9,818 100

Bonnie G. Nikolai

45.49 8,194 100

STATE MEASURES

%

# Votes

% Prect

Prop 51: School & College Facilities Bonds

* YES

54 4,663,319 100

NO

46 3,976,364 100

Prop 52: Medi-Cal Hospital Fees

* YES

69.6 5,950,642 100

NO

30.4 2,599,764 100

Prop 53: Voter Approval for Bonds

YES

48.6 4,067,013 100

* NO

51.4 4,309,664 100

Prop 54: Legislation - 72 Hours

* YES

64.3 5,379,610 100

NO

35.7 2,987,230 100

Prop 55: Education Tax Extension

* YES

62.1 5,350,614 100

NO

37.9 3,264,342 100

Prop 56: Cigarette Tax

* YES

62.9 5,551,236 100

NO

37.1 3,271,626 100

Prop 57: Parole Eligibility

* YES

63.6 5,501,627 100

NO

36.4 3,150,477 100

Prop 58: Restore Bilingual Education

* YES

72.4 6,245,618 100

NO

27.6 2,376,075 100

Prop 59: Oppose Citizens United

* YES (Oppose)

52.3 4,292,992 100

NO (Don't Oppose)

47.7 3,911,588 100

Prop 60: Adult Films-Condoms

YES (Require)

46.1 3,888,895 100

* NO (Don't Require)

53.9 4,553,833 100

Prop 61: Prescription Drug Purchases

YES

46.3 3,933,084 100

* NO

53.7 4,570,245 100

Prop 62: Repeal Death Penalty

YES (Repeal)

46.1 3,971,872 100

* NO (Don't Repeal)

53.9 4,650,097 100

Prop 63: Ammo Background Checks

* YES (Require)

62.6 5,451,811 100

NO (Don't Require)

37.4 3,252,821 100

Prop 64: Marijuana Legalization

* YES

56 4,957,215 100

NO

44 3,889,080 100

Prop 65: Carryout Bags-Funding

YES (Fund Environmental Projects)

44.7 3,825,163 100

* NO (Leave in General Fund)

55.3 4,739,312 100

Prop 66: Death Penalty-Limit Appeals

YES (too close)

50.9 4,210,163 100

NO (too close)

49.1 4,058,667 100

Prop 67: Plastic Bag Ban

* YES (Ban)

52 4,474,493 100

NO (Don't Ban)

48 4,136,044 100

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE

%

# Votes

% Prect

Office 11

* Debra R. Archuleta

59.82 1,078,021 100

Steven Schreiner

40.18 724,055 100

Office 42

* Efrain Matthew Aceves

60.37 1,085,018 100

Alicia Molina

39.63 712,332 100

Office 84

* Susan Jung Townsend

59.63 1,061,940 100

Javier Perez

40.37 718,975 100

Office 158

* Kim L. Nguyen

51.63 928,404 100

David A. Berger

48.37 869,655 100

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