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| Tuesday, Nov 8, 2016

November 8, 2016 General Election Results

Final Certified Results (December 2017).

SANTA CLARITA CITY COUNCIL (2)

%

# Votes

* Bob Kellar

25.27 32,216

* Cameron Smyth

23.61 30,109

TimBen Boydston

13.42 17,108

Alan Ferdman

9.49 12,106

Kenneth Dean

7.92 10,101

Sandra L. Nichols

4.49 5,730

Matthew J. Hargett

4.3 5,486

Mark White

3.12 3,976

Brett Haddock

3.1 3,955

David Ruelas

3.07 3,918

Paul J. Wieczorek

2.2 2,806

PRESIDENT / VP (CALIF ONLY)

%

# Votes

Clinton / Kaine (D)

61.7 8,753,788

Trump / Pence (R & AI)

31.6 4,483,810

Johnson / Weld (L)

3.4 478,500

Stein / Baraka (Green)

2.0 278,657

Bernie Sanders (W/I)

0.6 79,341

La Riva / Banks (PF)

0.5 66,101

Evan McMullin (W/I)

0.3 39,596

Mike Maturen (W/I)

0.0 1,316

Laurence Kotlikoff (W/I)

0.0 402

Jerry White (W/I)

0.0 84

U.S. SENATE

%

# Votes

* Kamala D. Harris (D)

61.6 7,542,753

Loretta L. Sanchez (D)

38.4 4,701,417

CONGRESS, 25th Dist.

%

# Votes

* Steve Knight (R)

53.1 138,755

Bryan Caforio (D)

46.9 122,406

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

%

# Votes

* Scott Wilk (R)

52.8 160,043

Johnathon Levar Ervin (D)

47.2 142,886

STATE SENATE, 25th Dist. (Glendale area)

%

# Votes

* Anthony J. Portantino (D)

57.8 218,242

Michael D. Antonovich (R)

42.2 159,014

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

%

# Votes

* Henry Stern (D)

55.9 218,655

Steve Fazio (R)

44.1 172,827

STATE ASSEMBLY, 36th Dist.

%

# Votes

* Tom Lackey (R)

53.1 77,801

Steve Fox (D)

46.9 68,755

STATE ASSEMBLY, 38th Dist.

%

# Votes

* Dante Acosta (R)

52.9 102,977

Christy Smith (D)

47.1 91,801

COUNTY SUPERVISOR, 5th Dist.

%

# Votes

* Kathryn Barger

57.9 350,988

Darrell Park

42.1 255,165

COUNTY MEASURES

%

# Votes

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

* YES (pass)

74.9 2,363,405

NO

25.1 791,939

Measure M: Transit Tax (Needs 2/3)

* YES (pass)

71.15 2,259,654

NO

28.85 916,375

SANTA CLARITA COMM. COLLEGE (COC)

%

# Votes

Trustee Area 2

* Edel Alonso

42.58 7,261

Bruce Fortine

38.3 6,532

Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy

19.12 3,261

Trustee Area 4

* Michele R. Jenkins

55.68 10,396

Jerry Danielson

44.32 8,276

ACTON-A.D. UNION SCHOOL DIST.

%

# Votes

* Ken Pfalzgraf

40.95 1,980

Amy M. Frank

40.83 1,974

Karina Inez Thomas

18.22 881

SAUGUS UNION SCHOOL DIST.

%

# Votes

Trustee Area 3

* Julie Olsen

55.34 4,261

Bruce Fox

44.66 3,439

CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY

%

# Votes

Board of Directors, At Large Voting

* William "Bill" Cooper

55.17 43,841

Lynne Plambeck

44.83 35,623

Board of Directors, Division 1

* RJ Kelly

59.74 14,600

Joan M. Dunn

40.26 9,838

Board of Directors, Division 2

* E.G. "Jerry" Gladbach

52.74 13,651

Stacy L. Fortner

47.26 12,233

Board of Directors, Division 3

* Bill Pecsi

54.04 14,116

Bonnie G. Nikolai

45.96 12,004

STATE MEASURES

%

# Votes

Prop 51: School & College Facilities Bonds

* YES

55.2 7,516,142

NO

44.8 6,104,294

Prop 52: Medi-Cal Hospital Fees

* YES

70.1 9,427,714

NO

29.9 4,026,710

Prop 53: Voter Approval for Bonds

YES

49,4 6,508,909

* NO

50.6 6,660,555

Prop 54: Legislation - 72 Hours

* YES

65.4 8,607,266

NO

34.6 4,559,903

Prop 55: Education Tax Extension

* YES

63.3 8,594,273

NO

36.7 4,988,329

Prop 56: Cigarette Tax

* YES

64.4 8,980,448

NO

35.6 4,957,994

Prop 57: Parole Eligibility

* YES

64.5 8,790,723

NO

35.5 4,847,354

Prop 58: Restore Bilingual Education

* YES

73.5 9,994,454

NO

26.5 3,598,855

Prop 59: Oppose Citizens United

* YES (Oppose)

53.2 6,845,943

NO (Don't Oppose)

46.8 6,027,084

Prop 60: Adult Films-Condoms

YES (Require)

46.3 6,168,388

* NO (Don't Require)

53.7 7,146,039

Prop 61: Prescription Drug Purchases

YES

46.8 6,254,342

* NO

53.2 7,109,642

Prop 62: Repeal Death Penalty

YES (Repeal)

46.8 6,361,788

* NO (Don't Repeal)

53.2 7,218,625

Prop 63: Ammo Background Checks

* YES (Require)

63.1 8,663,159

NO (Don't Require)

36.9 5,070,772

Prop 64: Marijuana Legalization

* YES

57.1 7,979,041

NO

42.9 5,987,020

Prop 65: Carryout Bags-Funding

YES (Fund Environmental Projects)

46.1 6,222,547

* NO (Leave in General Fund)

53.9 7,276,478

Prop 66: Death Penalty-Limit Appeals

* YES

51.1 6,626,159

NO

48.9 6,333,731

Prop 67: Plastic Bag Ban

* YES (Ban)

53.3 7,228,900

NO (Don't Ban)

46.7 6,340,322

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE

%

# Votes

Office 11

* Debra R. Archuleta

60.44 1,647,847

Steven Schreiner

39.56 1,078,678

Office 42

* Efrain Matthew Aceves

60.59 1,646,612

Alicia Molina

39.41 1,070,838

Office 84

* Susan Jung Townsend

59.76 1,608,759

Javier Perez

40.24 1,083,479

Office 158

* Kim L. Nguyen

52.24 1,421,318

David A. Berger

47.76 1,299,577
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