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2018 Mid-terms: How they fared

November 10, 2018

The following are unofficial vote totals of the 2018 mid-term elections as of Nov. 8. Results are subject to change as votes continue to be tallied. Final vote counts will be reported at a later date.

LOCAL AND STATEWIDE ELECTION RESULTS FROM THE OFFICE OF THE
SECRETARY OF STATE AND THE MADERA COUNTY CLERK-RECORDER’S OFFICE


OFFICE


Candidate and Party            County Vote       Percent       State Vote       Percent

GOVERNOR


John Cox, R                                   17,307                62%          2,896,411               41%


Gavin Newsom, D                          10,566                38%          4,227,735               59%

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR


Ed Hernandez, D                            10,928                52%          2,615,302              44%


Eleni Kounalakis, D                         10,048                48%          3,292,311              56%

SECRETARY OF STATE


Alex Padilla, D                                 11,347                41%          4,334,719              62%


Mark P. Meuser, R                            16,292                59%          2,692,976              38%

CONTROLLER


Konstantinos Roditis, R                    15,836                57%          2,604,233              37%


Betty T. Yee, D                                  11,767                43%          4,405,572              63%

TREASURER


Greg Conlon, R                                 16,480                60%          2,714,549              39%


Fiona Ma, D                                       11,064                40%          4,274,588              61%

ATTORNEY GENERAL


Steven C. Bailey, R                            16,717                61%          2,759,877              39%


Xavier Becerra D                               10,892                39%          4,260,411              61%

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER


Steve Poizner, I                                  16,746                64%          3,288,815             49%


Ricardo Lara, D                                    9,561                36%         3,393,771             51%

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, DISTRICT 1


Ted Gaines, R                                      17,075               63%             863,705            54%


Tom Hallinan, D                                    10,202               37%             722,275            46%

UNITED STATES SENATOR


Dianne Feinstein, D                                9,489               41%          3,414,530            54%


Kevin de Leon, D                                  13,750               59%          2,872,510            46%

U.S. CONGRESS, 4TH DISTRICT


Tom McClintock, R                                   6,574              65%             121,688            55%


Jessica Morse, D                                     3,481              35%                98,120           45%

U.S.CONGRESS, 16th DISTRICT


Elizabeth Heng, R                                  10,282              58%                37,480           46%


Jim Costa, D                                             7,445             42%                44,769            54%

CALIFORNIA SENATE, 8th DISTRICT


Andreas Borgeas, R                                  6,830             69%              131,574           61%


Paulina Maranda, D                                   3,100             31%                82,697           39%

CALIFORNIA SENATE, 12TH DISTRICT


Rob Poythress, R                                      10,652            60%                56,085           50%


Anna Caballero, D                                      7,008            40%                57,104           50%

CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY, 5TH DISTRICT


Frank Bigelow, R                                        17,379           63%                78,123           60%


Carla J. Neal, D                                          10,025           37%                51,353           40%

Local Government


OFFICE                              County Vote


Candidate

MUSD GOVERNING BOARD, AREA 4


Joetta Flores Fleak                        626


Phillilp Huerta                                470

MUSD GOVERNING BOARD, AREA 5


Steve T. Duncan                             626


Lucy Salazar                                   612

CITY OF CHOWCHILLA CITY COUNCIL — At-large positions (2 open)


Mary K. Gaumnitz                           707


Waseem Ahmed                             1,112


Diana Palmer                                  1,041

GOVERNING BOARD MEMBER — Chowchilla High School, Area 4


Mike Cargill                                     305


Debra Haworth                               194

MADERA COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY


Paul Hornick                                   11,097


Sally Orme Moreno                         14,223

MADERA CITY COUNCIL, DISTRICT 1


Cece Gallegos                                1,355


Steve Salter                                     677

MADERA CITY COUNCIL, DISTRICT 3


Steve Montes                                  391


William Oliver                                  342

MADERA CITY COUNCIL, DISTRICT 5


Charles Flores Rigby                      260


Santos Garcia                                 342

MUSD MEASURE M $120,000,000 BOND (School Construction and Remodeling)


Yes                                                  5,551


No                                                   4,008

California statewide propositions

Proposition          County Vote          State Vote

Proposition 1 — $4 billion statewide bond for housing


Yes                              10,470                 3,721,203


No                               16,935                 3,161,877

Proposition 2 — $2 billion bond to help house mentally ill


Yes                              12,127                 4,225,225


No                               15,239                 2,686,908

Proposition 3 — $8.877 billion in bonds for water infrastructure and environmental projects


Yes                              12,100                 3,255,293


No                               15,059                 3,576,379

Proposition 4 — $1.5 billion bond to fund improvements at hospitals that treat mainly children


Yes                               13,653                 4,184,700


No                                13,610                 2,725,388

Proposition 5 — Would revise  process for homebuyers who are age 55 or older or severely disabled to transfer their tax assessments


Yes                                11,428                 2,879,453


No                                 15,665                 3,988,807

Proposition 6 — Would repeal fuel tax and vehicle fee increases passed in 2017 by Legislature and require public vote on future increases


Yes                                 16,516                3,149,068


No                                  10,958                3,866,346

Proposition 7 — Authorizes legislature to provide for permanent daylight savings time if federal government allows


Yes                                  13,060               4,107,458


No                                   14,153               2,747,423

Proposition 8 — Would regulate pricing for dialysis clinics


Yes                                     7,973              2,666,304


No                                    19,329              4,270,530

Proposition 10 — Would allow rent control statewide by local
governments


Yes                                      6,237              2,680,771


No                                      21,087             4,320,433

Proposition 11 — Would regulate break rules for ambulance workers


Yes                                     15,857              4,105,972


No                                      11,303              2,803,317

Proposition 12 — Bans sale of meat from animals confined in spaces below specific sizes


Yes                                     11,708              4,211,586


No                                      15,558              2,695,000

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