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After Surprise Defeat of School Bond, Some Lawmakers Consider Retiring 'Prop. 13'
A California lawmaker is proposing to end using the number 13 in ballot proposition titles after the most recent Proposition 13 went down in a surprise defeat.

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Alameda County

State Assembly District 25 Primary

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Top two candidates advance to general election.

Bob Brunton (R)20.9%
19457
Alex Lee (D)15.4%
14357
Anne Kepner (D)13.6%
12687
Race calledMar 20, 20205:20 PM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

Board of Supervisors, District 1

Leading candidate wins.

Vinnie Bacon27.2%
18571
David Haubert25.9%
17697
Melissa Hernandez25.2%
17214
Mar 10, 20204:17 PM PTAlameda County100% precincts reporting

Board of Education, Trustee Area 5

Leading candidate wins.

Janevette Cole44.9%
17005
Luis Reynoso37.9%
14345
Lisa Brunner17.1%
6484
Mar 10, 20204:17 PM PTAlameda County100% precincts reporting

Contra Costa County

Board of Supervisors, District 2

Leading candidate wins.

Candace Andersen100%
62547
Mar 11, 202011:28 AM PTContra Costa County100% precincts reporting

Board of Supervisors, District 3

Leading candidate wins.

Diane Burgis67.7%
32395
Paul Seeger32.2%
15409
Mar 11, 202011:28 AM PTContra Costa County100% precincts reporting

Board of Supervisors, District 5

Leading candidate wins.

Federal Glover49.8%
22142
Gus Kramer25.7%
11441
Sean Trambley24.3%
10804
Mar 11, 202011:28 AM PTContra Costa County100% precincts reporting

Marin County

Mill Valley City Council

Leading 3 candidates win.

Urban Carmel27.8%
4247
Sashi McEntee(incumbent)22.5%
3440
Tricia Ossa20.9%
3202
Mar 11, 20203:33:57 PM PTMarin County100% precincts reporting

Ross Town Council

Leading 3 candidates win.

Elizabeth Brekhus(incumbent)25.6%
663
P. Beach Kuhl(incumbent)24.7%
640
Charles W. Kircher, Jr.19.6%
508
Mar 11, 20203:33:57 PM PTMarin County100% precincts reporting

Measure C

Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority. Special parcel tax for wildfire prevention and protection services. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes70.6%
73862
No29.3%
30730
Mar 11, 20203:33:57 PM PTMarin County100% precincts reporting

Napa County

Superior Court Judge, Seat 3

Leading candidate wins.

Monique S Langhorne80%
33078
Clifford A. Blackman19.9%
8222
Mar 10, 20202:21:56 PM PTNapa County100% precincts reporting

Treasurer-Tax Collector

Leading candidate wins.

Bob Minahen63.8%
25341
Mike Basayne36.1%
14349
Mar 10, 20202:21:56 PM PTNapa County100% precincts reporting

Measure K

Napa Water, Parks and Open Space Restoration and Preservation Retail Transactions and Use Tax. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes63%
28667
No36.9%
16778
Mar 10, 20202:21:56 PM PTNapa County100% precincts reporting

San Francisco County

Measure D

San Francisco Vacant Storefront Tax. 66 and 2/3% required to pass.

Yes70%
195037
No29.9%
83241
Mar 12, 20202:26:11 PM PTSan Francisco County100% precincts reportingRead the story

Measure E

Limits on Office Development. Majority vote required to pass.

Yes55.6%
151277
No44.3%
120613
Mar 12, 20202:26:11 PM PTSan Francisco County100% precincts reportingRead the story

Measure A

City College Job Training, Repair, and Earthquake Safety. 55% required to pass.

Yes72.3%
203002
No27.6%
77431
Mar 12, 20202:26:11 PM PTSan Francisco County100% precincts reporting

San Mateo County

State Senate District 13 Primary

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Top two candidates advance to general election.

Josh Becker (D)23.8%
65289
Alexander Glew (R)17.4%
47715
Sally Lieber (D)17%
46551
Race calledMar 20, 20205:20 PM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

Shall Herb Perez be recalled (removed) from the office of Councilmember of the City of Foster City?

Majority vote needed to pass.

Yes77.2%
7275
No22.7%
2139
Mar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Candidate to succeed Herb Perez as Councilmember of the City of Foster City if he is recalled

Goes into effect if recall succeeds.

Jon Froomin58.3%
5029
Patrick Sullivan41.6%
3585
Mar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Santa Clara County

State Senate District 13 Primary

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Top two candidates advance to general election.

Josh Becker (D)23.8%
65289
Alexander Glew (R)17.4%
47715
Sally Lieber (D)17%
46551
Race calledMar 20, 20205:20 PM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

State Senate District 15 Primary

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Top two candidates advance to general election.

Dave Cortese (D)33.9%
78708
Ann Ravel (D)22%
51169
Nora Campos (D)16.7%
38774
Race calledMar 20, 20205:20 PM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

Measure E

City of San José. Majority vote needed to pass.

Yes53.4%
120347
No46.5%
104943
Mar 13, 20207:23:49 AM PTSanta Clara County100% precincts reportingRead the story

Solano County

Board of Supervisors, District 1

Leading candidate wins.

Erin Hannigan(incumbent)60.2%
10486
Robert McConnell39.7%
6924
Mar 10, 20203:41 PM PTSolano County100% precincts reporting

Board of Supervisors, District 2

Leading candidate wins.

Monica Brown(incumbent)51%
11480
Rochelle Sherlock25%
5640
K. Patrice Williams23.8%
5360
Mar 10, 20203:41 PM PTSolano County100% precincts reporting

Board of Supervisors, District 5

Leading candidate wins.

Mitchell Mashburn50.1%
11896
David C. Isom49.8%
11802
Mar 10, 20203:41 PM PTSolano County100% precincts reporting

Sonoma County

Measure G

One half percent increase in sales tax rate to improve local fire prevention and protection. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes64.4%
112558
No35.5%
62177
Mar 12, 20207:58:22 AM PTSonoma County100% precincts reporting

Measure H

City of Healdsburg’s Growth Management Ordinance. Majority vote required to pass.

Yes68.1%
3071
No31.8%
1432
Mar 12, 20207:58:22 AM PTSonoma County100% precincts reporting

Measure I

Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District. Authorize SMART to extend existing tax. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes52%
91125
No47.9%
83961
Mar 12, 20207:58:22 AM PTSonoma County100% precincts reportingRead the story
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