Election Results

California counties are still processing ballots, and will certify local election results by Dec. 3. Results for state and local races are updated daily. KQED does not independently call races: Check marks denote projections by The Associated Press.

Results by Region

Presidential Race

U.S. Senate

California Props

California Proposition 14

California Proposition 14

Fund stem cell research bond. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes51%
8588156
No48.9%
8221692
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 15

California Proposition 15

Change how business property taxes are assessed. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes48%
8212641
No51.9%
8885052
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 16

California Proposition 16

End ban on affirmative action. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes42.7%
7216721
No57.2%
9655024
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 17

California Proposition 17

Restore parolee vote. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes58.5%
9985065
No41.4%
7068706
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 18

California Proposition 18

Allow some 17-year-olds to vote. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes43.9%
7513957
No56%
9577238
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 19

California Proposition 19

Change property tax transfer rules. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes51.1%
8545393
No48.8%
8175618
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 20

California Proposition 20

Increase criminal penalties and limit parole. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes38.2%
6385421
No61.7%
10293563
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 21

California Proposition 21

Allow rent control expansion. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes40.1%
6770958
No59.8%
10094634
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 22

California Proposition 22

Classify some gig workers as contractors. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes58.6%
9957858
No41.3%
7027467
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 23

California Proposition 23

Add regulations for kidney dialysis clinics. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes36.5%
6161109
No63.4%
10683606
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 24

California Proposition 24

Amend state data privacy law. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes56.2%
9384125
No43.7%
7305026
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting
California Proposition 25

California Proposition 25

End use of cash bail. Passes with a majority vote.

Yes43.5%
7231044
No56.4%
9356096
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.87% precincts reporting

Alameda County

Measure W

Alameda County. Sales tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes50%
358123
No49.9%
356812
Nov 30, 202016:34:00 PTAlameda County

Alameda County Board of Supervisors, District 1

Leading candidate wins. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

David Gregory Haubert54.2%
70940
Vinnie Bacon45.7%
59711
Nov 30, 202016:34:00 PTAlameda County

Measure II

City of Berkeley. Police oversight. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes84.6%
50244
No15.3%
9112
Nov 30, 202016:34:00 PTAlameda CountyRead the story

Measure QQ

City of Oakland. Youth vote. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes67.8%
131324
No32.1%
62127
Nov 30, 202016:34:00 PTAlameda County

Measure S1

City of Oakland. Police Commission. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes81.2%
154314
No18.7%
35566
Nov 30, 202016:34:00 PTAlameda CountyRead the story

Berkeley, Mayor

Leading candidate wins. Ranked choice. Vote tallies below display first choice votes only. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Jesse Arreguín63%
36515
Wayne Hsiung24.2%
14064
Aidan Hill10.2%
5922
Nov 30, 202016:34:00 PTAlameda CountyRead the story

Contra Costa County

Measure X

Contra Costa County, Sales tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes58.4%
323322
No41.5%
229793
Nov 30, 202012:24:26 PTContra Costa CountyRead the story

Contra Costa Board of Supervisors, District 5

Leading candidate wins. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Federal Glover(incumbent)66.1%
57697
Gus S. Kramer33.8%
29528
Nov 30, 202012:24:26 PTContra Costa County

Measure S

City of San Pablo, Sales tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes79.1%
6901
No20.8%
1813
Nov 30, 202012:24:26 PTContra Costa County

Measure T

City of Antioch. Development limits. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes89.8%
34840
No10.1%
3923
Nov 30, 202012:24:26 PTContra Costa County

Measure U

City of Richmond. Business tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes72.5%
30974
No27.4%
11732
Nov 30, 202012:24:26 PTContra Costa County

Measure V

City of Concord. Sales tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes50.4%
28771
No49.5%
28231
Nov 30, 202012:24:26 PTContra Costa County

Marin County

U.S. House of Representatives, District 2

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Jared Huffman (D)(incumbent)75.7%
294435
Dale Mensing (R)24.2%
94320
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California99.31% precincts reporting

State Assembly, District 10

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Marc Levine (D)(incumbent)65.6%
158263
Veronica Jacobi (D)34.3%
82638
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California98.81% precincts reporting

Measure P

Sausalito Marin City School District. School bond. Passes with 55% vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes73.8%
5024
No26.1%
1781
Dec 2, 20209:31:59 PTMarin County

Measure Q

Novato. Hotel tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes76.3%
20473
No23.6%
6343
Dec 2, 20209:31:59 PTMarin County

Measure R

San Rafael. Sales tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes61.6%
16216
No38.3%
10085
Dec 2, 20209:31:59 PTMarin County

San Rafael, Mayor

Leading candidate wins. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Kate Colin86.2%
22570
Mahmoud A. Shirazi13.7%
3591
Dec 2, 20209:31:59 PTMarin County

Napa County

U.S. House of Representatives, District 5

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Mike Thompson (D)(incumbent)76%
271233
Scott Giblin (R)23.9%
85227
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

State Senate, District 3

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Bill Dodd (D)(incumbent)68.3%
323317
Carlos Santamaria (R)31.6%
149461
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California97.19% precincts reporting

State Assembly, District 4

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D)(incumbent)66.6%
150153
Matthew Nelson (R)33.3%
75108
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California99.62% precincts reporting

Measure G

St. Helena. Land development. Passes with a majority vote. Advisory measure only. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes50.9%
1558
No49%
1500
Nov 25, 202013:01:23 PTNapa County

Measure T

Yountville. Marijuana. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes33.3%
551
No66.6%
1102
Nov 25, 202013:01:23 PTNapa County

Napa, Mayor

Leading candidate wins. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Scott Sedgley59.2%
23473
Doris Gentry21.9%
8696
Gerardo Martin18.7%
7444
Nov 25, 202013:01:23 PTNapa County

San Francisco County

State Senate, District 11

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Scott Wiener (D)(incumbent)57.1%
254628
Jackie Fielder (D)42.8%
191060
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California99.38% precincts reporting

Regional Measure RR

Should the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board enact a 0.125% sales tax? Passes with 2/3 vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes69%
1077587
No30.9%
482126
Dec 1, 20208:54:11 PTSan Francisco County

Proposition D

Sheriff department oversight. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes66.8%
276685
No33.1%
136896
Dec 1, 20208:54:11 PTSan Francisco CountyRead the story

Proposition G

Youth vote. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes49.2%
207054
No50.7%
213694
Dec 1, 20208:54:11 PTSan Francisco County

Proposition I

Transfer tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes57.5%
235884
No42.4%
173984
Dec 1, 20208:54:11 PTSan Francisco CountyRead the story

Proposition K

Affordable housing. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes73.5%
303319
No26.4%
109220
Dec 1, 20208:54:11 PTSan Francisco CountyRead the story

San Mateo County

U.S. House of Representatives, District 14

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Jackie Speier (D)(incumbent)79.2%
278227
Ran Petel (R)20.7%
72684
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California95.01% precincts reporting

State Senate, District 13

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Josh Becker (D)75.4%
347938
Alexander Glew (R)24.5%
113293
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California91.34% precincts reporting

Regional Measure RR

Should the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board enact a 0.125% sales tax? Passes with 2/3 vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes69%
1077587
No30.9%
482126
Nov 30, 202016:30:09 PTSan Mateo County

Measure Q

Daly City. Sales tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes72%
28192
No27.9%
10933
Nov 30, 202016:30:09 PTSan Mateo County

Measure R

San Mateo. Amendment to city general plan. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes46.1%
21077
No53.8%
24622
Nov 30, 202016:30:09 PTSan Mateo County

Measure Y

San Mateo. Amendment to city general plan. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes50%
23029
No49.9%
22987
Nov 30, 202016:30:09 PTSan Mateo County

Santa Clara County

State Senate, District 15

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Dave Cortese (D)54.7%
212207
Ann Ravel (D)45.2%
175203
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California83.08% precincts reporting

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, District 3

Leading candidate wins. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Otto Lee60.4%
85663
Kansen Chu39.5%
55946
Dec 1, 202017:26:14 PTSanta Clara County

Regional Measure RR

Should the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board enact a 0.125% sales tax? Passes with 2/3 vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes69%
1077587
No30.9%
482126
Dec 1, 202017:26:14 PTSanta Clara County

Measure C

Mountain View. RV ban. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes56.5%
18455
No43.4%
14159
Dec 1, 202017:26:14 PTSanta Clara County

Measure G

San Jose. Charter amendments. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes77.2%
302315
No22.7%
89056
Dec 1, 202017:26:14 PTSanta Clara CountyRead the story

Measure S

Santa Clara Valley Water District. Parcel tax. Passes with 2/3 vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes75%
609100
No24.9%
202399
Dec 1, 202017:26:14 PTSanta Clara County

Solano County

U.S. House of Representatives, District 3

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

John Garamendi (D)(incumbent)54.6%
176036
Tamika Hamilton (R)45.3%
145941
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California96.09% precincts reporting

Measure C

Fairfield. Marijuana business tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes64.8%
30462
No35.1%
16489
Nov 24, 202016:12:02 PTSolano County

Measure G

Vallejo. Sales tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes49.4%
25539
No50.5%
26128
Nov 24, 202016:12:02 PTSolano County

Measure V

Vacaville. Marijuana business tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes64.4%
29201
No(incumbent)35.5%
16110
Nov 24, 202016:12:02 PTSolano County

Benicia, Mayor

Leading candidate wins. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Steve Young50.8%
8611
Christina Strawbridge30.9%
5241
Jason Diavatis18.2%
3087
Nov 24, 202016:12:02 PTSolano CountyRead the story

Vallejo, Mayor

Leading candidate wins. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Robert McConnell39.7%
20367
Hakeem Brown37.7%
19306
John B. Kenney11.3%
5787
Nov 24, 202016:12:02 PTSolano County

Sonoma County

U.S. House of Representatives, District 5

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Mike Thompson (D)(incumbent)76%
271233
Scott Giblin (R)23.9%
85227
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

State Assembly, District 2

Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Leading candidate wins.

Jim Wood (D)(incumbent)68.5%
162287
Charlotte Svolos (R)31.4%
74582
Race calledDec 3, 20206:41 AM PTState of California99.85% precincts reporting

Measure O

Sonoma County. Sales tax. Passes with 2/3 vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes68%
178309
No31.9%
83659
Nov 23, 202016:47:24 PTSonoma County

Measure P

Sonoma County. Sherriff oversight. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes64.7%
166483
No35.2%
90689
Nov 23, 202016:47:24 PTSonoma CountyRead the story

Measure Q

Santa Rosa. Sales tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes71.8%
61163
No28.1%
23970
Nov 23, 202016:47:24 PTSonoma County

Measure U

Petaluma. Sales tax. Passes with a majority vote. Results are preliminary and may be partial.

Yes60.8%
20961
No39.1%
13502
Nov 23, 202016:47:24 PTSonoma County
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