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Contra Costa County

California Proposition 13

Authorizes $15 billion in bonds for school and college facilities in California. Reported results include tallied votes from all counties. Majority vote to pass.

Yes46.7%
4191500
No53.2%
4767352
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U.S. House of Representatives District 5 Primary

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

Mike Thompson (D)(incumbent)67.9%
138898
Scott Giblin (R)20%
41063
John Tyler (D)9.2%
18998
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U.S. House of Representatives District 9 Primary

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

Jerry McNerney (D)(incumbent)56.6%
80098
Tony Amador (R)30.3%
42952
William Martinek (R)13%
18390
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U.S. House of Representatives District 11 Primary

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

Mark DeSaulnier (D)(incumbent)71.2%
149976
Nisha Sharma (R)21.4%
45166
Michael Kerr (Grn)7.2%
15349
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U.S. House of Representatives District 15 Primary

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

Eric Swalwell (D)(incumbent)59%
103708
Alison Hayden (R)16.9%
29820
Samantha Campbell (D)9.8%
17253
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State Senate District 3 Primary

Top two candidates advance to general election. This race is uncontested.

Bill Dodd (D)(incumbent)
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State Senate District 7 Primary

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

Steve Glazer (D)(incumbent)48.3%
134221
Julie Mobley (R)27.2%
75675
Marisol Rubio (D)24.3%
67598
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State Senate District 9 Primary

Top two candidates advance to general election. This race is uncontested.

Nancy Skinner (D)(incumbent)
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State Assembly District 11 Primary

Top two candidates advance to general election. This race is uncontested.

Jim Frazier (D)(incumbent)
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State Assembly District 14 Primary

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

Tim Grayson (D)(incumbent)66.4%
81428
Janell Proctor (R)25.4%
31219
Cassandra Devereaux (PFP)8.1%
9980
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State Assembly District 15 Primary

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

Buffy Wicks (D)(incumbent)83.6%
135088
Sara Brink (NPP)8.4%
13726
Jeanne Solnordal (R)7.8%
12702
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State Assembly District 16 Primary

Top two candidates advance to general election. This race is uncontested.

Rebecca Bauer-Kahan (D)(incumbent)
Joseph Rubay (R)
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Board of Supervisors, District 2

Leading candidate wins.

Candace Andersen100%
63138
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Board of Supervisors, District 3

Leading candidate wins.

Diane Burgis67.7%
32742
Paul Seeger32.2%
15594
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Board of Supervisors, District 5

Leading candidate wins.

Federal Glover42.2%
22398
Sean Trambley35.9%
19040
Gus Kramer21.8%
11578
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Measure A

Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes60.2%
8627
No39.7%
5691
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Measure J

Contra Costa Transportation Authority. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes51.6%
164748
No48.3%
154001
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Measure L

Lafayette School District. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes73.1%
9905
No26.8%
3639
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Measure M

Moraga School District. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes70.8%
5227
No29.1%
2154
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Measure R

West Contra Costa Unified School District. 55% required to pass.

Yes58.6%
35927
No41.3%
25281
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Measure T

Antioch Unified School District School Facilities Improvement District No. 2. 55% required to pass.

Yes54.6%
5003
No45.3%
4157
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Measure Y

Town of Danville. Majority vote required to pass.

Yes54.2%
10241
No45.7%
8639
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