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Marin 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 2 Primary

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

Jared Huffman (D)(incumbent)67.9%
172635
Dale Mensing (R)19.3%
49175
Rachel Moniz (D)7.1%
18052
Race calledMar 20, 20205:20 PM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

State Assembly District 10 Primary

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

Marc Levine (D)(incumbent)62.5%
106198
Ron Sondergaard (R)17.5%
29783
Veronica Jacobi (D)17.2%
29234
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Board of Supervisors, District 2

Leading candidate wins. This race is uncontested and may be called early.

Katie Rice(incumbent)100%
18552
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Board of Supervisors, District 3

Leading candidate wins.

Stephanie Moulton-Peters(incumbent)81.7%
16860
Jack Kenney11.3%
2334
Bill Bailey6.9%
1442
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Board of Supervisors, District 4

Leading candidate wins.

Dennis Rodoni(incumbent)79%
12395
Alex Easton-Brown20.9%
3284
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Corte Madera Town Council

Leading 2 candidates win.

Fred Casissa53.5%
2816
Charles L. Lee46.4%
2443
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Mill Valley City Council

Leading 3 candidates win.

Urban Carmel27.8%
4247
Sashi McEntee(incumbent)22.5%
3440
Tricia Ossa20.9%
3203
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Mill Valley City Council - Short Term

Leading candidate wins. This race is uncontested and may be called early.

Jim Wickham100%
5228
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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
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Tiburon Town Council - Short Term

Leading candidate wins.

Jack Ryan36.8%
1357
Daniel Amir33%
1219
Kathleen M. Defever30.1%
1111
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Measure A

Novato Unified School District. Special parcel tax for education. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes55.2%
13236
No44.7%
10742
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Measure B

Tamalpais Union High School District. Special parcel tax for education. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes63.6%
35409
No36.3%
20196
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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
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Measure D

San Geronimo Valley Golf Course. Prevents County from changing primary golf course use without voter approval. Majority vote required to pass.

Yes60.9%
64283
No39%
41190
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Measure E

City of Belvedere. Adjusts appropriation limit for fire protection and emergency medical services. Majority vote required to pass.

Yes79.1%
776
No20.8%
205
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Measure F

Town of Ross. Increase allowable enrollment of public and private schools. Majority vote required to pass.

Yes59.6%
695
No40.3%
471
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Measure G

Marinwood Community Services District. Adjusts appropriations limit for park, open space and street landscape maintenance. Majority vote required to pass.

Yes74.9%
1641
No25%
548
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Measure H

Marinwood Community Services District. Adjusts appropriations limit for fire protection and emergency response services. Majority vote required to pass.

Yes76.1%
1656
No23.8%
520
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Measure I

Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District. Extend existing ¼ of one cent retail transactions and use tax. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes55.4%
60387
No44.5%
48481
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Measure J

Ridgewood Avenue Permanent Road Division. Special Tax. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes62.5%
25
No37.5%
15
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