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San Mateo 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
Race calledMar 20, 20206:17 PM PTState of California97.89% precincts reporting

U.S. House of Representatives District 14 Primary

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

Jackie Speier (D)(incumbent)77.3%
154842
Ran Petel (R)15.9%
31972
Cristos Goodrow (D)3.7%
7564
Race calledMar 20, 202011:20 AM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

U.S. House of Representatives District 18 Primary

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

Anna Eshoo (D)(incumbent)61.6%
143965
Rishi Kumar (D)16.3%
38133
Richard Fox (R)12.2%
28610
Race calledMar 20, 20205:20 PM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

State Senate District 11 Primary

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

Scott Wiener (D)(incumbent)55.7%
166814
Jackie Fielder (D)33.1%
99218
Erin Smith (R)11.1%
33245
Race calledMar 20, 202011:20 AM PTState of California100% precincts reporting

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%
7393
No22.7%
2173
Race calledMar 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%
5103
Patrick Sullivan41.6%
3648
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Board of Supervisors, District 1

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

Dave Pine(incumbent)100%
30202
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Board of Supervisors, District 4

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

Warren Slocum(incumbent)100%
27112
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Board of Supervisors, District 5

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

David J. Canepa(incumbent)100%
25121
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

East Palo Alto Sanitary District, Board of Directors

Leading 3 candidates win.

Martha G. Stryker25.3%
1781
Betsy Yanez(incumbent)19.3%
1355
Glenda R. Savage(incumbent)15.4%
1087
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Measure J

Jefferson Union High School District. Bond measure. 55% required to pass.

Yes63%
21062
No36.9%
12327
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Measure K

Brisbane School District. Bond measure. 55% required to pass.

Yes64.5%
1739
No35.4%
956
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Measure L

San Mateo Union High School District. Bond measure. 55% required to pass.

Yes57.4%
41467
No42.5%
30708
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Measure M

La Honda-Pescadero Unified School District. Parcel tax. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes72.3%
967
No27.6%
369
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Measure N

San Carlos School District. Parcel tax. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes72.2%
9072
No27.7%
3490
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Measure O

Burlingame Elementary School District. Bond measure. 55% required to pass.

Yes60.1%
6485
No39.8%
4292
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County

Measure P

Portola Valley School District. Parcel tax. 2/3 required to pass.

Yes64.4%
2279
No35.5%
1257
Race calledMar 12, 20204:34 PM PTSan Mateo County
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