2018 North State & California Election Results

Nov 7, 2018

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California Ballot Measures

California voters faced eleven ballot measures on Election Day. Below is a quick look at what passed and what was rejected. For full details on the election results of California's ballot measures click here

Californians voted YES on:

  • Prop 1 – Housing Assistance Bonds
  • Prop 2 – Mental Illness Housing Bonds
  • Prop 4 – Children’s Hospital Bonds
  • Prop 7 – Allowing Daylight Saving Change
  • Prop 11 – Expand EMT On-Call Time
  • Prop 12 – Farm Animal Space Minimum

Californians voted NO on:

  • Prop 3 – Water and Environment Bonds
  • Prop 5 – Property Tax Base Transfers
  • Prop 6 – Repeal State Gas Tax
  • Prop 8 – Regulate Dialysis Charges
  • Prop 10 – Remove Rent Control Limits  

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California Governor

  • DEM Gavin Newsom (60 percent)*
  • REP John Cox (40 percent)

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U.S. Senate

  • DEM Dianne Feinstein (54 percent)*
  • DEM Kevin de León (46 percent)  

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U.S. House (North State District Races) 

District 1: 

  • REP Doug LaMalfa (56 percent)*
  • DEM Audrey Denney (44 percent)

District 2:

  • DEM Jared Huffman (74 percent)*
  • REP Dale Mensing (26 percent)

District 3:

  • DEM John Garamendi (57 percent)*
  • REP Charlie Schaupp (43 percent)

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State Assembly (North State District Races

District 1:

  • REP Brian Dahle (65 percent)*
  • DEM Caleen Sisk (35 percent)

District 3:

  • REP James Gallagher (60 percent)*
  • DEM Sonia Aery (40 percent)

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State Senate (North State District Races) 

 

District 4:

  • REP James Nielsen (59 percent)*
  • DEM Phillip Kim (41 percent)
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For more details or more statewide election results click here.

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Chico City Council (Three open seats.) 

  • Kacey Reynolds (17 percent)*
  • Alex Brown (16 percent)*
  • Scott Huber (15 percent)* 

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Redding City Council (Three open seats.) 

  • Erin Resner (26 percent)*
  • Michael Dacquisto (23 percent)*
  • Kristen Schreder (18 percent)*

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For election results on races and measures in your county click on the name of your county below: