EAST BAY ELECTION RESULTS (Certified Final)

REGISTRATION/TURNOUT
Alameda County……………………….VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Total Registration………………….814,009
Vote-By-Mail Ballots Cast……………227,583  27.96%
Election Day Ballots Cast……………139,016  17.08%
Total Ballots Cast………………….366,599  45.04%

CONGRESS
13th District………………………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Barbara Lee (I)…………………….168,491  88.48%
Dakin Sundeen……………………….21,940  11.52%

15th District………………………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%*
Eric Swalwell (I)……………………99,172  69.90%
Hugh Bussell………………………..42,778  30.10%
*including Contra Costa County

17th District………………………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Mike Honda (I)………………………68,502  51.80%
Ro Khanna…………………………..63,720  48.20%
*including Santa Clara County

CALIFORNIA STATE SENATE
10th District………………………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%*
Bob Wieckowski……………………..110,423  68.00%
Peter Kuo…………………………..51,924  32.00%
*including Santa Clara County

CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY
15th District………………………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Tony Thurmond……………………….63,725  53.90%
Elizabeth Echols…………………….54,446  46.10%

16th District………………………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%*
Catharine Baker……………………..68,598  51.50%
Tim Sbranti…………………………64,484  48.50%
*including Contra Costa County

18th District………………………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Rob Bonta (I)……………………….88,243  86.70%
David Erlich………………………..13,537  13.30%

20th District………………………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Bill Quirk (I)………………………56,144  71.84%
Jaime Patino………………………..22,007  28.16%

25th District………………………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%*
Kansen Chu………………………….56,371  69.40%
Bob Brunton…………………………24,894  30.60%
*including Santa Clara County

ALAMEDA COUNTY
Superintendent of Schools……………..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Karen Monroe……………………….152,442  56.33%
Helen Foster……………………….116,004  42.87%

BART Board of Directors – District 4……VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Robert Raburn (I)……………………39,538  54.58%
Lena Tam……………………………25,520  35.23%
Larry Lionel Young, Jr………………. 6,928   9.56%

AC Transit Board of Directors – At-Large..VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Joel Young (I)……………………..115,981  52.80%
Dollene Jones……………………….76,283  34.73%
Andrienne Andrews……………………25,632  11.67%
Write-In…………………………… 1,764   0.80%

Oro Loma Sanitary District – Pick 3…….VOTES….PCT
PRECINCTS REPORTING 100%
Howard Kerr (I)…………………….. 9,894  25.83%
Tim Becker (I)……………………… 9,863  25.75%
Shelia Young……………………….. 9,555  24.95%
Dan Walters………………………… 5,480  14.31%
Chike Udemezue……………………… 3,301   8.62%
Write-In……………………………   206   0.54%

ALAMEDA
Mayor……………………………….VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Trish Spencer……………………….10,488  50.13%
Marie Gilmore (I)……………………10,368  49.55%
Write-In……………………………    67   0.32%

City Council – Pick 2…………………VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Frank Matarrese……………………..11,103  36.30%
Jim Oddie…………………………..10,231  33.45%
Stewart Chen (I)……………………. 9,133  29.79%
Write-In……………………………   141   0.46%

BERKELEY
City Council – District 1……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Linda Maio (I)……………………… 3,035  54.54%
Alejandro Soto-Vigil………………… 2,261  40.63%
Merrilie Mitchell……………………   250   4.49%

City Council – District 4……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Jesse Arreguin (I)………………….. 2,301  95.40%
Write-In……………………………   111   4.60%

City Council – District 7……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Kriss Worthington (I)………………..   832  55.50%
Sean Barry………………………….   662  44.16%

City Council – District 8……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Lori Droste………………………… 1,314  29.15%
George Beier……………………….. 1,193  26.46%
Mike Alvarez Cohen………………….. 1,163  25.80%
Jacquelyn McCormick………………….   830  18.41%
Write-In……………………………     8   0.18%
Ranked Choice Final Round……………..VOTES….PCT
Lori Droste………………………….2,072  50.19%
George Beier…………………………2,056  49.81%

FREMONT
City Council – Pick 2…………………VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Lily Mei……………………………13,490  19.96%
Rick Jones………………………….12,296  18.20%
Raj Salwan (I)………………………11,428  16.91%
Dirk Lorenz………………………… 9,905  14.66%
David Bonaccorsi……………………. 7,024  10.39%
Rakesh Sharma………………………. 5,778   8.55%
Nancy Liu………………………….. 4,681   6.93%
Marty Froomin………………………. 1,719   2.54%
Syed Iqbal Ahmed……………………. 1,147   1.70%
Write-In……………………………   106   0.16%

HAYWARD
School Board – Pick 2…………………VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Lisa Brunner (I)…………………….13,462  41.90%
William McGee (I)…………………… 9,990  31.09%
Marita Cheng……………………….. 8,414  26.19%
Write-In……………………………   266   0.83%

OAKLAND
Mayor……………………………….VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Libby Schaaf………………………..29,983  29.43%
Jean Quan (I)……………………….15,724  15.43%
Rebecca Kaplan………………………14,608  14.34%
Dan Siegel………………………….13,045  12.80%
Joe Tuman…………………………..12,214  11.99%
Bryan Parker……………………….. 7,919   7.77%
Courtney Ruby………………………. 3,095   3.04%
Jason Anderson……………………… 1,543   1.51%
Charles Williams……………………. 1,041   1.02%
Ken Houston…………………………   514   0.50%
Peter Liu…………………………..   453   0.44%
Write-In……………………………   436   0.43%
Eric Wilson…………………………   385   0.38%
Patrick McCullough…………………..   360   0.35%
Nancy Sidebotham…………………….   265   0.26%
Saied Karamooz………………………   261   0.26%
Sam Washington (Write-In)…………….    33   0.03%
Ranked Choice Final Round……………..VOTES….PCT
Libby Schaaf………………………..48,806  63.20%
Rebecca Kaplan………………………28,421  36.80%

City Council – District 2……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Abel Guillen……………………….. 4,868  35.93%
Dana King………………………….. 4,448  32.83%
Andrew Park………………………… 2,590  19.12%
Kevin Blackburn…………………….. 1,294   9.55%
Ken Maxey…………………………..   310   2.29%
Ranked Choice Final Round……………..VOTES….PCT
Abel Guillen……………………….. 6,547  53.03%
Dana King………………………….. 5,800  46.97%

City Council – District 4……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Annie Campbell Washington…………….11,321  63.95%
Jill Broadhurst………………………5,322  30.06%
Paul Lim…………………………….1,005   5.68%

City Council – District 6……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Desley Brooks (I)…………………….4,759  42.60%
Shereda Nosakhare…………………….3,345  29.94%
Michael Johnson………………………1,928  17.26%
James Moore………………………….1,002   8.97%
Vicente Cruz (Write-In)……………….   82   0.73
Write-In…………………………….   56   0.50%
Ranked Choice Final Round……………..VOTES….PCT
Desley Brooks………………………..5,430  52.33%
Shereda Nosakhare…………………….4,946  47.67%

SAN LEANDRO
Mayor……………………………….VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Pauline Cutter……………………….7,864  48.46%
Diana Souza………………………….5,931  36.55%
Dan Dillman………………………….2,224  13.70%
Gregg Daly (write-in)…………………  124   0.76%
Write-In…………………………….   85   0.52%
Ranked Choice Final Round……………..VOTES….PCT
Pauline Cutter……………………….8,801  57.27%
Diana Souza………………………….6,566  42.73%

City Council – District 1……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Deborah Cox………………………….6,534  42.23%
Mike Katz-Lacabe……………………..3,470  22.42%
Ken Pon……………………………..3,347  21.63%
David Anderson, Sr……………………2,040  13.18%
Write-In…………………………….   83   0.54%
Ranked Choice Final Round……………..VOTES….PCT
Deborah Cox………………………….8,989  64.96%
Mike Katz-Lacabe……………………..4,799  35.04%

City Council – District 3……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Lee Thomas…………………………..7,649  53.67%
Victor Aguilar……………………….4,561  32.00%
Allen Schoenfeld……………………..1,923  13.49%
Write-In…………………………….  120   0.84%

City Council – District 5……………..VOTES….PCT
Precincts reporting 100%
Corina Lopez…………………………7,887  53.54%
Leah Hall……………………………3,475  23.59%
Mia Ousley…………………………..3,273  22.22%
Write-In…………………………….   97   0.66%

NOTABLE LOCAL TAX MEASURES
Measure BB – Alameda County
30-year, half-cent sales transportation tax
(2/3 MAJORITY NEEDED)
Precincts reporting 100%….VOTES….PCT
YES…………………..240,557  70.76%
NO…………………… 99,417  29.24%

Measure FF – Oakland
Citywide min. wage increase to $12.25/hr
(50%+1)
Precincts reporting 100%….VOTES….PCT
YES………………….. 77,183  81.77%
NO…………………… 17,204  18.23%

Measure Z – Oakland
Public safety parcel tax
(2/3 majority) 
Precincts reporting 100%….VOTES….PCT
YES………………….. 75,556  77.49%
NO…………………… 21,964  22.51%

Measure D – Berkeley
Soda tax
(50%+1)
Precincts reporting 100%….VOTES….PCT
YES………………….. 29,540  76.17%
NO……………………  9,243  23.83%

Measure HH – San Leandro

half-cent sales tax
(50%+1)
Precincts reporting 100%….VOTES….PCT
Yes………………….. 10,452  64.45%
No……………………  5,764  35.55%

Measure L – Hayward
School improvement bond
(55% majority)
Precincts reporting 100%….VOTES….PCT
Yes………………….. 17,976  77.35%
No……………………  5,263  22.65%



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54 replies

  1. I agree the voter turn out in 2016 will be much larger and much more progressive. This spells doom for Baker who won in an extremely low turn out year with a much higher percentage of conservative voters. I know my spouse and I will be voting in 2016 and will be voting for Tim Sbranti if he runs.

    As far as Robert Rayburn is concerned, he is a Democrat, was supported by most unions, and promised the BART unions he made a mistake and would work with them in helping secure a better contract next time.

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  2. So glad that we have dear Catharine Baker for the next 12 years. She will be with us for long time to come, and we are blessed.

    Also, great news that we have Bob Raburn back again. No more BART strikes with Bob at the helm!

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  3. To the above poster:

    You lost every statewide race, most local and county races, and by my count only won a couple races in all of the Bay Area. I love that you lost most of your races.

    More unions backed Raburn than backed Tam, and Raburn has admitted to bringing in the wrong labor negotiator that helped cause the strike. Baker will probably lose in 2016 when there will be a much larger and progressive turn-out.

    But I'm glad you are happy about your very small success rate. The sweet smell of victory was ours, and I think you know it, unless you are delusional. Are you?

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  4. Like the fact that the people's choice candidates, the union backed Democrats, won ALL the statewide races and most of the local ones in spite of the out-of town conservatives pouring millions of dollars into local and state races. Most of us liberals are very happy with the way the California elections went, including the dozens and dozens of bay area victories. The unions and environmentalists racked up huge wins. We will win even more in 2016 when we defeat Baker with a younger and more progressive turn out.

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