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GOVERNOR

 

IN THE STATEWIDE PRELIMINARY RACE, JERRY BROWN IS IN THE LEAD FOR STATE GOVERNOR WITH 54.5% OF THE POPULAR VOTE. NEEL KASHKARI FOLLOWS WITH 19%.

 

Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown                       54.5%                                               

(Party Preference: DEM)

Neel Kashkari                                              19.0%
(Party Preference: REP)

 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

GAVIN NEWSOM HAS 49.9% OF THE VOTE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, WHILE RON NEHRING HAS 23.2%

 

Gavin Newsom                                           49.9%

(Party Preference: DEM)

 

Ron Nehring                                                23.2%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

SECRETARY OF STATE

IN THE STATEWIDE PRELIMINARY RACE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, ALEX PADILLA IS AHEAD WITH 30.1% AND PETE PETERSON FOLLOWS CLOSE BEHIND WITH 29.6%.

 

Alex Padilla                                                  30.1%

(Party Preference: DEM)

Pete Peterson                                             29.6%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

 

 

CONTROLLER

Ashley Swearengin                                    24.4%

(Party Preference: REP)

John A. Pérez                                               21.7%

(Party Preference: DEM)

 

TREASURER

John Chiang                                                 55.1%

(Party Preference: DEM

Greg Conlon                                                 38.4%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Kamala D. Harris                                        53.1%

(Party Preference: DEM)

Ronald Gold                                                 12.7%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

Dave Jones                                                   53.1%

(Party Preference: DEM)

Ted Gaines 41.6%                                      41.6%

(Party Preference: REP)

 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Tom Torlakson                                            46.9%

Marshall Tuck                                              28.6%

 

 

 

 

STATE BALLOT MEASURES

 

PROP 41 Veterans Housing & Homeless Bond Act of 2014

 

IN THE PRELIMINARY RACE, PROPOSITION 41 WAS PASSED BY 65.4%.  ALLOWING BONDS TO BE UTILIZED TO RELIEVE HOMELESSNESS AND AFFORDABLE RENTAL AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES.

 

Yes 65.4%

 

PROP 42 Public Records. Open Meetings. Reimbursements.

 

IN THE PRELIMINARY RACE, PROPOSITION 42 PASSED BY 61.5%. THIS CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT MAKES IT NECESSARY FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH STATE PUBLIC RECORDS AND FORCES THEM TO ABSORB THE COST OF THAT COMPLIANCE.

 

Yes 61.5%

United States Representative District 20

 

Ronald Paul Kabat                          25.8%

Sam Farr                                                       74.2%

 

State Senator District 12

 

Anthony Cannella                                      64.4%

Shawn K. Bagley                                         35.6%

 

Member of the State Assembly District 29

 

Palmer Kain                                                 31.2%

Mark Stone                                                  68.8%

 

Member of the State Assembly District 30

 

Luis Alejo                                                      57.9%

Mark Starritt                                               42.1%

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