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2016 Local Election Results-updated

Local Election results-  Updated: Monday, November 28, 2016, 2:30pm.

Update: Dave Roberts has conceeded the election to Kristen Gaspar in the County Board of Supervisors, District 3.

San Diego County CA— It was a good night to be an incumbent in Oceanside, even one who had passed away before the election as they all kept their seats.

Mayor Jim Wood retained his seat easily while it appears Esther Sanchez and Jack Feller will hold on to their seats despite the efforts of a newspaper, started just before the election, with the apparent purpose to unseat the two.

The late Gary Ernst, who passed away in September defeated Nadine Scott for Oceanside City Treasurer. Oceanside City councilmember, Jerry Kern called on voters to elect the late treasurer saying, ” Ms. Scott does not get to win by default because her opponent passed away. This is the process that must be followed according to state law. If Ms. Scott is trying to say anything different, it demonstrates her lack of knowledge regarding the law and once again demonstrates her lack of qualification. She is not qualified to be Treasurer and it is in the city’s best interest for the voters to select Mr. Ernst in order for the City Council to select a qualified Treasurer to replace him.”  Ms. Scott had stated that she is very qualified and Mr. Kern was trying to disenfranchise voters.

In Carlsbad, despite the bad feeling towards council members handling of Measure “A” the mall on the lagoon, Keith Blackburn and Cori Schumacher will probably retain their seats on the council with just over 92% of the ballots counted.

The Vista City Council race was too close to call with five votes separating Dale Pilat and Joe Green for the second place spot but Green has increased his lead as vote counting continues. The top vote getter, in the choose two election, is Amanda Rigby,

Turned out it was a good night for the incumbent  US Representative from the 49th district, Darrell Issa(R) as he defeated  Colonel Doug Applegate(D)after  the challenger had a sizable lead, in the San Diego county votes, over Issa for the House Seat with 63% of the vote was counted in the county. Issa surged ahead in late vote counting and Orange County voters ultimately giving Issa another term.

Dave Roberts has conceeded the election to Kristen Gaspar in the County Board of Supervisors, District 3.

The passage of Prop 64, legalization of recreational marijuana, may keep some of the voters in California who promised to leave the country if Donald Trump became President and it may ease the pain of Charger fans losing the team because of the failed stadium initiative in San Diego. The plastic bag ban is leading in a vote that switched throughout the night. Cigarettes, vaping and other tobacco will cost more with the new cigarette tax passing overwhelmingly.

Measure MM, the close to half a billion dollar bond for MiraCosta College was approved and Measure B, the Lilac Hills Development project went down to defeat by a wide margin.

 

U.S. Senate (San Diego Co. Portion Only)  30.3% reporting

KAMALA D. HARRIS- 177254    62.87%
LORETTA L. SANCHEZ- 104698 37.13%

US Representative – 49th Dist 100%

DARRELL ISSA  93,696 51%
DOUG APPLEGATE  89,717 49%

State Assembly – 75th District (San Diego Co. Portion Only) 46.2%

MARIE WALDRON- 34911 77%
ANDREW MASIEL SR.- 21039 36.86%

State Assembly – 76th District (San Diego Co. Portion Only) 25%

ROCKY CHAVEZ- 27390 60.49%
THOMAS E. KROUSE- 17891 39.51%

Board Of Supervisors District No. 3 100%

DAVE ROBERTS 64,564 51%
KRISTIN GASPAR 62,271 49%

Tri-City Healthcare- Top four- 52%

LEIGH ANNE GRASS 22,464 18%
LARRY W SCHALLOCK 16,768 14%
ROSEMARIE V. RENO 16,494 13%
JULIE NYGAARD 13,828 11%
RAMONA FINNILA 12,823 10%
DAN HUGHES 11,539 9%
DONNA RENCSAK 11,275 9%
FRANK GOULD 9,574 8%
MARGGIE CASTELLANO 8,742 7%

City Of Oceanside Mayor- 100%

JIM WOOD 23,274 64%
JIM GIBSON 8,563 24%
CYNTHIA ROCCO 1,981 5%
RICK KRATCOSKI 1,459 4%
GEORGEO KERPANI 1,056 3%

City Of Oceanside City Council- Top Two 100%

ESTHER SANCHEZ 15,013 24%
JACK FELLER 13,679 22%
LINDA GONZALES 10,661 17%
STEVE HASTY 8,148 13%
VICTOR ROY 6,265 10%
WARD ODOHERTY 6,261 10%
DANIEL DUMOUCHEL 1,719 3%

City of Oceanside City Clerk 68.4%

Zack Beck- 15654   100%

City of Oceanside City Treasurer 100%

GARY M. ERNST 17,659 53%
NADINE SCOTT 15,625 47%

City Of Carlsbad City Council- Top two- 100%

KEITH BLACKBURN 12,467 24%
CORI SCHUMACHER 10,471 20%
LORRAINE M. WOOD 10,398 20%
ANN TANNER 8,708 17%
BILL FOWLER 4,618 9%
MELANIE BURKHOLDER 2,905 6%
BRANDON ROWLEY 2,395 5%

City Of Encinitas Mayor 100%

CATHERINE BLAKESPEAR 11,848 67%
PAUL GASPAR 5,774 33%

City Of Encinitas City Council- Top three 100%

TONY KRANZ 8,422 23%
T. BOERNER HORVATH 7,878 22%
MARK MUIR 7,567 21%
TONY BRANDENBURG 6,335 17%
PHIL GRAHAM 6,063 17%

City of Vista City Council- Top Two 100% reporting

AMANDA RIGBY 5,125 20%
JOE GREEN 4,523 18%
DALE PILAT 4,167 16%
CODY W. CAMPBELL 4,128 16%
ERUBEY LOPEZ 3,323 13%
TOM FLEMING 2,962 12%
VICTORIA WAUFLE 1,532 6%

City of San Marcos City Council- Top two

REBECCA D. JONES 7,393 38%
SHARON JENKINS 6,420 33%
MATT STACK 3,029 15%
RJ HERNANDEZ 2,754 14%

PROP 51 STATE SCHOOL BONDS 100%

YES 4,668,913 54%
NO 3,981,402 46%

PROP 52 STATE MEDI-CAL HOSPITAL FEE 100%

NO 4,314,719 51%
YES 4,072,369 49%

PROP 53 STATE REVENUE BONDS100%

YES 248,840 51%
NO 242,309 49%

PROP 54 STATE LEGISLATURE – POSTING ONLINE 100%

YES 5,386,115 64%
NO 2,991,115 36%

PROP 55 STATE INCOME TAX EXTENSION 100%

YES 5,357,372 62%
NO 3,268,226 38%

PROP 56 STATE CIGARETTE TAX 100%

YES 5,557,930 63%
NO 3,275,900 37%

PROP 57 STATE CRIMINAL SENTENCE 100%

YES 5,501,627 64%
NO 3,150,477 36%

PROP 58 STATE ENGLISH PROFICIENCY 100%

YES 6,253,409 72%
NO 2,378,918 28%

PROP 59 STATE LEGISLATIVE – CAMPAIGN REGULATIONS 100%

YES 4,298,241 52%
NO 3,916,276 48%

PROP 60 STATE ADULT FILMS 100%

NO 4,559,655 54%
YES 3,893,307 46%

PROP 61 STATE PRESCRIPTION DRUG PURCHASES 100%

NO 4,575,792 54%
YES 3,937,854 46%

PROP 62 STATE DEATH PENALTY REPEAL 100%

NO 4,656,082 54%
YES 3,976,418 46%

PROP 63 STATE FIREARMS, AMMUNITION SALES 100%

YES 5,457,640 63%
NO 3,257,693 37%

PROP 64 STATE MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION 100%

YES 4,963,501 56%
NO 3,893,594 44%

PROP 65 STATE CARRYOUT BAGS CHARGES 100%

NO 4,745,170 55%
YES 3,829,792 45%

PROP 66 STATE DEATH PENALTY PROCEDURES 100%

YES 4,215,465 51%
NO 4,063,345 49%

PROP 67 STATE BAN ON SINGLE-USE PLASTIC BAGS 100%

YES 4,479,601 52%
NO 4,141,439 48%

MEASURE A S.D. COUNTY: ROAD REPAIR, TRANSIT, WATER QUALITY 100%

YES 385,700 57%
NO 290,543 43%

MEASURE B S.D. COUNTY: LILAC HILLS RANCH DEVELOPMENT 100%

NO 409,130 64%
YES 227,993 36%

MEASURE C S.D. CITY: CHARGERS’ STADIUM INITIATIVE 100%

NO 168,677 57%
YES 127,433 43%

MEASURE O CARLSBAD: GENERAL FUND FOR FIRE STATION 100%

YES 22,794 71%
NO 9,131 29%

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