LIVE: Results for the 2018 California general election

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The Daily Californian will continually update this page as Alameda County’s results for the 2018 California general election come in. These numbers are based on unofficial results. Polls closed Nov. 6 about 8 p.m.

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Incumbents are indicated by an asterisk (*). Bolded indicates winner.

This article was last updated Nov. 6 about 2:10 a.m.

CITY

City Council, District 1

  • Rashi Kesarwani — 46.14 percent
  • Igor Tregub — 34.34 percent
  • Margo Schueler — 14.27 percent
  • Mary Behm-Steinberg — 5.13 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

City Council, District 4

  • Kate Harrison* — 52.62 percent
  • Ben Gould — 34.56 percent
  • Gregory Magofña — 12.63 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

City Council, District 7

  • Rigel Robinson — 55.37 percent
  • Cecilia Rosales — 35.12 percent
  • Aidan Hill — 9.3 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

City Council, District 8

  • Lori Droste* — 56.05 percent
  • Mary Kay Lacey — 31.3 percent
  • Alfred Twu — 9.25 percent
  • Russ Tilleman — 3.32 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

City Auditor

  • Jenny Wong — 91.5 percent
  • Vladislav Davidzon — 8.23 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

Rent Stabilization Board

  • James Chang* — 19.54 percent
  • Paola Laverde* — 16.9 percent
  • John Selawsky* — 15.07 percent
  • María Poblet* — 14.82 percent
  • Soli Alpert — 12.53 percent
  • Judy Hunt — 10.56 percent
  • David Buchanan — 6.66 percent
  • William “Three Hundred” Caldeira — 3.62 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

Berkeley Unified School District Board

  • Ty Alper* — 30.89 percent
  • Ka’dijah Brown — 30.17 percent
  • Julie Sinai — 25.94 percent
  • Dru Howard — 4.88 percent
  • Norma Harrison — 4.28 percent
  • Abdur Sikder — 3.66 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

COUNTY

Assessor

  • Phong La — 56.18 percent
  • James Johnson — 42.89 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

STATE

Governor

  • Gavin Newsom — 58 percent
  • John Cox — 42 percent

67.1 percent of precincts reported

Lieutenant Governor

  • Eleni Kounalakis — 56.5 percent
  • Ed Hernandez — 43.5 percent

67.1 percent of precincts reported

Secretary of State

  • Alex Padilla* — 60.3 percent
  • Mark Meuser — 39.7 percent

67.1 percent of precincts reported

Controller

  • Betty Yee* — 61.7 percent
  • Konstantinos Roditis — 38.3 percent

67.1 percent of precincts reported

Treasurer

  • Fiona Ma — 59.9 percent
  • Greg Conlon — 40.1 percent

67.1 percent of precincts reported

Attorney General

  • Xavier Becerra* — 59.3 percent
  • Steven Bailey — 40.7 percent

67.1 percent of precincts reported

Insurance Commissioner

  • Steven Poizner — 50.7 percent
  • Ricardo Lara — 49.3 percent

67.3 percent of precincts reported

Board of Equalization, District 2

  • Malia Cohen — 69 percent
  • Mark Burns — 31 percent

81.5 percent of precincts reported

State Assembly District 15

  • Buffy Wicks — 56.9 percent
  • Jovanka Beckles — 43.1 percent

76.8 percent of precincts reported

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

  • Marshall Tuck — 51.4 percent
  • Tony Thurmond — 48.6 percent

67.3 percent of precincts reported

JUDICIAL

Supreme Court Associate

  • Carol Corrigan* — Yes (72.2 percent)
  • Leondra Kruger* — Yes (71.6 percent)

67.3 percent of precincts reported

Court of Appeal First District, Division 1

  • James Humes* — Yes (75.4 percent)
  • Sandra Margulies* — Yes (76.4 percent)

90.3 percent of precincts reported

Court of Appeal First District, Division 2

  • James Richman* — Yes (68.7 percent)
  • Marla Miller* — Yes (74.9 percent)

90.3 percent of precincts reported

Court of Appeal First District, Division 3

  • Peter Siggins* — Yes (74.5 percent)

90.3 percent of precincts reported

Court of Appeal First District, Division 4

  • Jon Streeter* — Yes (75.1 percent)
  • Alison Tucher* — Yes (80.1 percent)

90.3 percent of precincts reported

Court of Appeal First District, Division 5

  • Barbara Jones* — Yes (82 percent)

90.3 percent of precincts reported

FEDERAL

U.S. Senator

  • Dianne Feinstein* — 53.9 percent
  • Kevin de León — 46.1 percent

67.3 percent of precincts reported

U.S. Representative District 13

  • Barbara Lee* — 87.4 percent
  • Laura Wells — 12.6 percent

60.4 percent of precincts reported

CITY MEASURES

Measure O — YES

  • Yes: 75.88 percent
  • No: 24.12 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

Measure P — YES

  • Yes: 70.59 percent
  • No: 29.41 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

Measure Q — YES

  • Yes: 69.44 percent
  • No: 30.56 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

Measure R — YES

  • Yes: 82.86 percent
  • No: 17.14 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

COUNTY MEASURES

Measure FF — YES

  • Yes: 85.44 percent
  • No: 14.56 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

Measure E — YES

  • Yes: 81.03 percent
  • No: 18.97 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

Measure G — YES

  • Yes: 74.48 percent
  • No: 25.52 percent

100 percent of precincts reported

STATE PROPOSITIONS

Proposition 1 — YES

  • Yes: 52.9 percent
  • No: 47.1 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 2 — YES

  • Yes: 60 percent
  • No: 40 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 3 — NO

  • Yes: 47.3 percent
  • No: 52.7 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 4 — YES

  • Yes: 59 percent
  • No: 41 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 5 — NO

  • Yes: 42.4 percent
  • No: 57.6 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 6 — NO

  • Yes: 44.8 percent
  • No: 55.2 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 7 — YES

  • Yes: 60.8 percent
  • No: 39.2 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 8 — NO

  • Yes: 38.2 percent
  • No: 61.8 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 10 — NO

  • Yes: 36.4 percent
  • No: 63.6 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 11 — YES

  • Yes: 61.3 percent
  • No: 38.7 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

Proposition 12 — YES

  • Yes: 59.9 percent
  • No: 40.1 percent

52.9 percent of precincts reported

The listed results for federal, state and judicial positions, as well as state measures, are based on voting data from all relevant California voters. The results for city and county positions, as well as city and county measures, are based on voting data from Alameda County voters.

Harini Shyamsundar is the editor in chief and president and Chantelle Lee is the managing editor. Contact them at [email protected].