Election Results

Graphic by Jessica Silva.

Election Day has come and gone, but the wait for some results continue! This past Tuesday was Election Day, and although many people in California and across the United States voted in-person, others still have mail-in ballots postmarked before the November 3rd deadline and are on their way to be counted. 

Here are the results we have so far in regards to the election races featured in our 2020 California's Voter Guide.


Prop 14: Authorizes bonds to continue funding stem cell and other medical research.

Yes 51.1%

No  48.9%

Prop 15: Increases funding for public schools, community colleges, and local government services by changing tax assessment of commercial and industrial property.

Yes  48%

No  52%

Prop 16: Would fully repeal Proposition 209 which currently prohibits against affirmative action, which has been illegal since 1996.

Yes  42.8%

No  57.2%

Prop 17: Restores right to vote to prisoners after completion of prison term and let parolees run for office so long as they’re both registered to vote and haven’t been convicted of perjury or bribery. 

Yes  58.6%

No  41.4%

Prop 18: Would authorize a U.S citizen, who is 17 years of age, is a resident of the state, and will be at least 18 years of age at the time of the next general election, to vote in any primary or special election that occurs before the next general election in which the citizen would be eligible to vote if at least 18 years of age. 

Yes  44%

No  56%

Prop 19: Change certain property tax rules where senior homeowners, disabled individuals, and natural disaster victims would be able to keep a lower property tax rate when they buy a new home and would grant eligible homeowners more freedom to move without relinquishing tax benefits.

Yes  51.1%

No  48.9%

Prop 20: Restricts parole for non-violent offenders and would authorize felony sentences for certain offenses currently treated only as misdemeanors

Yes  38.3%

No  61.7%

Prop 21: Expands local governments’ authority to enact rent control on residential property.

Yes  40.1%

No  59.9%

Prop 22: 2Exempts app-based transportation and delivery companies from providing employee benefits to certain drivers.

Yes  58.6%

No  41.4%

Prop 23: Authorizes state regulation of kidney dialysis clinics and establishes minimum staffing and other requirements. 

Yes  36.6%

No  63.4%

Prop 24: Amends consumer privacy laws.

Yes 56.2%

No  43.8%

Prop 25: Referendum to overturn a 2018 law that replaced money bail system with a system based on public safety risk.

Yes  43.6%

No  56.4%

Results from The Associated Press.

Presidential Race 

Joe Biden   81,283,485 (popular vote); 306 (electoral vote)

Donald Trump  74,223,744 (popular vote); 232 (electoral vote)

Results from The Associated Press.

Congressional Races

District 9

Jerry McNerney (D)  57.6%

Antonio "Tony" Amador (R) 42.4%

District 10

Josh Harder (D) 55.2%

Ted Howze (R) 44.8%

District 16

Jim Costa (D) 59.4%

Kevin Cookingham (R) 40.6%

District 21

TJ Cox (D) 49.6%

David Valadao (R) 50.4%

District 22

Phil Arballo (D) 45.8%

Devin Nunes (R) 54.2%

Results from The Associated Press.

Senate Race

District 5

Susan Talamantes Eggman (D) 56.94%

Jim Ridenour (R) 43.06%

Assembly Races

District 12

Paul Akinjo (D) 39.82%

Heath Flora (R) 60.18%

District 13

Kathy Miller (D) 48.42%

Carlos Villapudua (D) 51.58%

Results from Registrar of Voters: San Joaquin County.

Turlock City Elections

City Council Race

District 2

Gil Esquer  28.05%

Rebecka Monez  49.77%

Ruben T. Wegner  22.18%

District 4

Robert N. Puffer  36.94%

Pam Franco  63.06%

City Treasury

Matt Beekman  49.51%

Diana Lewis  50.49%

Results from Registrar of Voters: Stanislaus County.

The results will continue to be updated as ballots continue to be counted.

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