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Final March 3rd Election Results – 50% Turnout

We are very pleased with the results from the March 3rd election with all of our Sacramento-based state and federal candidates voted into the top two run-off in November. Congrats to Supervisor Sue Frost who was recognized for her hard work on behalf of her constituents, winning re-election with a commanding 75% lead over her opponent.

Of the 210,222 registered Republican voters in Sacramento County, 56.67% cast ballots. Democrat turnout was 59.08% and No Party Preference (NPP) was 29.94%. We need to improve the Republican turnout in the General Election. If we do, we can gain some seats.

The Governor extended the time period to count results statewide by 21 days. Below you will see the final results in Sacramento County, with district-wide results noted for multi-county districts. If our candidate is not expected to make it into the November election, they are still listed and we thank them for stepping up.

Click here for a complete list of Sacramento County election results.

November Election Calendar of Important Dates

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Ballot Measures for November 3 General Election

The CAGOP Initiatives Committees will meet virtually on July 23rd to consider additional statewide ballot measures. CAGOP Delegates will have an opportunity to vote on the Committee’s recommendations. Below are positions taken to date by the CAGOP (California Republican Party) and SCRP (Sacramento County Republican Party). Positions on the remaining measures will be made at the August 19 SCRP Meeting.

Attorney General Title & SCRP Position

  • Proposition 14 (Bonds for Research) Authorizes Bonds to Continue Funding Stem Cell and Other
    Medical Research. Initiative Statute. (SCRP – Oppose)
     
  • Proposition 15 (Split Roll Tax) Increases Funding for Public Schools, Community Colleges, and Local Government Services by Changing Tax Assessment of Commercial and Industrial Property. Initiative Constitutional Amendment. (No on Split-Roll Tax – SCRP/CAGOP Oppose)
     
  • Proposition 16 (Affirmative Action) Government preferences. (ACA 5, Resolution Chapter 23, Statutes of 2020)
  • Proposition 17 (Voting Rights for Parolees) Elections: disqualification of electors. (ACA 6, Resolution Chapter 24, Statutes of 2020) (SCRP Oppose)
     
  • Proposition 18 (Voting Rights for 17-Year-Olds) Elections: voting age. (ACA 4, Resolution Chapter 30, Statutes of 2020) (SCRP Oppose)
     
  • Proposition 19 (Tax Base Protection) The Home Protection for Seniors, Severely Disabled, Families, and Victims of Wildfire or Natural Disasters Act. (ACA 11, Resolution Chapter 31, Statutes of 2020)
  • Proposition 20 (Public Safety) Restricts Parole for Non-Violent Offenders. Authorizes Felony Sentences for Certain Offenses Currently Treated Only as Misdemeanors. Initiative Statute. (Keep California Safe Act – SCRP/CAGOP Support)
     
  • Proposition 21 (Rent Control) Expands Local Governments’ Authority to Enact Rent Control on Residential Property. Initiative Statute. (SCRP Oppose)
     
  • Proposition 22 (AB 5 Carve Out) Changes Employment Classification Rules for App-Based Transportation and Delivery Drivers. Initiative Statute. (SCRP Support)
     
  • Proposition 23 (Kidney Dialysis) Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics. Establishes Minimum Staffing and Other Requirements. Initiative Statute.
  • Proposition 24 (Digital Privacy) Amends Consumer Privacy Laws. Initiative Statute.
  • Proposition 25 (Bail Bonds) Referendum to Overturn a 2018 Law That Replaced Money Bail System With a System Based on Public Safety Risk. (Vote “No” to support the bail bond system – SCRP/CAGOP Supports “No”)