Voter Guide

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.

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.

Top Two Local Election Results: 

Sacramento County Board of Supervisors 

District 3

Rich Desmond (NPP) 32,075 (42%)
Gregg Fishman (Dem) 19,446 (25%)

District 4

*Sue Frost (Rep) 54,073 (75%) Won
Bridget Duffy (NPP) 17,494 (24%)


Sacramento City Council

District 2

Allen Warren (Dem) 3,210 (39%)
Sean Loloee (Dem) 2,191 (26%)
*Lamar Jefferson (Rep) 834 (10%)


Top Two Federal Election Results:

President

Republican

*Donald J. Trump (Rep) 102,666 (91%)
Joe Walsh (Rep) 3,181 (2%)

Statewide

Trump – 2,250,102 (92%)
Weld – 66,477 (3%)

Democratic

Bernie Sanders (Dem) 78,517 (33%)
Joseph R. Biden (Dem) 69,700 (29%)

Statewide

Sanders – 2,025,915 (36%)
Biden – 1,586,980 (28%)


Congress

District 3

*Tamika Hamilton (Rep) 2,508 (31%)
John Garamendi (Dem) 3,967 (49%)

Districtwide

*Hamilton – 48,926 (28%)
Garamendi – 102,020 (58%)

District 6

*Christine Bish (Rep) 22,335 (14%)
Doris Matsui (Dem) 111,566 (71%)

Districtwide

*Bish – 24,151 (14%)
Matsui – 118,470 (70%)

District 7

*Robert “Buzz” Patterson (Rep) 70,803 (34%)
Ami Bera (Dem) 106,124 (50%)

District 9

Tony Amador (Rep) 2,990 (44%)
Jerry McNerney (Dem) 2,826 (42%)

Districtwide

Amador – 42,966 (30%)
McNerney – 80,135 (57%)

*Endorsed by SacCountyGOP

 

Top Two State Election Results:

Assembly

District 6

*Kevin Kiley (Rep) 26,105 (56%)
Jackie Smith (Dem) 20,633 (44%)

Districtwide:

Kiley – 103,253 (58%)
Smith – 74,159 (42%)

District 8

*Cathy Cook (Rep) 55,376 (43%)
Ken Cooley (Dem) 73,444 (57%)

District 9

*Eric Rigard (Rep) 25,018 (25%)
Jim Cooper (Dem) 45,310 (46%)

Districtwide:

*Rigard – 33,416 (29%)
Cooper – 50,259 (44%)


Senate

District 1

*Brian Dahle (Rep) 26,748 (54%)
Pamela Dawn Swartz (Dem) 20,163 (40%)

Districtwide:

*Dahle – 199,344 (58%)
Swartz – 124,502 (36%)

District 3

*Carlos Santamaria (Write-in Rep) Unknown
Bill Dodd (Dem) 1,009 (100%)

Districtwide:

*Carlos Santamaria (Write-in Rep) Unknown
Bill Dodd (Dem) 203,824 (100%)

District 5

Jim Ridenour (Rep) 1,843 (27%)
Susan Eggman (Dem) 1,870 (27%)
*Jesus Andrade (Rep) 1,405 (20%)

Districtwide:

Jim Ridenour (Rep) 46,100 (25%)
Susan Eggman (Dem) 65,054 (35%)
*Jesus Andrade (Rep) 30,447 (16%)


 

Proposition 13 (School Construction Bond)

*No – 209,454 (53%)
Yes – 184,429 (47%)

Statewide

*No – 4,789,876 (53%)
Yes – 4,223,179 (47%)

*Endorsed by SacCountyGOP

 

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Ballot Measures for November 3 General Election

Attorney General Title & SCRP Position

  • Referendum to Overturn a 2018 Law that Replaced Money Bail System with a System Based on Public Safety Risk (Text)
    SacCountyGOP Position: No (vote “No” to support the bail bond system)
  • Restricts Parole for Non-Violent Offenders. Authorizes Felony Sentences for Certain Offenses Currently Treated Only as Misdemeanors (Text)
    SacCountyGOP Position: Yes (vote “Yes” to provide stricter penalties for violent crimes)
    For more information visit: keepcalsafe.org
  • Requires Certain Commercial and Industrial Real Property to be Taxed Based on Fair-Market Value. Dedicates Portion of Any Increased Revenues to Education and Local Services. (Text)
    SacCountyGOP Position: No (vote “No” to support Proposition 13)
    For more information visit: stophigherpropertytaxes.org

Initiative and Referendum Proposals Pending Review by the Attorney General

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