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Election Results

View the results in Sacramento County at this link.
Next update will be Thursday, Dec. 2 at 4pm. 
Click here to see What’s Left to Process in Sac County.

Statewide election results are available on the Secretary of State’s website at this link.

Too Close to Call:
Anna Rohrbough (Folsom City Council 5) beating Howell by 265 votes
Natalee Price (Citrus Heights City Council 5) behind Middleton by 30 votes
Jane Lopez-Taff (Citrus Heights City Council 2) beating Nishimura by 17 votes
Galt City Councilman Rich Lozano is leading Tom Silva by 19 votes

Local Candidates

Pat Hume – Sacramento County Board of Supervisors – 5

Marijane Lopez-Taff – Citrus Heights City Council – 2 (Winning)
Jayna Karpinski-Costa – Citrus Heights City Council – 4 (Won)
Natalee Price – Citrus Heights City Council – 5 (Too Close to Call)
Michelle Kile – Elk Grove City Council – 2
Mike Kozlowski – Folsom City Council – 1 (Won)
Anna Rohrbough – Folsom City Council – 5 (Winning)
Shawn Farmer – Galt City Council (Won)
Rich Lozano – Galt City Council (Winning but Close)
Thomas Silva – Galt City Council (Too Close to Call)
Linda Budge – Rancho Cordova City Council (Won)

​School Board Candidates

Nancy Anderson – Center Unified School District (Won)
Howard Ballin – Center Unified School District (Won)
Jon Fenske – Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District (Won)
Jean Pagnone – Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District (Won)
Jason Walker – Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District (Won)
Jennifer Tarbox – Folsom Cordova School District Area 1
Jen Laret – Folsom Cordova School District Area 5 (Won)
Justin Bailey – Los Rios Community College Trustee – 1
Megan Allen – Natomas Unified School District Area 1
Tanya Kravchuk – San Juan School District Area 5 (Won)
Steve Miller – San Juan School District Area 7 (Won)

Special District Candidates

Daniel Langan – Cordova Rec & Park – Area 5 (Won)
Garett McDermid – Fair Oaks Rec & Park District
Jay Martinez – Orangevale Rec & Park – Short Term
Jay Boatwright – Sac Suburban Water Division 2 (Won)
Manuel Zamorano – San Juan Water Division 5 (Won)

Congressman-Elect Kevin Kiley

Congressman-Elect Kevin Kiley

for Congress - District 3

Kiley – 148,103 (53%)
Jones – 132,576 (47%)

Results

Tamika Hamilton

Tamika Hamilton

for Congress - District 6

Hamilton – 82,479 (44%)
Bera – 103,634 (56%)

Results

Max Semenenko

Max Semenenko

for Congress - District 7

Semenenko – 55,382 (32%)
Matsui – 119,664 (68%)

Results

Senator-Elect Roger Niello

Senator-Elect Roger Niello

for State Senate - District 6

Niello – 162,945 (55%)
Villescaz – 131,712 (45%)

Results

Cathy Cook

Cathy Cook

for Assembly - District 6

Cook – 44,313 (35%)
McCarty – 82,411 (65%)

Results

Josh Hoover

Josh Hoover

for Assembly - District 7

Hoover – 73,100 (51%)
Cooley – 71,532 (49%)

Results

Assemblyman Heath Flora

Assemblyman Heath Flora

for Assembly - District 9

Flora – 92,526 (69%)
Tahirkheli – 41,373 (31%)

Results

Member Ted Gaines

Member Ted Gaines

for Re-Election Bd of Equalization - District 1

Gaines – 1,309,395 (56%)
Altamirano – 1,038,258 (44%)

Results

Congress

State Senate

State Assembly

November 2022 Ballot Measures – Live Results

Below are the results as of Nov. 23 and SacCountyGOP positions taken on local and statewide ballot measures. 

Prop   1Yes 67% – Oppose – Abortion Constitutional Amendment 
Prop 26No 67% – Neutral – In Person Sports Wagering 
Prop 27No 82% – Oppose – Online Sports Wagering 
Prop 28Yes 64% – Neutral – Funding for Arts & Music
Prop 29No 68% – Oppose – Kidney Dialysis Requirements 
Prop 30No 58% – Oppose – Income Tax Increase 
Prop 31Yes 64% – Oppose – Flavored Tobacco Ban Referendum 

Positions on local ballot measures: Live Results

Measure A – No 55% – Oppose – Countywide transportation tax 
Measure B – *Yes 53% – Oppose – County Cannabis expansion to unincorporated areas and tax
Measure D – Yes 60% – Neutral – Low income housing construction
Measure E – Yes 54% – Oppose – Elk Grove City Sales Tax Increase
Measure G – *Yes 67% – Neutral – Carmichael Rec & Park Bond
Measure J – **Yes 61% – Oppose – Twin Rivers School District Bond
Measure K – **Yes 56% – Oppose – Twin Rivers School District Bond
Measure L – Yes 62% – Oppose – Sacramento City Cannabis tax
Measure M – Yes 67% – Neutral – Sacramento City Redistricting
Measure N – Yes 70% – Neutral – Tourism revenue
Measure O – Yes 52% – Support – Sacramento City Emergency Shelter Enforcement Act
Measure P – **Yes 50% – Oppose – Elverta School District Bond
Measure Q – Yes 52% – Oppose – Galt City Sales Tax Increase
Measure R – *No 58% – Oppose – Rancho Murieta Parcel Tax Increase

* 66.67% vote required for passage
** 55% vote required for passage

Issues with your ballot? Call the Sacramento County Voter Registration and Elections toll-free voter assistance hotline at (800) 762-8019.

Questions about voting or running for office? Call Sacramento County Elections (916) 875-6451

Need to visit the Elections office? Sacramento County Elections – 7000 65th Street, Sacramento

2022 Election Resources

Search for federal candidates who have filed to raise money on the FEC website.

Visit this link to view the list of candidates who have set up committees to raise funds for State office.

Find out about city elections by contacting the City Clerk – this link lists all City Clerks in Sacramento County.

 

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