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County and state election results

(LAUREN WILSON/The Stanford Daily)

United States Congressional District – CA 18

As of 8:03 a.m., Anna Eshoo (D – I) has 69.9 percent of the district vote, defeating Dave Chapman (R) who has 30.1 percent (146,994 to 63,211 votes), with 100.0 percent of precincts reporting.

 

United States Senate

As of 8:03 a.m., Dianne Feinstein ’55 (D-I) has defeated Elizabeth Emken (R) with 61.4 percent of the vote to Emken’s 38.9 percent (5,613,610 to 3,528,510 votes). 100.0 percent of precincts are reporting.

 

California State Assembly District 24

As of 8:03 a.m., Richard Gordon (D-I) has defeated Chengzhi Yang (R) 70.0 percent to 30.0 percent (81,615 to 35,003 votes), with 100.0 percent of precincts reporting.

 

California State Senate District 13

As of 8:03 a.m., Jerry Hill (D) head defeated Sally Lieber (D) 66.9 percent to 33.1 percent (157,790 to 78,045 votes), with 100.0 percent of precincts reporting.

 

Santa Clara County Board of Education

As of 2:30 a.m., Grace Mah is leading Dave Cortright in the Board of Education Trustee Area 1 race 66.97 percent to 33.03 percent (31,634 to 15,600), with 104 of 138 precincts reporting.

 

Board of Foothill-DeAnza Community College District

As of 2:30 a.m., the three leaders in the Foothill-DeAnza Community College District are Laura Casas Frier (34.09 percent – 54,882 votes), Betsy Bechtel (28.38 percent – 45,692 votes) and Joan Barram (25.23 percent – 40,613 votes). Geby Espinosa is trailing with 12.29 percent (19,787 votes) with 174 of 226 precincts reporting.

 

Board of Palo Alto Unified School District

As of 2:30 a.m., the three leaders for the Palo Alto Unified School District are Melissa Baten Caswell (27.64 percent – 11,461 votes), Camille Townsend (26.26 percent – 10,891 votes) and Heidi Emberling (24.16 percent – 10,020 votes). Ken Dauber is trailing with 21.93 percent (9,096 votes), with 29 of 45 precincts reporting.

 

Santa Clara County Measure A

The measure would up the sales tax one-eighth of a percent for 10 years, from 8.375 percent to 8.5 percent, raising $50 million for the county, if approved with a “Yes” vote.

 

As of 2:30 a.m., “Yes” is leading 56.16 percent to 43.84 percent (205,460 to 160,365 votes), with 757 of 1,000 precincts reporting.

 

Santa Clara County Measure B

The measure would continue special parcel taxes within the Santa Clara Valley Water District’s combined Flood Control Zone for 15 years, if approved with a “Yes” vote.

 

As of 2:30 a.m., “Yes” is leading 72.37 percent to 27.63 percent (260,057 to 99,279 votes), with 757 of 1,000 precincts reporting.

About Alice Phillips

Alice Phillips '15 is Managing Editor of News at The Stanford Daily. Previously, she worked as the paper's Deputy Editor, Chief Copy Editor, a News Desk Editor and a News Staff Writer. Alice is a biology major from Los Angeles, California.
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