THE MARCH 2020 PRIMARY

Berkeley, Albany, and Emeryville
Voted for these Candidates and Measures

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Certified Final Results for the March 3 2020 Election.
Estimated population of Alameda County 2018  1,666,753
Registered Voters in Alameda County  918,124
Total ballots cast 469,968  51.19%

CANDIDATES
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United States Representative District 13
Barbara Lee* Democratic, United States Representative 92.55%
Nikka Piterman Republican, Teacher/Software Engineer 7.45 %

State Senator District 9
Nancy Skinner* Democratic, State Senator, 9th District 99.95 %
Jamie Dluzak .05%

State Assembly Member District 15
Buffy Wicks* Democratic, Assembly Member 86.42 %
Jeanne M. Solnordal Republican, Broker/Business Owner  5.51%
Sara Brink No Party Preference, Filmmaker 8.07 %

Judge. Seat 2, Alameda Superior Court
Lilla Julia Szelenyi  Worker’s compensation judge 20.66 %
Elena Condes   Private Criminal Defense Attorney / Trial Attorney. 41.18 %
Mark Fickes  Law firm partner 38.16 %

Supervisor, District 5, Alameda County
Keith Carson* Supervisor for Alameda County’s Fifth District 79.71 %
Nick Pilch  ex Mayor of Albany 20.29 %

* Incumbent

PROPOSITIONS AND MEASURES
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State of California
Proposition 13    Bonds for Schools and Colleges Yes 46.9% / No 53.1 %

Pros & Cons for Local Measures 3-2020

Alameda County
Measure C  Care, preschool, and early education for children, and health care for children and young adults. A transactions and use tax.
Yes 64.35 %  / No 35.65 %
Needs majority Yes votes to pass

Albany
Measure B  Renewing an expiring $318 annual parcel tax
Yes 83.16 % / No 16.84 %
Needs 2/3 majority Yes votes to pass.

Berkeley Unified School District
Measure E  Retain qualified teachers, prevent shortages of essential school staff. Parcel Tax.  Yes 80.51 % / No 19.49 %
Needs 2/3 majority Yes votes to pass.

Measure G  To improve school facilities. Bond measure.
Yes 80.52% / No 19.48 %
Needs 55.00% majority Yes votes to pass.

Measure H   Essential maintenance of buildings. Continue existing special tax.
Yes 83.74 % / No 16.26 %
Needs 2/3 majority Yes votes to pass.

Emeryville
Measure F   Protecting the safety of Emeryville residents.
Yes 74.50 % / No 25.50 %
Needs 2/3 majority Yes votes to pass

Propositions and Measures that the League is Supporting.

ELECTION  CALENDAR

Voter Information Guide Mailing Period Jan 23 – Feb 11, 2020

Vote-by-Mail Ballot mailed February 3, 2020.

Vote-by-Mail Ballot drop-off locations open February 4.

Last day to register to vote in this election February 18.

County voter information guide and a polling place notice mailed February 22, 2020.

Last day to request a vote-by-Mail ballot February 25.

Election Day March 3, 2020.

Final vote count delivered by April 2. 2020.


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