Sonoma County local Election Results 2020 & ongoing updates

UPDATE : Nov 5, 2020 Updates:VOTER TURNOUT

TOTAL: 66.73%

Ballots Cast: 200,584

Registered Voters: 300,586

Some Highlights:

Approved:

Measure P: Citizen’s oversight of the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office was approved with a huge margin.

Eddie Alvarez is poised to become Roseland’s first representative on the Santa Rosa City Council.

Approved:

Measure B : Rohnert Park Urban Growth Boundary Extension and Modification was Approved

Extending the city's Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) restrictions on land use regarding community separators, agricultural land, and open space for 20 years and exclude 80 acres south of Valley House Drive and west of Petaluma Hill Road from the UGB restrictions.

The following results are from the Sonoma County Registrar of Voters and were last updated Nov 5, 2020 ( these do NOT reflect State Results)

FEDERAL-

President (72.9% Precincts Reporting)

Joe Biden 153,342

Donald Trump 40,478

Gloria La Riva 410

Roque De La Fuente Guerra 485

Howie Hawkins 929

Brian Carroll 1

US Representative 2nd District (68.24% Precincts Reporting)

Jared Huffman 66,480

Dale K. Mensing 17,479

US Representative 5th District (75,79% Precincts Reporting)

Mike Thompson 88,856

Scott Giblin 22,411

-STATE-

State Senator 3rd District (88.33% Precincts Reporting)

Bill Dodd 44,387

Carlos Santamaria 13,155

State Assembly 2nd District (66.99% Precincts Reporting)

Jim Wood 63,976

Charlotte Svolos 19,624

State Assembly 4th District (74.24% Precincts Reporting)

Matthew L. Nelson 6,389

Cecilia Aguiar-Curry 19,132

State Assembly 10th District (80.36% Precincts Reporting)

Veronica ‘Roni’ Jacobi 29,509

Marc Levine 47,751

-SCHOOLS-

Sonoma County Board of Education Area 1 (67.88% Precincts Reporting)

Dianna McDonald 16,185

Gina Cuclis 20,913

Sonoma County SRJC District Area–Vote for 2–(83.14% Precincts Reporting)

Caroline Banuelos 31,185

Don Edgar 18,528

Sarichon Rex Toeung 6,718

Mariana Martinez 32,871

Kerry Rego 13,649

Calistoga Joint Unified School District–Vote For 3–(28.57% Precincts Reporting)

Jualianne Paula Elkeshen 103

Mark L. Galindo 81

Rudy Gonzalez 113

Matthew Reid 72

Stephanie Rotheberg-Allan 76

Cloverdale Unified School District–Vote For 3–(71.43% Precincts Reporting)

Preston W. Addison 2,041

Brandon Axell 1,369

Johannes J. Hoevertsz 1,270

Gabriela Mendoz-Torres 2,560

Ashley White 1,501

Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified Trustee Area 5 (81.25% Precincts Reporting)

Tim Nonn 1,490

Michelle Wing 1,838

Sonoma Valley Unified School District Trustee Area 4 (91.67% Precincts Reporting)

Adam Lobsinger 1,490

Troy Knox 1,838

Sonoma Valley Unified School District Trustee Area 5 (78.26% Precincts Reporting)

Anne Ching 2,426

Britta Johnson 1,390

Petaluma Joint Union High School District–Vote For 2–(68.25% Precincts Reporting)

Sheldon Gen 13,847

Carol Ann Street 8,692

Ellen Webster 12,090

Linda Judah 11,621

Point Arena Joint Union High School District–Vote For 3–(33.33% Precincts Reporting)

Miquette Thompson 227

Bob Gardiner 337

Sigrid A Hillscan 314

Ron Miles 305

Jim Dewilder 346

City of Santa Rosa High School District Trustee Area 1 (91.67% Precincts Reporting)

Ever Flores 5,009

Jenni Klose 2,955

West Sonoma County Union High School District–Vote For 2–(64.95% Precincts Reporting)

Julie Aiello 13,764

Lynn Schallebaum Gleeson 5,212

Kyle O’Connor 3,294

Laurie Ann Fadave 12,276

Harmony Union School District–Vote For 2–(85.71% Precincts Reporting)

Mariah Lander 1,036

Amanda Solter 741

Yuri Springstorm Kolsen 755

Oak Grove Union School District F/T–Vote For 2–(85.71% Precincts Reporting)

Erin Lagourge 1,023

Robbie Woosley 784

Brian P. Jacobs 517

Lesley Jones 891

Oak Grove Union School District S/T (85.71% Precincts Reporting)

Rahine Patel 712

Hannah Kallok 994

Rincon Valley Union School District–Vote For 2–(65.67% Precincts Reporting)

Janelle Taylor 7,781

Eric C. Heins 7,173

Mike Cook 8,860

Roseland School District F/T–Vote For 2–(100% Precincts Reporting)

Sondra Beam 803

Tiffany Kampmann 1,271

Patricia S. Krueger 843

-CITIES-

Member, City Council Santa Rosa District 1 (100% Precincts Reporting)

Eddie Alvarez 2,017

Duane De Witt 575

Jorge Inocencio 1,353

Elizabeth Valente 569

Member, City Council Santa Rosa District 3 (88% Precincts Reporting)

Harrison ‘Jack’ Tibbetts 9,888

Keith Rhinehart 13

Member, City Council Santa Rosa District 5 (86.67% Precincts Reporting)

Azmina R. Hanna 1,769

Chris Rogers 4,183

Member, City Council Santa Rosa District 7 (90.48% Precincts Reporting)

Daniela Pavone 1,313

Eric Christensen 3,033

Natalie Rogers 3,311

Member, City Council Cloverdale–Vote For 2–(100% Precincts Reporting)

Melanie Bagby 1,253

Mary Ann Brigham 1,038

Todd Lands 1,491

Nicole Garcia-Hinchcliffe 638

Jenny Candelaria-Orr 1,045

Member, City Council Cotati–Vote For 3–(100% Precincts Reporting)

Susan Harvey 1,644

Laura Sparks 1,801

Brittany Murphy 1,245

Ben Ford 1,612

Member, City Council Healdsburg–Vote For 3–(80% Precincts Reporting)

David Hagele 2,758

Doralice Handal 956

Skylaer Palacios 2,776

Charles A. Duffy 1,214

Ariel Kelly 3,507

David R. Jones 1,218

Member, City Council Petaluma–Vote For 3–(96% Precincts Reporting)

Brian Barnacle 13,903

Mike Healy 8,741

Dennis Pocekay 12,759

Kathy Miller 7,992

Robert Conklin 3,689

Gabe Kearney 6,352

Susan Kirks 3,800

Lizzie Wallack 8,367

Member, City Council Rohnert Park District 1 (100% Precincts Reporting)

Walter ‘Willy’ Linares 1,230

Dave Soldavini 760

Member, City Council Rohnert Park District 3 (92.31% Precincts Reporting)

Gerard Guidice 2,015

Joseph T. Callinan 1,332

Member, City Council Rohnert Park District 4 (100% Precincts Reporting)

Jackie Elward 1,771

Jake Mackenzie 1,384

Member, City Council Sebastopol–Vote For 2–(60% Precincts Reporting)

Vaughn Richard Higgenbotham 594

Neysa Hinton 1,753

Evaristo ‘Evert’ Fernandez 1,734

Michael Carnacchi 687

Diana Rich 2,095

Member, City Council Sonoma–Vote For 2–(88.89% Precincts Reporting)

Amy Harrington 3,418

Jack Ding 3,420

Mayor, Town of Windsor (85.71% Precincts Reporting)

Tanya Potter 1,022

Sam Salmon 1,567

Dominic Foppoli 4,837

Rosa Reynoza 3,342

Mayor, Town Council Windsor District 3 (100% Precincts Reporting)

Jeffrey Leasure 1,134

Debora Fudge 1,397

-SPECIAL DISTRICTS-

Graton Fire Protection District–Vote For 3–(57.14% Precincts Reporting)

Linda Tripoli 1,153

Zane W. Gray 1,588

Jason Nunes 1,648

Torrey Farmer 1,716

STATE PROPOSITION-(All Propositions At 72.9% Precincts Reporting)

Prop 14-Continue Funding Stem Cell & Medical Research

Yes 105,197

No 86,758

Prop 15-Increases Funding For Public Schools

Yes 106,632

No 88,197

Prop 16-Government Preferences

Yes 95,476

No 95,697

Prop 17-Disqualifications Of Electors

Yes 132,176

No 62,156

Prop 18-Voting Age

Yes 95,166

No 99,621

Prop 19-Home Protection

Yes 109,041

No 82,113

Prop 20-Restricts Parole For Non-Violent Offenders

Yes 55,056

No 133,408

Prop 21-Expands Local Governments’ Authority To Enact Rent Control

Yes 81,122

No 109,643

Prop 22-Changes To Classification For App-Based Delivery Drivers

Yes 95,750

No 96,165

Prop 23-Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics

Yes 64,312

No 126,992

Prop 24-Amends Consumer Privacy Laws

Yes 104,833

No 84,587

Prop 25-Referendum To Overturn A 2018 Law That Replaced Money Bail System

Yes 107,321

No 82,340

-LOCAL MEASURES-

Measure L-Shoreline Unified School District Parcel Tax (50% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 826

No 282

Measure M-Fort Ross School District Parcel Tax (16.67% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 234

No 118

Measure N-Sebastopol Union School District Parcel Tax (66.67% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 4,619

No 1,533

Measure O-County of Sonoma Mental Health, Addition & Homeless Services Transaction & Use Tax (72.9% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 133,966

No 60,240

Measure P-County of Sonoma Evelyn Cheatham Effective IOLERO (72.9% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 126,789

No 63,885

Measure Q-City of Santa Rosa Transactions & Use Tax (85.99% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 45,713

No 17,294

Measure R-City of Cloverdale Utility Users’ Tax Extension (100% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 1,760

No 1,507

Measure S-City of Cotati Transactions & Use Tax Extension (100% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 2,227

No 740

Measure T-City of Healdsburg Sales Tax Extension (80% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 3,067

No 1,878

Measure U-City of Petaluma Transactions & Use Tax (96% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 15,632

No 9,740

Measure V-City of Sonoma Sales Tax Extension (88.89% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 3,745

No 1,534

Measure W-City of Sonoma Growth Boundary (88.89% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 4,208

No 1,035

Measure X-City of Sonoma Cannabis Business Tax (88.89% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 4,127

No 1,075

Measure Y-City of Sonoma Cannabis Cultivation & Business (88.89% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 2,229

No 2,978

Measure Z-Kenwood Fire Protection Ratify Appropriations Limit (50% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 801

No 44

Measure AA-Timber Cove Fire Protection Parcel Tax (0% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 163

No 50

Measure CC-Petaluma Health Care Hospital Purchase Agreement (79.71% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 28,061

No 4,947

Measure BB-North Sonoma County Healthcare Hospital Purchase Agreement (73.42% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 20,092

No 3,563

Measure DD-Sonoma County Transportation Authority Sales Tax (72.9% Precincts Reporting)

Yes 139,487

No 54,335

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Nov 3, 2020

Sonoma County election results began to pour in around 8 p.m. on Tuesday night. Local races of note include:

Local Measures

Measure L – Shoreline Unified School District Parcel Tax (33.33% reporting)

Yes 75.33%

No 24.67%

Measure M – Fort Ross School District Parcel Tax (16.67% reporting)

Yes 66.38%

No 33.62%

Measure N – Sebastopol Union School District Parcel Tax (61.11% reporting)

Yes 69.30%

No 24.76%

Measure O – County of Sonoma Mental Health, Addiction & Homeless Services Transaction & Use Tax (61.98% reporting)

Yes 69.30%

No 30.70%

Measure P -- County of Sonoma Evelyn Cheatham Effective IOLERO (61.98% reporting)

Yes 67.10%

No 32.90%

Measure Q -- City of Santa Rosa Transactions and Use Tax (75.16% reporting)

Yes 72.78%

No 27.22%

Measure R -- City of Cloverdale Utility Users’ Tax Extension (100% reporting)

Yes 54.33%

No 45.66%

Measure S -- City of Cotati Transactions and Use Tax Extension (83.33% reporting)

Yes 75.64%

No 24.36%

Measure T -- City of Healdsburg Transactions and Use Tax (80% reporting)

Yes 62.35%

No 37.65%

Measure U -- City of Petaluma Transactions and Use Tax (96% reporting)

Yes 62.06%

No 37.94%

Measure V -- City of Sonoma Sales Tax Extension (83.33% reporting)

Yes 71.68%

No 28.32%

Measure W -- City of Sonoma Growth Boundary (83.33% reporting)

Yes 80.87%

No 19.91%

Measure Y -- City of Sonoma Cannabis Cultivation and Business (83.33% reporting)

Yes 42.59%

No 57.21%

Measure DD -- Sonoma County Transportation Authority Sales Tax (61.98% reporting)

Yes 72.34%

No 27.66%

The polling center at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds was still busy at 5:30 this evening.
The polling center at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds was still busy at 5:30 this evening.

City of Santa Rosa High School District Trustee Area 1 (87.5% of precincts reporting):

Ever Flores 63.02%

Jenni Klose 36.98%

West Sonoma County Union High School District (53.61% reporting)

Julie Aiello 39.98%

Lynne Schallebaum Gleeson 15.07%

Kyle O’Connor 9.21%

Laurie Ann Fadave 35.75%

City of Santa Rosa, District 1 -- Roseland (84.62% precincts reporting)

Eddie Alvarez 44.29%

Duane DeWitt 12.96%

Jorge Inocencio 30.12%

Elizabeth Valente 12.63%

The Roseland Community Center served as a polling center in the Roseland area of Santa Rosa, which for the first time will be served by its own city concil member.
The Roseland Community Center served as a polling center in the Roseland area of Santa Rosa, which for the first time will be served by its own city concil member.

City of Santa Rosa, District 5 (86.67% of precincts reporting)

Azmina R. Hanna 29.12% percent

Chris Rogers 70.88%

City of Santa Rosa, District 7

Daniela Pavone 17.19%

Eric Christensen 39.19%

Natalie Rogerss 43.63%

Member, City Council of Petaluma (96% precincts reporting)

Brian Barnacle 21.33%

Mike Healy 13.23%

Dennis Pocekay 19.57%

Kathy Miller 12.18%

Robert Conklin 5.45%

Gabe Kearney 9.61%

Susan Kirks 5.80%

Lizzie Wallack 12.82%

Member, City Council of Healdsburg (80% reporting)

David Hagele 22.17%

Doralice Handal 7.68%

Skylaer Palacios 22.42%

Charles A. Duffy 9.81%

Ariel Kelley 28.21%

David R. Jones 9.71%

Member, Town Council of Windsor (100% precincts reporting)

Jeffrey Leasure 44.45%

Debora Fudge 55.55%

Mayor, Town of Windsor (80% of precincts reporting)

Tanya Potter 9.27%

Sam Salmon 14.77%

Dominic Foppoli 45.30%

Rosa Reynoza 30.66%

Deb Fudge and Domonic Foppoli celebrate their re-elections.
Deb Fudge and Domonic Foppoli celebrate their re-elections.

Member, City Council of Cotati (83.33% precincts reporting)

Susan Harvey 25.93%

Laura Sparks 28.59%

Brittany Murphy 19.75%

Ben Ford 25.73%

Member, City of Sonoma (83.33% precincts reporting)

Amy Harrington 50.14%

Jack Ding 49.86%

Member, City Council of Cloverdale (100% precincts reporting)

Melanie Bagby 23.42%

Mary Ann Brigham 19.25%

Todd Lands 26.47%

Nicole Garcia-Hinchlife 11.37%

Jenny Canelaria-Orr 19.50%

Member, City Council of Rohnert Park -- District 1 (100% precincts reporting)

Walter “Willy” Linares 62.20%

Dave Soldavini 37.80%

Willy Linares, Jackie Elward and Gerard Guidice pose amid celebrating their victories as Rohnert Park’s newest city council members.
Willy Linares, Jackie Elward and Gerard Guidice pose amid celebrating their victories as Rohnert Park’s newest city council members.

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Member, City Council of Rohnert Park -- District 3 (100% precincts reporting)

Gerard Guidice 60.24%

Joseph T. Callinan 39.76%

Member, City Council of Rohnert Park -- District 4 (100% precincts reporting)

Jackie Elward 56.13%

Jake Mackenzie 43.87%

Member, City Council of Sebastopol (60% precincts reporting)

Vaughn Higginbotham 8.41%

Neysa Hinton 25.79%

Evert Fernandez 25.36%

Michael Carnacchi 9.86%

Diana Rich 30.59%

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