Election results

FEDERAL OFFICES

U.S. Senator

Dianne Feinstein (D)-X

Kevin de León (D)

U.S. Representative (District 14)

Jackie Speier (D)-X

Cristina Osmeña (R)

U.S. Representative (District 18)

Anna Eshoo (D)-X

Christine Russell (R)

STATE OFFICES

Governor

Gavin Newsom (D)-X

John Cox (R)

Lieutenant Governor

Ed Hernandez (D)

Eleni Kounalakis (D)-X

Secretary of State

Mark P. Meuser (R)

Alex Padilla (D)-X

Controller

Betty T. Yee (D)-X

Konstantinos Roditis (R)

Treasurer

Greg Conlon (R)

Fiona Ma (D)-X

Attorney General

Steven C. Bailey (R)

Xavier Becerra (D)-X

Insurance Commissioner

Ricardo Lara (D)

Steve Poizner (NPP)-X

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Tony Thurmond

Marshall Tuck-X

State Assembly (District 22)

Kevin Mullin (D)-X

Christina Laskowski (R)

State Assembly (District 24)

Marc Berman (D)-X

Alex Glew (R)

CITY OFFICES

Belmont City Council (three seats)

Julia Mates-X, Warren Lieberman-X, Charles Stone-X

Foster City Council (two seats)

Sanjay Gehani-X, Richa Awasthi-19.53%, Patrick Sullivan-19.41% (second seat too close to call)

Half Moon Bay City Council (three seats)

Deborah Penrose-X, Debbie Ruddock-X, Robert Brownstone-18.55%, Virginia Turezyn-17% (third seat too close to call)

Millbrae City Council (two seats)

Reuben Holober-X, Anne Oliva-X

Redwood City Council (three seats)

Giselle Hale-X, Diane Howard-X, Diana Reddy-16%, Rick Hunter-15.52% (third seat too close to call)

San Carlos City Council (three seats)

Laura Parmer-Lohan-X, Sara McDowell-X and Adam Rak-X

South San Francisco City Council (three seats)

Mark Addiego-X, Flor Nicolas-18.4%, Mark Nagales-18.18%, Pradeep Gupta-17.15% (two seats too close to call)

South San Francisco city clerk

Rosa Acosta-X

South San Francisco city treasurer

Frank Risso-X

SCHOOL BOARDS

Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District Board of Trustees (three seats)

Amy Koo-X, Rahila Passi-X, Suvarna Bhopale-X

Redwood City Elementary School District Board of Trustees Area 5

Cecilia Marquez-X

San Bruno Park Elementary School District Board of Trustees (three seats)

Teri Chavez-X, Andrew Mason-X, Henry Sanchez-X

South San Francisco Unified School District Board of Trustees (three seats)

John Baker-X, Mina Richardson-X, Eddie Flores-X

San Mateo County Community College District Trustee Area 4 (one seat)

Richard Holober-52.29%-X, Tom Mohr-47.71%

San Mateo County Board of Education District 1 (one seat)

Susan Alvaro-X, Brandon Kwan-39.13%

SPECIAL DISTRICTS

Mid-Peninsula Water District Board of Directors

Dave Warden-X, Kirk Wheeler-X, Brian Schmidt-X, Albert Stuebing

Sequoia Healthcare District Board of Directors (Zone A)

Arthur Faro-X, Michael Garb, Art Kiesel

Sequoia Healthcare District Board of Directors (Zone C)

Aaron Nayfack-X, Jack Hickey

Sequoia Healthcare District Board of Directors (Zone E)

Jerry Shefren-X, Harland Harrison

San Mateo County Harbor District Board of Commissioners (two seats)

Ed Larenas-X, Nancy Reyering-X, Sepi Richardson, Henry Sutter

LOCAL MEASURES

Measure CC Belmont shift from elected to appointed city clerk (Majority needed)-53.4% YES

Measure WW Belmont shift from elected to appointed city treasurer (Majority needed)-51.22%

Measure KK Belmont hotel tax (Majority needed)-74.17%

Measure JJ Brisbane adding 1,800 to 2,200 residences and 7 million square feet of commercial development (Majority needed)-54.58%

Measure TT Foster City hotel tax (Majority needed)-73.23% YES

Measure AA Half Moon Bay marijuana taxation (Majority needed)-60.76% YES

Measure GG Half Moon Bay allowance and regulation of marijuana starter plants in existing greenhouses (Majority needed)-51.12% YES

Measure EE Half Moon Bay (advisory) allowance of mature marijuana plants in existing greenhouses (Majority needed)-56% NO

Measure SS Half Moon Bay (advisory) allowance of two retail locations (Majority needed)-57.8% NO

Measure MM Half Moon Bay (advisory) allowance of marijuana manufacturing (Majority needed)-59% NO

Measure II Millbrae $12 million bond for recreation center rebuild (Two-thirds needed)-57.51% YES (FAILING)

Measure DD Redwood City cannabis tax (Majority needed)-77.56% YES

Measure OO Redwood City charter amendment (Majority needed)-75.38% YES

Measure RR Redwood City half-cent sales tax increase to fund city services (Majority needed)-65.21% YES

Measure X San Bruno Park Elementary School District $79 million bond measure (55 percent needed)-66.74 YES

Measure NN San Carlos cannabis tax (Majority needed)-77.58% YES

Measure QQ San Carlos hotel tax (Majority needed)-74.79% YES

Measure V San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District $298 parcel tax measure (Two-thirds needed)-66.55% YES (FAILING)

Measure FF South San Francisco hotel tax (Majority needed)-72.41% YES

Measure LL South San Francisco cannabis tax (Majority needed)-74.43% YES

Measure W SamTrans half-cent sales tax increase for transportation improvements (Two-thirds needed)-66.11% YES (FAILING)

STATE PROPOSITIONS

Proposition 1: $4 billion housing bond-53% YES

Proposition 2: Reallocation of mental health money for housing-60.1% YES

Proposition 3: $8.877 billion water-related and infrastructure projects bond-52.6% NO

Proposition 4: $1.5 billion children’s hospital bond-59.2% YES

Proposition 5: Allows homeowners over 55 or disabled to transfer property tax base to new residence-57.7% NO

Proposition 6: Repeal of Senate Bill 1, gas tax and free provisions-55.1% NO

Proposition 7: Allows Legislature to change to year-round Daylight Saving Time-60.5% YES

Proposition 8: Regulates charges by dialysis clinics-61.8% NO

Proposition 10: Repeals Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act-63.3% NO

Proposition 11: Requires private-sector emergency ambulance workers to stay on call during work breaks-61.2% YES

Proposition 12: Establishes new standards of confinement for specified farm animals-59.8% YES

X-Denotes winner. Note: Not all challengers named for space reasons.

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