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Placer County Election Results for June 7, 2016

Auburn, Calif. – Placer County’s incumbent board of supervisors members Jim Holmes, Kirk Uhler and Jennifer Montgomery hold on to solid leads as vote counting in Placer County concludes for the night. United States House of Representatives members Doug LaMalfa and Tom McClintock also maintain double digit margins over their challengers, as do Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in their party primaries.

Yesterday’s final Placer County vote count includes more than 44,000 mail-in ballots received before the polls closed at 8 p.m. Tuesday, and more than 26,000 ballots cast at Placer’s polling sites.


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Final, certified results – including provisional ballots needing verification and eligible mail-in ballots not yet received – will be posted within 30 days. Jurisdictions have up to 30 days to complete a post-election audit of the election called a canvass.

During the canvass, absentee and provisional ballots not counted on election night are researched to validate eligibility. The ballots cast in one randomly-selected precinct in each of the five county supervisorial districts are manually tallied and balanced against the computer counts to verify the accuracy of the election tally system. Election officials are also responsible for preparing the county’s official ballot statement, listing the exact number of voted ballots, unused ballots, spoiled ballots, roster signatures and more. The canvass concludes with the certification and issuance of official election results.

At the November 2014 election, approximately 25,000 provisional, absentee and damaged ballots remained to be processed after election night.

Placer County Election Results

Registered Voters 210874
Cards Cast 71358 33.84%
Num. Report Precinct 316  100%

PRESIDENT DEM
Hillary Clinton DP 17299 56.36%
Bernie Sanders DP 12787 41.66%
Willie Wilson DP 97 0.32%
Michael Steinberg DP 81 0.26%
Keith Judd DP 58 0.19%
Henry Hewes DP 55 0.18%
Roque De La Fuente DP 41 0.13%
Write-in Votes  278 0.91%

PRESIDENT REP
Donald Trump RP 25700 77.21%
John R Kasich RP 3364 10.11%
Ted Cruz RP 2212 6.65%
Ben Carson RP 1136 3.41%
Jim Gilmore RP 145 0.44%
Write-in Votes  728 2.19%

PRESIDENT AIP
Alan Spears Ap 77 11.74%
J R Myers Ap 63 9.60%
Arthur Harris Ap 49 7.47%
Wiley Drake Ap 37 5.64%
Thomas Hoefling Ap 35 5.34%
James Hedges Ap 22 3.35%
Robert Ornelas Ap 18 2.74%
Write-in Votes  355 54.12%

PRESIDENT GRN 
  Jill Stein Gp 59 55.14%
Sedinam Moyowasifsa- Gp 9 8.41%
Darryl Cherney Gp 7 6.54%
Kent Mesplay Gp 4 3.74%
William Kreml Gp 2 1.87%
Write-in Votes  26 24.30%

PRESIDENT LIB 
Gary Johnson Lp 220 46.71%
John Mcafee Lp 52 11.04%
Austin Petersen Lp 24 5.10%
Rhett Smith Lp 21 4.46%
Joy Waymire Lp 14 2.97%
John Hale Lp 10 2.12%
Marc Feldman Lp 7 1.49%
Steve Kerbel Lp 7 1.49%
Jack Robinson Jr Lp 7 1.49%
Cecil Ince Lp 4 0.85%
Darryl Perry Lp 3 0.64%
Derrick Reid Lp 3 0.64%
Write-in Votes  99 21.02%

PRESIDENT PFP
Monica Moorehead Pp 10 30.30%
Gloria Estela La Riv Pp 9 27.27%
Lynn S Kahn Pp 4 12.12%
Write-in Votes  10 30.30%

DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE 1ST. DEM 
Linda Tennies DP 3101 22.40%
Rene Aguilera DP 2982 21.54%
Brian Ziel DP 2487 17.97%
Joe L Mlakar DP 2231 16.12%
Wayne Irwin Waggoner DP 1783 12.88%
Steve Parker DP 1191 8.60%
Write-in Votes  67 0.48%

REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE 1ST REP
Gary T. Johnson RP 3800 14.82%
Peter Constant RP 3642 14.20%
Phil Ozenick RP 3470 13.53%
Eric Eisenhammer RP 2679 10.45%
Lisa B. Mara RP 2576 10.04%
Tom Hudson RP 2275 8.87%
James J. Jenkins RP 1916 7.47%
Damian Fussel RP 1896 7.39%
Randall J. Nelson RP 1824 7.11%
Scott Chavez RP 1509 5.88%
Write-in Votes  58 0.23%

REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE 2ND REP
Ken Campbell RP 4093 14.00%
Joe Patterson RP 3576 12.23%
Kathy Arts RP 3309 11.32%
Carol R. Wilson RP 3254 11.13%
Debra Jackson RP 3145 10.76%
Phyllis Wing RP 3126 10.69%
Ed Rowen RP 2709 9.27%
Laurie Wallace RP 2533 8.66%
Dan Catania RP 1910 6.53%
Carissa Campbell RP 1521 5.20%
Write-in Votes  61 0.21%

REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE 3RD REP
Greg Janda RP 3819 15.98%
Ken Hubert RP 3513 14.70%
Daniel Frey RP 3472 14.53%
Jennifer Horne RP 2775 11.61%
Josh Rolph RP 2709 11.34%
Mark Spannagel RP 2537 10.62%
Landon M. E. Wolf RP 2530 10.59%
Clark Gehlbach RP 2476 10.36%
Write-in Votes  62 0.26%

UNITED STATES SENATOR  
 Kamala D. Harris Dem 21852 33.26%
Duf Sundheim Rep 11791 17.95%
Loretta L. Sanchez Dem 6838 10.41%
Thomas G. Del Beccar Rep 4835 7.36%
Phil Wyman Rep 4125 6.28%
Greg Conlon Rep 2892 4.40%
Ron Unz Rep 1756 2.67%
Steve Stokes Dem 1606 2.44%
Gail K. Lightfoot LIB 1072 1.63%
Don Krampe Rep 904 1.38%
Von Hougo Rep 824 1.25%
George C. Yang Rep 823 1.25%
Karen Roseberry Rep 794 1.21%
Jarrell Williamson Rep 648 0.99%
Tom Palzer Rep 625 0.95%
Pamela Elizondo Grn 539 0.82%
Massie Munroe Dem 497 0.76%
Jerry J. Laws Rep 325 0.49%
Mark Matthew Herd LIB 323 0.49%
Mike Beitiks Npp 256 0.39%
Clive Grey Npp 256 0.39%
Eleanor García Npp 245 0.37%
Jason Kraus Npp 238 0.36%
Paul Merritt Npp 222 0.34%
Ling Ling Shi Npp 206 0.31%
Jason Hanania Npp 192 0.29%
Scott A. Vineberg Npp 187 0.28%
John Thompson Parker Pfp 160 0.24%
Don J. Grundmann Npp 123 0.19%
Tim Gildersleeve Npp 105 0.16%
President Cristina G Dem 97 0.15%
Emory Peretz Rodgers Dem 75 0.11%
Herbert G. Peters Dem 66 0.10%
Gar Myers Npp 30 0.05%
Write-in Votes  169 0.26%

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 1ST  
Doug La Malfa Rep 3599 41.32%
Jim Reed Dem 2300 26.40%
Joe Montes Rep 1108 12.72%
David Peterson Dem 837 9.61%
Gary Allen Oxley Rep 484 5.56%
Jeff Gerlach Npp 254 2.92%
Gregory Cheadle Rep 107 1.23%
Write-in Votes  22 0.25%

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 4TH  
 Tom Mcclintock Rep 34727 59.52%
Robert W. Derlet Dem 16728 28.67%
Sean White Dem 6785 11.63%
Write-in Votes  106 0.18%

STATE SENATOR 1ST SENATE DISTRICT  
Ted Gaines Rep 22229 50.65%
Rob Rowen Dem 15749 35.89%
Steven Baird Rep 5849 13.33%
Write-in Votes  57 0.13%

MEMBER OF STATE ASSEMBLY 1ST DISTRICT 
BRIAN DAHLE REP 7625 96.31%
Write-in Votes  292 3.69%

MEMBER OF STATE ASSEMBLY 5TH DISTRICT  
 Frank Bigelow Rep 2178 52.60%
Robert Carabas Dem 1075 25.96%
Kai Ellsworth Dem 505 12.20%
Mark Belden Npp 372 8.98%
Write-in Votes  11 0.27%

MEMBER OF STATE ASSEMBLY 6TH DISTRICT  
 Kevin Kiley Rep 9789 19.68%
Brian Caples Dem 9074 18.25%
John Edward Z’berg Dem 7146 14.37%
Andy Pugno Rep 5959 11.98%
Bill Halldin Rep 5208 10.47%
Cristi Nelson Rep 4218 8.48%
Kevin Hanley Rep 3362 6.76%
Suzanne Jones Rep 1646 3.31%
Ron “Mik” Mikulaco Rep 1544 3.10%
Bogdan I. Ambro Npp 882 1.77%
Gabriel L. Hydrick Rep 840 1.69%
Write-in Votes  63 0.13%

PLACER CO. SUPERVISOR 3RD DISTRICT  
Jim Holmes  8691 75.83%
Robert Grigas  2718 23.72%
Write-in Votes  52 0.45%

PLACER CO. SUPERVISOR 4TH DISTRICT  
 Kirk Uhler  7098 60.08%
Victor Bekhet  4671 39.54%
Write-in Votes  45 0.38%

PLACER CO. SUPERVISOR 5TH DISTRICT  
 Jennifer Montgomery  8253 63.48%
Michael Babich  4694 36.10%
Write-in Votes  54 0.42%

STATE PROP 50  
YES  50321 75.46%
NO  16369 24.54%
“YES” vote was a vote in favor of a constitutional amendment designed to stop salaries, pension benefits, and other rights and privileges for a state legislator who is suspended through a two-thirds vote in the respective chamber of the state legislature.

C- PLACER UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT  
  YES  9208 50.62%
NO  8984 49.38%

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