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2020 California General Election Results: UPDATED

California Globe gives results of all major and contended races in California

By Evan Symon, November 5, 2020 2:34 am

Updated: 4:10 AM PST 11/4/2020 — Katy Grimes

Updated 5:20AM PST 11/4/2020 — Katy Grimes

Updated 5:45AM PST 11/4/2020 — Katy Grimes*

Updated 1:40PM PST 11/4/2020 — Katy Grimes

Updated 2:00PM PST 11/4/2020 — Katy Grimes

The Presidency hinges on some very tight races in battleground states.

The counting is still going on in Philadelphia and Western PA. Nevada, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Georgia are still up for grabs, which is 87 Electoral votes. Some analysts say Arizona is still in play with its 11 Electoral votes.

Michigan, Arizona and Nevada are pivotal.

Bottom line is the Election is not over yet.

States with mail-in ballots say they results are delayed and will take days – until the end of the week – to finish counting. Lawyers have been dispatched to Michigan and Nevada. *Currently, 99% of the votes are in for Michigan and Trump has a 10,000 lead over Biden.

Democrats keep the U.S. House so far, with Republicans picking up two additional seats. Republicans keep the U.S. Senate.

The California Secretary of State reports results will be certified by December 11, 2020.

Presidential

California:

  • Donald Trump (R) 3,878,862   33%
  • Joe Biden (D)        7,707,301  65%
  • Jo Jorgensen (L)      106,670    1%
  • Howie Hawkins (G) 47,729

States Results:

  • Trump: AL, AR, FL, IA, KY, LA, MO, MS, MT, ND, NE, NH, OH, OK, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, WV, WY
  • Biden: AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, HI, ID, IL, KN, MA, MD, MN, NH, NJ, NM, NY, OR, RI, VA, VT, WA

Congressional

1st District

  • Doug LaMalfa (R)  142,742      55%
  • Audrey Denny (D) 116,985        45%

2nd District

  • Jared Huffman (D)      202,135  78%
  • Dale K. Mensing (R)    56,204  22%

3rd District

  • John Garamendi (D)    123,527  58%
  • Tamika Hamilton (R)  89,220    42%

4th District 

  • Tom McClintock (R)      173,324   53%
  • Brynne S. Kennedy (D)  154,090  47%

5th Congressional District

  • Mike Thompson (D)  193,191    78.6%
  • Scott Giblin (R)            52,493   21.4%

6th District

  • Doris Matsui (D) 107,316    75.9%
  • Chris Bish (R)       34,150    24.1%

7th District

  • Ami Bera (D)            116,437 61%
  • Buzz Patterson (R)  74,436 39%

8th District

  • Jay Obernolte (R)  82,619  52%
  • Chris Bubser (D)    76,422   48%

9th District

  • Jerry McNerney (D)                   96,487    61.5%
  • Antonio C. ‘Tony’ Amador (R) 60,318     38.5%

10th District

  • Josh Harder (D) 105,695   59%
  • Ted Howze (R)  72,701    41%

11th District

  • Mark DeSaulnier (D)  178,219   75.3%
  • Nisha Sharma (R)         58,338   24.7%

12th District

  • Shahid Buttar (D)  59,745     20.8%
  • Nancy Pelosi (D)    227,989   79.2%

13th District

  • Barbara Lee (D)          160,901    91.0%
  • Nikka Piterman (R)    15,882.       9.0%

14th District

  • Jackie Speier (D)  197,031   80.5%
  • Ran S. Petel (R)      47,635   19.5%

15th District

  • Eric Swalwell (D)      119,572   72.8%
  • Alison Hayden (R)     44,752   27.2%

16th District

  • Jim Costa (D)                   92,921   60.5%
  • Kevin Cookingham (R)  60,695   39.5%

17th District

  • Ro Khanna (D)        125,258   74.1%
  • Ritesh Tandon (R)  43,775     25.9%

18th District

  • Anna G. Eshoo (D)  151,540    65.7%
  • Rishi Kumar (D)        79,028   34.3%

19th District

  • Zoe Lofgren (D)                     135,927    74.1%
  • Justin James Aguilera (R)    47,511      25.9%

20th District

  • Jimmy Panetta (D)  186,617    78.2%
  • Jeff Gorman (R)         52,132    21.8%

21st District

  • TJ Cox (D)              53,236   48.6%
  • David Valadao (R) 56,269  51.4%

22nd District

  • Devin Nunes (R) 126,022  54%
  • Phil Arballo (D)  109,596  46%

24th District

  • Salud Carbajal (D)  169,061 62%
  • Andy Caldwell (R)  104,016 38%

25th District

  • Christy Smith (D) 131,218  50.5%
  • Mike Garcia (R)    128,462 49.5%

28th District

  • Adam B. Schiff (D)  194,417  74%
  • Eric Early (R)            68,110  26%

29th District

  • Tony Cardenas (D)                 86,173  57.3%
  • Angélica María Dueñas (D) 62,988  42.2%

30th District

  • Brad Sherman (D)  190,475   70.7%
  • Mark S. Reed (R)    79,057     29.3%

31st District

  • Pete Aguilar (D)         104,026   63.3%
  • Agnes Gibboney (R)  60,389     36.7%

32nd District

  • Grace F. Napolitano (D) 123,387 66.1%
  • Joshua M. Scott (R)          63,380 33.9%

33rd District

  • Ted W. Lieu (D)           211,426  69.%
  • James P. Bradley (R)  95,130    31%

34th District

  • Jimmy Gomez (D)  78,984     52.6%
  • David Kim (R)         71,042     47.4%

35th District

  • Norma J. Torres (D)  94,961    70.4%
  • Mike Cargile (R)         40,000   29.6%

36th District

  • Raul Ruiz (D)  93,477   62.3%
  • Erin Cruz (R)   56,643   37.7%

37th District

  • Karen Bass (D)       194,334    86.6%
  • Errol Webber (R)  30,039       13.4%

38th District

  • Linda T. Sánchez (D) 136,154   74.5%
  • Michael Tolar (D)       46,642    25.5%

39th District

  • Gil Cisneros (D)  132,951  49.8%. (133,263)
  • Young Kim (R)    134,043  50.2%  (134,556)

40th District

  • Lucille Royball-Allard (D) 90,612  72.8%
  • C Antonio Delgado (R) 33,806  27.2%

41st District

  • Mark Takano (D)  67,535  64.1%
  • Aja Smith (R) 37,777  35.9%

42nd District

  • William “Liam” O’Mara (D) 67,331  44.6%
  • Ken Calvert (R) 83,706  55.4%

43rd District

  • Maxine Waters (D) 145,866   72.5%
  • Joe Collins (R)  55,224   27.5%

44th District

  • Nanette Diaz Barragan (D)  97,112. 68.9%
  • Analilia Joya (D) 43,902  31.1%

45th District

  • Katie Porter (D)  191,827 54%
  • Greg Raths (R)    161,324 46%

48th District

  • Harley Rouda (D)  167,229  49.7%  (167,229)
  • Michelle Steel (R)  169,179 50.3%. (169,179)

49th District

  • Mike Levin (D)      170,925   55%
  • Brian Maryott (R) 141,569  45%

50th District

  • Ammar Campa-Najjar (D)  124,688 47.8%. (124,688)
  • Darrell Issa (R)                      136,322 52.2%. (136,322)

51st District

  • Juan Vargas (D)      70.1%  (108,986)
  • Juan Hidalgo (R)   29.9%. (46,581)

52nd District

  • Scott Peters (D)      63.3%  (200,919)
  • Jim DeBello (R)   36.7% (116,606)

53rd District

  • Georgette Gomez (D)         104,867 40.5%
  • Sara Jacobs (D)                  153,993 59.5%

State Senate

1st District

  • Brian Dahle (R)        207,954   57%
  • Pamela Swartz (D)    157,719  43%

11th District

  • Scott Wiener (D)    205,008 59%
  • Jackie Fielder (D)  142,019   41%

15th District

  • Dave Cortese (D)  128,004 54%
  • Ann Ravel (D)        109,757 46%

19th District

  • Monique Limon (D) 213,399  66%
  • Gary Michaels (R)    110,990 34%

21st District

  • Scott Wilk (R)          133,803 50%
  • Kipp Mueller (D)    134,711  50%

23rd District

  • Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (R)  108,238   49%
  • Abigail Medina (D)            110,983  51%

29th District

  • Ling Ling Chang (R)    158,934    48%
  • Josh Newman (D)        169,446    52%

37th District

  • John Moorlach (R)      215,387  48%
  • Dave Min (D)                232,651  52%

State Assembly

1st District

  • Megan Dahle (R)                  96,630 58%
  • Elizabeth Betancourt (D)   71,126 42%

8th District

  • Ken Cooley (D)                  66,028  60%
  • Cathy Cook (R)                  44,604  40%

13th District

  • Kathy Miller (D)                  40,236 54%
  • Carlos Villapudua (D)        34,918 46%

35th District

  • Jordan Cunningham (R)  86,328 52%
  • Dawn Addis (D)                  79,805 48%

36th District

  • Tom Lackey (R)                71,611  55%
  • Steve Fox (D)                    59,104 45%

42nd District

  • Chad Mayes (I)                  66,616   59%
  • Andrew Kotyuk (R)          46,493  41%

55th District

  • Phillip Chen (R)              94,235   55%
  • Andrew Rodriguez (D)  78,477   45%

68th District

  • Steven Choi (R)              113,133     52%
  • Melissa Fox (D)              103,426  48%

72nd District

  • Janet Nguyen (R)        101,875 54%
  • Diedre Nguyen (D)      88,051 46%

73rd District

  • Laurie Davies (R)        136,264 57%
  • Scott Rhinehart (D)    101,723 43%

74th District

  • Cottie Petrie-Norris (D)  116,377    51%
  • Diane Dixon (R)                109,818 49%

76th District

  • Tasha Horvath (D)          108,313 58%
  • Melanie Burkholder (R)  79,991  42%

77th District

  • Brian Maienschein (D)  125,011 58%
  • June Yang Cutter (R)      91,447 42%

Local

Pasadena Mayoral

  • Terry Tornek
  • Victor Gordo

San Diego Mayoral

  • Todd Gloria  273,059 56%
  • Barbara Bry  212,006 44%

Sacramento Strong Mayor – Measure A appears to be defeated.

 

Propositions (Most not final)

Rundown: So far, it appears the Split Roll initiative failed. Ending cash bail appears to have failed. Local government rent control failed. Ending the ban on affirmative action failed. Allowing 17-year olds to vote failed. Labor union attempt to take over the dialysis industry failed.

Proposition 14 – Stem Cell Research

  • Yes  5,805,277  51%
  • No  5,559,414  49%

Proposition 15 – Education “Split Roll” commercial tax

  • Yes  5,579,762 48%
  • No  5,971,582 52%

Proposition 16 – Affirmative Action – Repeal Proposition 209

  • Yes  5,011,566 44%
  • No  6,386,497  56%

Proposition 17 – Parole voters

  • Yes  6,801,038 59%
  • No  4,716,853 41%

Proposition 18 – 17-year-old primary and special election voters

  • Yes  5,182,240 45%
  • No  6,359,580 55%

Proposition 19 – Inherited property taxes

  • Yes  5,816,558 51%
  • No  5,483,095 49%

Proposition 20 – Non-violent felony additions

  • Yes    4,247,709 38%
  • No    7,028,399 62%

Proposition 21 – Local rent control

  • Yes    4,582,643 40%
  • No    6,819,249  60%

Proposition 22 – AB 5 exemption for rideshare drivers

  • Yes  6,699,382 58%
  • No  4,767,485 42%

Proposition 23 – Increased Dialysis regulations

  • Yes    4,102,011 36%
  • No    7,294,402  64%

Proposition 24 – Personal data

  • Yes    6,329,946 56%
  • No    4,955,275 44%

Proposition 25 – Cash bail replacement

  • Yes  5,010,582 45%
  • No  6,221,264 55%

 

 

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6 thoughts on “2020 California General Election Results: UPDATED

  1. How can CA have a record registered 21 million+ voters and yet only 11 million+ votes are counted? Where are the other 10 Million+ votes. I find it hard to believe that people would take the time to register to vote, yet not show up to VOTE.

    1. More absentee/mail-in ballots on the street to cheat with. That was the whole point of mail-in to begin with and why Newsom used his ill-gotten COVID “emergency powers” to proclaim it by executive order. Every registered voter gets a ballot, or two or three or four or five. Whether you’re dead, moved 10 years ago to another state, underage, a dog, an illegal alien, etc. Stacks and stacks of mail-in ballots available to fill in by the Dem operatives and union hacks. Think of those ballots as counterfeit money out there that can then be injected into and blend into the system.

  2. It was disappointing to see that so many Californians have not waken up to the fact that the Democrats are a lawless criminal party. Many of us have woken up and have finally walked away.
    #walkaway

    1. Unreal, in the county I live in it was a 45% percent voter turn out. Hold on to your hats, 81% voted Biden/Harris.
      This state is lost, I hate saying it. Most of my neighbors are very happy to be shuttered in and masked up wherever they go.
      Just let it sink in that only 45% in a highly populated SF bay area county voted.

      Our local media has never reported the great accomplishments of Trump. I could list several but energy independence is huge and led to negotiations for peace in the middle east. If the media does report an accomplishment it is downplayed and argued against.

  3. It seems as though Commifornians are content to continue wallowing in the swamp of despair. The brain dead loons returned the most egregious swamp rats to the congress.

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