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November 2016 Election Results

November 2016 Election Results

The second highest office in California on this November ballot was for the United States Senate. In California the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Senator Barbara Boxer will be filled by State Attorney General Kamala Harris. Kamala Harris, an African-American woman, is the first Black woman in the history of the state of California to be elected to represent the state in the U.S. Senate and only the second in U.S. history to be sent to the senate.

As the elections results continue to be reported by the California Secretary of State, this post will be updated. Please continue to check here throughout the day.

County elections officials count votes for write-in candidates during the post-election canvass period. Please note that ballots with write-in candidates take longer to count.

Results for write-in candidates are not transmitted to the California Secretary of State’s office until counties do their final certification of the vote, therefore the California Secretary of State will not publish results for write-in candidates which means that the LA Progressive will not have the results for write-ins for a while.

Following are the results thus far:

November 8, 2016 Statewide General Election Returns

UNITED STATES PRESIDENT

Donald Trump

UNITED STATES SENATE

Kamala Harris

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UNITED STATES CONGRESS

CD 23 – Wendy Reed 
CD 25 – Bryan Caforio
CD 26 – Julia Brownley*
CD 27 – Judy Chu*
CD 28 – Adam Schiff*
CD 29 – Tony Cárdenas*
CD 30 – Brad Sherman*
CD 32 – Grace Napolitano*
CD 33 – Ted Lieu*
CD 34 – Xavier Becerra*
CD 35 – Norma Torres*
CD 36 – Raul Ruiz*
CD 37 – Karen Bass*
CD 38 – Linda Sanchez*
CD 39 – Ed Royce
CD 40 – Lucille Roybal-Allard*
CD 41 - Mark Takano
CD 42 - Ken Calvert
CD 43 - Maxine Waters*
CD 44 - Nanette Diaz Barragan
CD 45 - Mimi Walters
CD 46 - Bao Nguyen
CD 47 – Alan Lowenthal*
CD 48 – Dana Rohrabacher*
CD 49 – Darrell Issa*
CD 50 – Duncan Hunter
CD 51 – Juan Vargas
CD 52 – Scott Peters
CD 53 – Susan A. Davis

CALIFORNIA STATE SENATE

SD 21 – Johnathon Ervin
SD 25 – Anthony Portantino
SD 27 – Henry Stern
SD 29 – Josh Newman
SD 33 – Ricardo Lara*
SD 35 – Steven Bradford

CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY

AD 36 – Steve Fox
AD 38 – Christy Smith
AD 39 – Raul Bocanegra
AD 41 – Chris Holden*
AD 43 – Laura Friedman
AD 44 – Jacqui Irwin*
AD 45 – Matt Dababneh*
AD 46 – Adrin Nazarian*
AD 48 – Blanca Rubio
AD 49 – Edwin ‘Ed’ Chau*
AD 50 – Richard Bloom*
AD 51 – Jimmy Gomez*
AD 52 – Freddie Rodriguez*
AD 53 – Miguel Santiago*
AD 54 – Sebastian Ridley-Thomas*
AD 55 – Gregg Fritchle
AD 57 – Ian Calderon*
AD 58 – Cristina Garcia*
AD 59 – Reggie Jones-Sawyer*
AD 62 – Autumn Burke*
AD 63 – Anthony Rendon*
AD 64 – Mike Gipson*
AD 66 – Al Muratsuchi
AD 70 – Patrick O’Donnell*

*Incumbent

LOS ANGELES COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

District 4 – Janice Hahn
District 5 – Kathryn Barger

STATEWIDE BALLOT MEASURES

Proposition

Subject

Description

Outcome

Proposition 51

Education

$9 billion in bonds for education and schools

YES

Proposition 52

Healthcare

Voter approval of changes to the hospital fee program

YES

Proposition 53

Elections

Projects that cost more than $2 billion

NO

Proposition 54

Accountability

Conditions under which legislative bills can be passed

YES

Proposition 55

Taxes

Personal income tax increases on incomes over $250,000

YES

Proposition 56

Tobacco

Increase the cigarette tax by $2.00 per pack

YES

Proposition 57

Trials

Felons convicted of non-violent crimes

YES

Proposition 58

Education

Bilingual education in public schools

YES

Proposition 59

Campaign finance

State's position on Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission

YES

Proposition 60

Movies

Require the use of condoms in pornographic films

NO

Proposition 61

Healthcare

Prescription drug price regulations

NO

Proposition 62

Death penalty

Repeal the death penalty

NO

Proposition 63

Firearms

Background checks for ammunition purchases

YES

Proposition 64

Marijuana

Legalization of marijuana and hemp

YES

Proposition 65

Environment

Grocery and retail carry-out bags

NO

Proposition 66

Death penalty

Death penalty procedures

YES

Proposition 67

Business reg

Prohibition on plastic single-use carryout bags

YES

Click here for more information about the statewide ballot measures.