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Santa Clarita Election Results

Results from the California Secretary of State

UPDATED 2:21 pm Wednesday

Barack Obama was named as the President-Elect as the polls closed in California, having garnered more than the 270 required to win the election. Local races kept reporters busy throughout the night, as the Los Angeles County Registrar and Recorder reported that 82.3 % of the registered voters went to the polls on Tuesday, sending more than 3.5 million ballots to be counted at their headquarters.

For a wrap up of the election, click here.

RESULTS:

President:

100 percent of precincts reporting

John McCain – LA County  766,164 (28.8%) , statewide 3,597,956 (36.9%)

Barack Obama – LA County  1,845,726 (69.4%), statewide 5,982,723 (61.3%)

25th Congressional District

88 percent of precincts reporting

Howard P. "Buck" McKeon  108,940 (58%)

Jacques Conaway 78,952 (42%)

37th State Assembly District

100 percent of precincts reporting

Audra Strickland 73,673 (51.5%)

Ferial Masry 69,646 (48.5%)


38th State Assembly District

100 percent of precincts reporting

Cameron Smyth  80,334 (54.1%)

Carole Lutness  68,334 (45.9%)

17th State Senate District

88 percent of precincts reporting

George Runner 133,509  (55%)

Bruce McFarland 111,119 (45%)

19th State Senate District

100 percent of precincts reporting

Tony Strickland 152,998 (49.9%)

Hanna-Beth Jackson 153,106 (50.1%)

Castaic Lake Water Agency

100 percent precincts reporting

Member at Large
Bill Cooper  36,470 (66.8%)
Gary J. Lysik 11,567 (21.19%)
David V. Clark  6,558 (12,01%)

Division 1
Ronald "RJ" Kelly  11,528 (74.55%)
Eleda Luther 3,936 (25.45%)

Division 2
E.G. Jerry Gladbach 12,870 (70.64%)
D. P. Martucello 5,349 (29.36%)

Division 3
William Pecsi  11,995 (64.2%)
Leigh D. Hart  6,688 (35.8%)

Judges
100 percent of precincts reporting

Office 72
Hilleri G. Merritt 1,051,507 (53.33%)
Steven A. Simons 920,302 (46.67%)

Office 82
Thomas Rubinson 1,006,125 (51.02%)
Cynthia Loo 965,803 (48.98%)

Office 84
Pat Connolly 1,183,835 (61.44%)
Lori-Ann C. Jones 743,047 (38.56%)

Office 94
Michael O'Gara 1,199,429 (63.49%)
C. Edward Mack 689,861 (36.51%)

Office 154
Michael V. Jesic 1,206,774 (63.08%)
Rocky L. Crabb 706,450 (36.92%)

Hot Button Issues:

Measure SA – Hart District School Bond (Need 55% of votes to pass)

100 percent of precincts reporting

Yes – 45,829 (60.4%)

No – 30,049 (39.6%)

Measure must have 55 percent approval to pass

Proposition 8 – Eliminates Right of Same-Sex Couples to Marry (state constitutional amendment)

100 percent of precincts reporting

LA COUNTY Yes – 1,317,125 (50.4%)

                      No – 1,296,319 (49.6%

STATEWIDE Yes – 5,358,796 (52.5%)

                      No – 4,866,831 (47.5%)

Other Propositions 100% of precincts reporting

Proposition 1A – Safe, Reliable High-Speed Train Bond Act

LA COUNTY Yes  1,358,814 (55.3%)

                       No  1,099,795 (44.7%)

STATEWIDE Yes 5,053,258 (52.2%)
                      No  4,640,775 (47.8%)

Proposition 2 – Standards for Confining Farm Animals

LA COUNTY Yes 1,680,034 (66.9%)

                      No  833,724 (33.1%)

STATEWIDE Yes 6,234,716 (63.2%)

                      No 3,639,161 (36.8%)   

Proposition 3 – Children’s Hospital Bond Act

LA COUNTY    Yes 1,519,939 (61.9%)

                         No  938,897 (38.1%))

STATEWIDE  Yes 5,291,208 (54.8%)

                        No 4,364,621 (45.2%)

Proposition 4 – Waiting Period and Parental Notification before Termination of a Minor’s Pregnancy. (Constitutional amendment.)

LA COUNTY  Yes  1,164,079 (46.3%)

                       No   1,345,591 (53.7%)

STATEWIDE  Yes 4,735,388 (47.9%))

                       No 5,138,524  (52.1%)

Proposition 5 – Nonviolent Drug Offenses. Sentencing, Parole and Rehabilitation.

LA COUNTY  Yes  1,053,886 (42.6%)

                        No   1,419,027 (57.4%)

STATEWIDE  Yes  3,893,980 (40.1%)

                        No  5,815,978 (59.9%)

Proposition 6 – Police and Law Enforcement Funding. Criminal Penalties and Laws.

LA COUNTY  Yes  728,935 (30.4%)

                       No    1,664,981 (69.6%)

STATEWIDE  Yes  2,911,535 (30.7%)

                        No  6,554,766 (69.3%)

Proposition 7 – Renewable Energy Generation.

LA COUNTY  Yes  898,451 (36.8%)

                       No  1,542,266 (63.2%)

STATEWIDE  Yes  3,402,754 (35.1%)

                       No  6,280,922 (64.9%)

 

Proposition 8
Results listed further up this page under “Hot Button Issues”
 

Proposition 9 – Criminal Justice System, Victims Rights, Parole.

LA COUNTY  Yes  1,229,320 (51.3%)

                       No   1,168,755 (48.7%)
 

STATEWIDE  Yes  5,074,826 (53.5%)
                       No   4,422,067 (46.5%)

Proposition 10 – Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Renewable Energy.

LA COUNTY  Yes   1,096,022 (44.8%)

                        No   1,347,146 (55.2%)

STATEWIDE   Yes 3,870,682 (40.2%)

                        No  5,739,129 (59.8%)

Proposition 11 – Redistricting

LA COUNTY  Yes  1,104,642 (47.1%)

                       No   1,237,629 (52.9%)

STATEWIDE  Yes 4,644,793 (50.6%)

                       No  4,547,461 (49.4%)

Proposition 12 – Veterans’ Bond Act

LA COUNTY  Yes   1,583,662 (66.5%)

                       No       798,362 (33.5%)

STATEWIDE  Yes 5,970,714 (63.5%)

                       No  3,438,591 (36.5%)

County Measure R – Traffic Relief (Needs 2/3 Vote to Pass).

100 percent of precincts reporting

Yes   1,633,442 (67.41%)

No     789,601 (32.59%)

County Measure U – Unincorporated area utilities tax (Majority of Votes to Pass)

100 percent of precincts reporting

Yes  151,798 (62.46)

No   91,230 (37.54)

Measure S – Water Softener Rebate Program. Reduce Chloride Levels in Santa Clara River (Majority of Votes to Pass)

100 Percxent of precincts reporting.

Yes   43,390 (63.93%)

No     24,476 (36.07%

Santa Clarita Election Results

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