Last Tuesday, November 8, the midterm elections were held in the United States and the general elections in the state of California. The count has begun, however there are still 135,000 ballots to be processed. So far these are the results of the elections in San Mateo County.
Gavin Newsom, current governor of the state of California and candidate for the same position, has swept these elections with 72.11 percent, that is, with 86,744 votes, compared to Brian Dahle, who had 27.89 percent.
Also, for the lieutenant governorship, Eleni Kounalakis has an undeniable lead against Angela E. Underwood, with 72.22 percent of the vote to Angela's 27.78 percent.
Candidate Shirley N. Weber has a significant lead for California State Secretary of State with 71.79 percent to Rob Bernosky's 28.21 percent.
For the State Attorney General position, Rob Bonta has 71.46 percent of the vote, while Nathan Hochman has 28.54 percent.
In addition, Patricia Guerrero, who is seeking re-election as Chief Justice of the state of California, has a sweeping advantage with 82.43 percent, that is, with 79 thousand 89 votes.
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As a member of the District 2 Board of Supervisors, Noelia Corzo had a preference of 50.21 percent, while Charles Stone had 49.49 percent.
Also, for District 3, Ray Mueller has a significant lead with 64.28 percent of the vote.
As superintendent of public education, Tony K. Thurmond has a 69.98 percent lead to Lance Ray Christensen's 30.02 percent.
As a member of the San Mateo County Community College District, Michael Guingona has 59.71 percent of the vote, while Michael Makstman has 40.29 percent.
For the Honda-Pescadero Unified School District, Allison Collins has 35.54 percent of the vote, Veronica Mazariegos-Anastassiou 34.19 percent, Kelly Bowman Greenwood 16.84 percent and Andy Wilson 13.43 percent.
On the other hand, for the South San Francisco Unified School District, Amanda Anthony has the lead with 65.29 percent of the vote, while Steven H Kassel has 34.71 percent.
In the case of Trust Area A Sequoia Union High School District, Amy Koo has 56.84 percent so far, while Trust Area D Sathvik Nori has 55.56 percent of the vote.
For the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District Board of Trustees, April Northrup has 30.74 percent of the vote, while Jackee Bruno 24.69 percent, David Koss 22.64 percent and Gopal Ratnam 21.93 percent.
On the other hand, for the Jefferson Elementary School District, Anthony Tsujisaka leads the first places with 31.86 percent of the votes, Shakeel Ali 26.69 percent, Aaron Rashba 24.97 percent and Amro Radwan 16.48 percent.
For the Ravenswood City School District, Laura Nuñez so far has 32.31 percent of the vote, while Mele Kasavu Latu 25.10 percent, Tamara Sobomehin 24.92 percent, and Manuel R. López 17.67 percent.
In the case of the San Carlos school district, Tracy Park has 30 percent of the vote, a figure close to her top contender Sarah Johnson Kinahan, who has so far 28.39 percent.
For the San Mateo-Foster City School District, Kenneth Chin has a significant advantage with 71.71 percent of the vote, over his challenger Randi Paynter, who has 28.29 percent.
Finally, in the case of the Woodside school district, Jenny Hayden has so far 26.45 percent of the votes, Amanda Peiffer 24.61 percent, Brett Westervelt 19.44 percent, William Dunn 15.57 percent, and finally, Ricky L Yost has 13.93 percent.
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