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Live June 5 Election Results From GV Wire
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By Bill McEwen, News Director
Published 6 years ago on
June 6, 2018

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Here is a look at the election results in the June 5 primary up through 12:26am:

City of Fresno

Council District 3
94% of precincts reporting
(50% plus one vote wins outright. Otherwise, top two advance to Nov. 6 general election.)
Miguel Arias — 30.3%
Darren Miller — 14%
Craig Scharton — 14%
Tate Hill — 14%
Larry Burrus — 12%
Kimberly Tapscott-Munson — 9%
Sean Sanchez — 6%
Council District 5
96% of precincts reporting
(50% plus one vote wins outright. Otherwise, top two advance to Nov. 6 general election.)
Luis Chavez — 41%
Paula Yang — 36%
Jose Barraza — 17%
Paul Condon — 5%
Council District 7
91% of precincts reporting
(50% plus one vote wins outright. Otherwise, top two advance to Nov. 6 general election.)
Brian Whelan — 39%
Nelson Esparza — 38%
Veva Islas — 23%

Fresno County

Judge — 4th Office
94% of precincts reporting
(Top vote-getter wins.)
Billy Terrence — 70%
Roger Wilson — 30%
Judge — 8th Office
94% of precincts reporting
(Top vote-getter wins.)
Robert Mangano — 71%
Brent Woodward — 29%
Clerk
94% of precincts reporting
(Top vote-getter wins)
Brandi Orth — 77%
Adrian Rivera — 22%
Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector
94% of precincts reporting
(50% plus one vote wins outright. Otherwise, top two advance to Nov. 6 general election.)
Oscar Garcia — 48%
David Keyes — 44%
Alan Cade Jr. — 8%
Board of Supervisors District 1
98% of precincts reporting
(Top vote-getter wins)
Brian Pacheco — 79%
Jose Ornelas — 20%

Madera County

District Attorney
100% of precincts reporting
(50% plus one vote wins outright. Otherwise, top two advance to Nov. 6 general election.)
Sally Orme Moreno — 44%
Paul Hornick — 33%
David A. Linn — 22%
Board of Supervisors District 2
100% of precincts reporting
(Top vote-getter wins)
David Rogers — 66%
Al Galvez — 34%
Board of Supervisors District 5
100% of precincts reporting
(50% plus one vote wins outright. Otherwise, top two advance to Nov. 6 general election.)
Tom Wheeler — 51%
Marc Sobel — 46%
H. Nokomis Hernandez — 3%

Federal

U.S. Senator
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Dianne Feinstein — 44%
Kevin de León — 11%
James P. Bradley — 9%
4th Congress
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Tom McClintock — 51%
Jessica Morse — 20%
Regina Bateson — 13%
Mitchell White — 7%
Roza Calderon — 6%
10th Congress
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Jeff Denham — 38%
Josh Harder — 15%
Ted Howze — 14%
Michael Eggman — 11%
Sue Zwahlen — 9%
16th Congress
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Jim Costa — 53%
Elizabeth Heng — 47%
21st Congress
54% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
David Valadao — 63%
TJ Cox — 36%
22nd Congress
54% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Devin Nunes — 58%
Andrew Janz — 32%
Bobby Bliatout — 5%
Rico Franco — 3%
23rd Congress
54% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Kevin McCarthy — 69%
Tatiana Matta — 11%
Wendy Reed — 10%

Statewide

Governor
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Gavin Newsom — 34%
John Cox — 26%
Antonio Villaraigosa — 12%
Travis Allen — 10%
John Chiang — 9%
Delaine Eastin — 3%
Amanda Renteria — 1%
Lieutenant Governor
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Eleni Kounalakis — 23%
Ed Hernandez — 20%
Cole Harris — 18%
Jeff Bleich — 10%
David Fennell — 9%
Lydia Ortega — 7%
Secretary of State
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Alex Padilla — 51%
Mark Meuser — 33%
Raul Rodriguez Jr. — 5%
Ruben Major — 5%
Controller
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Betty T. Yee — 60%
Konstantinos Roditis — 35%
Mary Lou Finley — 4%
Treasurer
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Fiona Ma — 43%
Greg Conlon — 23%
Jack M. Guerrero — 20%
Vivek Viswanathan — 13%
Attorney General
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Xavier Becerra — 45%
Steven C. Bailey — 26%
Eric Early — 15%
Dave Jones — 14%
Insurance Commissioner
53% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Steve Poizner — 42%
Ricardo Lara — 39%
Asif Mahmood — 13%
Nathalie Hrizi — 5%
Superintendent of Public Instruction
53% of precincts reporting
(50% plus one vote wins outright. Otherwise, top two advance to Nov. 6 general election.)
Marshall Tuck — 37%
Tony Thurmond — 34%
Lily (Espinoza) Ploski — 17%
Steven Ireland — 12%

Ballot Measures

Proposition 68 Natural Resources Bond — 55% yes 45% no
Proposition 69 Transportation Revenue: Restrictions and Limits — 81% yes 19% no
Proposition 70 Greenhouse Gas Reduction Reserve Fund — 38% yes 62% no
Proposition 71 Ballot Measures: Effective Date — 77% yes 23% no
Proposition 72 Property Tax: New Construction: Rain-Capture — 83% yes 17% no
State Senator — District 8
54% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Andreas Borgeas — 59%
Paulina Miranda — 22%
Tom Pratt — 16%
Mark Belden — 3%
State Senator — District 12
54% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Anna Caballero — 41%
Rob Poythress — 27%
Johnny Tacherra — 24%
Daniel Parra — 8%
State Senator — District 14
54% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Andy Vidak — 54%
Melissa Hurtado — 24%
Abigail Solis — 14%
Ruben Macareno — 8%
State Senator — District 16
54% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Shannon Grove — 59%
Ruth Musser-Lopez —29%
Gregory Tatum — 12%
Assembly — District 23
54% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Jim Patterson — 65%
Aileen Rizo — 35%
Assembly — District 26
48% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Warren Gubler — 30%
Devon Mathis — 29%
Jose Sigala — 29%
Jack Lavers — 11%
Assembly — District 31
96% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Joaquin Arambula — 59%
Lupe Espinoza — 40%
Assembly — District 32
65% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Justin Mendes — 51%
Rudy Salas — 49%
Board of Equalization — District 1
58% of precincts reporting
(Top two advance to Nov. 6 general election)
Tom Hallinan — 38%
Ted Gaines — 33%
Connie Conway — 18%
David Evans — 10%

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Bill McEwen,
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Bill McEwen is news director and columnist for GV Wire. He joined GV Wire in August 2017 after 37 years at The Fresno Bee. With The Bee, he served as Opinion Editor, City Hall reporter, Metro columnist, sports columnist and sports editor through the years. His work has been frequently honored by the California Newspapers Publishers Association, including authoring first-place editorials in 2015 and 2016. Bill and his wife, Karen, are proud parents of two adult sons, and they have two grandsons. You can contact Bill at 559-492-4031 or at Send an Email

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