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The Contra Costa County congressional district races landed pretty much where expected with incumbents retaining seats handily. Measure X, a 1/2 cent sales tax, is failing to meet the 2/3 vote requirement. We’ve tracked several of the key races and measures across the populous county.

*This story may be updated if new information becomes available.

U.S. Representative, District 5
Mike Thompson: 76.72%
Scott Giblin: 20.28%

U.S. Representative, District 9
Antonio C. “Tony” Amador: 33.04%
Jerry McNerney: 66.96%

U.S. Representative, District 11
Nisha Sharma: 22.35%
Mark DeSaulnier: 77.65%

U.S. Representative, District 15
Alison Hayden: 26.91%
Eric Swalwell: 73.09%

State Senator, District 3
Bill Dodd: 73.55%
Carlos Santamaria: 26.45%

State Senator, District 7
Steve Glazer: 72.47%
Julie Mobley: 27.53%

State Senator, District 9
Jamie Dluzak: 13.10%
Nancy Skinner: 86.90%

State Assembly, District 11
Debra Schwab: 27.36%
Jim Frazier: 72.64%

State Assembly, District 14
Tim Grayson: 73.41%
Janell Elizabeth Proctor: 26.59%

State Assembly, District 15
Sara Brink: 15.53%
Buffy Wicks: 84.47%

State Assembly, District 16
Rebecca Bauer-Kahan: 73.8%
Joseph A. Rubay: 26.2%

District 5 Supervisor
Federal Glover: 66.56%
Gus S. Kramer: 33.44%

Measure X (Requires 2/3 vote)
Yes: 59%
No: 41%

*Measure X is failing to meet the 2/3 required vote for passage as of Tuesday night.

Measure X imposes a 1/2 cent sales tax, exempting food, with revenue benefiting the county’s regional hospitals, community health centers, fire response, childhood services and other essential services. The 20-year tax is expected to generate $81 million annually.

Alamo Parks and Rec Measure W:
Yes: 69.23%
No: 30.77%

Antioch Mayor
Lamar A. Thorpe: 45.62%
Gabriel Visaya Mackinano: 7.13%
Julio Jesse Mendez: 8.96%
Rakesh Kumar Christian: 3.27%
Sean Wright: 35.02%

Antioch City Council, District 1
Manuel Louis Soliz Jr.: 28.27%
Joy Motts: 37%
Tamisha Walker: 34.73%

Antioch City Council, District 2
Mike Barbanica: 53.62%
Tony G. Tiscanero: 46.38%

Antioch City Council, District 3
Marie Arce: 19.24%
Nicole Gardner: 28.95%
Lori Ogorchock: 36.67%
Antwon R. Webster Sr.: 15.14%

Antioch City Council, District 4
Alex John Astorga: 15.93%
Sandra Gail White: 27.31%
Monica E. Wilson: 56.77%

Antioch Measure T
Yes: 79.26%
No: 20.74%

Measure T permanently requires voter approval in order to change the Sand Creek Focus Area urban limit line.

Brentwood Mayor
Joel Bryant: 31.29%
Paul Lafollette: 13.82%
Edward Schuck: 7.02%
Brian Carleton: 1.3%
Steve Young: 5.64%
Ryan Raimondi: 10.47%
Karen Rarey: 30.47%

Brentwood City Council, District 1
Claudette Staton: 22.88%
Brian Swisher: 24.27%
Faye Maloney: 21.19%
Jovita Mendoza: 31.66%

Brentwood City Council, District 3
Indrani Golden: 28.38%
Susannah Meyer: 47.6%
Olga Vidriales: 24.02%

Clayton City Council (Voters choose three)
Letecia “Holly” Tillman: 19.03%
Frank Gavidia: 13.36%
Glenn D. Miller: 13.48%
Jim Diaz: 17.87%
Tuija Catalano: 16.62%
Peter Cloven: 19.63%

Concord City Council, District 2
Tristan Piper: 7.53%
Carlyn Obringer: 45.3%
Harmesh Kumar: 15.89%
Paul R. Wood: 5.86%
Hope Johnson: 25.42%

Concord City Council, District 4
Edi Birsan: 100%

Concord Measure V
Yes: 51.04%
No: 48.96%

Increases sales tax from .5% to 1% with revenue applied to the city’s general fund for essential services.

Danville Town Council (Voters choose three)
Newell Arnerich: 22.26%
Mohamed Elsherbini: 4.85%
Allen Timmons: 5.61%
Kevin R. Traylor: 5.78%
Turner F. Stanton: 13.13%
PJ Shelton: 6.62%
Renee Morgan: 19.94%
Nasser Mirzai: 4.84%
Dave Fong: 16.97%

El Cerrito City Council (Voters choose three)
Matt Burnham: 14.36%
Jennifer Greel: 2.47%
Lisa Motoyama: 23.72%
Paul Fadelli: 20.85%
Isis: 2.42%
Arthur Yee: 7.54%
William Ktsanes: 8.18%
Tessa Rudnick: 20.46%

Hercules City Council (Voters choose three)
Gerard Boulanger: 15.82%
Celsa Taraya: 13.69%
Irina Galieva: 16.13%
Tiffany Grimsley: 17.13%
Alexander Walker-Griffin: 18.92%
Dan Romero: 18.32%

Lafayette City Council (Voters choose three)
Cameron Burks: 28.49%
Carl Anduri: 28.34%
Gina Dawson: 26.79%
Farschad Farzan: 16.38%

Martinez City Council, District 2
Danial Kenneth Leahy: 38.03%
Alicia Rain Marazzani: 23.05%
Mark Ross: 38.92%

Martinez City Council, District 3
Brianne Zorn: 51.31%
Noralea Gipner: 48.69%

Moraga Town Council (Voters choose three)
Kendall W. Langan: 18.26%
Teresa Onoda: 23.27%
David Stromberg: 26.72%
Renata Sos: 27.29%
Ursula Schilling: 4.47%

Oakley City Council (Voters choose three)
Claire Alaura: 16.17%
Aaron Meadows: 18.56%
Conan Moats: 12.76%
George Fuller: 16.51%
Oleksii Chuiko: 7.19%
Anissa Williams: 16.32%
Kevin Romick: 12.49%

Orinda City Council (Voters choose two)
Darlene K. Gee: 34.94%
Latika Malkani: 30.52%
Inga Miller: 34.54%

Orinda Measure R
Yes: 60.12%
No: 39.88%

The measure would increase sales tax to 1% for the next 20 years with revenue applied to the general fund.

Pinole City Council (Voters choose two)
Maureen Toms: 46.05%
Devin Murphy: 53.95%

Pittsburg City Council (Voters choose two)
Juan Antonio Banales: 35.81%
Frank Aiello: 11.81%
Natisa Dill: 21.35%
Jelani Killings: 31.03%

Pittsburg Measure Q
Yes: 63.11%
No: 36.89%

Measure moves to appoint the city’s clerk to the City Council, which is currently an elected office.

Richmond City Council, District 1
Eleanor Thompson: 43.64%
Melvin Lee Willis Jr: 56.36%

Richmond City Council, District 5
Ahmad Anderson: 29.47%
Najari Smith: 3.85%
Gayle McLaughlin: 52.27%
Mike Vasilas: 14.41%

Richmond City Council, District 6
Vinay Pimplé: 32.15%
La’Tanya Dandie “Ms. Dandie”: 15.9%
Claudia Jimenez: 51.95%

Richmond Measure U
Yes: 79.92%
No: 36.89%

Replaces the city’s business license fee with a tax that would range from .06% to 5% dependent on gross receipts. The new tax is expected to generate $5.95 million over the next year, versus the $3.5 million the license fee contributes annually.

San Pablo City Council (Voters choose three)
Charlene Harlan: 21.42%
Patricia R. Ponce: 24.2%
Abel Pineda: 23.27%
Arturo Cruz: 23.11%
Rich Kinney: 8%

San Pablo Measure S
Yes: 78.8%
No: 21.2%

Extends a .5% sales tax for five years with an additional five years at .25%. The tax was originally set to expire in 2022, but passage ensures

San Ramon Mayor
Sabina Zafar: 29.29%
Dinesh Govindarao: 14.76%
David E. “Dave” Hudson: 34.56%
Sanat Sethy: 5.11%
Susmita Nayak: 1.9%
Aparna Madireddi: 14.38%

San Ramon City Council, District 1
Luis Gomez: 50.23%
Scott Perkins: 49.77%

San Ramon City Council, District 3
Reza Majlesi: 30.62%
Sridhar Verose: 45.7%
Varun Kaushal: 12.19%
Sameera Rajwade: 11.49%

Walnut Creek City Council (Voters choose three)
Hailey Ayres: 4.41%
Lauren M. Talbert: 4.24%
Loella Dotterer Haskew: 15.79%
Michael Samson: 6.89%
Cindy Darling: 20.23%
Kevin Wilk: 21.09%
Kurtis Reese: 15.42%

Details on the results of other notable races can be accessed on the county’s election results page.

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