Final Lassen County election results

The final results from the Nov. 8 election results in Lassen County were up for certification before the board of supervisors today.

Here are the final local results, according to the Lassen County Clerk’s website.

A total of 9,271 votes were cast for a voter turnout of 63.3 percent. There are 14,646 registered voters in the county.

According to the California Secretary of State’s website, the state election results will not be certified until Friday, Dec. 16.

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Local Measures
Measure R Commercial Cannabis
Measure R received 1,731 no votes (59.46 percent) and 1,088 yes votes (37.38 percent).

Measure S
Measure S received 5,921 no votes (63.87 percent) and 3,104 yes votes (37.38 percent).

Local Races
Janesville Elementary School District (vote for three)
Lee Bailey received 1,047 votes (21.73 percent; Joanna Harrison received 754 votes (15.65 percent); John Meese received 585 votes (12.14 percent); and Charity R. Moore received 571 votes (11.85 percent).

Herlong Public Utility District (vote for three)
Eula K. Johnson received 141 votes (17,28 percent); Felix H. Flores received 128 votes (15.69 percent); Lee A. Harris received 118 votes (14.46 percent); and Laureen Beach received 115 votes (14.09 percent).

District Races
United States Representative District 1
Republican Doug LaMalfa received 7,280 votes (78.52 percent) compared to 1,856 votes for Democrat Max Steiner (20.02 percent).

State Assembly District 1
Republican Megan Dahle received 7,502 votes (80.92 percent) compared to 1,629 votes for Democrat Bell Starr Sandwith (17.57 percent).

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Lassen County Supervisor District 5
Jason Ingram received 917 votes (48.83 percent); and Thomas Traphagan received 860 votes (45.79 percent).

Lassen Municipal Utility District Ward 2
Howard “Bud” Bowden received 3,131 votes (39.94 percent); Curtis Bortle received 1,993 votes (25.42 percent); and Rachael Ann Schroeder received 1,819 votes (23.2 percent).

Lassen Municipal Utility District Ward 3
Jess Urionaguena received 4,055 votes (51.73 percent); and Alan Siemer received 2,809 votes (35.83 percent).

Spalding Community Services District (vote for three)
Randall Aubrey received 107 votes (25.3 percent); Edward John Lawson received 79 votes (18.68 percent: Mike Arnold received 78 votes (18.44 percent); Vicki Shumaker received 45 votes (10.64 percent); and David C. Helton received 39 votes (9.22 percent).

Associate Justice Court of Appeal Third District
Stacy Boulware Eurie received 4,446 no votes (47.96 percent) compared to 3,193 yes votes (34.44 percent).

Laurie M. Earl received 4,676 no votes (50.44 percent) compared to 2,996 yes votes (32.32 percent).

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Harry Hull received 4,040 yes votes (43.58 percent) compared to 3,612 no votes (28.96 percent).

Peter Krause received 4,372 no votes (47.16 percent) compared to 3,277 yes votes (35.35 percent).

Statewide Races
California Governor
Republican Brian Dahle received 7,726 votes (83.34 percent) compared to 1,444 votes for Democrat Gavin Newsom (15.58 percent).

Lieutenant Governor
Republican Angela E. Underwood Jacobs received 7,247 votes (78.17 percent) compared to 1,787 votes for Democrate Eleni Kounalakis (19.28 percent).

Secretary of State
Republican Rob Bernosky received 7,221 votes (77.89 percent) compared to 1,853 votes for Democrat Shirley N. Weber (19.999 percent).

Controller
Republican Lahnee J. Chen received 7,314 votes (78.89 percent) compared to 1,729 votes for Democrat Malia M. Cohen (18.65 percent).

Treasurer
Republican Jack M. Guerrero received 7,217 votes (77.84 percent) compared to 1,821 votes for Democrat Fiona Ma (19.64 percent).

Attorney General
Republican Nathan Hochman received 7,216 votes (77.83 percent) compared to 1,829 votes for Democrat Rob Bonta (19.73 percent).

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Insurance Commissioner
Republican Robert Howell received 7,122 votes (76.82 percent) compared to 1,874 votes for Democrat Ricardo Lara (20.21 percent).

Board of Equalization District 1
Republican Ted Gaines received 7,382 votes (79.62 percent) compared to 1,641 votes for Democrat Jose S. Altamirano (17.7 percent).

Superintendent of Public Instruction
Lance Ray Christensen received 4,416 votes (47.63 percent) compared to 3,216 votes for Tony K. Thurmond (24.69 percent).

Chief Justice of California Supreme Court
Patricia Guerrero received 4,871 no votes (52.54 percent) compared to 3,045 yes votes (32.84 percent).

Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court
Goodwin Liu
received 4,730 no votes (51.02 percent) compared to 3,108 yes votes (33.52 percent).

Martin J. Jenkins received 4,601 no votes (49.63 percent) compared to 3,199 yes votes (34.51 percent).

Joshua P. Groban received 4,689 no votes (50.58 percent) compared to 3,064 yes votes (33.05 percent).

Propositions
Proposition 1
Proposition 1 received 5,434 no votes (58.61 percent) and 3,522 yes votes (37.99 percent).

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Proposition 26
Proposition 26 received 6,408 no votes (69.12 percent) and 2581 yes votes (27.84 percent).

Proposition 27
Proposition 27 received 7,469 no votes (80.56 percent) and 1,540 yes votes (16.61 percent).

Proposition 28
Proposition 28 received 4,603 no votes (49.65 percent) and 4,349 yes votes (46.91 percent).

Proposition 29
Proposition 29 received 6,878 no votes (74.19 percent) and 2,059 yes votes (22.21 percent).

Proposition 30
Proposition 30 received 7, 243 no votes (78.13 percent) and 1,812 yes votes (19.54 percent).

Proposition 31
Proposition 31 received 5,279 no votes (56.94 percent) and 3,702 yes votes (39.93 percent).

Federal Races
United States Senator full term
Republican Mark P. Meuser received 7,181 votes (77.46 percent) compared to 1,888 votes for Democrat Alex Padilla (20.36 percent).

United States Senator partial/unexpired term
Republican Mark P. Meuser received 7,158 votes (77.21 percent) compared to 1,886 votes for Democrat Alex Padilla (20.34 percent).