Unofficial Lassen County, state election results

According to the unofficial results from the Lassen County Clerk’s Office, out of 14,646 registered voters in Lassen County, only 3,813 — 26.03 percent — participated in yesterday’s election. According to statewide unofficial results, the statewide total is 25.4 percent as of 9:44 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9.

Local Races
Lassen County Supervisor District 5
Thomas Traphagan collected 366 votes (51.48 percent) and Jason Ingram gathered 343 votes (48.24 percent).

Measure R Commercial Cannabis
Measure R collected 720 no votes (62.94 percent) against 424 yes votes (27.06 percent).

Measure S Commercial Cannabis
Measure S gathered 2,470 no votes (66.10 percent) against 1,267 yes votes (33.90 percent).

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Lassen Municipal Utility District Ward 2
Incumbent Howard “Bud” Bowden collected 1,316 votes (44.84 percent); Curtis Bortle gathered 821 votes (27.97 percent); and Rachael Ann Schroeder received 878 votes (26.81 percent).

Lassen Municipal Utility District Ward 3
Incumbent Jess Urionaguena gathered 1,740 votes (59.65 percent); and Alan Siemer collected 1,159 votes (39.73 percent).

Janesville Elementary School (vote for 3)
Lee Bailey gathered 429 votes (33.67 percent); Joanna Harrison got 322 votes (25.27 percent); John Meese garnered 268 votes (21.04 percent); and Charity R. Moore collected 241 votes (18.92 percent).

Spalding Community Services District (vote for 3)
Edward John Lawson received 63 votes (22.83 percent); Randall Aubrey collected 82 votes (29.71 percent); Mike Arnold gathered 61 votes (22.10 percent); Vickie Shumaker earned 25 votes (12.68 percent); and David C. Heston got 29 votes (10.51 percent).

Herlong Public Utility District (vote for 3)
Eula K. Johnson garnered 59 votes (27.96 percent); Lee A. Harris collected 54 votes (25.59 percent); Felix H. Flores earned 590 votes (23.70 percent); and Laureen Beach gathered 47 votes (22.27 percent).

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Shasta County Board of Education (vote for 2)
Richard Gallardo garnered 30 votes (28.85 percent); Robert “Steve” MacFarland got 27 votes (25.96 percent); Arthur Gorman earned 22 votes (21.15 percent); Rhonda “Hookman” Hull collected 20 votes (19.23 percent); and Delores Lucero gathered 5 votes (4.81 percent).

Fall River Joint Unified School District (vote for 3)
John Hamilton collected 51 votes (26.42 percent); Richard “Rick” Dougherty collected 49 votes (25.30 percent); Jeanne Norris received 48 votes (24.87 percent); and Ignacio “Iggy” Venegas gathered 45 votes (23.32 percent).

District Races
State Assembly District 1
In Lassen County, incumbent Republican Megan Dahle collected 3,003 votes (79.55 percent), and Democrat Belle Starr Sandwith gathered 772 votes (20.45 percent). Districtwide, Dahle collected 72,313 votes (60.6 percent) compared to Sandwith’s 46,934 votes (39.4 percent).

Board of Equalization, District 1
In Lassen County, incumbent Republican Ted Gaines garnered 2,970 votes (79.48 percent), and Democrat Jose S. Altamirano gathered 767 votes (20.52 percent). Districtwide, Gaines collected 666,058 votes (56.6 percent) compared to Altamirano’s 509,804 votes (43.4 percent).

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House of Representatives, District 1
In Lassen County, Republican Doug LaMalfa collected 2,928 votes (77.3 percent), compared to Democrat Max Steiner’s 860 votes (22.7 percent). Statewide, LaMalfa collected 83,979 votes (59.9 percent) compared to Steiner’s 56,249 votes (40.1 percent).

Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Third District, Stacy Boulware Eurie
In Lassen County, Stacy Boulware Eurie collect 1,453 yes votes (45.34 percent) against 1,752 no votes (54.66 percent). Districtwide, Eurie collected 304,338 yes votes (64.3 percent).

Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Third District, Harry Hull
In Lassen County, Harry Hull gathered 1,754 yes votes (54.82 percent) against 1,448 no votes (45.18 percent). Districtwide, Hull received 309.350 yes votes (66 percent)

Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Third District, Peter Krause
In Lassen County, Peter Krause collected 1,431 yes votes (44.66 percent) against 1,773 no votes (55.34 percent). Districtwide, Krause received 295,552 yes votes (63.1 percent).

Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Third District, Laurie M. Earl
In Lassen County, Laurie M. Earl collected 1,849 no votes (57.6 percent) and 1,361 yes votes (42.4 percent). Districtwide, Earl received 296,514 vote (62.7 percent).

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State Races
Governor
As might be expected, Republican Brian Dahle collected 3,068 (81.21 percent) votes here in his home county, while incumbent Democrat Gavin Newson garnered only 710 votes (18.70 percent) in what some consider the reddest county in our mostly blue state. Statewide, Newsom leads with 3.2 million votes (57.6 percent) compared to Dahle’s 2.3 million votes (42.4 percent).

Lieutenant Governor
In Lassen County, Republican Angela E. Underwood Jacobs gathered 2,885 votes (71.18 percent) against Democrat Eleni Kounalakis who garnered 853 votes (22.82 percent). Statewide, Kounalakis leads with 3.1 million votes (57.7 percent) compared to Jacobs’ 2.3 million votes (42.3 percent).

Secretary of State
In Lassen County, Republican Rob Bernosky collected 2,862 votes (76.26 percent) and Democrat Shirley N. Weber gathered 891 votes (23.74 percent). Statwide Weber leads with 3.1 million votes (58 percent) compared to Bernosky’s 2.3 million votes (42 percent).

Controller
In Lassen County, Republican Lanhee J. Chen collected 2,917 votes (78,02 percent) and Democrat Malia M. Cohen gathered 822 votes (21.98 percent). Statewide, Cohen leads with 2.9 million votes (53.6 percent) compared to Chen’s 2.5 million votes (46.4 percent).

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Treasurer
In Lassen County, Republican Jack M. Guerrero collected 2,859 votes (76.59 percent), and Democrat Fiona Ma gathered 874 votes (23.41 percent). Statewide, Ma leads with 3 million votes (57.1 percent) compared to Guerrero’s 2.3 million votes (42.9 percent).

Attorney General
In Lassen County, Republican Nathan Hochman collected 2,875 votes (76.87 percent), and Democrat Ricardo Lara gathered 889 votes (23.85 percent). Statewide, Bonta leads with 3.1 million votes (57.2 percent) compared to Hochman’s 2.3 million votes (42.8 percent).

Insurance Commissioner
In Lassen County, Republican Robert Howell collected 2,838 votes compared to Democrat Ricardo Lara’s 889 votes (23.85 percent). Statewide, Ricardo Lara leads with 3.1 million votes (57.9 percent) compared to Robert Howell’s 2.2 million votes (42.1 percent).

Superintendent of Public Instruction
In Lassen County, Lance Ray Christensen collected 1,751 votes (53.94 percent), and incumbent Tony K. Thurmond gathered 1,457 votes (44.89 percent). Statewide, Thurmond leads with 2.8 million votes (62.7 percent) compared to Christensen’s 1.7 million votes (37.3 percent).

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Chief Justice of California, Patricia Guerrero
In Lassen County, Patricia Guerrero collected 1,397 yes votes (41.93 percent) against 1,935 no votes (58.07 percent). Statewide Gurrero collected 3.1 million yes votes (70.03 percent).

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Goodwin Liu
In Lassen County, Goodwin Liu collected 1,412 yes votes (42.96 percent) against 2,875 no votes, (57.04 percent). Statewide, Liu collected 3 million votes (69 percent).

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Martin J. Jenkins
In Lassen County, Martin J. Jenkins collected 1,427 yes votes (43.67 percent) against 1,841 no votes (56.33 percent). Statewide, Jenkins collected 3 million votes (69.3 percent).

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Joshua P. Groban
In Lassen County Joshua P. Groban gathered 1,346 yes votes (41.39 percent) against 1,906 no votes (58.61 percent). Statewide, Gorban collected 2.9 million votes (68.3 percent).

Proposition 1 (Constitutional Right to Reproductive Freedom)
In Lassen County Proposition 1 gathered 2,245 no votes (50.59 percent) against 1,460 yes votes (39.41 percent). Statewide Proposition 1 leads with 3.5 million yes votes (65 percent).

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Proposition 26 (Sports Wagering on Tribal Lands)
In Lassen County, Proposition 26 collected 2,695 no votes (72.62 percent) against 1,016 yes votes (27.38 percent). Statewide Proposition 25 fails 3.8 million no votes (70.01 percent).

Proposition 27 (Online Sports Wagering Outside of Tribal Lands)
In Lassen County, Proposition 27 gathered 3.159 no votes (84.80 percent) against 566 yes votes (15.20 percent). Statewide, Proposition 27 fails with 4.5 million no votes (83.3 percent).

Proposition 28 (Public Schools Arts and Music Education Funding)
In Lassen County, Proposition 28 collected 1,975 no votes (53.34 percent) against 1,729 yes votes (56.66 percent). Statewide, Proposition 28 leads with 3.3 million yes votes (61.5 percent).

Proposition 29 (Regulates Kidney Dialysis Clinics)
In Lassen County, Proposition 29 gathered 2,838 no votes (76.81 percent) against 857 yes votes (23.19 percent). Statewide, Proposition 29 fails with 3.7 no votes (69.9 percent).

Proposition 30 (Tax to Fund ZEV/Wildlife Programs)
In Lassen County, Proposition 39 received 2,923 no votes (78.09 percent) against 820 yes votes (21.91 percent). Statewide, Proposition 30 fails with 3.2 million no votes (59.1 percent).

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Proposition 31 (Prohibition on Sale of Certain Tobacco Products)
In Lassen County, Proposition 31 gathered 2,109 no votes (56.89 percent) against 1,598 yes votes (43.11 percent). Statewide, Proposition 31 leads with 3.3 million yes votes (62.3 percent).

Federal Races
U.S. Senator (full term)
In Lassen County, Republican Mark P. Meuser collected 2,852 votes (75.97 percent), and Democrat Alex Padilla garnered 902 votes (24.03 percent). Statewide, Padilla collected 3.2 million votes (59 percent) compared to Meuser’s 2.2 million votes (41 percent).

United States Senator (partial/unexpired term)
In Lassen County, Republican Mark P. Meuser collected 2,839 votes (75.81 percent) and Democrat Alex Padilla garnered 906 votes (24.19 percent). Statewide Padilla collected 3.2 million votes (58.8 percent) compared to Meuser’s 2.2 million votes (41.2 percent).