Midterm Election Results

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The midterms were here, with a full U.S. House and 35 Senate seats up for grabs.

The Senate leaned Republican, as 42 Republican seats are not up for election this year, compared to 23 Democrat seats.

Republicans have gained two seats in the Senate.

Now 97 seats out of 100 have been declared, with 51 Republicans and 44 Democrats elected to the Senate.

Democrats have gained 30  seats in the U.S. House.

Now 422 seats out of 435 have been declared, with 225 Democrats and 197 Republicans elected

This means Republicans control the Senate and Democrats control the U.S. House.

State positions include Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary Of State, Controller, Treasurer, Attorney General, and Insurance Commissioner.

Los Angeles County positions include Assessor and Sheriff.

Judge Of The Superior Court positions include Office No. 4, Office No. 16, Office No. 60, and Office No. 113.

Propositions include Prop 1, Prop 2, Prop 3, Prop 4, Prop 5, Prop 6Prop 7Prop 8, Prop 10, Prop 11, and Prop 12.

Governor

Gavin Newsom (D) has become governor with 4,116,560 votes at 59.4 percent of the electorate.
His opponent, John Cox (R) got 40.6 percent of the electorate with 2,811,627 votes.

Lieutenant Governor

Eleni Kounalakis (D) has become lieutenant governor with 3,200,197 votes and 55.7 percent of the electorate. Her opponent, Ed Hernandez (D) got 44.3 percent of the vote with 2,548,772 votes.

Secretary Of State

Alex Padilla (D) has become secretary of state with 4,219,344 votes and 61.8 percent of the electorate. His opponent, Mark Meuser (R) got 38.2 percent of the vote with 2,613,597 votes.

Controller

Betty Yee (D) has become controller with 4,290,129 votes and 62.9% percent of the electorate. Her opponent, Konstantinos Roditis (R) got 37.1 percent of the vote with 2,526,211 votes.

Treasurer

Fiona Ma (D) has become treasurer with 4,161,641 votes and 61.2% percent of the electorate. Her opponent, Greg Conlon (R) got 38.8 percent of the vote with 2,634,251 votes.

Attorney General

Xavier Becerra (D) has become attorney general with 4,147,289 votes and 60.8% percent of the electorate. His opponent, Steven Bailey (R) got 39.2 percent of the vote with 2,678,920 votes.

Insurance Commissioner

Ricardo Lara (D) has become insurance commissioner with 3,300,814 votes and 50.8% percent of the electorate. His opponent, Steve Poizner (N) got 49.2 percent of the vote with 3,197,704 votes.

Los Angeles County Assessor

Jeffrey Prang has become county assessor with 684,170 votes and 60.31 percent of the electorate. His opponent, John “Lower Taxes” Loew, received 450,279 votes.

Los Angeles County Sheriff

Jim Mcdonnell has become sheriff with 595,797 votes and 51.17 percent of the electorate. His opponent, Alex Villanueva received 568,549 votes.

Judge Of The Superior Court Office No. 113

Javier Perez has won Office 113 with 67.54 percent and 694,453 votes. His opponent Michael P. Ribons received 333,779 votes.

Judge Of The Superior Court Office No. 60

Tony J. Cho has won Office 60 with 56.67 percent and 604,453 votes. His opponent, Holly L. Hancock, received 462,217 votes.

Judge Of The Superior Court Office No. 16

Patricia (Patti) Hunter won Office 16 with 60.55 percent and 633,950 votes. Her opponent, Sydne Jane Michel, received 412,983 votes.

Judge Of The Superior Court Office No. 4

A. Verónica Sauceda won Office 4 with 57.05 percent and 604,344 votes. Her opponent, Alfred A. Coletta, received 454,942 votes.

Prop 1 – Bonds To Fund Veteran & Affordable Housing

Passed at 54.14 percent of the vote with 3,608,450 votes.

Prop 2 – Amend Existing Housing Program For Mental Illness

Passed at 61.16 percent of the vote with 4,093,836 votes.

Prop 3 – Bond For Water And Environmental Projects

Failed at 52.37 percent of the vote with 3,465,731 votes.

Prop 4 – Bond For Children’s Hospital Construction

Passed at 60.57 percent with 4,054,643 votes.

Prop 5 – Senior Property Reduction

Failed at 58.15 percent with 3,869,575 votes.

Prop 6 – Repeal Of Fuel Tax Approved By Voters

Failed at 55.34 percent with 3,759,623 votes.

Prop 7 – Change Daylight Saving Time Period

Passed at 59.87 percent with 3,974,358 votes.

Prop 8 – Regulates Kidney Dialysis Treatment Charges

Failed at 61.57 percent with 4,137,172 votes.

Prop 10 – Rental Control On Residential Property

Failed at 61.69 percent with 4,184,057 votes.

Prop 11 – Emergency Ambulance Employees On-Call

Passed at 60.50 percent with 4,048,672 votes.

Prop 12 – Farm Animals Confinement Standards

Passed at 61.03 percent with 4,082,850 votes.

Los Angeles County Flood Control District – Measure W

Passed at 67.15 percent with 815,133 votes.

Mt. SAC Community College District Special Election – Measure GO

Passed at a 60.82 percent for a total of 78,943 votes, and the opposition received 50,859 votes.

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