Election 2016 General Election Results

Napa County Contests Confirmed Votes Percentage of Votes
Napa County Supervisor, District 2 Confirmed Votes
Ryan Gregory 3,738 55.72
Mark Luce (I) 2,953 44.02
City of Napa, City Council Confirmed Votes
Scott Sedgley 9,140 39.62
Doris Gentry 7,627 33.06
Mary Luros 6,156 26.77
American Canyon, Mayor Confirmed Votes
Leon Garcia 3,021 72.29
Douglas Lloyd Lindsey 1,138 27.23
American Canyon, City Council Confirmed Votes
Mariam J. Aboudamous 1,626 26.39
Kenneth Leary (I) 1,547 25.11
Joan Bennett (I) 1,533 24.88
Anthony "Tony" Heuschel 1,419 23.03
City of St. Helena, City Council Confirmed Votes
Mary Koberstein 853 33.27
Geoff Ellsworth 714 27.85
Gregory Jude Pitts 508 19.81
Sharon Shaw Crull 483 18.84
Measure Z, Open Space Tax Confirmed Votes
Yes 19,046 62.48
No 11,436 37.52
Measure A, Animal Shelter Reform Confirmed Votes
Yes 20,607 69.95
No 8,851 30.05
Measure B, Animal Shelter Reform Confirmed Votes
Yes 15,539 53.68
No 13,407 46.32
Measure D, St. Helena sales tax measure Confirmed Votes
Yes 998 69.89
No 430 30.11
US Representative, District 5 California Total Votes
Mike Thompson - D (I) 147,902 77
Carlos Santamaria - R 44,223 23
U.S. Senator California Total Votes
Kamala D. Harris - D 4,861,261 62.5
Loretta L. Sanchez - D 2,914,651 37.5
State Senator, District 3 California Total Votes
Bill Dodd - D 142,766 59.4
Mariko Yamada - D 97,441 40.6
State Assembly, District 4 California Total Votes
Cecilia M. Aguiar-Curry - D 71,862 63.6
Charlie Schaupp - R 41,172 38.79
Napa Valley College Trustee, Area 1 Confirmed Votes
Jennifer Baker 1,420 38.70
Daniel DiGardi (I) 1,405 38.29
Jacqueline Kearns 826 22.51
Napa Valley College Trustee, Area 6 Confirmed Votes
Rosaura Segura 2,458 52.87
Debbie Alter-Starr 2,159 46.44
Napa Valley Unified School District Trustee, Area 5 Confirmed Votes
Icela Martin 5,820 28.99
Susan Larson Bouwer 5,781 28.79
Jesse Ryan Allured 5,103 25.41
Jessica De Lasaux 3,219 16.03
Casitoga Joint Unified Governing Board Confirmed Votes
Matthew Reid 638 22.48
Julie Elkeshen (I) 626 22.06
Mark Galindo 564 19.87
Martin E. Hunt (I) 559 19.70
Brian C. Fennen 446 15.77
Vote Count Updated: Nov. 8, 11:06 p.m. PST
Proposition Confirmed Votes Percentage of Votes
Prop 51 $9 billion in bonds for education and school facilities
Yes 4,663,319 54
No 3,976,364 46
Prop 52 Voter approval of changes to the hospital fee program
Yes 5,950,642 69.6
No 2,599,764 30.4
Prop 53 Requires voter approval before any revenue bonds can be issued or sold, if amount exceeds $2 billion
No 4,309,664 51.4
Yes 4,067,013 48.6
Prop 54 California Legislature Transparency Act
Yes 5,379,610 64.3
No 2,987,230 35.7
Prop 55 Tax Extension for Education and Healthcare
Yes 5,350,614 62.1
No 3,264,342 37.9
Prop 56 Increase the cigarette tax by $2 per pack
Yes 5,551,236 62.9
No 3,271,626 37.1
Prop 57 Criminal Sentences & Juvenile Crime Proceedings
Yes 5,501,627 63.6
No 3,150,477 36.4
Prop 58 Bilingual education in public schools
Yes 6,245,618 72.4
No 2,376,075 27.6
Prop 59 Constitutional Amendment Advisory Measure
Yes 4,292,992 52.3
No 3,911,588 47.7
Prop 60 Require the use of condoms in pornographic films
No 4,553,833 53.9
Yes 3,888,895 46.1
Prop 61 Prescription drug price regulations
No 4,570,245 53.7
Yes 3,933,084 46.3
Prop 62 Repeal the death penalty
No 4,650,097 54.8%
Yes 3,971,872 46.1
Prop 63 Background checks for ammunition purchases
Yes 5,451,811 62.6
No 3,252,821 37.4
Prop 64 Legalization of marijuana and hemp
Yes 4,957,215 56
No 3,889,080 44
Prop 65 Grocery and retail carry-out bags
No 4,739,312 55.3
Yes 3,825,163 44.7
Prop 66 Shortening Death Penalty Appeals
Yes 4,210,163 50.9
No 4,058,667 49.1
Prop 67 Prohibition on plastic single-use carryout bags
Yes 4,474,493 52
No 4,136,044 48
Vote Count Updated: Nov. 9, 10:24 a.m. PST

Election 2016: Napa Valley Register Editorial Board

Napa has been fortunate to have a string of effective advocates in the state Assembly, most recently with former Supervisor Bill Dodd, who is now seeking an open State Senate seat. Voters in Napa County have an opportunity to continue that run of solid representation by electing Winters Mayor Cecilia Aguiar-Curry to replace Dodd in this November’s election.

National Election News

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U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley's rebuttal to a putdown from a close adviser to President Donald Trump has been seized upon as a rallying cry among some women. She said simply, "I don't get confused," when the aide said that might have been a problem when she said Russia sanctions were coming. They weren't, but she remains unbowed, on shortlists of future presidential candidates. Read more

  • MARY CLARE JALONICK, ERIC TUCKER and CHAD DAY Associated Press
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WASHINGTON — James Comey and President Donald Trump seem to disagree on most everything, but the ex-FBI director's memos show consensus on at least one thing: the need to hunt down leakers. Read more

  • KEN SWEET Associated Press
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NEW YORK — Wells Fargo will pay $1 billion to federal regulators to settle charges tied to misconduct at its mortgage and auto lending business, the latest punishment levied against the banking giant for widespread customer abuses. Read more

  • Richard Halstead The Marin Independent Journal
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RICHMOND — San Rafael-based MCE celebrated the successful completion of a 60-acre solar farm — one of the largest in the state — in Richmond on Wednesday, a few days ahead of Earth Day. Read more