Results of June 3 Gubernatorial Primary Election announced

SACRAMENTO – California Secretary of State Debra Bowen released the following results of the June 3 Gubernatorial Primary Election as of June 4. The top two candidates in each state-wide race go on to the general election in November.

Mail-in ballots are still being counted so the results are not official until July 4.

Governor – Edmund G. Brown (D) – 54.4%; Neel Kashkari (R) – 19.1%

Lt. Governor – Gavin Newson (D) – 49.8%; Ron Nehring (R) – 23.2%

Secretary of State – Alex Padilla (D) –30.1%; Pete Peterson (R) – 29.7%

Controller – Ashley Swearengin (R) – 24.4%; John A. Perez (D) – 21.7%

Treasurer – John Chiang (D) – 55.0%; Greg Conlon (R) – 38.5%

Attorney General – Kamala Harris (D) – 53.0%; Ronald Gold (R) – 12.7%

Insurance Commission – Dave Jones (D) – 53.1%; Ted Gaines (R) – 48.82%

State Superintendent of Public Instruction – Tom Torlakson – 46.9%; Marshall Tuck –28.7%

State Senator – 38th District – Joel Anderson (R) – 70.67%

Assembly District 75 – Marie Waldron (R) – 100% (unopposed)

U.S. House of Representatives –

49th District – Darrel Issa (R) – 61.4%

50th District – Duncan Hunter (R) – 69.9%

S.D. County Supervisor – District 5 – Bill Horn (R) – 51.29%

S.D. County Assessor/Recorder/Clerk – Ernie Dronenburg – 59.05%

S.D. County Treasurer/Tax Collector – Dan McAllister – 100% (unopposed)

S.D. County District Attorney – Bonnie Dumanis – 55%

S.D. County Sheriff – Bill Gore – 100% (unopposed)

6 Responses to "Results of June 3 Gubernatorial Primary Election announced"

  1. Ray (the real one)   June 6, 2014 at 10:39 am

    Californians are the "uninformed voters".

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  2. Me   June 6, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    Stuck with Horn for 4 more years…….

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  3. Justwondering   June 6, 2014 at 7:49 pm

    Were we supposed to be getting ballots and the pamphlet? Because we never did..in fallbrook?

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    VILLAGE NEWS NOTE: All registered voters signed up for mail ballots that I know received those items. Please check with SD Registrar. –D. Ramsey

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  4. Redneck Bill   June 7, 2014 at 8:42 pm

    I’m with you Ray. If people don’t vote the same way as I do, they’re "uninformed."

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  5. Me   June 9, 2014 at 8:10 am

    @Redneck Bill….I think Ray was saying that stupid Californians keep putting the same failures back in office…expecting them to "suddenly" become successful.

    The democrats have had 25+ years to improve California…they failed. Time for a change.

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  6. VC Bookkeeper   June 12, 2014 at 11:03 am

    How about those two propositions, did those pass?

    Staff: Both Propositions have passed. As of June 11, Prop. 41 – Veteran Housing had 65.4% yes votes and Prop. 42 – Public Records had 62% yes votes.

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