California has until April 3rd to finalize the Primary Elections results, but here are the preliminary results. Provisional ballots are still being counted
Bernie Sanders – 34.3%
Joe Biden – 27.6%
Elizabeth Warren – 13.3%
Michael Bloomberg – 12.9%
CD1: Audrey Denney 38.8%; Doug LaMalfa 55.4%
For more information on Audrey Denney or to donate to her campaign, go to Home – Audrey Denney for Congress
CD4: Brynne Kennedy 38.9%; Tom McClintock 51.9%
For more information on Brynne Kennedy or to donate to her campaign, go to Brynne Kennedy For Congress
CALIFORNIA STATE SENATE:
SD1: Pamela Swartz 35.1%; Brian Dahle 58.8%
For more about Pamela Swartz or to donate to her campaign go to Pamela For Senate
AD1: Elizabeth Betancourt 38.5%; Megan Dahle 52.3%
For more information on Elizabeth Betancourt or to donate to her campaign go to www.betancourt4ad1.com
Republican incumbent Frank Bigelow won re-election for California Assembly District 5 with 102,072 votes (uncontested).
AD6: Jackie Smith 40.6%; Kevin Kiley 59.4%
For more information on Jackie Smith or to donate to her campaign go to https://smith4assembly.com
STATE PROPOSITIONS: Proposition 13: Failed to pass
Placer County Democratic Central Committee:
District 1: Kathleen Crawford, Joe L. Mlakar, , Terry Brady, Brian Ziel, Ellen Debach-Riley.
District 2: Deana Rhoades, Lynne R. Snyder, two vacancies.
District 3: Cynthia Davis, Marianne Quinn, Junko T. Baker, Katrina Dunn.
District 4:Wesley H. Clark, Lisa Larkin, Susan Gutowsky, George Mellen.
District 5: Terry P. Rodriguez, Deanna Ruud, Tomas Vera, Barbara V. Smith, one vacancy.
PLACER COUNTY SUPERVISOR:
District 3: Incumbent Jim Holmes (53.59% of votes)
District 4: Challenger Republican Suzanne Jones is ahead of incumbent Kirk Uhler (12,057 Jones to 11,484 Uhler).
District 5: Incumbent Cindy Gustafson (74.37% of votes)
LOCAL MEASURES: All Placer County Measures failed.