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Election certified: See Nevada County election results here

 

The June 7 vote has been certified. Nevada County had 37,990 people cast a ballot out of 75,368 registered voters, a turnout of 50.4%.

CLERK-RECORDER/REGISTRAR OF VOTERS

Natalie Adona: 22,800 votes, or 67.89%



Paul Gilbert: 2,942 votes, 8.76%

Jason Tedder: 7,843 votes, or 23.35%



 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, DISTRICT 3

Valentina Masterz: 1,209 votes, 20.44%

Patti Ingram Spencer: 1,841 votes, or 31.13%

Lisa Swarthout: 2,864 votes, or 48.43%

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, DISTRICT 4

Calvin Clark: 11,270 votes, or 17.41%

Sue Hoek: 6,026 votes, or 82.59%

 

NEVADA CITY COUNCIL

Top 2 vote-getters will be seated on the council

Lou Ceci: 743

Adam Kline: 863

Ken Merdinger: 140

Erin Minett: 673

 

AUDITOR-CONTROLLER

Rob Tribble: 16,929 votes, or 54.79%

Gina Will: 13,969 votes, or 45.21%

 

ASSESSOR

Gerald Bushore: 8,672 votes, or 28.09%

Rolf Kleinhans: 22,196 votes, or 71.91%

 

MEASURE U – TRUCKEE SALES TAX FOR TRAILS

Must pass with at least two-thirds of the vote

Yes: 3,901 — 79.56%

No: 1,002 — 20.44%

 

The following contests have not yet been certified

ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 1

Top two vote-getters will proceed to November general election

Districtwide votes

Megan Dahle: 75,990

Belle Sandwith: 49,185

Kelly Tanner: 16,935

Joshua Brown: 2,789

 

3RD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

Top two vote-getters will proceed to November general election

Districtwide votes

Kermit Jones: 77,519

Scott Jones: 32,019

Kevin Kiley: 76,446

David Peterson: 11,086

 

GOVERNOR

Nevada County votes

Brian Dahle: 12,930

Gavin Newsom: 18,415

Reinette Senum: 1,034

Statewide votes

Brian Dahle: 1,203,548

Gavin Newsom: 3,875,375

Reinette Senum: 51,008

 


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