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UPDATE: See the certified election results for Nevada County races

Special Nevada County I voted stickers are ready for voters at area vote centers which include the Rood Center, Gold Miners Inn, Best Western, Higgins Lions Community Center, and Penn Valley Fire Station 43. More vote centers will open up on Tuesday.
Elias Funez/efunez@theunion.com

Nevada County elections officials have certified the March 3, 2020, election.

The county’s turnout was 67.67%.

Despite some races stating 100% of precincts are reporting, the state still needs to certify the statewide election.

Nevada City Council (top three vote-getters will win seats)

Rick Ewald: 381

Daniela Fernandez: 938

Douglass Fleming: 1,079

David Parker: 483

Lorraine Reich: 515

Reinette Senum: 748

Nevada County Board of Supervisors, District 1

Heidi Hall: 5,569 – 54.06%

Michael Taylor: 2,422 – 23.51%

Deborah Wilder: 2,311 – 22.43%

Higgins fire ballot measure (Must have two-thirds of vote to pass)

Yes: 2,783 – 58.29%

No: 1,991 – 41.71%

Penn Valley schools ballot measure (Must have 55% of vote to pass)

Yes: 2,501 – 41.48%

No: 3,528 – 58.52%

State Assembly District 1 (100% of vote)

Elizabeth Betancourt: 51,902

Megan Dahle: 70,634

Paul Dhanuka: 12,469

State Senate District 1 (100% of vote)

Brian Dahle: 171,946

Linda Kelleher: 17,653

Pamela Swartz: 102,683

U.S. House of Representatives, District 1 (100% of vote)

Gregory Cheadle: 2,142

Audrey Denney: 79,173

Doug LaMalfa: 113,188

Joseph LeTourneau IV: 2,315

Rob Lydon: 7,372


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