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UPDATE: State Senate District 1 election results – see who won

6:36 a.m. Wednesday, March 27

Republican Assemblymen Brian Dahle and Kevin Kiley are headed to a June runoff for the District 1 state Senate seat, according to unofficial election results.

Dahle, whose state Assembly district includes Nevada County, won 44,764 votes, or 28.7 percent. Kiley took 44,519 votes, or 28.5 percent.

The top two vote-getters will advance to a runoff to fill the state Senate seat left vacant when Ted Gaines won a spot on the state Board of Equalization.

Democrat Silke Pflueger had 40,304 votes, or 25.8 percent. Republican Rex Hime had 14,223 votes, or 9.1 percent. Republican Theodore Dziuba had 3,222 votes, or 2.1 percent.

Democrat Steve Baird, who dropped out of the race, won 9,035 votes, or 5.8 percent.

The vote tally reflects 100 percent of precincts in the 11-county district. County elections offices have until early April to certify the vote.

11:11 p.m.

Republican Assemblyman Brian Dahle continues to hold a lead over GOP Assemblyman Kevin Kiley in the race for the District 1 state Senate seat.

Dahle has 42,807 votes, or 28.7 percent. Kiley has 42,302 votes, or 28.3 percent.

Democrat Silke Pflueger has 38,979 votes, or 26.1 percent.

Republican Rex Hime has 13,443 votes, or 9 percent. Republican Theodore Dziuba has 2,979 votes, or 2 percent.

Democrat Steve Baird, who dropped out of the race, has 8,815 votes, or 5.9 percent.

If no candidate receives at least 50 percent plus one vote, the top two vote-getters will advance to a June runoff.

The District 1 state Senate seat was vacated when former state Sen. Ted Gaines won a spot on the state Board of Equalization.

The latest vote tally reflects 75.5 percent of precincts, or 367 out of 486.

Check back for more updates on this race Wednesday morning.

10:34 p.m.

Republican Assemblyman Brian Dahle has kept his lead over fellow GOP Assemblyman Kevin Kiley in the District 1 state Senate race.

With 73.7 percent of precincts reporting, Dahle has 42,589 votes, or 28.7 percent. Kiley has 42,055 votes, or 28.3 percent.

Democrat Silke Pflueger has 38,749 votes, or 26.1 percent. Republican Rex Hime has 13,307 votes, or 9 percent. Republican Theodore Dziuba has 2,952 votes, or 2 percent.

Democrat Steve Baird, who dropped out of the race, has 8,779 votes, or 5.9 percent.

The vote total reflects 358 out of 486 precincts.

10:18 p.m.

Republican Assemblyman Brian Dahle currently has a lead with 41,910 votes, or 28.6 percent, in the District 1 state Senate race.

Republican Assemblyman Kevin Kiley is in second place with 41,601 votes, or 28.4 percent.

The current vote tally reflects 68.7 percent of precincts, or 334 out of 486.

Democrat Silke Pflueger has 38,447 votes, or 26.2 percent. Republican Rex Hime has 13,136 votes, or 9 percent. Republican Theodore Dziuba has 2,887 votes, or 2 percent.

Democrat Steve Baird, who announced weeks ago he’d dropped out of the race, has 8,737 votes, or 6 percent.

9:54 p.m.

Two Republican assemblymen are in first and second place for the District 1 state Senate seat, with 62.3 percent of precincts reporting.

Kevin Kiley has 41,398 votes, or 28.7 percent. Brian Dahle has 40,229 votes, or 27.9 percent.

Democrat Silke Pflueger has 38,162 votes, or 26.5 percent. Republican Rex Hime has 12,905 votes, or 9 percent. Republican Theodore Dziuba has 2,711 votes, or 1.9 percent.

The vote totals reflect 303 out of 486 precincts.

If no candidate gets 50 percent plus one vote, the top two vote-getters will advance to a June runoff.

9:37 p.m.

Republican Assemblyman Kevin Kiley has maintained his lead in the District 1 state Senate race with 60.1 percent of precincts reporting.

Kiley has 41,206 votes, or 28.8 percent. Republican Assemblyman Brian Dahle has 39,726 votes, or 27.8 percent.

Democrat Silke Pflueger has 37,940 votes, or 26.5 percent. Republican Rex Hime has 12,812 votes, or 9 percent. Republican Theodore Dziuba has 2,662 votes, or 1.9 percent.

The current vote totals reflect 292 precincts out of 486.

9:25 p.m.

Republican Assemblyman Kevin Kiley is back in the lead with 54.1 percent of precincts reporting in the District 1 state Senate race.

Kiley has 41,167 votes, or 28.8 percent. Republican Assemblyman Brian Dahle has 39,607 votes, or 27.8 percent.

Democrat Silke Pflueger has 37,886 votes, or 26.5 percent. Republican Rex Hime has 12,795 votes, or 9 percent. Republican Theodore Dziuba has 2,654 votes, or 1.9 percent.

The current vote totals reflect 263 precincts out of 486.

9:10 p.m.

The District 1 state Senate race is too close to call with only 39.5 percent of precincts reporting.

Republican Kevin Kiley is currently in the lead with 40,899 votes, or 29.5 percent. Democrat Silke Pflueger is in second with 37,418 votes, or 27 percent.

Republican Brian Dahle has 36,870 votes, or 26.6 percent. Republican Rex Hime has 12,489 votes, or 9 percent. Republican Theodore Dziuba has 2,593 votes, or 1.9 percent.

The vote totals reflect 192 of 386 precincts.

District 1 comprises 11 counties, including Nevada County.

If no candidate receives 50 percent plus one vote, the top two vote-getters will advance to a June runoff.

8:55 p.m.

Democrat Silke Pflueger has taken Nevada County with 8,754 votes, or 40.3 percent, in the District 1 state Senate race.

Republican Brian Dahle is in second place in the county with 7,655 votes, or 35.2 percent.

Republican Kevin Kiley took 2,255 votes, or 10.4 percent; Republican Rex Hime has 1,394 votes, or 6.4 percent; and Republican Theodore Dziuba has 402 votes, or 1.8 percent.

These vote totals reflect Nevada County only. Check back for districtwide totals as the night progresses.

8:48 p.m.:

Republican Assemblyman Brian Dahle has taken the lead with 39.1 percent of precincts reporting.

Dahle has 34,877 votes, or 29.4 percent. Democrat Silke Pflueger has 32,171 votes, or 27.1 percent.

Republican Kevin Kiley has 31,868 votes, or 26.9 percent; Republican Rex Hime has 10,714 votes, or 9 percent; and Republican Theodore Dziuba has 2,295 votes, or 1.9 percent.

The current vote totals reflect 190 of 486 precincts.

8:30 p.m.

Republican Kevin Kiley has maintained his lead with almost 23 percent of precincts reporting in the District 1 state Senate race.

Kiley has 26,794 votes, or 34 percent. Democrat Silke Pflueger is second with 20,909 votes, or 26.6 percent.

Republican Brian Dahle has 17,370 votes, or 22.1 percent; Republican Rex Hime has 7,941 votes, or 10.1 percent; and Republican Theodore Dziuba has 1,478 votes, or 1.9 percent.

The vote totals reflect 111 out of 486 precincts.

If no candidate receives 50 percent plus one vote, the top two vote-getters will advance to a June runoff.

8:20 p.m.

Republican Assemblyman Kevin Kiley has the lead in the state Senate District 1 race with 6 percent of precincts reporting.

Kiley has 13,798 votes, or 37.9 percent. In second place is Democrat Silke Pflueger with 9,414 votes, or 25.8 percent.

Republican Brian Dahle has 7,116 votes, or 19.5 percent; Republican Rex Hime with 3,657 votes, or 10 percent; and Republican Theodore Dziuba with 550 votes, or 1.5 percent.

The current vote totals reflect 29 of 486 precincts across 11 counties.

7:50 p.m.

Five candidates are running for the state Senate District 1 seat: Republicans Brian Dahle, 53, of Bieber; Theodore Dziuba, 34, of Placerville; Rex Hime, 70, of Sacramento; Kevin Kiley, 34, of Rocklin; and Democrat Silke Pflueger, 53, of Truckee.

Democrat Steve Baird, whose name appeared on the ballot, dropped out of the race.

All vote centers, polling locations and ballot drop-off sites close at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Results will start coming in afterward.


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