AT A GLANCE: With polls closed and results coming in, we provide you with the results as they get reported in Contra Costa County. Unofficial winners based on all precincts reporting are highlighted in green. Click on SOURCE for more information about each category.


What’s on the Ballot


Races: List of Offices and Candidates by County

(i) indicates incumbent.


SUPERVISOR-DISTRICT 5
(One to be elected)

Federal Glover (i)
Gus Kramer

ANTIOCH MAYOR
(One to be elected)

Lamar Thorpe
Gabriel Visaya Makinano
Julio Jesse Mendez
Rakesh Kumar Christian
Sean Wright (i)

ANTIOCH CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 1
(One to be elected)

Joy Motts (i)
Manuel Louis Soliz Jr.
Tamisha Walker


ANTIOCH CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 2
(One to be elected)

Tony Tiscareno
Mike Barbanica

ANTIOCH CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 3
(One to be elected)

Antwon Webster Sr.
Lori Ogorchock (i)
Marie Arce
Nichole Gardner

ANTIOCH CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 4
(One to be elected)

Sandra Gail White
Monica Wilson (i)
Alex John Astorga


BRENTWOOD MAYOR
(One to be elected)

Karen Raney
Ryan Raimondi
Steve Young
Joel Bryant
Brian Carleton
Paul Lafollette
Edward Schuck

BRENTWOOD CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 1
(One to be elected)

Brian Swisher
Faye Maloney
Claudette Staton (i)
Jovita Mendoza

BRENTWOOD CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 3
(One to be elected)

Indrani Golden
Olga Vidriales
Susannah Meyer


CLAYTON CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Peter Cloven
Jim Diaz (i)
Letecia “Holly” Tillman
Tuija Catalano (i)
Frank Gavidia
Glenn Miller

CONCORD CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 2
(Three to be elected)

Paul Wood
Carlyn Obringer (i)
Harmesh Kumar
Hope Johnson
Tristan Piper

DANVILLE TOWN COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Renee Morgan (i)
Newell Arnerich (i)
Dave Fong
Turner Stanton
PJ Shelton
Nasser Mirzai
Allen Timmons
Kevin Traylor
Mohamed Elsherbini


EL CERRITO CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Paul Fadelli (i)
Isis
Jennifer Greel
Arthur Yee
Tessa Rudnick
Lisa Motoyama
Matt Burnham
William Ktsanes

HERCULES CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Dan Romero (i)
Gerard Boulanger (i)
Irina Galieva
Alexander Walker-Griffin
Tiffany Grimsley
Celsa Taraya

LAFAYETTE CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Carl Anduri
Cameron Burks (i)
Gina Dawson
Farschad Farzan


MARTINEZ CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 2
(One to be elected)

Mark Ross (i)
Danial Kenneth Leahy
Alicia Rain Marazzani

MARTINEZ CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 3
(One to be elected)

Noralea Gipner (i)
Brianne Zorn

MORAGA TOWN COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Renata Sos (i)
Teresa Onoda
David Stromberg
Ursula Schilling
Kendall Langan


OAKLEY CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

George Fuller
Conan Moats
Oleksii Chuiko
Kevin Romick (i)
Claire Alaura (i)
Anissa Williams
Aaron Meadows

ORINDA CITY COUNCIL
(Two to be elected)

Darlene Gee
Inga Miller
Latika Malkani

PITTSBURG CITY COUNCIL
(Two to be elected)

Natisa Dill
Juan Antonio Banales (i)
Jelani Killings (i)
Frank Aiello


RICHMOND CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 1
(One to be elected)

Eleanor Thompson
Melvin Willis Jr. (i)

RICHMOND CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 5
(One to be elected)

Gayle McLaughlin
Mike Vasilas
Ahmad Anderson
Najari Smith

SAN PABLO CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Patricia Ponce
Arturo Cruz (i)
Charlene Harlan
Rich Kinney (i)
Abel Pineda (i)


SAN RAMON MAYOR
(One to be elected)

Susmita Nayak
Sanat Sethy
Sabina Zafar
Aparna Madireddi
Dinesh Govindarao
David Hudson

SAN RAMON CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 1
(One to be elected)

Scott Perkins (i)
Luz Gomez

SAN RAMON CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 3
(One to be elected)

Sridhar Verose
Varun Kaushal
Reza Mailesi
Sameera Rajwade


WALNUT CREEK CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Michael Samson
Kevin Wilk (i)
Justin Wedel (i)
Cindy Darling
Kurtis Reese
Loella Haskew (i)
Lauren Talbert
Hailey Ayres

BART BOARD OF DIRECTORS-DISTRICT 1
(One to be elected)

Debora Allen (i)
Emmy Akin
Jamie Salcido

BART BOARD OF DIRECTORS-DISTRICT 7
(One to be elected)

Sharon Kidd
Lateefah Simon (i)


Measures


MEASURE Q-PITTSBURG

Changes the city clerk position from elected to appointed.

FAILED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE R- ORINDA

A half-cent sales tax for 20 years for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE S- SAN PABLO

A half-cent sales tax for five years, followed by a quarter-cent sales tax for five years for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)


MEASURE T- ANTIOCH

Adopts the initiative to change general plan designations within the Sand Creek Focus Area and permanently require voter approval of amendments to the urban limit line.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE U – RICHMOND

Amends the city’s business tax to charge businesses 0.06 percent to 5 percent of gross receipts, with other rates as stated, with the highest rates on cannabis, firearms and the city’s biggest businesses.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE V – CONCORD

Increases the existing sales tax by a half-cent annually until ended by voters for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)


MEASURE W – COUNTY SERVICE AREA R-7

Increases the appropriations limit to $1.75 million.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE X – CONTRA COSTA COUNTY

A half-cent sales tax, exempting food sales, for 20 years for general services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)


General Information


Contact Information for Registrar of Voters

Email:

Voter Services: voter.services@vote.cccounty.us

For other departments email addresses can be found here.

Phone:

925-335-7800

Address:

555 Escobar St.
(P.O. Box 271), Martinez, CA 94553


Voter Information Website

Find all the information you need whether registering to vote, requesting a ballot, finding your polling place or getting general information about the election.

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How to Register or Check Your Registration

Register online, or in person at the county elections office, public libraries, post offices, or any DMV office. For questions, click the link below.

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Instructions for Mail-In Ballots

Vote by mail ballots will be issued to all California voters in 2020, at least 29 days before the Nov. 3 election, with no postage due on the return envelope. For more information, click the link below.

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Instructions and Locations for Drop-Off Ballots

Drop boxes will be open from October 5 until 8 p.m. election night. Locations are listed at the link below.

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Preparing for Election Day


How to Find Your Polling Place

To find your polling place, check the back cover of the voter information guide mailed to you, or go to the link below. The polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Nov. 3.

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Where to Volunteer

To become a poll worker, click the link below.

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Information from Nonpartisan Organizations

League of Women Voters