Election Wrap Up: November 2018
Election results from across the country are mostly in. Here’s our overview— starting close and moving out.
Do you want to know how races/issues that are important to you in Del Norte went? Please wait a minute for the pdf to load.
Color Humboldt County deep blue this morning though, of course, there are many votes left to be counted. Remember, the official stamp hasn’t come down on the final count. However, many of the issues/candidates appear certain to go very blue. Here’s a quick look at three of the measures that gathered a lot of attention:
Measure K (Think ICE and Immigrants) is ahead in the final vote Yes 51.56% to No 48.44%.
Measure M (Arcata’s vote on keeping the McKinley statue) No is far ahead with 62.16 and Yes at 37.84
Measure O (Sales tax) This is a safe win with Yes 71.94% to No 28.06%
Do you want to know how races/issues that are important to you in Humboldt went? Please wait a minute for the pdf to load. (Remember to look at the totals on the far right after finding the race/issue on the left.)
Mendocino: Click here.
Trinity: Do you want to know how races/issues that are important to you in Trinity went? Please wait a minute for the pdf to load.
Do you want to know how the races/issues that are important to you in California went? Click here.
Some issues/races statewide that got a lot of attention:
Governor: Gavin Newsom (Dem) 59.4%
Senator: Dianne Feinstein (Dem) 54.3%
House Representative District 2: Jared Huffman (Dem) 74.3%
State Senate District 2: Mike McGuire (Dem) 68.7%
The quick version is that in the highest turnout since 1970 for a midterm election, the Democrats took the House and the Republicans maintained control of the Senate while adding a few seats.
Click here for an interactive map to the Senate Races.
Click here for more on the House Races.