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Updated: Final Results for the Nov. 6, 2018 Election

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf's final margin of victory was 27.5 percentage points over Cat Brooks.

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Update: 1 p.m. Dec. 3, 2008: Here are the final election results for the Nov. 6 election. The Alameda County Registrar of Voters reported that it completed its ballot counting on Nov. 17. Contra Costa County reported on Nov. 30 that it was done counting.

Local
Oakland Mayor
Libby Schaaf (I): 53.19%*
Cat Brooks: 25.66%
Pamela Price: 13.05%

Oakland Council Dist. 2
Nikki Fortunato Bas: 53.69%*
Abel Guillen (I): 39.49%

Oakland Council Dist. 4
Sheng Thao: 34.62% (RCV: 54.10%)*
Pam Harris: 26.93% (RCV: 45.90%)
Nayeli Maxson: 16.16%

Oakland Council Dist. 6
Loren Taylor: 40.02% (RCV: 64.26%)*
Desley Brooks (I): 24.71% (RCV: 35.74%)
Mya Whitaker: 13.93%
Natasha Middleton: 12.09%
Marlo Rodriguez: 8.87%

Oakland Auditor
Courtney Ruby: 64.87%*
Brenda Roberts (I): 34.31%

Oakland School Board Dist. 4
Gary Yee: 58.81%*
Clarissa Doutherd: 40.76%

Alameda Mayor
Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft: 41.97%*
Trish Herrera Spencer (I): 37.45%
Frank Matarrese: 20.01%

Alameda City Council
John Knox White: 25.88%*
Tony Daysog: 22.69%*
Jim Oddie (I): 19.27%*
Robert Matz: 18.17%
Stewart Chen: 13.64%

Berkeley Council Dist. 1
Rashi Kesarwani: 54.52% (RCV)*
Igor Tregub: 45.48% (RCV)

Berkeley Council Dist. 4
Kate Harrison (I): 52.66%*
Ben Gould: 34.81%
Greg Magofña: 12.07%

Berkeley Council Dist. 7
Rigel Robinson: 56.25%*
Ces Rosales: 34.25%

Berkeley Council Dist. 8
Lori Droste (I): 56.09%*
Mary Kay Lacey: 30.41%

Berkeley Auditor
Jenny Wong: 91.66%*
Vladislav Davidzon: 7.78%

15th Assembly Dist.
Buffy Wicks (D): 53.6%*
Jovanka Beckles (D): 46.4%

16th Assembly District
Rebecca Bauer-Kahan (D): 51.0%*
Catherine Baker (R): 49.0%

Richmond Mayor
Tom Butt (I): 55.64%*
Melvin Willis Jr.: 44.28%

Richmond Council (vote 3)**
Demnlus Johnson: 12.15%*
Eduardo Martinez (I): 11.24%*
Nathaniel "Nat" Bates: 10.10%
Vinay Pimplé: 10.09%
Cesar Zepeda: 10.03%
Ada Recinos (I): 9.36%

San Leandro Mayor
Pauline Russo Cutter (I): 51.63%*
Benny Lee: 27.13%

AC Transit At-Large
Joel Young (I): 50.52*
Dollene Jones: 48.26

BART District 4
Robert Raburn (I): 57.76%*
Paul Cummings: 40.33%

Peralta Colleges Area 3
Linda Handy (I): 51.58%*
Coreann Todd: 46.76%

Peralta Colleges Area 5
Cindi Reiss: 71.71%*
Bill Riley (I): 27.50%

Measures
Oakland Measure V (Cannabis tax relief)
Yes: 79.82%*
No: 20.18%

Oakland Measure W (Vacant property tax)
Yes: 70.04%*
No: 29.96%

Oakland Measure X (Real estate tax)
Yes: 69.48%*
No: 30.52%

Oakland Measure Y (Just Cause)
Yes: 58.36%*
No: 41.64%

Oakland Measure Z (Hotel workers)
Yes: 76.29%*
No: 22.71%

Oakland Measure AA (needed 66.67%) (Children's initiative)
Yes: 62.47%
No: 37.53%*

Alameda Measure F (Tax increase)
Yes: 61.50%*
No: 38.50%

Alameda Measure K (Pro-landlord)
Yes: 39.69%
No: 60.31%*

Berkeley Measure O (Affordable housing)
Yes: 77.48%*
No: 22.52%

Berkeley Measure P (Real estate tax)
Yes: 72.39%*
No: 27.61%

Berkeley Measure Q (ADU exception)
Yes: 71.40%*
No: 28.60%

Richmond Measure T (needed 66.67%) (Vacant property tax)
Yes: 60.23%
No: 39.77%*

East Bay Regional Parks Measure FF (Tax extension)
Yes: 86.61%*
No: 13.39%

Peralta Colleges Measure E (Parcel tax)
Yes: 82.46%*
No: 17.54%

Peralta Colleges Measure G (Bond)
Yes: 75.78%*
No: 24.22%

State
Governor***
Gavin Newsom (D): 61.6%*
John Cox (R): 38.4%

Lt. Governor
Eleni Kounalakis (D): 56.6%*
Ed Hernandez (D): 43.4%

Secretary of State
Alex Padilla (D) (I): 64.0%*
Mark Meuser (R): 36.0%

Controller
Betty Yee (D): 65.1%*
Konstantinos Roditis (R): 34.9%

Treasurer
Fiona Ma (D): 63.8%*
Greg Conlon (R): 36.2%

Atty. General
Xavier Becerra (D) (I): 63.2%*
Steven Bailey (R): 36.8%

Insurance Commissioner
Ricardo Lara (D): 52.3%*
Steve Poizner (NP): 47.7%

State Superintendent
Tony Thurmond (D): 50.9%*
Marshall Tuck (D): 49.1%

Board of Equalization
Malia Cohen (D): 72.8%*
Mark Burns (R): 27.1%

U.S. Senator
Dianne Feinstein (D): 54.4%*
Kevin de León (D): 45.6%

Propositions
Prop. 1 (Affordable housing bond)
Yes: 55.8%*
No: 44.2%

Prop. 2 (Mental illness funds)
Yes: 63.0%*
No: 47.0%

Prop. 3 (Water bond)
Yes: 48.8%
No: 51.2%*

Prop. 4 (Children's hospitals bond)
Yes: 62.2%*
No: 37.8%

Prop. 5 (Senior property tax reduction)
Yes: 40.4%
No: 59.6%*

Prop. 6 (Gas tax repeal)
Yes: 43.2%
No: 56.8%*

Prop. 7 (Daylight Saving Time)
Yes: 60.0%*
No: 40.0%

Prop. 8 (Kidney dialysis regulation)
Yes: 39.8%
No: 60.2%*

Prop. 10 (Pro-rent control)
Yes: 40.1%
No: 59.9%*

Prop. 11 (Ambulance workers on-call)
Yes: 59.9%*
No: 40.1%

Prop 12 (Farm animals protections)
Yes: 62.4%*
No: 37.6%


* = Winner.
*** = All state results are as of Nov. 21.
I = Incumbent.
RCV = Ranked choice voting results. 

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