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March 3, 2020 Election

County Results as of Apr 2 10:36am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (157/157)
69.7% Countywide Voter Turnout (115,923/166,200)
Statewide Results as of Mar 17 4:41pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (654/654)

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  • President

    President of the United States; Democratic PartyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Bernie Sanders, Democratic
      2,080,846 votes 36.0% 229 delegates
    • Joseph R. Biden, Democratic
      1,613,854 votes 27.9% 170 delegates
    • Elizabeth Warren, Democratic
      762,555 votes 13.2% 11 delegates
    • Michael R. Bloomberg, Democratic
      701,803 votes 12.1% 5 delegates
    • Pete Buttigieg, Democratic
      249,256 votes 4.3%
    • Amy Klobuchar, Democratic
      126,961 votes 2.2%
    • Tom Steyer, Democratic
      113,092 votes 2.0%
    • Andrew Yang, Democratic
      43,571 votes 0.8%
    • Tulsi Gabbard, Democratic
      33,769 votes 0.6%
    • Julián Castro, Democratic
      13,892 votes 0.2%
    • Michael Bennet, Democratic
      7,377 votes 0.1%
    • Marianne Williamson, Democratic
      7,052 votes 0.1%
    • Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente, III, Democratic
      6,151 votes 0.1%
    • Cory Booker, Democratic
      6,000 votes 0.1%
    • John K. Delaney, Democratic
      4,606 votes 0.1%
    • Michael A. Ellinger, Democratic
      3,424 votes 0.1%
    • Joe Sestak, Democratic
      3,270 votes 0.1%
    • Mark Stewart Greenstein, Democratic
      3,190 votes 0.1%
    • Deval Patrick, Democratic
      2,022 votes 0.0%
    • Mosie Boyd, Democratic
      1,639 votes 0.0%

    President of the United States; Republican PartyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Donald J. Trump, Republican
      2,279,086 votes 92.2% 170 delegates
    • Bill Weld, Republican
      66,904 votes 2.7%
    • Joe Walsh, Republican
      64,749 votes 2.6%
    • Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente, Republican
      24,351 votes 1.0%
    • Matthew John Matern, Republican
      15,469 votes 0.6%
    • Robert Ardini, Republican
      12,857 votes 0.5%
    • Zoltan G. Istvan, Republican
      8,141 votes 0.3%

    President of the United States; American Independent PartyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Phil Collins, American Independent
      18,461 votes 32.6%
    • Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente, American Independent
      12,816 votes 22.7%
    • Don Blankenship, American Independent
      10,377 votes 18.3%
    • J. R. Myers, American Independent
      8,068 votes 14.3%
    • Charles Kraut, American Independent
      6,846 votes 12.1%

    President of the United States; Green PartyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Howie Hawkins, Green
      4,203 votes 36.2%
    • Dario Hunter, Green
      2,558 votes 22.0%
    • Sedinam Moyowasifza-Curry, Green
      2,071 votes 17.8%
    • Dennis Lambert, Green
      1,999 votes 17.2%
    • David Rolde, Green
      774 votes 6.7%

    President of the United States; Libertarian PartyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Jacob Hornberger, Libertarian
      5,530 votes 19.4%
    • Jo Jorgensen, Libertarian
      3,534 votes 12.4%
    • Vermin Supreme, Libertarian
      3,469 votes 12.2%
    • Ken Armstrong, Libertarian
      3,011 votes 10.6%
    • Kim Ruff, Libertarian
      2,330 votes 8.2%
    • Adam Kokesh, Libertarian
      2,161 votes 7.6%
    • Sam Robb, Libertarian
      1,722 votes 6.0%
    • Dan Behrman, Libertarian
      1,695 votes 5.9%
    • Max Abramson, Libertarian
      1,605 votes 5.6%
    • Souraya Faas, Libertarian
      999 votes 3.5%
    • Steven A. Richey, Libertarian
      982 votes 3.4%
    • Erik Chase Gerhardt, Libertarian
      748 votes 2.6%
    • Keenan Wallace Dunham, Libertarian
      720 votes 2.5%

    President of the United States; Peace and Freedom PartyClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Gloria La Riva, Peace and Freedom
      4,481 votes 67.2%
    • Howie Hawkins, Peace and Freedom
      2,191 votes 32.8%

    (Only American Independent, Democratic, Green, Libertarian, Peace and Freedom, and Republican party candidates are on the ballot for President of the United States)

    United States Representative

    United States Representative; District 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Jared Huffman, Democratic
      184,155 votes 67.7%
    • Dale K. Mensing, Republican
      51,287 votes 18.9%
    • Rachel Moniz, Democratic
      20,609 votes 7.6%
    • Melissa Bradley, Green
      12,412 votes 4.6%
    • Charles "Wally" Coppock, American Independent
      3,600 votes 1.3%

    Member of the State Assembly

    Member of the State Assembly; District 10Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Marc Levine, Democratic
      112,683 votes 62.0%
    • Veronica "Roni" Jacobi, Democratic
      32,663 votes 18.0%
    • Ron Sondergaard, Republican
      31,284 votes 17.2%
    • Ted Cabral, Democratic
      5,192 votes 2.9%


    County Supervisor; Marin County; Supervisorial District 2Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Katie Rice
      18,953 votes 96.89%

    State Propositions

    Proposition 13 Bond
    Fail: 4,304,013 / 47.0% Yes votes ...... 4,856,154 / 53.0% No votes
    AUTHORIZES BONDS FOR FACILITY REPAIR, CONSTRUCTION, AND MODERNIZATION AT PUBLIC PRESCHOOLS, K-12 SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY COLLEGES, AND UNIVERSITIES. LEGISLATIVE STATUTE. Authorizes $15 billion in state general obligation bonds for construction and modernization of public education facilities. Fiscal Impact: Increased state costs to repay bonds estimated at about $740 million per year (including interest) over the next 35 years.

    Local Measures

    Measure B Parcel Tax -- Tamalpais Union High School District (2/3 Approval Required)
    Fail: 36,296 / 63.84% Yes votes ...... 20,563 / 36.16% No votes
    To maintain high quality education with local funding that cannot be taken by the State, shall Tamalpais Union High School District maintain excellent science, technology, engineering, math, reading and writing instruction; attract/retain highly qualified teachers; and support music and art by adopting a measure renewing funding at the current $455 rate and adding $190 per parcel, providing $23 million annually for 10 years, with senior exemptions, cost of living adjustments, independent oversight and all funds for Tamalpais Union High School District students?

    Measure C Special Parcel Tax -- Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority (2/3 Approval Required)
    Pass: 75,638 / 70.80% Yes votes ...... 31,200 / 29.20% No votes
    To support coordinated wildfire prevention including early detection, warning and alerts; reducing vegetation; ensuring defensible space around homes, neighborhoods and critical infrastructure; and improving disaster evacuation routes/procedures; shall the Marin Wildfire Prevention Measure, levying up to 10˘ per building square foot tax ($75 per multifamily unit or as described in the full measure) for ten years, providing $19,300,000 annually, with annual inflation adjustments, independent citizen oversight/audits, and low-income senior exemptions, be adopted?

    Measure D San Geronimo Valley Golf Course Development -- County of Marin (Majority Approval Required)
    Fail: 42,271 / 39.24% Yes votes ...... 65,448 / 60.76% No votes
    Shall the measure amending the San Geronimo Valley Community Plan and the Marin County Development Code to require voter approval for any change in the primary golf course use of the San Geronimo Valley Golf Course property, and requiring that the County prepare economic and environmental analyses of the proposed change, be adopted?

    Measure I Transactions and Use Tax -- Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District (2/3 Approval Required)
    Fail: 157,590 / 53.6% Yes votes ...... 136,438 / 46.4% No votes
       61,906 (55.66%) Yes / 49,316 (44.34%) No in Marin County
       95684 (52.34%) Yes / 87122 (47.66%) No in Sonoma County
    To continue relieving traffic congestion, reducing greenhouse gas emissions (having carried 1.5-million passengers by providing quality transportation alternatives to Highway 101), connecting stations with pathways, expanding rail service to Healdsburg/Cloverdale as grants become available, shall an extension of the existing Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District 1/4-cent voter approved sales tax, at the same rate, generating approximately $40,000,000 annually for an additional 30 years, subject to audits and citizens' oversight, that the State cannot take away, be adopted?

    The order of the contests and candidates on this ballot representation is NOT necessarily the same as your county's official ballot.
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