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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Latest Results From Nov. 3 Election

Updated as of  7am Nov 4.  Percentage in parentheses indicates vote of lowest in-the-money candidate in a multi-winner race. Green indicates LP choice is winning, red indicates losing.

Election
Libertarian Choice
LP Result
Votes
Precincts
Redwood City School Board
Jack Hickey
20% (30%)
2310
100%
Chaffey Community College Board
Chris Agrella
7.5% (33%)
2790
100%
Carmel City Council
Lawrence Samuels
4.5% (10%)
709
100%
Carmel City Council
Savva Vassiliev
0.7% (10%)
110
100%
L: San Mateo city sales tax
LPSM arguments against
39%
4030
100%
U: San Carlos city sales tax
LPSM arguments against
56%
3063
100%
A: San Buenaventura city sales tax
LP Ventura opposes
56%
9601
100%
C: San Buenaventura limit large retail
LP Ventura opposes
55%
9378
100%
A: San Francisco better budgeting
LPSF supports
69%
46023
100%
B: San Francisco more supervisor staff
LPSF opposes
48%
32284
100%
C: San Francisco sell stadium naming
LPSF supports
58%
39065
100%
D: San Francisco special sign district
LPSF opposes
54%
36995
100%
E: San Francisco ban extra city ads
LPSF opposes
43%
28868
100%
Sunnyvale City Council seat 2
Mike Flores (unofficial)
45%
6034
100%


The Carmel City Council election was conditioned on the passage of Measure G to incorporate the city, which Samuels and Vassiliev opposed. Measure G failed, with 52% (2178) "no" votes.

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