Final election results in historic midterm elections certified by Sacramento County

November 30, 2018 |  

As required by state law, today Sacramento County certified results for the general election held earlier this month.

While the Democratic gains in the U.S. Congress were historic by many historic measures - a 40-seat swing,  voters in Sacramento also made history. According to the county, voter turn-out for a midterm election has never been higher.  

Of the 764,998 registered voters, 522,652 voted in this midterm election for a participation rate of 68.32-percent. 

“This election had the highest voter turnout for a midterm General Election in Sacramento County history," Courtney Bailey-Kanelos, Registrar of Voters said.

Below are the final tallies of elections of interest to Elk Grove. 

Elk Grove Mayor
Steve Ly - 24,035; 41-percent
Darren Suen - 19,767; 33-percent
Tracie Stafford - 14,654 25-percent

Elk Grove City Council - District 2
Pat Hume - 31,774; 58-percent
Andres Ramos - 22,745; 42-percent

Elk Grove City Council - District 4
Stephanie Nguyen - 34,502; 64-percent
Orlando Fuentes - 18,683; 36-percent

Cosumnes Community Services District - Two open seats
Jaclyn Moreno - 29,874; 35-percent
Rod Brewer - 27,828; 32-percent
Jerry Braxmemeyer - 14,865; 17-percent
Koi Rivers - 12,682; 14-percent

SMUD Director - Ward 4
Rosanne Huber - 39,267; 49-percent
Angela Spease - 28,324; 38-percent
Mark Graham - 8,364; 11-percent

U.S. Representative - 7th District
Ami Bera - 155,061; 55-percent
Andrew Grant - 126,601; 45-percent

Results for all races in Sacramento County can be viewed here

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