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Decision 2016: California Results

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PRESIDENTIAL

Hillary Clinton
(Party: DEM)

5,481,885

61.5%

Donald J. Trump
(Party: REP, AI)

2,965,704

33.2%

Jill Stein
(Party: GRN)

152,317

1.7%

Gary Johnson
(Party: LIB)

281,467

3.2%

Gloria Estela La Riva
(Party: P&F)

38,144

0.4%

U.S. SENATE

Kamala Harris
(Party: DEM)

4,861,261

62.5%

Loretta Sanchez
(Party: DEM)

2,914,651

37.5%

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 36

Raul Ruiz
(Party: DEM)

92,785

60.4%

Jeff Stone
(Party: REP)

60,885

39.6%

STATE ASSEMBLY – DISTRICT 42

Chad Mayes
(Party: REP)

68,904

58.2%

Greg Rodriguez
(Party: DEM)

49,508

41.8%

STATE BALLOT MEASURES

Proposition Title

Yes
Votes

%

No
Votes

%

Yes

51

K-12 and Community College Facilities

4,663,319

54.0%

3,976,364

46.0%

Yes

52

Medi-Cal Hospital Fee Program

5,950,642

69.6%

2,599,764

30.4%

No

53

Voter Approval of Revenue Bonds

4,067,013

48.6%

4,309,664

51.4%

Yes

54

Legislative Procedure Requirements

5,379,610

64.3%

2,987,230

35.7%

Yes

55

Tax Extension for Education and Healthcare

5,350,614

62.1%

3,264,342

37.9%

Yes

56

Cigarette Tax

5,551,236

62.9%

3,271,626

37.1%

Yes

57

Criminal Sentences & Juvenile Crime Proceedings

5,501,627

63.6%

3,150,477

36.4%

Yes

58

English Proficiency. Multilingual Education.

6,245,618

72.4%

2,376,075

27.6%

Yes

59

Corporate Political Spending Advisory Question

4,292,992

52.3%

3,911,588

47.7%

No

60

Adult Film Condom Requirements

3,888,895

46.1%

4,553,833

53.9%

No

61

State Prescription Drug Purchase Standards

3,933,084

46.3%

4,570,245

53.7%

No

62

Repeal of Death Penalty

3,971,872

46.1%

4,650,097

53.9%

Yes

63

Firearms and Ammunition Sales

5,451,811

62.6%

3,252,821

37.4%

Yes

64

Marijuana Legalization

4,957,215

56.0%

3,889,080

44.0%

No

65

Carryout Bag Charges

3,825,163

44.7%

4,739,312

55.3%

Yes

66

Death Penalty Procedure Time Limits

4,210,163

50.9%

4,058,667

49.1%

Yes

67

Ban on Single-use Plastic Bags

4,474,493

52.0%

4,136,044

48.0%

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