June 12, 2012

Election Results for June Primary

With 100% of precincts reporting in the race for the California Assembly's 18th District, Rob Bonta and Abel Guillen will face off in the November 2012 election. Joel Young and Rhonda Weber are a distant third and fourth.

Young was the target of more than $113,000 in mailers funded by the California Alliance, an independent expenditure committee. The group's largest contributors in this election cycle were consumer attorney groups ($1.05 million), public employee unions ($400,000), California Nurses Association ($250,000), and California League of Conservation Voters ($190,500).

Another independent expenditure committee, the Golden State Leadership Fund PAC, spent more than $34,000 on mailers in support of Bonta. The group's largest contributors during this campaign were Pacific Gas & Electric ($45,000), the Committee on Jobs Government Reform Fund ($35,000), SF Forward, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce's PAC ($25,000) and Duffy & Capitolo ($24,524).

Tara Flanagan is the clear winner for the Alameda County Superior Court seat, but will face Andrew Weiner in a November run-off.

Aisha Knowles is the winner in the race for the Area 4 seat on the Alameda County School Board.

18th Assembly District, 100% Precincts
CandidateVotes% of total
Rob Bonta2300736.76
Abel Guillen1852129.59
Joel Young1168018.66
Rhonda Weber908214.51
Alameda County School Board, Area 4, 100% Precincts
CandidateVotes% of total
Aisha Knowles1359652.26
Geraldine Sonobe1221346.95
Alameda County Superior Court Judge, 100% Precincts
CandidateVotes% of total
Tara M. Flanagan9249650.75
Andrew R. Weiner5445229.87
Catherine Haley3392218.61

Updated June 12, 2012.

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