AT A GLANCE: With polls closed and results coming in, we provide you with the results as they get reported in Sonoma County. Unofficial winners based on all precincts reporting are highlighted in green. Click on SOURCE for more information about each category.


What's on the Ballot


Races: List of Offices and Candidates by County

(i) indicates incumbent.


CLOVERDALE CITY COUNCIL
(Two to be elected)

Melanie Bagby (i)
Jenny Candelaria-Orr
Todd Lands
Nicole Garcia-Hinchliffe
Mary Ann Brigham (i)

COTATI CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Susan Harvey (i)
Ben Ford
Brittany Murphy
Laura Sparks

HEALDSBURG CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Charles Duffy
David Hagele (i)
Doralice Handal
Ariel Kelley
Skylaer Palacios
David Jones


PETALUMA CITY COUNCIL
(Three to be elected)

Dennis Pocekay
Mike Healy (i)
Susan Kirks
Gabe Kearney (i)
Lizzie Wallack
Kathy Miller (i)
Brian Barnacle
Robert Conklin

ROHNERT PARK CITY COUNCIL - DISTRICT 3
(One to be elected)

Walter “Willy” Linares
Dave Soldavini

ROHNERT PARK CITY COUNCIL - DISTRICT 4 (One to be elected)

Joseph Callinan (i)
Gerard Giudice


SANTA ROSA CITY COUNCIL - DISTRICT 1
(One to be elected)

Duane De Witt
Elizabeth Valente
Jorge Inocencio
Eddie Alvarez

SANTA ROSA CITY COUNCIL - DISTRICT 5
(One to be elected)

Chris Rogers (i)
Azmina Hanna

SANTA ROSA CITY COUNCIL-DISTRICT 7
(One to be elected)

Natalie Rogers
Eric Christensen
Daniela Pavone


SEBASTOPOL CITY COUNCIL
(Two to be elected)

Diana Rich
Michael Carnacchi (i)
Vaughn Higginbotham
Neysa Hinton (i)
Evaristo Fernadez

WINDSOR MAYOR
(One to be elected)

Rosa Reynoza
Dominic Foppoli
Tanya Potter
Sam Salmon

WINDSOR TOWN COUNCIL - DISTRICT 3
(One to be elected)

Debora Fudge (i)
Jeffrey Leasure


Measures


MEASURE L- SHORELINE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Renews an existing $212 parcel tax for eight years to enhance academic programs and attract and retain qualified teachers.

PASSED (Requires two-thirds approval)

MEASURE M-FORT ROSS SCHOOL DISTRICT A

$48 parcel tax annually for eight years to support academic programs and retain qualified teachers and staff.

PASSED (Requires two-thirds approval)

MEASURE N-SEBASTOPOL UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT

A $76 parcel tax for eight years to protect academic programs and retain qualified teachers and staff.

PASSED (Requires two-thirds approval)


MEASURE O- SONOMA COUNTY

A quarter-cent sales tax for 10 years to provide local mental health and addiction services and facilities, supportive housing, crisis assessment and other treatment and recovery.

PASSED (Requires two-thirds approval)

MEASURE P-SONOMA COUNTY

Expands the oversight authority and independence of the Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach to investigate sheriff’s-related issues.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE Q-SANTA ROSA

Extends the existing half-cent sales tax rate for 10 years for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)


MEASURE R-CLOVERDALE

Extends the existing 3 percent utility users tax for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE S-COTATI

Extends the existing one-cent sales tax forgeneral city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE T-HEALDSBURG

Extends an existing half-cent sales tax for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)


MEASURE R-CLOVERDALE

Extends the existing 3 percent utility users tax for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE S-COTATI

Extends the existing one-cent sales tax forgeneral city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE T-HEALDSBURG

Extends an existing half-cent sales tax for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)


MEASURE U-PETALUMA

Establishes a one-cent sales tax for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE V-SONOMA

Extends a half-cent sales tax for general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE W-SONOMA

Extends the city’s Urban Growth Boundary through 2040 and require changes to be approved by voters except under limited circumstances requiring a four-fifths City Council vote.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)


MEASURE X- SONOMA

A tax of up to 4 percent of gross receipts on cannabis and hemp businesses to fund general city services.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE Y-SONOMA

Permits personal cannabis cultivation on all residential properties and establishment and operation of cannabis businesses within the city.

FAILED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE Z-KENWOOD FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

Continues the previously approved increase in the appropriations limit.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)


MEASURE AA-TIMBER COVE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

A $185 parcel tax for 15 years for upgrades for firefighter, rescue and EMT training and equipment.

PASSED (Requires two-thirds approval)

MEASURE BB-NORTH SONOMA COUNTY HEALTHCARE DISTRICT

Enters into a purchase agreement with NorCal Health Connect for Healdsburg District Hospital and its assets.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)

MEASURE CC-PETALUMA HEALTH CARE DISTRICT

Enters into an agreement to sell Petaluma Valley Hospital to NorCal healthConnect for $52.6 million.

PASSED (Requires majority approval)


MEASURE DD-SONOMA COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

Extends the current quarter-cent sales tax for 20 years to repair potholes, reduce congestion, make biking and walking safer, expand local bus services and enhance other transportation services.

PASSED (Requires two-thirds approval)


General Information


Contact Information for Registrar of Voters

Email:

For general info, email [email protected]

Phone:

707-565-6800

Address:

435 Fiscal Drive
Santa Rosa, CA. 95403


Voter Information Website

Find all the information you need whether registering to vote, requesting a ballot, finding your polling place or getting general information about the election.

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How to Register or Check Your Registration

Register online

To receive a paper registration application by mail, contact the voter registration office at [email protected] or call the secretary of state's toll-free voter hotline at 800-345-VOTE (8683).

To register in person, go to the registrar's office at 435 Fiscal Drive in Santa Rosa.

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Instructions for Mail-In Ballots

Vote by mail ballots will be issued to all California voters in 2020, at least 29 days before the Nov. 3 election, with no postage due on the return envelope. For more info, go to the website linked below.

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Instructions and Locations for Drop-Off Ballots

There will be 20 drive-through ballot drop boxes located in Sonoma County that are open 29 days before the election (and close at 8 p.m. election night), including ones at the Sonoma County registrar's office, Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building and Petaluma Veterans Memorial Building. The others can be found at the link below.

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Preparing for Election Day


How to Find Your Polling Place

To find your polling place, check the back cover of your sample ballot and voter information guide, check with the state of California, check the Sonoma County Registrar of Voter's website, or call the registrar's office at 707-565-6800.


Where to Volunteer

Sonoma has staffed all polling locations, but those wanting to be added to the list of back up poll workers, should email [email protected]. Please note backups may be called as late as election day morning and should be available to fill in at the last minute, if necessary.

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