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2024 Primary Election Night Returns – Post Election Update #1

Results from Unofficial Post Election Update #1, March 7, 2024 4:56 p.m.

Early voting results from Tuesday’s Primary Election in California became available when the polls closed at 8 p.m. For this year’s elections, the Alameda Post has partnered with the Associated Press to share their live-updated results for Federal and California races and measures. We will source data from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters (ROV) site for Alameda County and City contests. The Federal and State data will update automatically as the AP receives new information. We will post local race and measure updates as they become available from the ROV. More information about the races, candidates, and measures on the Primary ballot for March 5, 2024 can be found on our Alameda Election 2024 page.

Alameda Post - March 5, 2024 Primary Election Night returns

Voter Demographics

In California, the Secretary of State counts 26,638,018 eligible voters [PDF], of which 22,077,333—or 82.88%— are registered to vote as of February 20, 2024. According to the Alameda County ROV, there are 939,274 people registered to vote throughout Alameda County.

Alameda currently has 75,628 residents, of which 51,140 are registered to vote with the ROV. 60% of Alameda voters are listed as Democrats, while only 11.5% are registered as Republicans. 23.6% have no stated party preference; the rest are divided between American Independent, Libertarian, Green, Peace and Freedom, and others.

Federal and State Primary Election Returns from the Associated Press

Alameda County and City Election Returns from the Alameda County ROV

Vote by Mail ballots for the County counted before the election total 59,016 or 6.28 % of 939,274 registered voters.

First Unofficial Election update at 9:16 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, included 9,613 ballots or 1.02% of the vote for 68,629 total ballots counted.

Second Unofficial Election update at 11:01 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, included 4,793 counted ballots, bringing the total counted to 73,422.

The ROV posted Unofficial Final Results at 11:52 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, with 78,381 ballots counted, or 8.34% of registered voters in the county.

Unofficial Post Election Update #1 was posted at 4:56 p.m. on Thursday March 7, 2024, including 98,351 counted ballots or 10.49%.

Among the numbers for local results released Thursday, in the race for US Congress, District 12, Lateefah Simon remains in first place with 44.9% of votes counted, with Dr. Jennifer Tran next with 16.71% of the tally and Alameda Vice-Mayor Tony Daysog in third with 14.09%. Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín holds the lead among candidates for CA State Senate District 7, with 32.39% of the total, and Oakland City Councilmember Dan Kalb second, with 17%, and Sandré Swanson in third with 14.26%. For CA State Assembly, incumbent Mia Bonta’s November challenger is still unclear, with the other three candidates within 221 votes of each other.

Alameda County Judge of the Superior Court, Office 5

CandidateVotesPercentage
Wiley ✓63,989100%
Total63,989100%
As of 4:56 p.m. March 7, 2024. 562 of 562 Precincts Reported

Alameda County Judge of the Superior Court, Office 12

CandidateVotesPercentage
Fickes42,03756.79%
Johnson31,98043.21%
Total74,017100%
As of 4:56 p.m. March 7, 2024. 562 of 562 Precincts Reported.

Alameda County Board of Education Governing Board Member, Trustee Area 2

CandidateVotesPercentage
Lewis2,54125.02%
Normand ✓7,61674.98%
Total10,157100%
As of 4:56 p.m. March 7, 2024. 55 of 55 Precincts Reported.

Democratic Central Committee

CandidateVotesPercentageSlate
Taylor5,9266.10%Empower Oakland
* Price5,3915.54%People Powered Progressives
* Tam5,0635.21%People Powered Progressives
Alvarado4,3134.44%No slate
Jensen4,1764.30%No slate
Logan4,1324.25%United Voices for Democracy
Chen4,0304.14%Empower Oakland
Geist3,9834.10%United Voices for Democracy
Brown3,8663.98%Empower Oakland
Groce3,5923.69%United Voices for Democracy
* Bocanegra3,5923.69%People Powered Progressives
Ferran3,4283.53%Empower Oakland
Egerman3,3253.42%United Voices for Democracy
Chagolla3,2213.31%People Powered Progressives
Childress3,2023.29%Empower Oakland
Lowe3,1933.28%No slate
Tchoukleva3,1363.23%Empower Oakland
Juarez3,1133.20%United Voices for Democracy
Grashton2,9783.06%People Powered Progressives
* Roberts2,9373.02%People Powered Progressives
Jeffries2,8892.97%United Voices for Democracy
* Dugar2,7722.85%People Powered Progressives
Fleisher2,7482.83%Empower Oakland
Priforce2,6122.69%United Voices for Democracy
Abuyen2,5422.61%United Voices for Democracy
Bowling2,5272.60%People Powered Progressives
Merriouns2,4222.49%People Powered Progressives
Turner2,1172.18%People Powered Progressives
Total97,226100.00%
As of 4:56 p.m. March 7, 2024. 110 of 110 Precincts Reported. * – Incumbent. Vote for Ten.

Alameda County Measure A

ChoiceVotesPercentage
Yes49,10557.11%
No36,87742.89%
Total85,982100%
As of 4:56 p.m. March 7, 2024. 562 of 562 Precincts Reported. 50%+1 to pass.

Alameda County Measure B

ChoiceVotesPercentage
Yes53,71662.86%
No31,74037.14%
Total85,456100%
As of 4:56 p.m. March 7, 2024. 562 of 562 Precincts Reported. 50%+1 to pass.

Alameda Unified School District Measure E

ChoiceVotesPercentage
Yes5,17170.97%
No2,11529.03%
Total7,286100%
As of 4:56 p.m. March 7, 2024. 14 of 14 Precincts Reported. 2/3 to pass.

Adam Gillitt is the Publisher of the Alameda Post. Reach him at [email protected]. His writing is collected at AlamedaPost.com/Adam-Gillitt.

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