Friday, November 18, 2016

Local Election Results As Of 11/18/16


(Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley)
HOT OFF THE PRESSES
Here are the latest local election results as of 5:00 p.m., November 18, 2016.  There remains  ballots left to count for all of Orange County.  The Registrar of Voters staff will be working Saturday, November 19th, but those numbers will be included in the Monday, November 21st report.  They are NOT working Sunday.  They WILL be working Monday through Wednesday next week, will be off Thanksgiving and Friday after, but WILL be working Saturday and Sunday, the 26th and 27th and the following week to complete their task.  They MUST complete the count by December 8th.

COSTA MESA CITY COUNCIL
Sandy Genis continues to lead, holding a 227 vote margin over John Stephens.  Stephens holds a margin of 2,520 votes over Allan Mansoor.  Mansoor increased his lead over Mayor Steve Mensinger to 503 votes.  Jay Humphrey closed up on Mensinger and now trails him by only 41 votes.  Lee Ramos and Al Melone trail the field.
COSTA MESA SANITARY DISTRICT
Incumbent Jim Ferryman has a commanding lead - 2,986 votes over fellow-incumbent Art Perry.  Perry leads Gary Monahan by 4,790 votes.  Self-professed "solutioneer" Jim Fitzpatrick trails Monahan by 2,456 votes, missing out on that seat he promised us he would win by more than 7,000 votes, and Christopher Luntsford trails.
MESA WATER DISTRICT
Incumbent Jim Fisler leads challenger Alex Reich by 1,499 votes.
GROWTH ISSUES
Measure Y - the Smart Growth Initiative is passing with a 2-1 margin.  Measure Z, the City-generated measure designed to confuse the voters, is passing, but by a much smaller margin.
FAIRVIEW PARK ISSUES
Measure AA, the citizen-generated measure designed to protect Fairview Park, is passing by a wide margin - much more than 2-1.  The city measure - BB - which was placed on the ballot to confuse the voters, is failing.
MEDICAL MARIJUANA ISSUES
Both citizen-generated medical marijuana measures - V and W - are failing.  Measure X, the City-generated substitute is passing.
VOTE BY DISTRICTS
Sadly, Measure EE - Jim Righeimer's hijacked measure that includes a directly-elected mayor, is passing.  He finally managed to fool the public.
MESA WATER HOSTILE TAKEOVER OF CMSD
This meaningless measure is passing.
COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
All incumbents for Coast Community College District seats are passing by wide margins.
NEWPORT MESA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
All incumbents in the Newport Mesa Unified School District races are passing by wide margins.
74TH STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT
Matt Harper will defeat Karina Onofre
37TH STATE SENATE DISTRICT
John Moorlach will defeat Ari Grayson
48TH UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT
 Dana Rohrabacher will defeat Dr. Suzanne Savary

WHAT'S LEFT TO COUNT?
Estimate of Ballots Left to Count - 92,484
Vote-by-Mail Ballots Left to Count - 2,277
Vote-by-Mail Ballots Returned at the Polls Left to Count - 5,227
Provisionals Left to Count - 83,624
Election Day Paper Ballots Left to Count - 1,342
Eligible Vote-by-Mail Ballots Received After election Day Left to Count - 262

NEXT REPORT MONDAY, 11/21/16 AFTER 5:00 P.M.
Have a wonderful weekend...  relax and enjoy yourselves.
 

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3 Comments:

Blogger Honeyman said...

Thanks for the update, Geoff.

Just to be clear, you did state that self-professed "solutioneer" Jim Fitzpatrick trails Monahan by 2,456 votes, missing out on that seat he promised us he would win by more than 7,000 votes, didn't you? Would that be "village idiot" Jim Fitzpatrick that trails Monahan by 2,456 votes, missing out on that seat he promised us he would win by more than 7,000 votes?

11/18/2016 08:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Xyn Bohemia said...

who are these 41-47 people anyway? that's what i wanna know :)

11/19/2016 11:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Where's My Coffee? said...

So the "solutiioneer" didn't have the solution? Now there's a shock. I'm just surprised that many people voted for the Monahan. I have to give him credit for about 1500 more votes than I thought he'd get. I am quite frankly surprised that the city voted for Mansoor after his stint, and the "vacation" he took in the Assembly.

11/20/2016 02:51:00 PM  

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