November 15, 2016 Election Results
Here's the latest scoop from the Orange County Registrar of Voters website as of 5:00 p.m. this afternoon. You can check back to the OC Registrar of Voters site, HERE, anytime to check results yourself. No positions changed in local races.
CITY OF COSTA MESA CITY COUNCIL
Sandy Genis and John Stephens continue to lead the pack with Allan Mansoor nearly 500 votes ahead of Steve Mensinger.
Incumbents Jim Ferryman and Art Perry continue to hold strong leads over the challengers
Jim Fisler continue to hold an insurmountable lead over Alex Reich
Both citizen-generated measures are failing badly. Measure X, the City-generated measure looks like it will pass handily.
Measure AA, the citizen-generated issue continues to hold a huge lead and will certainly pass. Measure BB, the City-generated measure designed to fool the voters is failing.
Measure Y, the Smart Growth Initiative, continues to pass handily. Measure Z, the City-generated measure designed to fool the voters here too, is lagging behind.
Jim Righeimer's bogus scheme to get a directly-elected mayor is passing
The Mesa Water District attempt to snooker the voters seems to be passing. Fortunately, it doesn't mean a thing.
All incumbents continue to hold commanding leads.
Here, too, the incumbents are passing handily.
Matt Harper will beat Karina Onofre
John Moorlach will beat Ari Grayson
Dana Rohrabacher will beat Dr. Suzanne Savary
Neal Kelley's crew took another big bite out of the ballots, gobbling up many vote-by-mail votes today.
Total Ballots Left To Count - 215,781
Vote-by-Mail Ballots Left To Count - 4,277
Provisionals Left To Count - 108,000
Vote-by-Mail Ballots Returned At The Polls Left To Count - 67,087
Election Day Paper Left To Count - 22,500
Eligible Vote-by-Mail Ballots Left To Count -13,917
ONE, TWO, THREE....
And Neal Kelley and his tireless crew just keep on counting, hoping to meet their mandated deadline of 30 days following the election. The next results will be available at 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Labels: 2016 Election