2018 Poll Election Results

2018 Poll Election Results

David Garcia, Martha Robles, and Alyssa Viveros

Earlier in November the midterm elections took place. Here are the results for the most known problems that have been solved in California and see where your vote mattered.

Governor –       Gavin Newsom       Democrat         4,158,682 Votes       60%

U.S Senate –   Dianne Feinstein      Democrat        3,358,152 Votes       54%

U.S District 4 –  Tom McClintock   GOP                     120,601 Votes       55%

U.S District 10 – Jeff Denham         GOP                       56,701 Votes       51%

Proposition 6: Gas Tax Repeal –      No                    3,801,276 Votes      55%

Proposition 7: Daylight Savings Changes –   Yes    4,020,376 Votes     60%

Proposition 10: Rent Control –         No                    4,236,035 Votes     62%

Sacramento Measure U: Sales Tax –  Yes                      27,393 Votes      55%

Elk Grove Mayor –  Steve Ly                                              8,714 Votes       47%

West Sacramento- Christopher Cabaldon                      5,187 Votes        53%

To become a voter you must fulfill the following requirements:

  • A legal citizen of the United States.
  • A legal resident of California.
  • 18 years or older by Election Day.
  • Not currently in prison or on parole for a felony conviction.
  • Not found mentally incompetent by a court.

If you fit the requirements from above and would like to register as a voter in California then you will need to fill out and submit the form through online or by mail. If you prefer you can also choose to register to vote by going into the DMV. The deadline to register is before midnight 15 days before the election, but if you miss the deadline you r information will still be processed and submitted for the next upcoming election season.