2016 Election: Region 3

2016 General Election Wins

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) California released the following statement from President Laphonza Butler on results of the November 8, 2016 election:

“In an election marked by divisiveness and bigotry, we set out to make California a beacon of hope and opportunity – and we succeeded. Our 700,000 SEIU California members selected Kamala Harris to be the first woman of color to represent California in the U.S. Senate, and we helped pass a slate of initiatives, 55, 56, 57, and 58, that will make real improvements in Californians’ lives.”

Read the full statement here.

SergioFederal Election Wins
U.S. Senate: Kamala Harris

Wins on State Measures:
NO on 53 Stop attacks on Local Control
YES on 55 Invest in Our Children & Communities
YES on 56 Save Lives & Reduce the Ravages of Tobacco
YES on 57 Give Youth and Nonviolent Offenders a Fair Path to Rehabilitation
YES on 58 Strengthen Language Skills for All Students With Dual Language Immersion
YES on 63 Ensure Gun Safety For All
NO on 65 Reject Siphoning Off of Plastic Bag Tax Dollars
YES on 67 Maintain the Plastic Bag Ban, Protect the Environment

Wins – Local Candidates and Measures

YES on LBetter Roads, Better Streets in Stanislaus County
YES on V – Merced County Transportation Expenditure Plan

Merced County Board of Supervisors
District 2: Lee Lor
District 4: Lloyd Pareira

Merced City
Council District 3: Jill McLeod
Council District 5: Matthew Serratto

Patterson City Council
Area C: Dominic Farinha

Turlock City Council
District 2: Gil Esquer
District 4: Steven Nascimento

Waterford Mayor: Mike Van Winkle

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