Sacramento NWPC

March 5 Election Update

We don’t know final Sacramento County vote totals yet because Sacramento became a Voter’s Choice Act county in 2016. Sacramento County has already processed ballots cast electronically at voting stations and ballots received by mail before Election Day. It is currently processing ballots dropped off at a vote center, at a drop box or via snail mail. We don’t know when final tallies will be published.

Katie Valenzuela won over incumbent Steve Hansen for Sacramento City Council District 4. From the Sacramento Bee on March 10, 2020:

Mai Vang may be headed for a runoff in November in Sacramento City Council District 8. The totals are 1,799 to 1,187, or 46.64% to 30.78%. Same thing applies: If she goes to 50% plus one she can avoid a run off. If the final percentage is below 50% for both, there will be a runoff in November.

Tiffany Mock-Goeman came in third in Board Of Supervisors District 3. We wish her well.


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