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Nov. 6 Election Results Certified

The results are now certified; the deadline to request a recount is Dec. 3.

The Riverside County Registrar of Voters certified the results of the Nov. 6 election at 3:17 p.m. Monday, it was announced a short time ago.

The certified results have now been forwarded to the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, and requests for recounts are still possible.

Here are the certified results of the races watched in Temecula, which can also be viewed at the Registrar of Voters website at www.voteinfo.net:

42nd Congressional District

Candidates:

Rep. Ken Calvert (R) - incumbent 61.36 percent

Michael Williamson (D) 38.64 percent

Temecula shares two congressional districts as a result of newly drawn district maps. Find out which district is yours by clicking here and selecting your zip code, street address and sample ballot.

50th Congressional District

Rep. Duncan Hunter (R) - incumbent 67.77 percent (winner)

David Secor (D) 32.23 percent

71st State Assembly District 

Patrick Hurley (D) 35.41 percent

Brian Jones (R) 64.59 percent (winner)

Temecula shares two assembly districts as a result of newly drawn district maps. Find out which district is yours by clicking here and selecting your zip code, street address and sample ballot.

75th State Assembly District 

Matthew Herold (D) 35.57 percent

Marie Waldron (R) 64.43 percent (winner)

Riverside County Board of Supervisors, First District*

Candidates:

Bob Buster - incumbent 49.44 percent

Kevin Jeffries 50.56 percent (winner)

*Only affects some residents; click here to find out if you're part of this district. Most Temecula residents are represented by Supervisor Jeff Stone, Third District.

Temecula City Council

Candidates:

Paul Jacobs 7.03 percent

Patrice Lynes 10.87 percent

Mike Naggar - incumbent 31.94 percent (winner)

Chuck Washington - incumbent  35.09 percent (winner)

Jamie White 9.99 percent

Walter Wilson 5.08 percent

Mt. San Jacinto Community College Board of Trustees, Area 5

Tom Ashley 65.04 percent (winner)

Guy Romero 34.96 percent

Temecula’s Measure Y

YES: 64.00 percent (winner)

NO: 36.00 percent

By law, a request for a recount must be filed with the Registrar of Voters office within five days after election results are certified, according to the Registrar's office. The deadline to request a recount is Dec. 3. The cost of a recount is paid for by the requestor.

For more information regarding the recount process, call the Registrar of Voters office at (951) 486-7330.

 
Lash LaRue November 27, 2012 at 04:02 PM
"When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic." -- Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) US Founding Father

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