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Election 2020: Home

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Question of the Month

The January 6th insurrection brought violence to the nation's capital. How long do you expect political violence to persist in the U.S.?

Please answer the poll only once.

Violence is the weapon of weak, non-violence that of the strong. (Mahatma Gandhi)
Through January 20th inauguration: 0 votes (0%)
Up to a month after inauguration: 0 votes (0%)
Through 2021: 0 votes (0%)
Through 2022 mid-term election: 0 votes (0%)
Through 2024 presidential election: 0 votes (0%)
Indefinitely: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 0

It's Voting Time!

The election is over!!!!! I want to thank all of you for visiting this site over the last two years. And much more importantly, thank you for participating in the election as voters and any other ways you may have contributed. Here are the results for races that are most pertinent to Santa Clara residents. 

National Races

  • U.S. President: Joe Biden
  • U.S. Vice-President: Kamala Harris
  • U.S. House of Representatives, 17th District: Ro Khanna (D)
  • U.S. House of Representatives, 18th District: Anna Eshoo (D)
  • U.S. House of Representatives, 19th District: Zoe Lofgren (D)
  • U.S. House of Representatives, 20th District: Jimmy Panetta (D)

California Senate

  • District 13: Josh Beckett (D)
  • District 15: Dave Cortese (D)
  • District 17: John Laird (D)

California Assembly

  • District 24: Marc Berman (D)
  • District 25: Alex Lee (D)
  • District 27: Ash Kaira (D)
  • District 28: Evan Low (D)
  • District 29: Mark Stone (D)
  • District 30: Robert Rivas (D)

California Ballot Propositions

  • 14 - Bonds to Continue Stem Cell Research: YES
  • 15 - Property Tax to Fund Schools, Services: NO
  • 16 - Affirmative Action in Government Decisions: NO
  • 17 - Restore Right to Vote after Prison Term: YES
  • 18 - 17 Year-Old Primary Voting Rights: NO
  • 19 - Changes Certain Property Tax Rules: YES
  • 20 - Parole Restrictions for Certain Offenses: NO
  • 21 - Expands Governments' Right to Rent Control: NO
  • 22 - App-Based Drivers and Employee Benefits: YES
  • 23 - State Requirements for Kidney Dialysis Clinics: NO
  • 24 - Amends Consumer Privacy Laws: YES
  • 25 - Eliminates Money Bail System: NO

Santa Clara County

  • Supervisor, District 3: Otto Lee

Regional & Local Measures

  • RR - Caltrain Funding: YES
  • Santa Clara Measure E - Hotel Tax: YES
  • Santa Clara Measure S - Water District Parcel Tax: YES
  • Santa Clara Measure T - Open Space Authority Parcel Tax: YES

Santa Clara City Council

  • District 1: Kathy Watanabe
  • District 4: Kevin Park
  • District 5: Suds Jain
  • District 6: Anthony Becker