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RESULTS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: Election 2020

See how your neighbors voted on Sacramento city races

November 20, 2020

Sacramento County released its latest election results Friday, bringing the region's local ballot initiatives and races closer to closure.
Less than 10,000 ballots remain to be counted, according to the county election results website.
The county is scheduled to release its next batch of results at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Check back to this page for more race results and vote tallies as they come in.

Sacramento City Council Races

✓ Sean Loloee defeats Allen Warren in District 2 - Del Paso Heights/Hagginwood

Viva Supermarkets owner Sean Loloee won the Sacramento City Council District 2 race over incumbent Allen Warren.
The latest race results showed the gap between the two candidates widening slightly from 2,164 votes to 2,205 votes, or a 12.3 point margin to 12.4 point margin.

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✓ Mai Vang defeats Les Simmons in District 8 - Meadowview/Valley Hi/North Laguna

Sacramento City Unified School District board member Mai Vang defeated pastor Les Simmons in the race to represent Sacramento City Council District 8. Simmons conceded to Vang Saturday.

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City of Sacramento Measures -
✓ Pass or ✗ Fail

Measure A

Sacramento City voters rejected Measure A, the "strong mayor" proposal.
Strong opposition in suburbs like Pocket, Land Park and East Sac brought the measure's demise.
The often single-digit percentage point margin support in poorer areas could not offset the suburban blowout margins. The measure would have required the city to allocate at least $40 million for "inclusive economic development and youth services."

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Measure B

Sacramento voted overwhelmingly in favor Measure B, which grants more time for redistricting due to census data delays from the pandemic.

However, roughly one-third of Sacramentans voted against the measure, which had no formal opposition.

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Measure C

Sacramento City voters rejected Measure C, which would have established an elected rent control board.
Voters in the Sac State precinct delivered some of the strongest margins supporting Measure C. The Sac State precinct includes residents of Newman Court, the dorms and apartments west of Howe Avenue and north of US-50.
Most neighborhoods mirrored their voting on Measure A but more no-leaning, especially in North Laguna and Natomas.
The Broadway and Midtown neighborhoods along with North Oak Park voted against the "strong mayor" proposal but favored rent control slightly.

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Madeleine Beck, Mercy Sosa, Milan Cabebe, Camryn Dadey, Isabelle Juarez and Robbie Pierce contributed to this article.

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