These are the final results from the November 2006 Election. State returns are available here. Yolo County returns are available at http://www.yoloelections.org/returns.

Voter turnout:

Davis:
23,403 of 35,489 registered Voters (65.9%)
Yolo County:
55,587 of 90,695 registered voters (61.3%)
California:
8,897,376 of 15,837,108 registerd voters (56.2%)

These are the county-wide numbers with statewide percentage in parentheses, if applicable. Colors indicate the statewide result. * indicates incumbent.

Local Measures

Measure H (SMUD Annexation)
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
24,021
51.0%
No
23,087
49.0%
 
Measure I (SMUD Annexation)
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
23,617
50.0%
No
23,627
50.0%
 
Measure K (Target at Second Street Crossing)
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
11,761
51.5%
No
11,087
48.5%
 
Measure L (Choice Voting)
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
11,620
55.4%
No
9,352
44.6%

Local Representatives

United States Senator
 
Votes
Percent
*Dianne Feinstein (Dem)
34,548
64.3% (59.5%)
Richard "Dick" Mountjoy (Rep)
16,187
30.2% (35.1%)
Don Grundmann (AI)
266
0.4% (0.8%)
Todd Chretien (Grn)
1,375
2.6% (1.8%)
Michael S. Metti (Lib)
821
1.5% (1.5%)
Marsha Feinland (PF)
570
1.0% (1.3%)
 
United States Representative (District 1)
 
Votes
Percent
*Mike Thompson (Dem)
29,866
65.8% (66.3%)
John W. Jones (Rep)
13,280
29.3% (29.0%)
Pamela Elizondo (Grn)
1,661
3.7% (3.1%)
Timothy Stock (PF)
581
1.2% (1.6%)
 
State Assembly (District 8)
 
Votes
Percent
*Lois Wolk (Dem)
34,489
71.0% (66.1%)
John Gould (Rep)
14,143
29.0% (33.9%)
 
Board of Equalization (District 1)
 
Votes
Percent
Betty T. Yee (Dem)
31,057
62.1% (65.0%)
David J. Neighbors (Rep)
16,686
33.4% (29.2%)
Kennita Watson (Lib)
1,231
2.5% (2.9%)
David Campbell (PF)
1,047
2.0% (2.9%)
 

Other State Offices

Governor
 
Votes
Percent
Phil Angelides (Dem)
21,733
40.0% (39.0%)
*Arnold Schwarzenegger (Rep)
29,073
53.4% (55.9%)
Edward C. Noonan (AI)
170
0.3% (0.7%)
Peter Camejo (Grn)
2,602
4.8% (2.3%)
Art Olivier (Lib)
483
0.8% (1.3%)
Janice Jordan (PF)
391
0.7% (0.8%)
 
Lieutenant Governor
 
Votes
Percent
John Garamendi (Dem)
28,845
53.8% (49.2%)
Tom McClintock (Rep)
21,793
40.7% (45.1%)
James D. King (AI)
163
0.3% (0.8%)
Donna J. Warren (Grn)
1,983
3.7% (2.8%)
Lynnette Marie Shaw (Lib)
749
1.3% (1.6%)
Stewart A. Alexander (PF)
123
0.2% (0.5%)
 
Secretary of State
 
Votes
Percent
Debra Bowen (Dem)
27,862
52.7% (48.1%)
*Bruce McPherson (Rep)
21,978
41.6% (45.0%)
Glenn McMillon, Jr. (AI)
459
0.8% (1.6%)
Forrest Hill (Grn)
1,390
2.7% (2.2%)
Gail Lightfoot (Lib)
843
1.5% (2.1%)
Margie Akin (PF)
391
0.7% (1.0%)
 
Controller
 
Votes
Percent
John Chiang (Dem)
31,636
60.1% (50.7%)
Tony Strickland (Rep)
17,017
32.4% (40.2%)
Warren M. Campbell (AI)
338
0.6% (1.2%)
Laura Wells (Grn)
1,951
3.7% (3.2%)
Donna Tello (Lib)
821
1.5% (2.2%)
Elizabeth C. Barron (PF)
914
1.7% (2.5%)
 
Treasurer
 
Votes
Percent
Bill Lockyer (Dem)
31,755
60.7% (54.4%)
Claude Parrish (Rep)
16,320
31.2% (37.3%)
E. Justin Noonan (AI)
315
0.6% (1.1%)
Mehul M. Thakker (Grn)
1,864
3.5% (2.4%)
Marian Smithson (Lib)
1,937
3.7% (4.0%)
Gerald Sanders (PF)
193
0.3% (0.8%)
 
Attorney General
 
Votes
Percent
Jerry Brown (Dem)
31,930
60.1% (56.3%)
Chuck Poochigian (Rep)
17,963
33.8% (38.2%)
Michael Sutton Wyman (Grn)
1,756
3.4% (2.3%)
Kenneth A. Weissman (Lib)
1,169
2.1% (2.1%)
Jack Harrison (PF)
346
0.6% (1.1%)
 
Insurance Commissioner
 
Votes
Percent
Cruz Bustamante (Dem)
21,711
42.2% (38.5%)
Steve Poizner (Rep)
23,305
45.3% (50.9%)
Jay Earl Burden (AI)
576
1.1% (1.5%)
Larry Cafiero (Grn)
2,775
5.3% (3.2%)
Dale F. Ogden (Lib)
2,122
4.1% (3.7%)
Tom Condit (PF)
1,070
2.0% (2.2%)
 

Judicial Offices

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

Joyce L. Kennard
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
30,738
79.0% (74.6%)
No
8,206
21.0% (25.4%)
 
Carol A. Corrigan
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
30,379
78.1% (74.4%)
No
8,525
21.9% (25.6%)

Associate Justice of the Court of Appeal (3rd District)

Coleman A. Blease
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
28,984
76.1% (70.3%)
No
9,084
23.9% (29.7%)
 
Fred K. Morrison
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
29,640
77.9% (74.0%)
No
8,392
22.1% (26.0%)
 
Kathleen Butz
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
29,644
77.7% (72.2%)
No
8,506
22.3% (27.8%)
 
Tani Cantil Sakauye
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
28,592
75.9% (70.7%)
No
9,073
24.1% (29.3%)

State Propositions

1A — Transportation funding protection
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
38,388
73.1% (77.0%)
No
14,139
26.9% (23.0%)
 
1B — Highway safety, traffic reduction, air quality, and port security bond act of 2006
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
32,868
62.5% (61.4%)
No
19,730
37.5% (38.6%)
 
1C — Housing and emergency shelter trust fund act of 2006
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
32,444
61.4% (57.8%)
No
20,422
38.6% (42.2%)
 
1D — Kindergarten-university public education facilities bond act of 2006
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
32,886
62.2% (56.9%)
No
20,018
37.8% (43.1%)
 
1E — Disaster preparedness and flood prevention bond act of 2006
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
38,452
73.2% (64.2%)
No
14,132
26.8% (35.8%)
 
83 — Sex Offenders. Sexually Violent Predators. Punishment, Residence Restrictions and Monitoring. Initiative Statute.
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
33,805
63.7% (70.5%)
No
19,283
36.3% (29.5%)
 
84 — Water Quality, Safety and Supply. Flood Control. Natural Resource Protection. Park Improvements. Bonds. Initiative Statute.
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
28,967
55.7% (53.8%)
No
23,084
44.3% (46.2%)
 
85 — Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor's Pregnancy. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
19,823
37.1% (45.8%)
No
33,590
62.9% (54.2%)
 
86 — Tax on Cigarettes. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
27,258
50.6% (48.3%)
No
26,657
49.4% (51.7%)
 
87 — Alternative Energy. Research, Production, Incentives. Tax on California Oil. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
26,594
49.6% (45.4%)
No
26,917
50.4% (54.6%)
 
88 — Education Funding. Real Property Parcel Tax. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
14,763
28.0% (23.3%)
No
37,837
72.0% (76.7%)
 
89 — Political Campaigns. Public Financing. Corporate Tax Increase. Contribution and Expenditure Limits. Initiative Statute.
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
15,906
30.6% (25.7%)
No
35,962
69.4% (74.3%)
 
90 — Government Acquisition, Regulation of Private Property. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
 
Votes
Percent
Yes
21,843
42.1% (47.6%)
No
29,944
57.9% (52.4%)

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Does anyone know what happens now since Measure H passed, but Measure I failed? Does that mean both failed? I don't know myself because they seemed like they were both needed together in order to work. -Molnar

They both need to pass or it fails. —SteveOstrowski

Even if both H and I passed, Sacramento torpedoed the whole thing by rejecting measure L. —WilliamLewis


2006-11-09 10:38:11   Sacramento rejected it because of a number of reasons, including the fact that an annexation of Yolo might increase prices in Sac, and (unfortunately), because of measures Q and R, the arena tax. Most voters were looking at that instead of anything else. —AngelaPourtabib