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Updates for 2020 general election

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Election 2020

Bookmark this page to get live results for the 2020 general election. Chico News & Review will update county contests when unofficial numbers are released by the Butte County/Clerk Recorder at approximately 8:30 p.m. (Nov. 3), and national Presidential electoral vote tallies will be updated as results come in election day (and beyond). Once announcements for California’s national and state races start to come in, numbers will be refreshed every 5-10 minutes by the California Secretary of State (courtesy of CalMatters, an independent public journalism venture covering California state politics and government).

U.S. President electoral votes:

Current national projections (first candidate to 270 electoral votes wins presidency):

DONALD TRUMP: 213
JOE BIDEN: 238

Numbers are culled from a variety of sources—Google/Associated Press, The New York Times, 270 To Win, Politico, ABC News and FiveThirtyEight.
Last updated: Nov. 4, 12:10 a.m. PST.

Butte County:

Unofficial results (100 percent of precincts reporting) as of Nov. 3, 11:23 p.m.:

Chico City Council:

District 1:
Sean Morgan: 3,995 votes (60.68%)
Curtis Pahlka: 2,589 votes (39.32%)
District 3:
Kami Denlay: 3,642 votes (49%)
Ann Schwab: 2,456 votes (33.05%)
Steven Breedlove: 1,334 (17.95%)
District 5:
Andrew Coolidge: 1,707 (47.39%)
Lauren Kohler : 1,455 votes (40.39%)
Randall Stone: 440 votes (12.22%)
District 7:
Deepika Tandon: 2,340 votes (50.07%)
Rich Ober: 2,333 votes (49.93%)

Oroville City Council:

Top three:
Scott Thomson: 2,490 votes (18.61%)
Krysi Riggs: 2,262 votes (16.90%)
Bryan Flicker: 2,218 votes (16.61%)
Janet Goodson: 2,194 votes (16.4%)
Lisa Torres: 1,817 votes (13.58%)
Jack R Berry: 1,242 votes (9.28%)
Bobby O’Reiley: 1,155 votes (8.63%)

Paradise Town Council:

Top three:
Greg Bolin: 1,306 votes (14.71%)
Rose Tryon: 1,224 votes (13.78%)
Steve “Woody” Culleton: 1,071 votes (12.06%)
Lucas Bellefeuille: 843 votes (9.49%)
Melissa Schuster: 824 votes (9.28%)
Julian J Martinez: 599 votes (6.75%)
Mike “ZUCC” Zuccolillo: 547 votes (6.16%)
John Gillander: 480 votes (5.41%)
Sam J Gronseth: 455 votes (5.12%)
Gregg Mowers: 423 votes (4.76%)
Steve Oehler: 417 votes (4.70%)
Warren Bullock: 371 votes (4.18%)
Rachelle Mccann: 320 votes (3.60%)

Gridley City Council:

Top three:
Michael W. Farr: 948 votes (18.58%)
Catalina Sanchez: 879 votes (17.23%)
J. Angel Calderon: 849 votes (16.64%)
Jessica Ramos-Mcelroy: 742 votes (14.55%)
Raymond Borges: 733 votes (14.37%)
Chris Williams: 705 votes (13.82%)
Quintin Crye: 245 votes (4.80%)

Biggs City Council:

Top two:
John Busch: 361 votes (41.21%)
Jerome Squires: 320 votes (36.53%)
Stephen M Sherlock: 195 votes (22.26%)

Local measures:

Measure D (El Medio Fire Protection District – Special Tax):
Yes: 692 votes (50.70%)
No: 673 votes (49.30%)

Measure E (charter amendment – district elections):
Yes: 19,192 votes (51.81%)
No: 17,853 votes (48.19%)

Measure G (City of Chico charter amendment – candidate eligibility):
No: 24,396 votes (62.92%)
Yes: 14,378 votes (37.08%)

More local results here.

Source: Butte County Clerk/Recorder.

State results:

U.S. Congress (CA district 1):

California Assembly (districts 1 & 3):

California propositions:



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