Butte County releases certified election results

With final primary tallies in, local results remain the same

In primary tallies article: A ballot box outside a polling place.
Photo by Jason Cassidy

Today (March 22), Butte County Clerk-Recorder Keaton Denlay announced the final certified 2024 primary election results for Butte County. The final accounting—with 46.64 percent voter turnout in the county—did not change the results of local races as originally announced in preliminary primary tallies.

Measures O and P, which decided the fate of the Valley’s Edge development, officially failed, with 63 percent voting “No” on O, and 62 percent “No” on P.

Denlay will present the certified results at the Butte County Supervisors meeting on March 26, and the Secretary of State of California will certify all primary election results on April 12.


Measure O:
Yes: 9,414 (37%)
No: 15,843 (63%)

Measure P:
Yes: 9,574 (38%)
No: 15,750 (62%)

Butte County:

Butte County Supervisors primary tallies:

District 1:
Bill Connelly: 7,294 (100%)

District 4:
Tod Kimmelshue: 6,704 (67%)
Joanna Warrens: 3,291 (33%)

District 5:
Doug Teeter: 9,084 (72%)
Julie Threet: 3,479 (28%)

Source: Butte County Clerk/Recorder.

For the California primary tallies visit the California Secretary of State.

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