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Benicia and Solano County Election Results 2012: Measure Q Wins

Here are the races Benicia Patch will be following when the polls close at 8 p.m.

Benicia elects its city councilmembers and school board members in off year elections.  In June Supervisor Linda Seifert was re-elected to the Solano County Board of Supervisors.

Measure Q, a $348 million bond measure that will help modernize Solano College is the only countywide measure on the ballot.  Measure Q will need 55 percent of the vote in order to pass. 

The Measure Q campaign has sent out mailers while opponents, the Central Solano Citizen/Taxpayer Group has run a relatively quiet campaign.

Read the Benicia Patch election guide for information about the 11 propositions on the ballot. 

Bookmark this page. Benicia Patch will have live results for all of these races the minute polls close at 8 p.m. We'll also have results for the presidential election and statewide contests, including the 11 propositions on the California ballot. 

Find your polling place. 

Here is how Solano County voted in the November 6, 2012 general election. Benicia Patch will publish results for Benicia as soon as the Solano County Registrar of Voters office provides a precinct by precinct breakdown of the vote.

 

Absentee

Election Day

Total

Percentage

President of the
United States

 

 

 

 

Mitt Romney

24,091

17,252

41,343

35

Barack Obama

38,923

35,154

74,077

63

U.S. Senate

 

 

 

 

Dianne Feinstein

40,292

35,388

75,680

65

Elizabeth Emken

22,962

17,104

40,066

35

House of
Representatives

 

 

 

 

Mike Thompson

17,091

15,191

32,282

77

Randy Loftin

5,594

4,196

9,790

23

State Senate

 

 

 

 

Lois Wolk

40,046

34,150

74,196

65

Frank Miranda

22,371

16,970

39,341

35

State Assembly

 

 

 

 

Susan Bonilla

17,934

15,785

33,719

100

 





Ballot Initiatives

 

 

 

 

Prop. 30  yes

34,498   

33,250     

67,748

58  

Prop. 30  no

28,675

19,661

48,336

42

Prop. 31 yes

24,423

19,395

43,818

40

Prop. 31 no

35,452

30,491

65,943

60

Prop 32  yes

27,140

19,607

46,747

41

Prop. 32 no

35,578

32,606

68,184

59

Prop. 33 yes

27,554

20,133

47,687

42

Prop. 33 no

34,156

31,189

65,345

58

Prop. 34  yes

27,360

25,994

53,354

47

Prop. 34 no

34,864

25,941

60,805

53

Prop. 35  yes

52,993

43,318

96,311

85

Prop. 35 no

9,244

8,414

17,658

15

Prop. 36 yes

43,611

36,574

80,185

70

Prop. 36 no

18,642

15,138

33,780

30

Prop. 37 yes

27,282

25,080

52,362

46

Prop. 37 no

35,251

27,043

62,294

54

Prop. 38 yes

18,472

16,114

34,586

31

Prop. 38 no

43,477

35,200

78,677

69

Prop. 39 yes

38,951

32,435

71,386

64

Prop. 39 no

22,317

17,915

40.232

36

Prop. 40 yes

42,677

33,603

76,280

70

Prop. 40 no

17,068

15,292

32,360

30

Measure Q yes

34,795

32,367

67,162

62

Measure Q no

23,882

16,715

40,597

38

 

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"The Black Panther of Poetry" November 06, 2012 at 10:22 PM
President Obama name should be before Mitt Romneys' name J.B.; if not for anything but for the fact that he is the sitting President!!! YOU FEEL ME!!!
Babaloo November 07, 2012 at 06:22 AM
POS,,,you smell...and black panthers got their's today by navy seals..not everyone is a lemming and will not follow your garbage you espouse...
Scott Burford November 07, 2012 at 06:49 AM
My awesome wife just came up with this: Though I have had enough of all the political ranting and raving tonight, I feel the need to say something, so here is my two cents. The presidential campaigns alone cost upward of 5.8 billion dollars, yet the balance of power in the white house, the senate, and the house are the same tonight as were this morning, and the same as they have been for the last four years. We are faced with the same issues and the same partisan opinions that have kept real change at bey. The only difference is that 5.8 BILLION dollars was spent, and is not going to schools, healthcare, the creation of jobs, or anything that will aid the common citizen. So I have news for my friends on both sides of the political fence...No matter who your candidate was WE all lost, and if we don't come together as a nation with each person taking responsibility to model the change that they want to create, and do the difficult work it will take to bring about that change, we will all continue to lose. Have a great night!

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