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2014 Statewide Direct Primary Election Results
updated: Jun 04, 2014, 10:00 AM

By the Dedicated Staff of edhat.com

The results are in for Santa Barbara's County-wide direct primary election. As predicted the results were very close for some races. How do you feel about the winning candidates?

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE 24TH DISTRICT

LOIS CAPPS : 43.69%
DALE FRANCISCO: 5.39%
CHRIS MITCHUM: 14.75%
JUSTIN DONALD FAREED: 13.53%
BRADLEY ALLEN: 5.22%
SANDRA MARSHALL: 3.92%
PAUL H. COYNE, JR.: 2.18%
STEVE ISAKSON: 0.85%
ALEXIS STUART: 0.38%

STATE ASSEMBLY 37TH DISTRICT

DAS WILLIAMS: 58.76%
RON DEBLAUW: 41.01%

COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 2ND DISTRICT

JANET WOLF: 56.40%
ROGER S. ACEVES: 43.38%

SHERIFF-CORONER

BILL BROWN: 56.80%
SANDRA BROWN: 42.98%

MEASURE M2014 COUNTY FACILITIES MAINTENANCE ORDINANCE

No: 51.29%
Yes: 48.71%

The Dedicated Staff created their own poll to gauge where edhat subscribers were leaning in their votes. These results were pretty close as well, until the 24th District Representative poll was somewhat tampered with by an unknown subscriber. But until that happened they votes had Lois Capps far ahead of the other candidates. Das Williams and Ron Deblauw was a tight race on the edhat poll with Deblauw reaching a narrow lead. The race for Sheriff, 2nd District County Supervisor, and Measure M continually went back and forth on the edhat poll. The final numbers were either dead even or a difference of a mere few votes. You can view the past results here for comparison.

View the full list for statewide results at sbcvote.com

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