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Lassen County Nov. 4 Election Results

 

Election Summary Report
Statewide General Election 
Lassen County, CA
Summary For Jurisdiction Wide, All Counters, All Races
Includes Doyle and Bieber 
REPORT #9

11/04/14
22:44:40

 

Registered Voters 12891 - Cards Cast 5434 42.15% Num. Report Precinct 52 - Num. Reporting 52 100.00%

 

GOVERNOR    
    Total
Number of Precincts   52  
Precincts Reporting   52 100.0 %
Vote For   1  
Total Votes   5328  

E. G. "JERRY" BROWN DEM 1746 32.77%
NEEL KASHKARI REP 3582 67.23%

 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR    
    Total
Number of Precincts   52  
Precincts Reporting   52 100.0 %
Vote For   1  
Total Votes   5297  

RON NEHRING REP 3721 70.25%
GAVIN NEWSOM DEM 1576 29.75%

 

SECRETARY OF STATE    
    Total
Number of Precincts   52  
Precincts Reporting   52 100.0 %
Vote For   1  
Total Votes   5273  

ALEX PADILLA DEM 1439 27.29%
PETE PETERSON REP 3834 72.71%

 

CONTROLLER    
    Total
Number of Precincts   52  
Precincts Reporting   52 100.0 %
Vote For   1  
Total Votes   5242  

ASHLEY SWEARENGIN REP 3725 71.06%
BETTY T. YEE DEM 1517 28.94%

Final data show 17.8 million voters registered for today's election

Secretary of State Debra Bowen recently published the final pre-election report that shows 17,803,823 Californians are now registered to vote.

The official voter registration report shows the total number of registered voters has increased by 517,940 since this time four years ago.The percentage of voters with no political party preference has also continued to tick up, going from 20.3 percent in 2010 to 23.3 percent now.

While the statewide voter registration database is updated daily, California law requires voter registration updates 60 and 15 days before each general election.After the 58 county elections officials certify their voter data, the Secretary of State compiles all data into a statewide report and offers various dissections by political district and political party.

Duerksen attends training for Bakken oil

Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 — Forest Duerksen, the fire chief for the Westwood Fire Department, took part in hands-on field training exercises Oct. 2- through 22 designed to teach emergency responders how to manage incidents related to crude oil trains. The training was underwritten by Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway and held at the Transportation Technology Center in Pueblo, Colorado, which is the railroad industry’s private training and research center.

“The training made me feel more confident. I got to be incident commander on one of the training scenarios, and that is where I will be if we have an incident. It helped me to make sure I am doing things right and brought up considerations I had not thought about,” said Duerksen.

Supes, residents discuss pot gardens

Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 — County staff will be bringing back information for the board of supervisors to review and possibly update the medical marijuana ordinance.

The matter was placed on the supervisors’ agenda after residents in Lake Forest voiced concerns during an October meeting about a large marijuana grow in the subdivision off Eagle Lake Road.

Residents who stand on both sides of the issue attended a study session held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct 28 at the Veterans Memorial Hall.

Cal Fire lifts burn ban

Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 — Northern California’s first significant rainfall of the season, combined with cooler temperatures, has allowed the Cal Fire Lassen Modoc Plumas Unit to lift restrictions on dooryard debris burning effective at 8 a.m. Monday, Oct. 27.

This means you may burn dooryard debris without a permit. Permits will not be required until May 1, 2015. However, you must still contact your local Air Pollution Control District to ensure it’s a permissive burn day.


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