The results are in: Santa Barbara and Ventura

Here's a rundown of some of the country, state and local winners

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: Donald Trump

In Santa Barbara County, Hillary Clinton beat out Trump 7,2605 to 3,8973.

In Ventura, Clinton beat Trump 123,268 to 87,778.

CALIFORNIA SENATE RACE: Kamala Harris

Harris beat Loretta Sanchez 6,2095 to 3,9996 in Santa Barbara and 121,129 to 69,829 in Ventura.

State PROPOSITIONS

You can find all the results here.

24TH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL SEAT: Salud Carbajal

Santa Barbara County, San Luis Obispo County and part of Ventura County

Democrat Salud Carbajal: 114,270 (54%)

Republican Justin Fareed : 98,214 (46%)

25TH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL SEAT: Steve Knight

Part of northern Los Angeles County and part of Ventura County

Republican Steve Knight: 48,870 (55%)

Democrat Bryan Caforio: 40,116 (45%)

26TH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL SEAT: Julia Brownley

Most of Ventura County

Democrat Julia Brownley: 106,392 (60%)

Republican Rafael Dagnesses: 72,337 (40%)

SANTA BARBARA RACES

19th District State Senator: Hannah Beth Jackson (62.3%) beat Colin Walch (37.7%)

3rd District Supervisor: Joan Hartmann (55%) beat Bruce Porter (45%)

37th Assembly District: Monique Limon (64%) beat Edward Fuller (36%)

35th Assembly District: Jordan Cunningham (55%) beat Dawn Ortiz-Legg (45%)

Santa Maria Mayor: Alice Patino (74%) beat Will Smith (26%)

SANTA BARBARA MEASURES

Measure B – The county voted yes to increase the transient occupancy tax rate from 10% to 12%.

Measure C – Goleta voted to elect a mayor every two years.

Measure E and F – Isla Vista voted yes by a landslide to form a community services district, but did not approve the 8% utility users tax that would pay for it.

VENTURA RACES

3rd District Supervisor: Kelly Long (54%) beat Carla Castilla (45%)

VENTURA MEASURES

Measure C and F – The county voted yes to extend SOAR measures to 2050.

Measure AA – The county voted no to increase Ventura’s sales tax be by one-half cent to address the county’s transportation needs. It needed two-thirds of the vote to win.

You can find all of Santa Barbara’s election results here and all of Ventura’s here.