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