Bay Area 11-5-13 Local Elections

November 5th was a very successful Election Day for Republican-endorsed candidates!

Several local jurisdictions held elections on November 5th.  Click on the County link to see which seats and ballot measures were up for a vote. If Bay Area County GOP Central Committees endorsed winning candidates or ballot measure positions in the election, they are listed below.

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Contra Costa

Click here for all Election Results for Contra Costa County

Candidates endorsed by the Contra Costa GOP:

  • Dave Hudson – San Ramon City Council
  • Harry Sachs – San Ramon City Council

Marin

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Candidates endorsed by the Marin GOP:

Monterey

Click here for all Election Results for Monterey County

Positions on Measures endorsed by the Monterey GOP

  • Measure M – No  Results: Yes – 47% to No – 53%

San Francisco

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Ballot measure endorsed by the San Francisco GOP:

  • Measure A - Yes  Results: Yes – 68.7% to No – 31.3%

San Mateo

Click here for all Election Results for San Mateo County

Candidates endorsed by the San Mateo GOP:

Santa Clara

Click here for all Election Results for Santa Clara County

Candidates & ballot measures endorsed by the Santa Clara GOP:

 

Lincoln Club of Northern California

The Lincoln Club of Northern California also supported pro-business candidates throughout the Bay Area.
These individuals support fiscally responsible policies that will help stabilize government spending
and promote a healthy business environment leading to the creation of jobs.

The following Lincoln Club endorsed candidates enjoyed successful elections:

LOCAL RACES
Sunnyvale Council: Glenn Hendricks
San Ramon Council: Harry Sachs
San Ramon Council: Dave Hudson
San Carlos Council: Matt Grocott
Pleasanton Council: Kathy Narum

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