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About 291,000 registered voters participated in the June 2022 primary election in Alameda County, a rate of 31%. As of June 14, nearly all of the ballots have been counted.
If you want to see the most recent unfiltered results for every local race, go to the Alameda County Registrar of Voters’ website, and if you want state results, check out the Secretary of State’s page.
Civil rights lawyer Pamela Price led the field with 43% of the vote and will face off against Assistant District Attorney Terry Wiley in November.
Alameda County Sheriff's Commander Yesenia Sanchez took on her boss, incumbent Sheriff Gregory Ahern, and won a remarkable upset victory. Having garnered about 53% of the vote in the primary, Sanchez wins outright. There will not be a runoff in November. Alameda County has a new sheriff who will take office in January.
Oakland City Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan ended up with 41% of the vote in the race for the Board of Supervisors District 3 seat. She'll face off against Lena Tam, who got 28%, in the fall election.
Early results in the county Superintendent of Public Instruction showed incumbent L.K. Monroe with a slight lead, but subsequent rounds of vote counts trended in challenger Alysse Castro's direction and Castro eventually gained the lead. With about 53% of the vote, Castro is the winner.
Oakland Measure C, Library Parcel Tax
Oakland's Measure C library tax also easily passed.