NBLC’s endorsed candidates and ballot measure were all victorious in the primary. Congratulations to the candidates and Measure B supporters!
Mike McGuire running for State Senate District #2 came in first with almost 60% of the votes. He will face Republican Lawrence Weisner who received 26.9% of the votes in the runoff.
Incumbent Assembly member Marc Levine, District #10, received nearly half of the votes, at 49%. His will face Republican Greg Allen who received 20.5% of the votes in November. The closest Democratic challenger was Diana Conti.
Bill Dodd and his Republican challenger, Gary Schaupp, tied at 25.7% qualifying both to be in the runoff for the Assembly District #2 seat.
Running for termed out Assembly member Wes Chesbro’s seat, Jim Wood received almost 45% of the vote ahead of three others.
In the Supervisors’ races, incumbent Marin County Supervisor Judy Arnold narrowly beat Toni Shroyer with only 140 votes separating the two. Marin Supervisor Susan Adams was unseated by Damon Connolly.
In Sonoma County, Supervisor David Rabbitt easily won re-election with almost double the votes of his contender. The fight for the 4th District seat vacated by Mike McGuire continues to November with James Gore and Deb Fudge squaring off. Fudge topped Gore but led by less than 300 votes.
Measure B, the Marin County Farmers’ Market won handily, allowing a permanent Farmer’s Market to be on the Civic Center property.