Full 2014 Kern County Primary Election Results - Brown, Kashkari moving on

Results of the June 3 California Primary

DATA | Vote totals and percentages in Kern County and statewide


Democrat Jerry Brown will face Republican Neel Kashkari in November. Brown racked up 1.7 million votes statewide, 18,334 in Kern County. Kashkari picked up 600,000 statewide, and 12,755 in Kern County.

Brown is seeking his unprecedented fourth term as Governor.

Tim Donnelly came in third statewide. He and the other 12 candidates have been eliminated from the race. Donnelly came in second in Kern County with 14,462 votes.

California Superintendent of Schools

Tom Torlakson needed 50 percent plus one vote to avoid a battle in November. He won 47 percent, so he will be facing off with second place finisher Marshall Tuck.

21st Congressional District

Republican David Valadao cruised to victory in the race that some Democrats believed was up for grabs. He will face Amanda Renteria.

23rd Congressional District

Congressman Kevin McCarthy is heading back to Washington after no challenger stepped forward for the seat in House.

14th California Senate

Andy Vidak will square off with Democratic challenger Luis Chavez. They were the only two candidates on the ballot.

16th California Senate

Republican Jean Fuller won her election as the only candidate running.

32nd California Assembly

Incumbent Rudy Salas will face Republican challenger Pedro Rios in November. Salas finished with 43 percent of the vote, with Rios coming in second with 35 percent.

34th California Assembly

Incumbent Shannon Grove will face Democratic challenger Virginia Goodman in the state Assembly race.

Kern County Assessor

City Councilman Russell Johnson and Assessor's office appraiser Jon Lifquist will battle it out in November. Lifquist won 44 percent of the vote and Johnson won 40 percent. Lupe Esquivas finished third with 16 percent.

Prop 41

Passed -- A $600 million bond that would help provide affordable housing to veterans.

Prop 42

Passed -- Requiring local governments to comply with the Public Records Act without reimbursement by the state.

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