Yuen Ho of Chino Hills casts her ballot

Yuen Ho of Chino Hills casts her ballot for the Nov. 3 election during the City of Chino Hills drive-through ballot dropoff event last month at city hall sponsored by the clerk's office.  San Bernardino County reported a 66.89 percent voter turnout as of Thursday.

Current vote totals as of 4 p.m. Thursday. Final results will not be certified by county-state officials until early next month.

Chino Valley Unified School District (3 seats)

James Na, 29,926 (20.05%)

Don Bridge 25,832 (17.31%)

Andrew Cruz 25,408 (17.03%)

Havaughnia Hayes-White 18,414 (12.34%)

Sylvia Cervantes-Orozco 17,780 (11.91%)

Jody Moore 13,563 (9.09%)

Tony L. Flores 12,047 (8.07%)

Vincent A. Colleta 6,261 (4.20%)

City of Chino, Mayor

Eunice Ulloa 22,632 (77.41%)

Christopher Edward Hutchinson 6,066 (22.59%)

City of Chino, District 1

Christopher Flores 2,925 (53.16%)

Paul Rodriguez 2,577 (46.84%)

City of Chino, District 4

Karen Comstock 4,463 (55.04%)

Brandy Jones 1,587 (19.57%)

Erskine S. Dunson 1,085 (13.38%)

Anthony M. Honore 973 (12.00%)

City of Chino Hills, District 3

Art Bennett 3,759 (59.79%)

James W. Gallagher 1,558 (24.78%)

Sabir St Taqi 614 (9.77%)

Tyler Francis Shields 356 (5.66%)

City of Chino Hills, District 5

Cynthia Moran (unopposed) 5,817 (100.00%

Chino Valley Fire District (3 seats)

John DeMonaco 37,428 (31.07%)

Sarah Ramos-Evinger 36,638 (30.41%)

Harvey Luth 36,633 (30.41%)

Juan-Carlos Parra 9,769 (8.11%)

County of San Bernardino Member,

Board of Education Area C

Laura Abernathy Mancha 54.521 (42.34%)

Jessica Marie Camacho 38,750 (30.09%)

Roman Gabriel Nava 35,503 (27.57%)

U.S. House of Representative District 35 

Norma Torres 134,349 (69.1%)

Mike Cargile 59.948 (30.9%)

U.S. House of Representatives District 39

Young Kim 168,858 (50.6%)

Gil Cisneros 164,813 (49.4%)

State Senate District 29

Josh Newman 208,886 (51.3%)

Ling Ling Chang 198,336 (48.7%)

State Assembly District 52

Freddie Rodriguez 91,729 (68.3%)

Toni Holle 42.494 (31.7%)

State Assembly District 55

Phillip Chen 120,857 (55.0%)

Andrew E. Rodriguez 98,820 (45.0%)

San Bernardino County Measure J

Supervisors would receive pay at 80 percent of the Superior Court judges salary and limiting them to three terms. 

Yes: 326,262 (50.14%)

No: 324,451 (49.86)

San Bernardino County Measure K

Supervisors would receive compensation (pay and benefits combined) of $60,000 and be able to serve only one term. 

Yes: 450,032 (66.91%)

No: 222,547 (33.09%)

State Propositions

Prop 14 (Bonds to continue stem cell research)

Yes: 7,946,588 (51.0%)

No: 7,623,255 (49.0%)

Prop 15 (Property tax to fund schools, government services)

No: 8,217,352 (51.9%)

Yes: 7,618,635 (48.1%)

Prop 16 (Affirmative action in government decisions)

No: 8,888,891 (56.9%)

Yes: 6,742,485 (43.1%)

Prop 17 (Restores the right to vote after prison term)

Yes: 9,274815 (58.7%)

No: 6,518,513 (41.3%)

Prop 18 (17-year-old primary voting rights)

No: 8,825,619 (55.8%)

Yes: 7,001,740 (44.2%)

Prop 19 (Changes certain property tax rules)

Yes: 7,911,440 (51.1%

No: 7,574762 (48.9%)

Prop 20 (Parole restrictions for certain offense)

No: 9,569634 (62.0%)

Yes: 5,877,055 (38.0%)

Prop 21 (Expands government’s authority to rent control)

No: 9,335,166 (59.8%)

Yes: 6,286,328 (40.2%)

Prop 22 (App-based drivers and employee benefits)

Yes: 9,205,989 (58.5%)

No: 6,522,757 (41.5%)

Prop 23 (State requirements for kidney dialysis clinics)

No: 9.928,573 (63.6%)

Yes: 5,673,403 (36.4%)

Prop 24 (Amends consumer privacy laws)

Yes: 8,670,149 (56.1%)

No: 6,792,156 (43.9%)

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