The Final Tally 

Here are the election results as of November 12 for the 2012 East Bay races that we've been following.

Oakland

City Council At-Large (Ranked-choice voting) Rebecca Kaplan: 71,038 (61.15%) Ignacio De La Fuente: 45,133 (38.85%)

City Attorney Barbara Parker: 79,825 (68.52%) Jane Brunner: 36,218 (31.09%)

Council District 1 (RCV) Dan Kalb: 11,378 (51.97%) Amy Lemley: 10,574 (48.03%)

Council District 3 (RCV) Lynette Gibson-McElhaney: 8,243 (53.33%) Sean Sullivan: 7,215 (46.67%)

Council District 5 (RCV) Noel Gallo: 5,098 (55.35%) Mario Juarez: 4,113 (44.65%)

Council District 7 Larry Reid: 7,686 (58.90%) Sheryl Walton: 4,074 (31.22%)

School Board District 1 Jody London: 18,716 (76.33%) Thearse Pecot: 5,602 (23.35%)

School Board District 3 (RCV) Jumoke Hinton Hodge: 10,348 (61.26%) Richard Fuentes: 6,545 (38.74%)

School Board District 5 Rosie Torres: 5,273 (54.70%) Mike Hutchinson: 4,329 (44.91%)

School Board District 7 James Harris: 6,874 (56.69%) Alice Spearman: 5,182 (42.73%)

Measure J (Needed 55%) Yes: 110,908 (83.80%) No: 21,434 (16.20%)

Berkeley

Mayor Tom Bates: 26,912 (54.89%) Kriss Worthington: 10,601 (21.62%) Jacquelyn McCormick: 5,640 (11.50%)

Council District 2 Darryl Moore: 3,166 (59.28%) Denisha DeLane: 1,493 (27.95%)

Council District 3 Max Anderson: 2,946 (61.35%) Dmitri Belser: 1,843 (38.38%)

Council District 5 Laurie Capitelli: 4,170 (54.59%) Sophie Hahn: 3,453 (45.20%)

Measure M (Needed 66.67%) Yes: 35,409 (72.98%) No: 13,113 (27.02%)

Measure N (Needed 66.67%) Yes: 29,620 (62.23%) No: 17,976 (37.77%)

Measure O (Needed 66.67%) Yes: 28,228 (59.87%) No: 18,924 (40.13%)

Measure R Yes: 29,835 (65.83%) No: 15,486 (34.17%)

Measure S Yes: 24,170 (48.31%) No: 25,857 (51.69%)

Measure T* Yes: 23,256 (49.50%) No: 23,728 (50.50%)

Measure U Yes: 9,665 (22.74%) No: 32,801 (77.26%)

Measure V Yes: 15,992 (37.96%) No: 26,132 (62.04%)

Alameda

City Council (Top 3 win) Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft: 11,762 (25.13%) Tony Daysog: 8,396 (17.94%) Stewart Chen: 8,178 (17.47%) Jeff Cambra: 7,315 (15.63%) Jane Sullwold: 5,947 (12.70%)

Measure D Yes: 22,297 (79.34%) No: 5,807 (20.66%)

Albany

City Council (Top 3 win)* Peggy Thomsen: 3,976 (22.04%) Peter Maass: 3,094 (17.15%) Michael Barnes: 2,904 (16.10%) Nick Pilch: 2,851 (15.80%) Tod Abbott: 2,489 (13.80%)

San Leandro

City Council District 2 (RCV)* Ursula Reed: 11,060 (50.93%) Morgan Mack-Rose: 10,654 (49.07%)

District 4 (RCV) Benny Lee: 11,778 (60.99%) Chris Crow: 7,534 (39.01%)

District 6 Jim Prola: 11,887 (55.58%) Hermy Almonte: 9,400 (43.95%)

Alameda County

Board of Supervisors District 2 Richard Valle: 27,684 (36.48%) Mark Green: 23,135 (30.48%) Mary Hayashi: 18,231 (24.02%)

Measure A1 (Needed 66.67%) Yes: 316,752 (62.31%) No: 191,582 (37.69%)

Measure B1 (Needed 66.67%)* Yes: 326,276 (65.83%) No: 169,334 (34.17%)

Peralta Community Colleges

Trustee Area 2 Meredith Elayne Brown: 8,357 (41.47%) Jurena Storm: 7,726 (38.33%)

Richmond

City Council (Top 3 win)* Nat Bates: 10,972 (17.91%) Tom Butt: 9,576 (15.63%) Gregory Bell: 9,297 (15.17%) Eduardo Martinez: 8,669 (14.15%) Marilyn Langlois: 6,883 (11.23%)

Measure N Yes: 8,397 (33.09%) No: 16,983 (66.91%)

Assembly

15th District Nancy Skinner: 146,244 (86.9%) Eugene Ruyle: 22,080 (13.1%)

16th District Joan Buchanan: 109,727 (58.8%) Al Phillips: 76,984 (41.2%)

18th District Rob Bonta: 70,745 (51.1%) Abel Guillen: 67,716 (48.9%)

20th District* Bill Quirk: 64,027 (50.6%) Jennifer Ong: 62,465 (49.4%)

Senate

7th District Mark Desaulnier: 191,347 (60.6%) Mark Meuser: 124,148 (39.4%)

9th District Loni Hancock: 270,946 (85.9%) Mary Catherine McIlroy: 44,438 (14.1%)

AC Transit

At-Large Chris Peeples: 222,627 (62.2%) Dollene Jones: 138,331 (38.0%)

Ward 1 Joel Wallace: 36,370 (54.1%) Yelda Bartlett: 30,515 (45.4%)

BART

District 3 Rebecca Saltzman: 65,756 (53.0%) Anthony Pegram: 38,751 (31.2%)

District 7* Zakhary Mallett: 31,264 (35.6%) Lynette Sweet: 28,495 (32.1%)

State Propositions

Prop 30 Yes: 54.1% No: 45.9%

Prop 31 Yes: 39.3% No: 60.7%

Prop 32 Yes: 43.8% No: 56.2%

Prop 33 Yes: 45.4% No: 54.6%

Prop 34 Yes: 47.3% No: 52.7%

Prop 35 Yes: 81.12% No: 18.8%

Prop 36 Yes: 68.7% No: 31.3%

Prop 37 Yes: 47.1% No: 52.9%

Prop 38 Yes: 27.7% No: 72.3%

Prop 39 Yes: 60.3% No: 39.7%

Prop 40 Yes: 71.9% No: 28.1%

Congress

11th District George Miller: 161,611 (69.2%) Virginia Fuller: 71,934 (30.8%)

13th District Barbara Lee: 231,528 (86.5%) Marilyn Singleton: 36,057 (13.5%)

15th District Eric Swalwell: 113,889 (52.4%)Pete Stark: 103,489 (47.6%)

* Too close to call.

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