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Winners called in some local elections

The county registrars office has called several of the local races.

Click here for live updates on our local elections

State Assembly 42nd District

With 284 PF 397 (72%) of precincts reporting Incumbent Chad Mayes leads with 26,409 votes. Republican Andrew F. Kotyuk trails with 26,204 votes. Democrat DeniAntionette Mazingo comes in third with 22,941 votes.

The top two in this race will move on to the general election in November.

Special Report: Meet the 42nd District State Assembly candidates

28th District State Senate

The race for the vacated 28th District State Senate seat sees Republican Melissa Melendez leading with 59,073 votes with 402 of 402 (100%) precincts reporting. Democrats Joy Silver and Elizabeth Romero are neck and neck for second place. Romero comes in at 29,309 votes, Silver has 27,810 votes.

Republican John Schwab is in fourth place with 18,132 votes. Democrat Anna Nevenic is in fifth with 3,926 votes.

NOTE: If any of the candidates gets 50% plus one of the vote that person will be the winner. If not, the top two vote-getters will face each other in a run-off on May 12.

Special Report: 28th State Senate candidates speak on the big issues

36th Congressional District

Incumbent Dr. Raul Ruiz (D) is in first place in the race for the 36th Congressional District. With 299 of 299 (100%) of precincts reporting, Ruiz has 59,560 votes. Erin Cruz (R) is in second with 23,666. Milo Stevanovich (R) remains in third with 11,647 votes and Patrice Kimbler (R) has 8,362 votes.

The top two vote-getters will move on to the November general election.

State Assembly 56th District

Incumbent Eduardo Garcia (D) leads the race with 26,131 votes. Challenger America Figueroa (R) trails with 16,630 votes. 330 of 393 (84%) of the precincts have reported so far.

Since this race is a primary, and with only two people running, both Garcia and Figueroa will move on to the November general election.

Measure G- Coachella Valley USD Oversight Committee Annual Independent Audits Assure Proper Expenditure Of Funds

  • Yes - 2,748 votes
  • No - 2,676votes
    Precincts Reported: 33 of 33 (100%)

Measure G needs a 55% super-majority to pass.

News Channel 3 took a look at Measure G and how some locals feel about it

Measure I-City of Indian Wells Rotating Appointment of Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore requiring one year of council service

  • Yes - 879 
  • No - 488
    Precincts Reported: 2 of 2 (100%)

Measure J- City of Indian Wells Municipal Code 2.08.045 establish a two-year lifetime limit on City Council Service

  • Yes - 860
  • No - 521
    Precincts Reported: 2 of 2 (100%)

NOTE: Both measures in Indian Wells need a simple majority, 50% plus one, to pass.

Prop13- Education Finance: School Facilities: Public Preschool, K-12, And College Health And Safety Bond Act Of 2020

  • Yes - 2,705,923
  • No - 2,082,627
    Precincts Reported: 16,467 of 20,346 (81%)

Tune in to News Channel 3 at 5 and 6 a.m. for the latest on results.

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