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Palo Alto 2012 Election Results

City Council, School Board and county Measures A, B, and C.


Four candidates were elected to Palo Alto’s nine member City Council -- Kniss, Schmid, Burt and Berman.

39 of 39 Precincts Reporting   Votes Percentage Palo Alto City Council Greg Schmid* 9,327 19.30% Pat Burt* 8,996 18.62% Timothy Gray 5,130 10.62% Marc Berman 8,956 18.54% Liz Kniss 11,888 24.60% Mark Weiss 4,019  8.32% *indicates incumbent

Palo Alto voters have elected three of the five members of the Palo Alto Unified School District Board in this election--Townsend, Caswell and Emberling.

45 of 45 Precincts Reporting Votes Percentage Palo Alto Unified School District Board Camille Townsend* 12,249 26.33% Melissa Baten Caswell* 12,827 27.57% Ken Dauber 10,266 22.07% Heidi Emberling 11,182 24.03% *indicates incumbent

Measure A - county sales tax increase passed.

Measure B - Santa Clara Valley Water District property tax passed.

Measure C - Palo Alto pot dispensaries was soundly defeated.

View election results for Santa Clara County Measures here.

The battle over proposed tax increases to fund California schools has been passionate.

View election results for State Propositions here.

State Legislature
View the Gordon/Yang election results here.

View the Hill/Lieber election results here.

Santa Clara County
View SCCOE Board results here.

View El Camino Hospital Board results here.


View Foothill-DeAnza Community College District results here

Congress
View the Eshoo/Chapman results here.


View the U.S. Senate election results here.


President of the United States election results

 

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Mark Weiss November 06, 2012 at 06:53 PM
I am running as a recumbent meaning I took a laid-back approach to campaigning...

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