|Voter Information Guide|
|City of Davis Guide|
|Yolo (and Davis), Offical|
|2012 City Council Elections|
|Preceded by: 2010 City Council Election|
|Followed by: November 2012 Presidential Election|
Official results here from the Yolo County Elections Division are in.
Early returns suggested DW would win easily — and indeed he did, taking first place in every single precinct. With 19.4% counted at 10:49 PM on the evening of the 6th, LF was next, followed by BL. SS and SG were and neck. But other than DW who seemed a shoe-in (no surprise there) Davis went to bed with the election up in the air. Looked like Measure D and Prop 28 would both win easily.
|29.0% with 10,212 votes|
|Lucas H. Frerichs|
|19.4% with 6,850 votes|
|18.0% with 6,355 votes|
|17.2% with 6,074 votes|
|16.3% with 5,736 votes|
Since Dan Wolk garnered the most votes, he will be our next mayor (beginning in 2014).
Voter turnout was 12,645 of 33,355 Registered Voters (37.9%). It was lower than the turnout for the March 2012's Measure C, which is a little surprising. On the one hand, Measure C was a mail-in only ballot, but on the other hand, Davisites usually turn out for City Council elections (not to mention the other important issues on the ballot).
These are endorsements from newspapers that cover Davis, major Davis organizations, elected officials who currently represent Davis, and a tally of volunteers who currently serve on Davis commissions.
Stephen Souza lists endorsements from 30 current members of Davis city commissions; Dan Wolk lists 28 such endorsements; and Lucas Frerichs lists 19 such endorsements. Brett Lee has not broken out endorsements from city commissioners, but he has at least 2 such endorsements. Sue Greenwald has not yet listed endorsements on her campaign site, but her campaign materials list several commissioners.
Also on the Ballot
- 2012 City Council Election/Judge of the Superior Court, Dept No. 15 — Yolo County Superior Court Judge
- Superintendent of Public Instruction
- Primaries for any statewide offices ?
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- Proposition 28 — Limits on Legislators' Terms in Office.
- Proposition 29 — Imposes Additional Tax on Cigarettes for Cancer Research.
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