A measure put forward to address the infrastructure of Mount Shasta's parks is behind in the polls with 60.1 percent of voters showing their support.
A measure put forward to address the infrastructure of Mount Shasta’s parks is behind in the polls with 60.1 percent of voters showing their support, according to the final election night results released by the Siskiyou County Clerk’s Office at 11:12 p.m. on Tuesday.
Measure V needs 2/3 voter approval, or 66.6 percent, to pass.
In the District 1 Senate race, it appears that Republicans Brian Dahle and Kevin Kiley may be headed for a runoff in June. The candidates received 28.7 percent and 28.5 percent of the vote, respectively. Democratic candidate Silke Pflueger is not far behind with 25.8 percent of the vote, according to the Secretary of State’s office.
Republican Rex Hime garnered 9.1 percent of the vote and although he dropped out of the race, Steven Baird, a registered Democrat, is currently in fifth place with 5.8 percent. Theodore Dziuba has 2.1 percent of the vote according to the Secretary of State’s results as of 12:04 a.m. Wednesday morning, March 27.
For more information
Here is the link for latest Siskiyou County election information: https://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/clerkregistrar/page/march-26-2019-election-results-here
To see districtwide results for the District 1 Senate race, go to https://vote.sos.ca.gov/special/state-senate/district/1