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Fresno County, CA March 3, 2020 Election
Member, Democratic Party County Central Committee; County of Fresno; Supervisorial District 2 Voter Information

4 Year Term.

This contest will only appear on Democratic party ballots.

Results as of Apr 2 11:28am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (53/53)
40.85% Voter Turnout (15,097/36,954)
Candidates (Vote for 6)

Ruben Zarate 7,608 votes 11.98%

  • Occupation: Labor Relations Representative
Emily Cameron 5,990 votes 9.43%
  • Occupation: Journalist
Gail A. Gaston 5,123 votes 8.07%
  • Occupation: Business Owner
Jon Bath 5,063 votes 7.97%
  • Occupation: Teacher
Alex Ramos-O'Casey 5,048 votes 7.95%
  • Occupation: Community Organizer
Marsha Conant 5,022 votes 7.91%
  • Occupation: Retired Business Owner
Michael D. Evans 4,472 votes 7.04%
  • Occupation: Editor
David Alan Yengoyan 4,421 votes 6.96%
  • Occupation: Attorney/Father
Susan Diane Silveira 4,219 votes 6.64%
  • Occupation: Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney
James Dockery 3,832 votes 6.04%
  • Occupation: Attorney
Thomas J. Hernandez 3,754 votes 5.91%
  • Occupation: Retired Telco Manager
Mickey Chacon 3,710 votes 5.84%
  • Occupation: University Student Assistant
Ricardo "Rico" Franco 3,606 votes 5.68%
  • Occupation: Technology Consultant
Lowell Young 1,627 votes 2.56%
  • Occupation: Retired Business Owner

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