Complete unofficial election results for San Mateo County

MEASURE I-BELMONT
16 of 16 precincts reporting
YES 4767
NO 3886

MEASURE J-EAST PALO ALTO
14 of 14 precincts reporting
YES 2606
NO 673

MEASURE K-SAN MATEO COUNTY
468 of 468 precincts reporting
YES 131861
NO 56888

MEASURE L-SAN MATEO
53 of 53 precincts reporting
YES 15256
NO 10045

MEASURE M-BURLINGAME ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT
20 of 20 precincts reporting
YES 6847
NO 2507

MEASURE N-PACIFICA
28 of 28 precincts reporting
YES 6788
NO 5871

MEASURE O-EAST PALO ALTO
14 of 14 precincts reporting
YES 2534
NO 761

MEASURE P-EAST PALO ALTO
14 of 14 precincts reporting
YES 2821
NO 522

MEASURE Q-SAN MATEO
53 of 53 precincts reporting
YES 10460
NO 16317

MEASURE R-BURLINGAME
13 of 13 precincts reporting
YES 2988
NO 6188

MEASURE S-BAYSHORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT
2 of 2 precincts reporting
YES 605
NO 131

MEASURE T-JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT
24 of 34 precincts reporting
YES 8825
NO 3108

MEASURE U-REDWOOD CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
61 of 83 precincts reporting
YES 16050
NO 4521

MEASURE V-DALY CITY
20 of 33 precincts reporting
YES 6493
NO 7516

MEASURE W-PACIFICA
23 of 28 precincts reporting
YES 3664
NO 7926

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