Live Election Results: 15th Congressional District

Patch will have up-to-the-minute election results for the 15th Congressional District.

Updated with unofficial results from 439 of 439 precincts reporting. Check back for updates as precincts report in results.

Voters in the newly formed 15th Congressional District will vote for one of three congressional candidates on Tuesday, with the top two moving on to the general election in November.

The top two can come from any political party, so Rep. Pete Stark and Eric Swalwell — both Democrats – could go head-to-head in November.

The district includes San Ramon, Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore, Castro Valley and Union City.

Check throughout the night for updated results and reaction.

CA-15 Primary Results

Total Votes Percentage Rep. Pete Stark, Democrat 25,239 42.86 Eric Swalwell, Democrat 20,765 35.26

Chris Pareja, No Party Affiliation

12,651 21.48 Unofficial results from the Alameda County website.
Loren June 06, 2012 at 03:30 AM
Stark? really? my sister sees him more in maryland (where she lives) then I see him in the Bay Area. My sister told me he moved to maryland at least 34 years ago. how can he run here?
Camaro on Cinderblocks June 06, 2012 at 04:08 AM
Why would anyone vote for someone that doesn't live here is a better question. Robots
Lisa Duluth June 06, 2012 at 04:11 AM
Seriously? Stark? The guy who thought that Solyndra makes electric cars and wishes his car allowance paid out more so that he could buy one? The crazy old guy ? Geeze....no wonder this state is in so much trouble.
Marcia Parker June 06, 2012 at 06:19 AM
Wish this important local election had brought out more voters.
Joe Granada June 06, 2012 at 11:23 AM
It looks like the above results are final, so the November election will be between Stark and Swalwell. 43 percent is an awfully weak showing for an incumbent--the race will be Swalwell's to lose.


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