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2020 Stockton, California mayoral election

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2020 Stockton mayoral election
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← 2016 March 3, 2020 (primary)
November 3, 2020 (runoff)
2024 →
Turnout42.38% (primary)
75.13% (runoff)
Michael Tubbs (34490285296).jpg
Candidate Kevin Lincoln II Michael Tubbs Bill Smith
Party Republican Democratic Nonpartisan
Popular vote 10,927 (primary)
57,276 (runoff)
21,016 (primary)
44,206 (runoff)
5,679 (primary)
Percentage 20.7% (primary)
56.4% (runoff)
39.9% (primary)
43.6% (runoff)
10.8% (primary)

Candidate Motec P. Sanchez Shoua Lo
Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan
Popular vote 5,523 (primary) 2,773 (primary)
Percentage 10.5% (primary) 5.3% (primary)

Mayor before election

Michael Tubbs

Elected Mayor

Kevin Lincoln II

The 2020 Stockton, California mayoral election took place on March 3, 2020 with a runoff election held on November 3, 2020 to elect the mayor of Stockton, California. Despite a strong performance in the primary, incumbent Democrat Michael Tubbs was defeated by Republican Kevin Lincoln in the general election.

Municipal elections in California are officially nonpartisan; candidates' party affiliations do not appear on the ballot.



  • Shelly Hollis, business owner and filmmaker.[1]
  • Andrew Lee Johnson, business owner.[1]
  • Kevin Lincoln II, candidate for State Assembly in 2016.[2] (Party preference: Republican)
  • Shoua Lo, environmentalist and chemical engineer.[3]
  • Motec Patrick Sanchez, community advocate and USMC veteran.[4]
  • Bill Smith, project manager.[5]
  • Michael Tubbs, incumbent mayor and former city council member.[2] (Party preference: Democratic)
  • Ralph Lee White, former city council member and candidate for mayor in 2012.[6]


First round

2020 Stockton mayoral election[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Michael Tubbs (incumbent) 21,016 39.90%
Nonpartisan Kevin Lincoln II 10,927 20.74%
Nonpartisan Bill Smith 5,679 10.78%
Nonpartisan Motec Patrick Sanchez 5,523 10.49%
Nonpartisan Shoua Lo 2,773 5.26%
Nonpartisan Ralph Lee White 2,179 4.14%
Nonpartisan Shelly Hollis 1,698 3.22%
Nonpartisan Andrew Lee Johnson 674 1.28%
Total votes 52,674 100.00%


2020 Stockton mayoral runoff election[8]
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Kevin Lincoln II 57,276 56.44%
Nonpartisan Michael Tubbs (incumbent) 44,206 43.56%
Total votes 101,482 100.00%


  1. ^ a b Dickman, Cassie (March 4, 2020). "Tubbs and Lincoln to face off in general election for Stockton mayor".
  2. ^ a b Ibarra, Rich (October 26, 2020). "Stockton Mayor Micheal Tubbs Faces Political Newcomer Kevin Lincoln In Runoff".
  3. ^ "Primary answers: Shoua Lo, Mayor of Stockton". March 1, 2020.
  4. ^ "Primary answers: Motec Patrick Sanchez, mayor of Stockton". February 25, 2020.
  5. ^ "Primary answers: Bill Smith, mayor of Stockton". February 25, 2020.
  6. ^ Phillips, Roger (June 4, 2019). "Ralph Lee White, who is planning town hall on violence, says he's running for mayor".
  7. ^ "Statement of Votes Cast". San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors. April 5, 2020.
  8. ^ "Final Official Results Cumulative Report". County of San Joaquin. December 3, 2020.
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