Here are the unofficial Kern County election results as of 8 a.m. Wednesday morning.
21st Congressional District
Incumbent David Valadao defeated Democratic challenger TJ Cox. Valadao had 53.7 percent of the vote, while Cox had 46.3 percent.
23rd Congressional District
Incumbent Kevin McCarthy defeated Democratic challenger Tatiana Matta. McCarthy had 66.5 percent of the vote, while Matta had 33.5 percent.
State Senate District 14
Democrat Melissa Hurtado beat Republican incumbent Andy Vidak for the District 14 State Senate seat. Hurtago had 52.1 percent of the vote, while Vidak had 47.9 percent.
State Senate District 16
Former assemblywoman Shannon Grove defeated Democratic challenger Ruth Musser-Lopez. Grove had 66.9 percent of the vote, while Musser-Lopez had 33.1 percent.
State Assembly District 32
Incumbent Rudy Salas defeated Republican challenger Justin Mendes. Sala had 52.5 percent of the vote, while Mendez had 47.5 percent.
State Assembly District 34
Incumbent Vince Fong defeated Democratic challenger Nick Nicita. Fong had 73 percent of the vote, while Nicita had 27 percent.
Kern High School District Area 1 Board Member
Retired educator Cynthia Brakeman defeated incumbent Mike Williams. Brakeman had 52.8 percent of the vote, while Williams had 47.2 percent.
Kern High School District Area 4 Board Member
Janice Graves defeated her challengers, Jenifer Pitcher and Bryan Colebrook. Graves had 46.21 percent, while Pitcher had 27.65 percent and Colebrook had 26.14 percent.
Kern County Supervisor District 2
Incumbent Zack Scrivner defeated challengers, Whitney Wedell, Dalmas Bunn and Michael Biglay. Scrivner had 43.8 percent of the vote.
Kern County Supervisor District 3
Incumbent Mike Maggard defeated challenger Jeff Heinle. Maggard had 54.69 percent of the vote.
Kern County Supervisor District 4
Incumbent David Couch defeated challengers Grace Vallejo and Jose Gonzalez. Couch had 47.64 percent of the vote.
City of Delano Councilmember
Bryan Osorio-Trujillo defeated challengers Liz Morris, Noel Ayon and Ruben Hill. Osorio-Trujillo had 31.28 percent of the vote.
Kern Community College #1 Board Member
Kyle Carter had the most votes, totalling 15, 321. Carter had 31.42 percent of the vote, while challengers Nan Gomez-Heitzeberg had 23.25 percent, Lorenzo Alvarez had 20.34 percent, Karen Dewalt had 17.2 percent and Jerry Melson had 7.78 percent.
Kern Community College #2 Board Member
Jack Connell defeated challenger James H. Hineline III. Connell had 71.72 percent of the vote, while Hineline III had 28.28 percent.