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Election Day Brings Tight Races, Upsets

If last night’s elections were anything, they were close. Democrats took control of the house for the first time in 12 years, and statewide races went down to the wire.

Here are the results:

For more results, click here.

 
Governor

 Phil Angelides (Dem)                                         39%

 Arnold Schwarzenegger (Rep)                         55%

 
Lt. Governor
John Garamendi (Dem)                                     49 %
Tom McClintock (Rep)                                        44. %
 
Secretary of State
Debra Bowen (Dem)                                          48 % 
Bruce McPherson (Rep)                                    44 %
 
State Controller

John Chiang (Dem)                                           50 %

Tony Strickland (Rep)                                        40 %

 
State Treasurer
Bill Lockyer (Dem)                                              54 %
Claude Parrish (Rep)                                        37 %
 
Attorney General
Jerry Brown (Dem)                                             56 %
Chuck Poochigian (Rep)                                  37 %
 
Insurance Commissioner
Cruz Bustamante (Dem)                                   38 %
Steve Poizner (Rep)                                           50 %
 

U.S. Senate

Dianne Feinstein (Dem)                                    59 %
Richard "Dick" Mountjoy (Rep)                         34%
 
House of Representatives 25th District

Roberto Rodriguez (Dem)                                35 %

Howard P. "Buck" Mckeon (Rep)                     59 %
 

State Assembly  District 38

 Lyn Shaw (Dem)                                              38%

Cameron Smyth (Rep)                                    55 %

Propositions

                                                                     YES                 NO

1A  Trans. Fund Protect                       76%              23%

1B  Hwy/Air/Port Bond                          61%              38%

1C  Housing Shelter Fund                  57%              42%

1D  School Facility Bond                     56%               43%

1E  Disaster/Flood Bond                     64%              36%

83  Sex Offender Reform                     70%             29%

84  Water/Flood/Park                            53%             46%

85  Parental Notification                       45%             54%

86  Cigarette Tax                                   47%             52%

87  Energy/Oil Tax                                 45%             54%

88  Education. Fund/Prop. Tax           23%              76%

89  Campaign Public Fund                 25%              74%

90  Eminent Domain                            47%              52%

Measure M                                            62%            37%

For Current results on Measure M, click here.

Jon Dell
KHTS AM 1220 News
11-8-06

Election Day Brings Tight Races, Upsets

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