U.S. Congress District 33
Democratic Karen Bass – 85.3%
Republican James L. Andion – 50.9%

U.S. Congress District 35
Democratic Maxine Waters – 100%
Republican K. Bruce Brown – 100%

U.S Congress District 37
Democratic Laura Richardson – 67.7%
Republican Star Parker – 100%

Governor
Democratic Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown – 84.1 %
Republican Meg Whitman – 64.2 %

Lieutenant Governor
Democratic Gavin Newsom – 54.7 %
Republican Abel Maldonado – 43.2 %

Secretary of State
Democratic Debra Bowen – 100 %
Republican Damon Dunn – 74.3 %

Controller
Democratic John Chiang -100 %
Republican Tony Strickland – 59.8 %

Treasurer
Democratic Bill Lockyer – 100 %
Republican Mimi Walters – 100 %

Attorney General
Democratic Kamala D. Harris – 33.1 %
Republican Steve Cooley – 47.3 %

Insurance Commissioner
Democratic Dave Jones – 61.2 %
Republican Brian Fitzgerald – 50.4 %

Superintendent of Public Instruction
Non-partisan Larry Aceves – 18.8 %

U.S Senate
Democratic Barbara Boxer – 80.5 %
Republican Carly Fiorina – 56.5 %
Board of Equalization District 2
Democratic Chris Parker – 48.6 %
Republican George Runner – 35.7 %

Board of Equalization District 3
Democratic Mary Heising – 100 %
Republican Candidate Michelle Steel – 67.6 %

Board of Equalization District 4
Democratic Jerome E. Horton – 100 %

Result of the State Ballot Measures
Prop 13 Property Taxes and Seismic Retrofit of Buildings – Yes – 84.5 %
Prop 14 Primary Election Participation – Yes – 54.2 %
Prop 15 California Fair Elections Act – No – 57.5 %
Prop 16 Local Electricity Providers – No – 52.5 %
Prop 17 Auto Insurance Pricing – No – 52.1 %

The Inglewood Mayor Election
Daniel K. Tabor 26.3 %
James Butts 23.7 %
Judy Dunlap 17.7 %
Wanda Brown 16.2 %
Ralph Franklin 9.41 %
Lorraine Johnson 2.78 %
Juan Minniefield 2.19 %
J. B. Redeemer 0.92 %
J. Shillingford 0.61 %
There were 49,148 registered voters on July but only 10,020 went to the polls. The two top vote-getters will face one another in run-off election Aug. 17.
Measure CS withdrawal of specified positions from Civil Service
No 3,134
Yes 2,995

Los Angeles Unified School District
Special Measure E -Yes – 52.9 %

State Senate District 26
Democratic Curren D. Price – 100%
Republican Nachum Shifren – 100%

State Assembly District 47
Democratic Holly Mitchell – 43.7%
Republican Lady Cage – 100%

State Assembly District 51
Democratic Steven Bradford -100%
Green Cynthia Santiago – 100%

State Assembly District 52
Democratic Isadore Hall – 100%
Republican Gwen Patrick – 100%

State Assembly District 55
Democratic Warren Furutani – 100%
Republican Christopher Salabaj – 100%