California Mid-Term elections unofficial results
United States Senator:
United States House of Representatives
33rd Congressional District:
55th Congressional District:
35th Congressional District:
At press time, this race was too close to call.
Secretary of State:
State Senator 26th District:
Curren D. Price Jr.
State Assembly 47th District:
Holly J. Mitchell
State Assembly 48th District:
State Assembly 51st District:
State Assembly 52nd District:
Board of Equalization #4:
No (Legalize Marijuana)
Yes (Redistricting for federal office given to citizen commission)
No ($18 annual vehicle surcharge to help parks)
Yes (Prohibits borrowing state transportation funds)
No (Suspends implementation of clean-air law)
No (Repeals legislation that would allow businesses to reduce tax liability)
Yes (Requires simple majority to pass budget)
Yes (Certain State and local fees must be approved by 2/3 vote)
No (Eliminates citizen state redistricting committee gives duties back to politicians)
Antelope Valley Election
State Assembly 36th District:
Steve Cooley and Kamala Harris remain virtually neck-and-neck in the vote count for the Attorney General’s race, and as of Nov. 17 Harris had edged past Cooley with 46 percent of ballots cast versus 45.67 percent.
According to the Secretary of State’s (SOS) office, the counties are still completing their official canvas of votes and do not have to report totals until 31 calendar days after the election.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.,—The race for attorney general between Kamala Harris and incumbent Steve Cooley has left everyone on the edge of their seats, watching and waiting for the official results to come in. As of Wednesday, Nov. 10, Harris is behind but only by a fraction: Harris 45.8 percent; Cooley 45.9 percent.
As the rest of the numbers slowly trickle in and the numbers are obviously very close, the chance of vouching for a recount becomes greater and greater.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—District Attorney Steve Cooley held a narrow lead today as elections officials continued tallying votes in the race for state attorney general.
When polls closed last Tuesday and initial votes were counted, Cooley found himself trailing San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris by nearly 15,000 votes. But with thousands of provisional and questioned ballots remaining to be counted, the race was too close to call.
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—The Democratic candidate for state attorney general, Kamala Harris, said she will announce legal action against a group that is airing a negative ad against her in her race with Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley.
According to her campaign, an out-of-state group calling itself The Republican State Leadership Association funded the ad, which criticizes Harris for her opposition to the death penalty and a decision she made as district attorney not to seek capital punishment against a man who killed a San Francisco police officer.
With 100 percent of precincts reporting, low voter turn out and a new primary system in place, the semi-official results from Tuesday’s election will find a number of contenders facing one another again in a much pared down race in November.
For example, in the Los Angeles County District attorney’s race Jackie Lacey, should she beat opponent Alan Jackson, is poised to become the first woman and African American to head the office since it was established in 1850.