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FINAL CALIFORNIA ELECTION RETURNS

President

March 09, 2000

Returns in the "How California Voted" columns represent vote totals from the entire state.

Returns in the "How Los Angeles County Voted" columns represent vote totals from Los Angeles County only.

How California Voted

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Democrat

Al Gore: 2,369,332 (80%)

Bill Bradley: 579,303 (20%)

Lyndon LaRouche: 17,756 (1%)

Republican

George W. Bush: 1,940,201 (52%)

John McCain: 1,599,318 (43%)

Alan Keyes: 151,961 (4%)

Steve Forbes: 12,838 (0%)

Gary Bauer: 9,299 (0%)

Orrin Hatch: 8,273 (0%)

Green

Ralph Nader: 101,165 (94%)

Joel Kovel: 6,031 (6%)

American Independent

Howard Phillips: 8,161 (100%)

Libertarian

Harry Browne: 18,647 (62%)

Kip Lee: 3,552 (12%)

L. Neil Smith: 2,869 (10%)

Larry Hines: 2,718 (9%)

Dave Lynn Hollist: 2,285 (8%)

Natural Law

John Hagelin: 5,298 (100%)

Reform

Donald J. Trump: 13,673 (44%)

George D. Weber: 8,535 (28%)

Robert Bowman: 4,315 (14%)

John D. Anderson: 2,794 (9%)

Charles Collins: 1,620 (5%)

How L. A. County Voted

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Democrat

Al Gore: 707,164 (84%)

Bill Bradley: 126,856 (15%)

Lyndon LaRouche: 5,872 (1%)

Republican

George W. Bush: 358,427 (52%)

John McCain: 299,114 (43%)

Alan Keyes: 27,485 (4%)

Gary Bauer: 2,446 (0%)

Steve Forbes: 2,399 (0%)

Orrin Hatch: 1,276 (0%)

Green

Ralph Nader: 17,390 (95%)

Joel Kovel: 937 (5%)

American Independent

Howard Phillips: 1,551 (100%)

Libertarian

Harry Browne: 4,593 (67%)

Kip Lee: 806 (12%)

L. Neil Smith: 499 (7%)

Larry Hines: 494 (7%)

Dave Lynn Hollist: 457 (7%)

Natural Law

John Hagelin: 972 (100%)

Reform

George D. Weber: 3,662 (40%)

Donald J. Trump: 3,155 (35%)

Robert Bowman: 1,218 (13%)

John D. Anderson: 637 (7%)

Charles Collins: 373 (4%)

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Key to Election Tables

An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent candidate:; a dagger (**) denotes an appointed incumbent.

A double dagger (***) indicates a district is shared by two or more counties. The individual tables don not reflect the total vote.

Elected candidates and approved measures--or those leading with 99% of precincts reporting--are in bold type. Results are not official and could be affected by absentee ballots.

0 % indicates information was unavailable at edition time or only absentee ballots had been counted.

District locations are identified by county. In Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego and Ventura counties, they are identified by community.

Uncontested local offices and write-in candidates are not included in the tables.

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Contributing to the Times' election coverage:

Technical assistance: Victor L. Pulver and Martin Leadman.

Compiled by: Times editorial researcher Tracy Thomas

Contributing: Joaquin Edeza, Rochelle Flores, Jack Torres and Michelle Urbina

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Sources: Election returns provided by California Secretary of State and county registrars of voters.

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More coverage of Campaign 2000 is available on The Times' Web site at www.latimes.com/campaign2000

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