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November 09, 2000

How California Voted

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

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Al Gore (D): 5,254,831 (54%)

George W. Bush (R): 4,055,225 (41%)

Ralph Nader (G): 372,561 (4%)

Harry Browne (L): 40,263 (0%)

Patrick J. Buchanan (M): 39,900 (0%)

Howard Phillips (A): 14,887 (0%)

John Hagelin (N): 9,415 (0%)

How L. A. County Voted

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

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Al Gore (D): 1,598,375 (64%)

George W. Bush (R): 812,154 (32%)

Ralph Nader (G): 77,651 (3%)

Patrick J. Buchanan (M): 10,702 (0%)

Harry Browne (L): 10,268 (0%)

Howard Phillips (A): 3,347 (0%)

John Hagelin (N): 2,306 (0%)

U. S. SENATE

How California Voted

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Dianne Feinstein* (D): 5,313,355 (56%)

Tom Campbell (R): 3,449,647 (36%)

Medea Susan Benjamin (G): 291,395 (3%)

Gail Katherine Lightfoot (L): 168,636 (2%)

Diane B. Templin (A): 120,340 (1%)

Jose Luis Camahort (M): 87,196 (1%)

Brian M. Rees (N): 52,612 (1%)

How L. A. County Voted

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Dianne Feinstein* (D): 1,569,375 (64%)

Tom Campbell (R): 693,994 (29%)

Medea Susan Benjamin (G): 66,805 (3%)

Gail Katherine Lightfoot (L): 39,690 (2%)

Diane B. Templin (A): 25,086 (1%)

Jose Luis Camahort (M): 23,674 (1%)

Brian M. Rees (N): 15,033 (1%)

PROPOSITIONS

How California Voted

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

32--Veteran's Bond Act

Yes: 6,032,121 (67%)

No: 2,944,680 (33%)

33--Public Employee's Retirement System

Yes: 3,405,012 (39%)

No: 5,345,693 (61%)

34--Campaign Contributions and Spending

Yes: 5,297,361 (60%)

No: 3,547,423 (40%)

35--Public Works Projects

Yes: 4,862,057 (55%)

No: 4,011,022 (45%)

36--Drug Treatment Programs and Probation

Yes: 5,565,672 (61%)

No: 3,590,095 (39%)

37--Compulsary Fees

Yes: 4,111,103 (48%)

No: 4,478,272 (52%)

38--School Vouchers

Yes: 2,760,485 (29%)

No: 6,645,068 (71%)

39--55% Bond Passage for School Facilities

Yes: 4,855,913 (53%)

No: 4,253,529 (47%)

How L. A. County Voted

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

32--Veteran's Bond Act

Yes: 1,581,302 (69%)

No: 708,582 (31%)

33--Public Employee's Retirement System

Yes: 969,930 (44%)

No: 1,251,215 (56%)

34--Campaign Contributions and Spending

Yes: 1,377,379 (62%)

No: 857,778 (38%)

35--Public Works Projects

Yes: 1,160,971 (52%)

No: 1,088,801 (48%)

36--Drug Treatment Programs and Probation

Yes: 1,518,917 (65%)

No: 807,640 (35%)

37--Compulsary Fees

Yes: 991,423 (45%)

No: 1,197,464 (55%)

38--School Vouchers

Yes: 648,746 (27%)

No: 1,767,141 (73%)

39--55% Bond Passage for School Facilities

Yes: 1,325,606 (57%)

No: 1,011,409 (43%)

CONGRESS

DISTRICT 1

Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, Sonoma

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Mike Thompson* (D): 141,876 (65%)

Russel J. Chase (R): 60,381 (28%)

Cheryl S. Kreier (N): 6,614 (3%)

Emil P. Rossi (L): 5,857 (3%)

Pamela Elizondo (M): 2,889 (1%)

DISTRICT 2

Butte, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Trinity, Yuba

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Wally Herger* (R): 156,581 (66%)

Stan Morgan (D): 67,351 (28%)

John McDermott (N): 8,283 (3%)

Charles R. Martin (L): 6,083 (3%)

DISTRICT 3

Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Sacramento, Solano, Sutter, Tehama, Yolo

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Doug Ose* (R): 120,943 (56%)

Bob Kent (D): 87,304 (40%)

Douglas Arthur Tuma (L): 4,908 (2%)

Channing E. Jones (N): 2,437 (1%)

DISTRICT 4

Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, El Dorado, Mono, Placer, Sacramento, Tuolumne

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

John T. Doolittle* (R): 171,453 (62%)

Mark A. Norberg (D): 88,752 (32%)

William Fritz Frey (L): 8,576 (3%)

Robert E. Ray (N): 5,790 (2%)

DISTRICT 5

Sacramento

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Robert T. Matsui* (D): 134,242 (69%)

Ken Payne (R): 51,355 (26%)

Ken Adams (G): 5,625 (3%)

Cullene Lang (L): 2,644 (1%)

Charles Kersey (N): 1,777 (1%)

DISTRICT 6

Marin, Sonoma

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Lynn Woolsey* (D): 168,603 (64%)

Ken Mc Auliffe (R): 74,337 (28%)

Justin Moscoso (G): 12,261 (5%)

Richard O. Barton (L): 4,328 (2%)

Alan Barreca (N): 2,675 (1%)

DISTRICT 7

Contra Costa, Solano

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

George Miller* (D): 137,989 (77%)

Christopher A. Hoffman (R): 37,763 (21%)

Martin Sproul (N): 4,355 (2%)

DISTRICT 8

San Francisco

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Nancy Pelosi* (D): 152,479 (85%)

Adam Sparks (R): 20,703 (11%)

Erik Bauman (L): 4,834 (3%)

David L. Smithstein (N): 2,271 (1%)

DISTRICT 9

Alameda

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Barbara Lee* (D): 157,514 (85%)

Arneze Washington (R): 17,659 (10%)

Fred E. Foldvary (L): 6,124 (3%)

Ellen Jefferds (N): 3,725 (2%)

DISTRICT 10

Alameda, Contra Costa

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Ellen O. Tauscher* (D): 135,595 (53%)

Claude B. Hutchison, Jr. (R): 113,355 (44%)

Valerie Janlois (N): 8,234 (3%)

DISTRICT 11

Sacramento, San Joaquin

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Richard W. Pombo* (R): 110,361 (58%)

Tom Y. Santos (D): 72,581 (38%)

Kathryn A. Russow (L): 4,624 (2%)

Jon A. Kurey (N): 3,099 (2%)

DISTRICT 12

San Francisco, San Mateo

100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%)

Tom Lantos* (D): 135,056 (74%)

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