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Statewide Races

November 07, 2002

STATEWIDE RESULTS

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GOVERNOR

*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Gray Davis* (D) 3,142,620 47 Bill Simon Jr. (R) 2,813,200 42 Peter M. Camejo (G) 345,777 5 Gary D. Copeland (L) 144,590 2 Reinhold S. Gulke (AI) 114,013 2 Iris Adam (NL) 77,892 1

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Cruz M. Bustamante* (D) 3,252,893 50 Bruce McPherson (R) 2,737,637 42 Donna J. Warren (G) 271,546 4 Pat Wright (L) 96,364 1 James D. King (AI) 83,094 1 Paul J. Hannosh (M) 73,348 1 Kalee Przybylak (NL) 60,577 1

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SECRETARY OF STATE

*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Kevin Shelley (D) 2,983,278 46 Robert K. Olberg (R) 2,720,163 42 Laurence H. Shoup (G) 250,070 4 Gail K. Lightfoot (L) 183,255 3 Louise M. Allison (NL) 158,571 2 Edward C. Noonan (AI) 79,435 1 Valli Sharpe-Geisler (M) 70,146 1

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CONTROLLER

*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Steve Westly (D) 2,923,697 45 Tom McClintock (R) 2,897,867 45 Laura Wells (G) 372,104 6 J. Carlos Aguirre (NL) 163,921 3 Ernest F. Vance (AI) 86,699 1

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TREASURER

*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Philip Angelides* (D) 3,150,905 49 Phillip G. Conlon (R) 2,580,599 41 Jeanne-Marie Rosenmeier (G) 315,295 5 Marian Smithson (L) 150,931 2 Sylvia Valentine (NL) 101,114 2 Nathan E. Johnson (AI) 87,260 1

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ATTORNEY GENERAL

*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Bill Lockyer* (D) 3,299,844 51 Dick Ackerman (R) 2,588,795 40 Glen F. Mowrer (G) 251,236 4 Diane B. Templin (AI) 173,543 3 Ed Kuwatch (L) 114,184 2

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INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % John Garamendi (D) 2,975,544 47 Gary Mendoza (R) 2,657,018 42 David I. Sheidlower (G) 245,894 4 Dale F. Ogden (L) 210,242 3 Raul Calderon (NL) 172,034 3 Steven A. Klein (AI) 134,510 2

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SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Jack T. O'Connell 3,309,404 62 Katherine H. Smith 2,052,366 38

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SUPREME COURT JUSTICES

*--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Marvin R. Baxter Confirm: 3,141,570 71 Reject: 1,266,390 29

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Kathryn M. Werdegar Confirm: 3,362,335 74 Reject: 1,193,868 26

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Carlos R. Moreno Confirm: 3,307,170 73 Reject: 1,258,327 28

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PROPOSITIONS

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46 -- Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund Yes 3,605,796 58 No 2,671,139 43

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47 -- Kindergarten-University Facilities Bond Yes 3,738,155 59 No 2,610,415 41

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48 -- Court Consolidation Yes 4,277,630 72 No 1,633,867 28

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49 -- After School Programs. State Grants Yes 3,572,256 57 No 2,741,810 43

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50 -- Water Quality, Supply/Safe Drinking Water Bonds Yes 3,452,858 55 No 2,788,649 45

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51 -- Transportation. Allocation of Motor Vehicle Taxes Yes 2,510,879 41 No 3,563,012 59

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52 -- Election Day Voter Registration Yes 2,552,229 41 No 3,711,906 59

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Key to Election Tables

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

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. The secretary of state's office said Wednesday that roughly 500,000 absentee ballots statewide were still being counted.

Percentages may not add up to 100 because of rounding.

District locations are identified by county. In Los Angeles, Orange 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: Jim Carr, Martin Leadman, Stephen Bergens, Ben Hopkins, Wil Ramirez, Gerard Babb and Greg Beckmann.

Contributing: Tracy Thomas, Josh Farmer, Juan Orozco, Ryan Sudy and Cynthia Viers.

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

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