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February 7, 2008
-- -- -- Statewide -- -- DEMOCRATIC Hillary Clinton 2,128,763 52 Barack Obama 1,731,893 42 John Edwards 169,602 4 Dennis Kucinich 20,134 1 Bill Richardson 16,941 1 Joe Biden 15,436 0 Chris Dodd 6,723 0 Mike Gravel 6,661 0 REPUBLICAN John McCain 985,284 42 Mitt Romney 801,317 34 Mike Huckabee 272,591 12 Rudy Giuliani 115,651 5 Ron Paul 99,470 4 Fred Thompson 45,775 2 Duncan Hunter 12,208 1 Alan Keyes 9,538 0 Tom Tancredo 3,299 0...
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February 6, 2008
Statewide Orange County Riverside County -- Los Angeles County State Assembly Member District 55 -- -- Warren Furitani (D) 15,182 69 Herb Peters (Lib) 3,443 16 Charlotte S. Gibson (AI) 3,370 15 -- -- Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District Measure -- -- 41% precincts reporting Votes % -- -- V -- School improvement bond Requires 55% vote Yes 340 46 No 404 54 -- -- Downey Measure -- -- 61% precincts reporting Votes % -- -- G -- Term limits Yes 3,818 32 No 8,155 68 -- -- Huntington Park Measure -- -- 33% precincts reporting Votes % -- -- B -- Communications users tax Yes 1,253 79 No 332 21 -- -- Inglewood Measure -- -- 26% precincts reporting Votes % -- -- F -- Prohibition on fireworks Yes 2,561 46 No 3,066 54 -- -- Long Beach Community College District Measure -- -- 38% precincts reporting Votes % -- -- E -- School improvement bond Requires 55% vote Yes 26,763 74 No 9,384 26 -- -- Los Angeles Measure -- -- 17% precincts reporting Votes % -- -- S -- Reduction of tax rate Yes 88,566 66 No 45,494 34 -- -- Pasadena Measure -- -- 9% precincts reporting Votes % -- -- D -- Utility users tax continuation Yes 3,575 62 No 2,204 38 -- -- Redondo Beach Unified School District Measure -- -- 33% precincts reporting Votes % -- -- C -- School improvement...
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August 12, 2007 | Michael Finnegan, Times Staff Writer
ames, iowa -- Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney handily won a Republican presidential straw poll here on Saturday, while the dark-horse candidacy of ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee got a lift from a surprisingly strong second-place finish. With three of the party's best-known White House contenders skipping the mock election, the Ames contest was a highly imperfect test of the Republican field. In Romney's case, the symbolic victory reflected, more than anything, his heavy spending in Iowa.
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October 5, 2006 | P.J. Huffstutter, Times Staff Writer
During the presidential frenzy that descends upon this farmland state every four years, Mary Ann Corrigan has met Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan -- and way too many also-rans to name. Now, blissfully minding her own business at the Machine Shed restaurant, the 72-year-old retired farmer is about to meet John H. Cox.
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