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California Finishes Counting Votes from June 3 Primary; One Statewide Race Decided by 481 Votes

On July 1, at 11:13 a.m., the California Secretary of State posted election returns from the June 3 primary, including the State Controller race. Here are the results. One Democrat, Betty Yee, defeated another Democrat for second place by only 481 votes, out of over 4,000,000 cast.

3 Responses

  1. Jim Riley

    I figured out way why California groups candidates by party on the election results – that way they can leave blanks for the write-in candidates, and a reader can write them in.

    7 Republicans, 6 Democrats, and one each American Independent, Libertarian, Peace&Freedom, and independent (NPP) advanced to the general election. Jack Mobley (R) in AD-21 in the Merced-Modesto area obtained 4.7% as a write-in.

    3 Republicans and 1 Democrat won where there was a contest among write-ins as to which qualified for the general election.

  2. Demo Rep

    One more EVIL and VICIOUS Anti-Democracy minority rule election coming in Nov. 2014 in the pack/crack gerrymander districts —

    CA USA Reps
    CA Senate
    CA Assembly

    1/2 votes x 1/2 gerrymander areas = 1/4 WILL control indirectly = OLIGARCHY — as evil corrupt as any in world history.

    Lots of NONvotes in the areas NOT having 1 D and 1 R.
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    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

  3. Demo Rep

    Official SOS results on 11 July 2014.

    Any noises about court action in the close contests ???

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