Archived: Nov. 2, 2010 General Election Semi-Official Results


Election officials across California said Wednesday that nearly one million vote-by-mail and provisional ballots still need to be counted. Nearly 400,000 of those ballots, more than 17 percent of the total cast in Los Angeles County in Tuesday’s election, still need to be counted, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk.

A total of 1,912,930 ballots were counted on election night—380,004 vote-by-mail ballots and 1,532,926 precinct ballots cast at 4,770 polling places throughout the county.

Outstanding vote by mail and provisional ballots will be processed, qualified and tallied during a 28-day canvass period, which is required by law.

A schedule of election updates can be found a

US Senate: Barbara Boxer
*Barbara Boxer (D)        3,850,106  52.0%
Carly Fiorina (R)        3,155,681  42.6%

*Edmund Brown (D)     4,009,280  53.6%
Meg Whitman (R)          3,088,070  41.3%

Lieutenant Governor
*Gavin Newsom (D)     3,632,179  50.0%

Abel Maldonado (R)      2,863,057  39.5%

State Attorney General TO CLOSE TO CALL
Kamala Harris (D)        3,292,836  45.9%

Steve Cooley (R)         3,277,998  45.7%

State Controller:
*John Chiang (D)          3,939,967  54.9%

Tony Strickland (R)     2,620,509  36.5%

Secretary of State:
*Debra Bowen (D)          3,786,174  53.1%

Damon Dunn (R)        2,751,863  38.6%

State Treasurer:
*Bill Lockyer (D)         4,034,225  56.4%

Mimi Walters (R)         2,607,732  36.5%

Superintendent of Public Instruction:
*Tom Torlakson (NP)      3,148,881  54.6%

Larry Aceves (NP)        2,621,884  45.4%

Insurance Commissioner:
*Dave Jones (D)        3,544,003  50.5%

Mike Villines (R)        2,650,383  37.8%

Los Angeles County Assessor:
*John R Noguez          820,947  59.8%

John Y Wong         551,966  40.2%

Justices of the Supreme Court— All three elected
Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye; Associate Justice Ming William Chin, Associate Justice: Carlos R. Moreno

United States Representatives
31st District:
*Xavier Becerra (D)      62,561  84.1%

32nd District:
*Judy Chu (D)          65,106  71.3%

34th District:
*Lucille Roybal-Allard (D)     58,502  77.5%

36th District:
*Jane Harman (D)          92,214  59.7%

38th District:
*Grace Napolitano (D)    71,932  74.1%

47th District:
*Loretta Sanchez (D)     31,558  51.0%

State Senate
20th District:
*Alex Padilla (D)         78,274  68.8%

22nd District:
*Kevin De Leon (D)            74,593 Unopposed

30th District:
*Ronald Calderon (D)     89,714  69.3%

State Assembly
45th District:
*Gil Cedillo (D)          44,123  83.7%

46th District:
*John Perez (D)           31,900   Unopposed

49th District:
*Mike Eng (D)         38,806  69.1%

50th District:
*Ricardo Lara (D)         40,269  77.9%

58th District:
*Charles Calderon (D)    51,863  69.5%

Proposition election results:

Prop 19—Marijuana Initiative:
Yes     3,412,387 46.1%
*No      3,978,314 53.9%

Prop 20—Congressional Redistricting:
*Yes     4,268,103 61.2%

No      2,712,119 38.8%

Prop 21—State Parks and Wildlife Programs
Yes     3,048,756 41.9%
*No      4,227,021 58.1%

Prop 22—Local Funding
*Yes     4,291,832 61.0%

No      2,750,022 39.0%

Prop 23—Suspend Green House Gas Legislation
Yes     2,806,234 38.9%
*No      4,404,634 61.1%

Prop 24—Repeal of Tax Cuts
Yes     2,912,221 41.5%
*No      4,101,719 58.5%

Prop 25—Budget Passage Simple Majority
*Yes     3,884,542 54.8%

No      3,212,365 45.2%

Prop 26—Redefining Taxes-2/3 Vote
*Yes     3,692,156 52.9%

No      3,298,677 47.1%

Prop 27—Return Redistricting to State Legislature
Yes     2,783,908 40.6%
*No      4,072,505 59.4%

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