CALIFORNIA 54 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Calif. Secretary of State)
Total Population, April 1, 2000 33,871,648
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000 24,873,000 % change from '96  +8.1
Eligible, Oct. 10, 2000 21,461,275
Total Registration, Oct. 10, 2000  15,707,307
Dem. 7,134,601 (45.4%)   Rep. 5,485,492 (34.9%)   AIP 321,838 (2.1%)   Grn. 138,734 (0.9%)   Lib. 94,900 (0.6%)   Ref. 79,152 (0.5%)   NL 58,275 (0.4%)   Misc. 137,999 (0.9%)   Decline 2,256,316 (14.4%)
California has: 58 counties.
Five largest counties: Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange, Santa Clara, San Bernardino.
Five largest cities: Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Long Beach.

Government
Governor: Gray Davis (D) elected Nov. 1998.
State Legislature: California State Assembly: 46D, 32R, 1I, I vacant  California State Senate: 25D, 15R
Local: Counties, Cities   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 28D, 24R - 1. M.Thompson (D) | 2. W.Herger (R) | 3. D.Ose (R) | 4. J.Doolittle (R) | 5. R.Matsui (D) | 6. L.Woolsey (D) | 7. Geo.Miller (D) | 8. N.Pelosi (D) | 9. B.Lee (D) | 10. E.Tauscher (D) | 11. R.Pombo (R) | 12. T.Lantos (D) | 13. P.Stark (D) | 14. A.Eshoo (D) | 15. T.Campbell (R) | 16. Z.Lofgren (D) | 17. S.Farr (D) | 18. G.Condit (D) | 19. G.Radanovich (R) | 20. C.Dooley (D) | 21. B.Thomas (R) | 22. L.Capps (D) | 23. E.Gallegly (R) | 24. B.Sherman (D) | 25. H.McKeon (R) | 26. H.Berman (D) | 27. J.Rogan (R) | 28. D.Dreier (R) | 29. H.Waxman (D) | 30. X.Becerra (D) | 31. M.Martinez (D) | 32. J.Dixon (D) | 33. L.Roybal-Allard (D) | 34. G.Napolitano (D) | 35. M.Waters (D) | 36. S.Kuykendall (R) | 37. J.Millender-McDonald (D) | 38. S.Horn (R) | 39. E.Royce (R) | 40. J.Lewis (R) | 41. GaryMiller (R) | 42. J.Baca (D) | 43. K.Calvert (R) | 44. M.Bono (D) | 45. D.Rohrabacher (R) | 46. L.Sanchez (D) | 47. C.Cox (R) | 48. R.Packard (R) | 49. B.Bilbray (R) | 50. B.Filner (D) | 51. R.Cunningham (R) | 52. D.Hunter (R)
U.S. Senate: Dianne Feinstein (D) up for re-election in 2000, Barbara Boxer (D) re-elected 1998.
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature:  All 80 Assembly seats and 20 of 40 Senate seats were up.  Democrats picked up a few seats to increase already solid majorities.  House 50D, 30R  Senate: 26D, 14R.
U.S. House:  32D, 20R - Democrats defeated incumbents in the 27th, 36th and 49th districts and won the open 15th for a gain of four seats: 15. M.Honda (D); 27. A.Schiff (D); 36. J.Harman (D); 49. S.Davis (D).  Republicans retained the open 48th: 48. D.Issa (R).  In the 31st, incumbent M.Martinez lost in the primary 31. H.Solis (D)
Note. J.Dixon (D-32) died on Dec. 8, 2000 creating a vacancy.
U.S. Senate:  Dianne Feinstein (D) re-elected.

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The Golden State

General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.).....5,119,835 (51.10)
Dole (Rep.)..........3,828,380 (38.21)
Perot (Ref.).............697,847
(6.96)
Nader (Grn.)...........237,016
(2.36)
Others (4+w/ins).....136,406
(1.36)
Total........10,019,484

1992
Clinton (Dem.).....5,121,325 (46.01)
Bush (Rep.).........3,630,574 (32.61)
Perot (Ind.)..........2,296,006 (20.62)
Others (3+w/ins).......83,816
(0.75)
Total........11,131,721

Results
2000
+Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
5,861,203
(53.45)
Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
4,567,429
(41.65)
Phillips/Frazier (AIP)
17,042
(0.16)
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
418,707
(3.82)
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
45,520
(0.42)
Hagelin/Goldhaber (NLP)
10,934
(0.09)
Buchanan/Foster (Ref.)
44,987
(0.41)
W.M.Kenyon, Sr. (Ind.w/i)
6
David McReynolds (Ind.w/i)
28
Total........10,965,856

Total Votes Not Cast in Presidential Race 177,010 (1.6%)

2,739,155 of the 11,142,843 total votes cast were by absentee ballot -- 24.58%.

Turnout as a percentage of voting age population was 44.80% or 44.09% if one excludes the 177,010 votes not cast in the presidential race.  (U.S. avg. 53.76).

Overview
Brash talk and a significant investment of resources by the Bush campaign and the Republican party failed to pry California's 54 electors out of the Democratic column.  As in other recent statewide elections, the Democrats' registration edge of about 10% held solid; Vice President Gore won with a plurality of 1,293,774 votes (11.80 percentage points).  Los Angeles County weighed in heavily, producing a plurality of more than 800,000 votes for Gore.  Overall, Gore won in 20 counties to Bush's 38.  Early in the campaign it appeared Ralph Nader might be a factor.  From Aug. 1 to Election Day he spent 13 days campaigning in Calif., but he ended up not having much impact on Gore's showing.  Pat Buchanan failed to make a mark despite significant TV buys. 
General Election Activity

Other Races: Four U.S. House seats changed from Republican to Democratic control, bringing the state's House delegation from 28D and 24R to 32D and 20R.  In the 15th (San Jose), Assemblyman Michael Honda (D) took the seat vacated by Rep. Tom Campbell (R) 54%-42%; in the 27th (Pasadena/San Gabriel), State Senator Adam Schiff (D) defeated incumbent Rep. James Rogan (R), one of the House impeachment managers, 53%-44% in a very costly campaign (the two raised over $10 million); in the 36th (Torrance), Jane Harman (D) narrowly defeated incumbent Rep. Steve Kuykendall (R) to reclaim her former seat, and in the 49th (San Diego), Assemblywoman Susan A. Davis defeated incumbent Rep. Brian Bilbray (R) 50%-46%.  The 20th (lower San Joaquin Valley) was also very closely fought, but Cal Dooley (D) successfully fended off a challenge from Rich Rodriguez (R).  In the U.S. Senate race, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D) easily overcame a challenge from Rep. Tom Campbell (R), winning with a plurality of more than 2 million votes.
 
 
Presidential Preference Primary: Tuesday, March 7, 2000

Notes
 
Open Primary Vote
Candidate Qualifications

. The ballot had names of 23 candidates on it.

. The open primary vote did not determine allocation of delegates. Ballots were color coded and there was separate tabulation of votes cast by registered Republican voters for Republican presidential candidates, by registered Democratic voters for Democratic presidential candidates, and so forth. 

. According to the Secretary of State, in the presidential race there were 2,082,093 cross party votes (vote cast by a registered party member for a candidate of another party).

100.0% ( 22,670 of 22,670 ) precincts reporting -- final
Total Vote
Percent
Al Gore
2,609,950
34.22%
George W. Bush
2,168,466
28.43%
John McCain
 1,780,570
23.34%
Bill Bradley
 642,654
8.43%
Alan Keyes
 170,442
2.23%
Ralph Nader
 112,345
1.47%
Harry Browne
 20,825
0.27%
Lyndon LaRouche
19,419
0.25%
Donald J. Trump
15,311
0.20%
Others (14)
 87,708
1.15%
Total
7,627,690


 Republicans 
 Delegate Selection Vote
. 167,773 Republicans voted for Al Gore and 61,714 voted for Bill Bradley.
100.0% ( 22,670 of 22,670 ) precincts reporting -- final
Vote
Percent
George W. Bush
 1,725,162
60.6%
John McCain
 988,706
34.8%
Alan Keyes
 112,747
4.0%
Steve Forbes1
8,449
0.2%
Gary Bauer1
 6,860
 0.2%
Orrin Hatch1
 5,997
 0.2%
Total
2,847,921
1. Candidate withdrew before primary but was on ballot.
Total Delegates 
162 of 2,066 (7.8%).

Delegate Allocation
Congressional District delegates  156
At-large delegates                       6

Bush-162
McCain-0


Democrats 
Delegate Selection Vote
. 510,357 Democrats voted for John McCain and 247,411 voted for George W. Bush.
100.0% ( 22,670 of 22,670 ) precincts reporting -- final
Vote
Percent
Al Gore
2,155,321
81.3%
Bill Bradley
482,882
18.2%
Lyndon LaRouche
15,991
0.5%
Total
2,654,114
 
 
Total Pledged Delegates
367 of 3,537 (10.3%).
Total Delegates
435 of 4,335 (10.0%).

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
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