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Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:53 p.m. EST
Calif. Governor 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerGray Davis* (D) 3,142,620 47 
Bill Simon (R) 2,813,200 42 
Peter Camejo (Green) 345,777 
Gary Copeland (Lib.) 144,590 
Reinhold Gulke (AIP) 114,013 
Iris Adam (NLP) 77,892 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:31 p.m. EST
Calif. House District 1 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerMike Thompson* (D) 108,648 64 
Lawrence Wiesner (R) 55,085 32 
Kevin Bastian (Lib.) 5,942 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 8:31 p.m. EST
Calif. House District 2 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerWally Herger* (R) 108,306 66 
Mike Johnson (D) 48,701 30 
Patrice Thiessen (NLP) 4,466 
Charles Martin (Lib.) 3,589 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:58 p.m. EST
Calif. House District 3 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerDouglas Ose* (R) 102,119 62 
Howard Beeman (D) 57,267 35 
Douglas Tuma (Lib.) 5,201 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:58 p.m. EST
Calif. House District 4 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJohn Doolittle* (R) 131,582 65 
Mark Norberg (D) 65,267 32 
Allen Roberts (Lib.) 6,470 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:58 p.m. EST
Calif. House District 5 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerRobert Matsui* (D) 79,445 72 
Richard Frankhuizen (R) 28,222 25 
Timothy Roloff (Lib.) 3,368 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:58 p.m. EST
Calif. House District 6 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerLynn Woolsey* (D) 119,071 66 
Paul Erickson (R) 53,489 30 
Richard Barton (Lib.) 4,282 
Jeff Rainforth (Ref.) 2,420 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 8:31 p.m. EST
Calif. House District 7 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerGeorge Miller* (D) 88,256 71 
Charles Hargrave (R) 33,131 27 
Scott Wilson (Lib.) 3,597 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:31 p.m. EST
Calif. House District 8 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerNancy Pelosi* (D) 106,821 80 
G. Michael German (R) 16,450 12 
Jay Pond (Green) 8,666 
Ira Spivack (Lib.) 2,249 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:31 p.m. EST
Calif. House District 9 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerBarbara Lee* (D) 114,448 81 
Jerald Udinsky (R) 21,062 15 
James Eyer (Lib.) 4,940 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
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