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PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS

UPDATED 7:42 a.m. WEDNESDAY 6/9/10

Republican businesswomen Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina have captured their party's nominations for the offices of Governor and Senator respectively in the California primary election. More than $100 million was reportedly spent in the race for the Governor's office, with Whitman, the former head of eBay, putting in $80 million of her own money against $25 million spent by State Insurance Commissioner Steve Poisner.

Results from the California Secretary of State's office, where 99 percent of votes have been counted. Provisional ballots are counted last.

RESULT ARE LISTED WITH STATE TOTALS FIRST, FOLLOWED BY LOS ANGELES COUNTY RESULTS:

SENATE

Republican

  • Carly Fiorina 940,737 (56.4 percent) / 179,844 (60.81 percent)
  • Tom Campbell 364,149 (21.9 percent) / 53,213 (17.79 percent)
  • Chuck Devore 317,916 (19.0 percent) / 52,209 (17.65 percent)

Democrat

  • Barbara Boxer 1,420,318 (80.5 percent) / 356,741 (81.89 percent)
  • Brian Quintana 251,483 (14.2 percent) / 53,766 (12.34 percent)

CONGRESS (25th District)

Republican

  • Howard P. "Buck" McKeon 39,960 (100 percent) / 30,114 (100 percent)

Democrat

  • Jackie Conaway 19,875 (100 percent) / 13,690 (100 percent)

GOVERNOR

Republican

  • Meg Whitman 1,089,753 (64.2 percent) / 200,059 (66.5 percent)
  • Steve Poisner 457,213 (27.0 percent) / 76,261 (25.35 percent)

Democrat

  • Edmund G. Brown 1,471,760 (84.1 percent) / 356,923 (82.97 percent)

LT. GOVERNOR

Republican

  • Abel Maldonado 670,375 (43.3 percent) / 105,243 (39.55 percent)
  • Sam Aanestad 472,077 (30.5 percent) / 87,752 (32.98 percent)

Democrat

  • Gavin Newson 934,743 (54.7 percent) / 153,251 (38.55 percent)
  • Janice Hahn 584,053 (34.2 percent) / 211, 260 (53.14 percent)

SECRETARY OF STATE

Republican

  • Damon Dunn 1,063,976 (74.3 percent) / 164,407 (69.43 percent)
  • Orly Taitz 368,316 (25.7 percent) / 72,376 (30.57 percent)

Democrat

  • Debra Bowen 1,488,859 (100 percent) / 326,077 (100 percent)

CONTROLLER

Republican

  • Tony Strickland 875,666 (59.9 percent) / 155,172 (64.42 percent)
  • David Evans 588,383 (40.1 percent) / 85,700 (35.58 percent)

Democrat

  • John Chiang 1,485,329 (100 percent) / 334,301 (100 percent)

TREASURER

Republican

  • Mimi Walters 1,266,918 (100 percent) / 203,063 (100 percent)

Democrat

  • Bill Lockyer 1,494,942 (100 percent), 330,577 (100 percent)

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Republican

  • Steve Cooley 727,062 (47.3 percent) / 161,391 (58.24 percent)
  • John Eastman 526,746 (34.2 percent) / 77,458 (27.95 percent)

Democrat

  • Kamala Harris 551,918 (33.1 percent) / 122,232 (29.9 percent)
  • Chris Kelly 263,268 (15.8 percent) / 54,641 (13.37 percent)
  • Rocky Delgadillo 168,267 (10.1 percent) / 83,754 (20.49 percent)

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

Republican

  • Brian Fitzgerald 707,094 (50.3 percent) / 114,816 (55.25 percent)
  • Mike Villines 698,677 (49.7 percent) / 92,998 (44.75 percent)

    Democrat

    • Dave Jones 912,357 (61.3 percent) / 162,450 (51.59 percent)
    • Hector DeLaTorre 577,624 (38.7 percent) / 152,442 (48.41 percent)

    SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (nonpartisan)

    • Larry Aceves 592,078 (18.8 percent) / 128,540 (19.22 percent)
    • Tom Torlakson 568,545 (18.1 percent) / 95,556 (14.28 percent)
    • Gloria Romero 545,864 (17.2 percent) / 159,712 (23.88 percent)

    ASSEMBLY MEMBER (38th District)

    Republican

    • Cameron Smyth 28,481 (100 percent) / 23,087 (100 percent)

    Democrat

    • Diana Shaw 16,282 (100 percent) / 13,453 (100 percent)

    BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

    2nd District

    Republican

    • George Runner 178,675 (35.7 percent) / 25,825 (61.53 percent)
    • Alan Nakanishi 146,013 (29.2 percent) / 6,714 (16 percent)

    Democrat

    • Chris Parker 165,611 (48.6 percent) / 10,930 (47.44 percent)
    • Paul Vincent Avila 107,306 (31.5 percent) / 8,474 (36.78 percent)

    3rd District

    Republican

    • Michelle Steel 289,956 (67.8 percent) / 7,663 (69.38 percent)
    • Vic Baker 138,223 (32.2 percent) / 3,382 (30.62 percent)

    Democrat

    • Mary C. Heising 245,028 (100 percent) / 6,197 (100 percent)

    4th District

    Republican - no candidate

    Democrat

    • Jerome E. Horton 216,604 (100 percent) / 216,604 (100 percent)

    STATE PROPOSALS

    13 - Property Tax Limits

    YES 3,174,697 (84.5 percent) / 649,272 (83.68 percent)

    NO 584,071 (15.5 percent) / 126,666 (16.32 percent)

    14 - Open Primaries

    YES 2,061,015 (54.2 percent) / 400,406 (51.05 percent)

    NO 1,747,268 (45.8 percent) / 383,869 (48.95 percent)

    15 - Fair Elections Act

    YES 1,583,353 (42.6 percent) / 353,278 (46.04 percent)

    NO 2,128,470 (57.4 percent) / 414,038 (53.96 percent)

    16 - Two-thirds Vote on Public Power

    YES 1,812,544 (47.5 percent) / 373,060 (47 percent)

    NO 2,002,797 (52.5 percent) / 420,628 (53 percent)

    17 - Auto Insurance

    YES 1,832,690 (47.9 percent) / 347,888 (43.5 percent)

    NO 1,990,066 (52.1 percent) / 451,774 (56.5 percent)

    Secretary of State website, click here

    Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder, click here