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1986 - COC board votes to allow Argentine cliff swallows to nest forever on sides of buildings [story]


| Tuesday, Nov 4, 2014
% # votes Precincts
reporting
25th CONGRESSIONAL
Knight (R) 53.51% 46,610 100%
Strickland (R) 46.49% 40,491 100%
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36th ASSEMBLY
Lackey (R) 61.49% 33,094 100%
Fox (D) 38.51% 20,724 100%
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38th ASSEMBLY
Wilk (R) 66.55% 48,587 100%
Fuentes (D) 33.45% 24,424 100%
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MEASURE S (Billboards) needs >50%
YES 43.81% 12,697 100%
NO 56.19% 16,284 100%
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MEASURE EE (Saugus School Bond) needs >55%
YES 57.66% 8,661 100%
NO 42.34% 6,361 100%
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COUNTY ASSESSOR
Prang 50.52% 442,453 100%
Morris 49.48% 433,417 100%
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COUNTY SHERIFF
McDonnell 74.83% 703,662 100%
Tanaka 25.17% 236,665 100%
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CLWA At Large
Campbell(i) 45.82% 21,560 100%
Martin 37.43% 17,614 100%
Fortner 16.75% 7,884 100%
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CLWA Div 1
Ed Colley(i) 57.03% 4,787 100%
Brooks 42.97% 3,607 100%
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CLWA Div 2
Diprimio(i) 71.50% 6,679 100%
Daniels 28.50% 2,662 100%
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GOVERNOR
Brown (D) 58.68% 3,049,385 100%
Kashkari (R) 41.32% 2,147,270 100%
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LT GOVERNOR
Newsom (D) 55.94% 2,856,458 100%
Nehring (R) 44.06% 2,250,037 100%
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SEC OF STATE
Padilla (D) 52.49% 2,647,758 100%
Peterson (R) 47.51% 2,396,985 100%
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CONTROLLER
Yee (D) 52.75% 2,650,965 100%
Swearengin (R) 47.25% 2,374,529 100%
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TREASURER
Chiang (D) 57.66% 2,914,904 100%
Conlon (R) 42.34% 2,140,403 100%
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ATTY GEN
Harris (D) 56.26% 2,858,461 100%
Gold (R) 43.74% 2,222,394 100%
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INSURANCE COMM
Jones (D) 56.30% 2,817,654 100%
Gaines (R) 43.70% 2,186,798 100%
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SUPT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Torlakson (D) 52.09% 2,266,425 100%
Tuck (R) 47.91% 2,084,936 100%
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BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Runner (R) 58.79% 712,088 100%
Parker (D) 41.21% 499,113 100%
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MEASURES
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1. Water Bond (needs >50%)
YES 66.77% 3,378,825 100%
NO 33.23% 1,681,733 100%
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2. State Budget Stabilization
YES 68.71% 3,421,991 100%
NO 31.29% 1,557,990 100%
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45. Healthcare Insurance Rates
YES 40.19% 2,032,272 100%
NO 59.81% 3,024,583 100%
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46. Doctor Drug Testing
YES 32.85% 1,671,163 100%
NO 67.15% 3,415,995 100%
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47. Criminal Penalty Reduction
YES 58.46% 2,955,205 100%
NO 41.54% 2,100,279 100%
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48. Indian Gaming Compacts
YES 39.06% 1,929,202 100%
NO 60.94% 3,009,379 100%
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P. Parcel Tax for L.A. County Parks
YES 62.04% 645,889 100%
NO 37.96% 395,123 100%
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