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California's 50th State Assembly district

California's 50th State Assembly district
Map of the district
Current assemblymember Richard Bloom (DSanta Monica)
Registration 51.05% Democratic
Demographics 71.25% White
4.15% Black
12.00% Latino
11.08% Asian
0.40% Native American
0.18% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
0.44% other
0.51% remainder of multiracial
Population (2010)
 • Voting age
 • Citizen voting age
Registered voters 309,929

California's 50th State Assembly district is one of 80 California State Assembly districts. It is currently represented by Democrat Richard Bloom of Santa Monica.

District profile

The district encompasses the area between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Monica Mountains, along with a large section of Central Los Angeles. The district is heavily white and includes the Malibu shoreline and glitzy Hollywood.

Election results


California State Assembly election, 2014
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Richard Bloom (incumbent) 42,332 73.4
Republican Bradley S. Torgan 15,370 26.6
Total votes 57,702 100.0
General election
Democratic Richard Bloom (incumbent) 78,093 71.5
Republican Bradley S. Torgan 31,113 28.5
Total votes 109,206 100.0
Democratic hold


California State Assembly election, 2012
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Betsy Butler (incumbent) 16,084 25.8
Democratic Richard Bloom 15,947 25.6
Republican Bradly S. Torgan 15,227 24.4
Democratic Torie Osborn 15,155 24.3
Total votes 62,413 100.0
General election
Democratic Richard Bloom 93,445 50.5
Democratic Betsy Butler (incumbent) 91,740 49.5
Total votes 185,185 100.0
Democratic win (new seat)

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