California's 16th State Assembly District

California's 16th State Assembly district
Current assemblymember Joan Buchanan (DAlamo)
Registration 39.77% Democratic
32.76% Republican
21.25% No party preference
Demographics 64.44% White
2.71% Black
10.95% Latino
20.10% Asian
0.53% Native American
0.34% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
0.2% other
0.60% remainder of multiracial
Population (2010)
 • Voting age
 • Citizen voting age
465,945
350,379
297,090
Registered voters 281,404

California's 16th State Assembly district is one of 80 California State Assembly districts. It is currently represented by Democrat Joan Buchanan of Alamo.

District profile

The district is located in the East Bay. It consists mainly of suburbs east of the Berkeley Hills, including Lamorinda and the Tri-Valley.

Election results

2012

|- class="vcard" ! style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | | class="org" style="width: 130px" | Democratic | class="fn" | Joan Buchanan (incumbent) | align="right" | 54,368 | align="right" | 56.7% |-

|- class="vcard" ! style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | | class="org" style="width: 130px" | Republican | class="fn" | Al Phillips | align="right" | 41,444 | align="right" | 43.3% |- |-bgcolor="#EEEEEE" | colspan="3" align="right" | Totals | align="right" | 95,812 | align="right" | 100.0% |-

|- ! style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | | style="width: 130px" | Democratic | | Joan Buchanan (incumbent) | align="right" | 125,952 | align="right" | 59.2% |-

|- class="vcard" ! style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | | class="org" style="width: 130px" | Republican | class="fn" | Al Phillips | align="right" | 86,803 | align="right" | 40.8% |- |-bgcolor="#EEEEEE" | colspan="3" align="right" | Totals | align="right" | 212,755 | align="right" | 100.0% |-


|- style="background-color:#F6F6F6" ! style="background-color: " | | colspan="4" | Democratic hold |-


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See also

External links

  • California Citizens Redistricting Commission
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