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California's 26th State Assembly district

California's 26th State Assembly district
Current assemblymember Connie Conway (RTulare)
Registration 43.70% Republican
33.49% Democratic
17.88% No party preference
Demographics 35.19% White
1.40% Black
57.68% Latino
3.41% Asian
1.75% Native American
0.14% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
0.21% other
0.23% remainder of multiracial
Population (2010)
 • Voting age
 • Citizen voting age
470,166
320,827
241,074
Registered voters 160,265

California's 26th State Assembly district is one of 80 California State Assembly districts. It is currently represented by Republican Connie Conway of Tulare.

District profile

The district straddles the southern Sierra Nevada. It encompasses the southeastern Central Valley, where most of its population resides, and most of the Owens Valley.

Election results

2012

|- class="vcard" ! style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | | class="org" style="width: 130px" | Republican | class="fn" | Connie Conway (incumbent) | align="right" | 34,299 | align="right" | 71.8% |-

|- class="vcard" ! style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | | class="org" style="width: 130px" | Democratic | class="fn" | Jonathan Louis Sosa | align="right" | 12,627 | align="right" | 28.2% |- |-bgcolor="#EEEEEE" | colspan="3" align="right" | Totals | align="right" | 46,926 | align="right" | 100.0% |-

|- ! style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | | style="width: 130px" | Republican | | Connie Conway (incumbent) | align="right" | 72,061 | align="right" | 66.5% |-

|- class="vcard" ! style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | | class="org" style="width: 130px" | Democratic | class="fn" | Jonathan Louis Sosa | align="right" | 36,379 | align="right" | 33.5% |- |-bgcolor="#EEEEEE" | colspan="3" align="right" | Totals | align="right" | 108,440 | align="right" | 100.0% |-


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


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See also

External links

  • California Citizens Redistricting Commission
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