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California's 28th State Senate district

 

California's 28th State Senate district

California's 28th State Senate district
Current senator Ted Lieu (DTorrance)
Registration 48.39% Democratic
25.16% Republican
21.84% No party preference
Demographics 45.1% White
6.8% Black
30.0% Latino
15.2% Asian
Population (2000)
 • Voting age
846,790
652,574
Registered voters 456,958
California's 28th State Senate district
Current senator Vacant
Registration 42.11% Republican
33.99% Democratic
18.83% No party preference
Demographics 47.63% White
3.96% Black
40.85% Latino
5.79% Asian
0.84% Native American
0.28% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
0.24% other
0.45% remainder of multiracial
Population (2010)
 • Voting age
 • Citizen voting age
930,072
677,516
529,628
Registered voters 399,872

California's 28th State Senate district is one of 40 California State Senate districts. The 28th Senate district encompasses a part of Los Angeles County, including all of Carson, Del Aire, El Segundo, Hermosa Beach, Lennox, Lomita, Manhattan Beach, Marina del Rey, Redondo Beach, Torrance, West Carson, and parts of Long Beach and Los Angeles. It is represented by Democrat Ted Lieu of Torrance.

2011 redistricting

After redistricting in 2011 by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission, the new district now includes 42.5% of Riverside County. Cities in the district include Indio, Murrieta, Palm Springs, and Temecula.

Election results from statewide races

Election results from statewide races
Year Office Results
2000 President Gore 61.1 - 34.2%
Senator Feinstein 62.5 - 30.0%
1998 Governor Davis 62.9 - 33.8%
Senator Boxer 57.8 - 38.8%
1996 President Clinton 57.0 - 31.8%
1994 Governor Wilson 53.2 - 43.3%
Senator Feinstein 50.4 - 41.8%
1992 President Clinton 50.1 - 28.5%
Senator Boxer 52.5 - 39.1%
Senator Feinstein 58.4 - 33.9%

Election results

2011 special election

A special election was held in 2011 to replace Jenny Oropeza, who died just before the 2010 election (and who voters selected posthumously). Democrat Ted Lieu defeated four Republicans, one Democrat, and two independents.

2010

California State Senate elections, 2010[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | Democratic Jenny Oropeza (incumbent) 142,578 58.2%
style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | Republican John S. Stammreich 87,896 35.8%
style="background-color: ; width: 2px;" | Libertarian David Ruskin 14,879 6.0%
Totals 245,353 100.0%
style="background-color: " | Democratic hold

2006

California State Senate elections, 2006[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
style="background-color: ; width: 5px;" | Democratic Jenny Oropeza 128,649 61.7 -0.1
style="background-color: ; width: 5px;" | Republican Cherryl Liddle 72,440 34.8 -0.2
style="background-color: ; width: 5px;" | Libertarian Peter "Pedro" De Baets 7,446 3.5 +0.3
Total votes 208,535 100.0%
Majority 56,209 26.9 +0.1
Turnout
style="background-color: " | Democratic hold Swing +0.1

2002

California State Senate elections, 2002[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
style="background-color: ; width: 5px;" | Democratic Debra Bowen (incumbent) 114,145 61.8 +2.7
style="background-color: ; width: 5px;" | Republican Jo Ann Hill 64,627 35.0 -3.0
style="background-color: ; width: 5px;" | Libertarian Peter D. De Baets 6,041 3.2 +3.2
Total votes 184,813 100.0%
Majority 49,518 26.8 +5.7
Turnout
style="background-color: " | Democratic hold Swing +5.7

See also

References

External links

  • California State Senate
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