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California's 67th State Assembly district

California's 67th State Assembly district
Map of the district
Current assemblymember Melissa Melendez (RLake Elsinore)
Registration 45.44% Republican
Demographics 50.85% White
5.25% Black
34.68% Latino
7.06% Asian
0.90% Native American
0.42% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
0.23% other
0.62% remainder of multiracial
Population (2010)
 • Voting age
 • Citizen voting age
Registered voters 211,394

California's 67th State Assembly district is one of 80 California State Assembly districts. It is currently represented by Republican Melissa Melendez of Lake Elsinore.

District profile

The district encompasses the southern Inland Empire in western Riverside County. The district is primarily suburban, with many new housing tracts and bedroom communities.

Election results


California State Assembly elections, 2014
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Melissa Melendez (incumbent) 32,268 99.8%
Democratic Conrad Melton (write-in) 58 0.2%
Totals 32,326 100.0%
General election
Republican Melissa Melendez (incumbent) %
Democratic Conrad Melton %
Totals ' %


California State Assembly elections, 2012
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Phil Paule 11,951 27.7%
Republican Melissa Melendez 10,084 23.3%
Republican Bob Magee 8,672 20.1%
Republican Kenneth C. Dickson 8,216 19.0%
Republican William T. Akana 4,291 9.9%
Totals 43,214 100.0%
General election
Republican Melissa Melendez 67,232 52.3%
Republican Phil Paule 61,230 47.7%
Totals 128,462 100.0%
Republican hold


California State Assembly elections, 2006[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Jim Silva 75,001 64.1 +0.1
Democratic Ray Roberts 42,103 35.9 +6.1
Total votes 117,104 100.0%
Majority 32,898 48.2 -6.0
Republican hold Swing -6.0


California State Assembly elections, 2004[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Tom Harman (incumbent) 107,847 64.0 -4.8
Democratic David Silva 50,430 29.8 -1.4
Libertarian Norm "Firecracker" Westwell 10,496 6.2 +6.2
Total votes 168,773 100.0%
Majority 57,417 34.2 -3.4
Republican hold Swing -3.4


California State Assembly elections, 2002[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Tom Harman (incumbent) 68,303 68.8 -6.7
Democratic William R. "Bill" Orton 30,988 31.2 +0.7
Total votes 99,291 100.0%
Majority 37,315 37.6 +6.0
Republican hold Swing +6.0

1995 (Special)

List of special elections to the California State Assembly
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Scott R. Baugh 22,320 45.27%
Democratic Linda Moulton-Patterson 15,608 31.66%
Republican Don MacAllister 5,534 11.22%
Republican Haydee V. Tillotson 3,573 7.25%
Republican Shirley Carey 2,267 4.60%
Totals 49,302 100.00%
Voter turnout %
Republican hold


  1. ^ 2006 State Assembly Results
  2. ^ 2004 State Assembly Results
  3. ^ 2002 State Assembly Results

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