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California Secretary of State - Elections Division
2004 California Presidential and Congressional Primary Results
Partisan Filing Deadline: 11/20/03, Primary: 3/2/04, Filing Deadline for Independents: ?, Presidential Filing Deadline: 8/6/04,
List of State Parties
President, 41.7% in '00, 1st term, Polls,
U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry (D) 64.5%,
U.S. Sen. John R. Edwards (D) 19.7%, U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D) 4.6%, ex-Gov. Howard Dean (D) 4.2%, Rev. Al Sharpton (D) 1.9%, U.S. Sen. Joseph L. Lieberman (D) 1.7%, ex-NATO commander General Wesley K. Clark (retired) (D) 1.7%, ex-U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley-Braun (D) 0.8%, U.S. Rep. Richard A. "Dick" Gephardt (D) 0.6%, '00 candidate / Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (D) 0.3%,
George W. "Dubya" Bush (R) attorney Michael A. "Mike" Peroutka (AI),
1976 Socialist Workers Party Pres. nominee / '02 nominee / '03 recall candidate investment advisor Peter Miguel Camejo (G) 75.5%, '02 TX Att. Gen. nominee / attorney David Keith Cobb (G) 11.7%, '02 Congressional nominee / environmental activist Lorna Salzman (G) 10.8%, Kent Mesplay (G) 2.0%,
Gary Nolan (L) 58.8%, Hollywood producer '98 NV GOP governor candidate Aaron Russo (L) 24.7%, Michael Badnarik (L) 16.5%,
Natural Law Party Nominee
Leonard Peltier (PF) 58.3%, '02 Congressional nominee / Socialist Party nominee ex-St. Rep. / attorney Walter F. "Walt" Brown (PF) 41.7%,
Senator, Polls
Barbara Boxer (D), ex-Sec. of St. / '02 Gov. candidate William "Bill" Jones (R) 45.4%,
ex-U.S. Treasurer / ex-Huntington Park Mayor Rosario Marin (R) 20.0%, ex-St. AM / radio talk show host Howard Kaloogian (R) 10.5%, ex-US S.B.A. official / ex-Los Altos Hills Mayor Toni C. Casey (R) 6.3%, Ass't. D.A. Tim Stoen (R) 5.7%, barber / '02 write-in Governor candidate James "Stew" Stewart (R) 3.5%, ex-Monterey Park Mayor Barry L. Hatch (R) 3.1%, businessman John M. Van Zandt (R) 2.5%, '02 Governor candidate / country singer Danney Ball (R) 1.6%, 2000 Congressional nominee / electrical engineer G. M. "Bill" Quraishi (R) 1.4%,
Judge James P. "Jim" Gray (L) 57.1%, 2000 nominee / nurse / '02 Sec. of St. nominee Gail K. Lightfoot (L) 42.9%,
teacher Marsha J. Feinland (PF),
chiropractor / '00 & '02 Congressional nominee Don J. Grundmann (AI),
marketing consultant / ex-psychotherapist Steven Morrison (I),
1st Congressional District
C. Michael "Mike" Thompson (D), CPA / '00 candidate / '02 nominee Lawrence R. Wiesner (R), mother / '00 Reform Party nominee Pamela Elizondo (G) 54.5%, school board member William Meyers (G) 44.5%,
2nd Congressional District
'02 nominee Mike Johnson (D) 44.3%, physician Arjinderpal Singh "A.J." Sekhon (D) 30.4%, businessman Jeffrey P. Vance (D) 25.3%, Wally Herger (R),
3rd Congressional District, Polls
financial consultant Gabe Castillo (D), ex-Att. Gen. / ex-U.S. Rep. / '98 Gov. nominee Daniel E. "Dan" Lungren (R) 38.9%, St. Sen. Thomas "Rico" Oller (R) 35.8%, Congressman's sister / businessman Mary Ose (R) 23.5%, '02 nominee / corp. manager Richard Frankhuizen (R) 1.8%, '98, '00 '02 nominee / retired civil engineer Douglas Arthur "Art" Tuma (L),
4th Congressional District
businessman David I. Winters (D), John T. Doolittle (R),
5th Congressional District
Robert T. Matsui (D), consultant Mike Dugas (R), software developer Pat Driscoll (G),
potter / peace activist John C. Reiger (PF),
6th Congressional District
Lynn C. Woolsey (D) 84.0%, public relations consultant Renn A. Vara (D) 16.0%, real estate appraiser Paul L. Erikson (R), recall candidate / marketing research coordinator / '02 nominee Jeffrey "Jeff" Rainforth (I/Rfm)?,
7th Congressional District
George Miller (D), housing finance officer / '02 nominee Charles R. Hargrave (R),
8th Congressional District
Nancy Pelosi (D), attorney Jennifer Depalma (R), community volunteer Leilani D. Dowell (PF),
9th Congressional District
Barbara Lee (D), businesswoman Claudia Bermudez (R), internet consultant '02 nominee James M. "Jim" Eyer (L),
10th Congressional District
Ellen O. Tauscher (D), Jeff Ketelson (R),
11th Congressional District
No Democrat Richard W. Pombo (R),
12th Congressional District
Tom Lantos (D) 73.7%, attorney Rohit "Ro" Khanna (D) 19.6%, software consultant / '02 Libertarian nominee Maad H. Abu-Ghazaleh (D) 6.7%, businessman S. Mike Garza (R) 55.4%, financial advisor Christopher Huskins (R) 44.6%, landscape painter Patricia Gray (G) 69.9%, small business owner Robert B. Hermanson (G) 30.1%,
software engineer Harland Harrison (L),
13th Congressional District
Fortney H. "Pete" Stark (D), consultant George I. Bruno (R), software engineer / '02 nominee Mark W. Stroberg (L),
14th Congressional District
Anna G. Eshoo (D), teacher / '98 nominee John C. "Chris" Haugen (R), engineer Brian Holtz (L),
15th Congressional District
Michael H. "Mike" Honda (D), engineer Raymond L. Chukwu (R),
16th Congressional District
Zoe Lofgren (D), scientist / '02 nominee Douglass A. McNea (R), information technology manager Markus Welch (L),
17th Congressional District
Sam Farr (D) 91.1%, businessman / '02 candidate Art Dunn (D) 8.9%, businessman Mark J. Risley (R) 74.4%, businessman / '00 Democratic candidate Connor Constant Vlakancic (R) 25.6%, legal activist / '02 nominee Raymond C. "Ray" Glock-Greuneich (G),
investment advisor Joel R. Smolen (L),
bookseller Joseph Williams (PF),
18th Congressional District
Dennis A. Cardoza (D), contractor Charles F. Pringle, Sr. (R) 68.3%, consultant Audrey Redmond (R) 31.7%,
19th Congressional District
businessman James Lex Bufford (D), George P. Radanovich (R), teacher Larry R. Mullen (G),
20th Congressional District
ex-St. Sen. / businessman Jim Costa (D) 73.3%, congressional aide Lisa Quigley (D) 26.7%, St. Sen. Roy Ashburn (R) 79.8%, businesswomen Gino L. Martorana (R) 20.2%,
21st Congressional District
ex-probation officer Fred B. Davis (D), Devin G. Nunes (R),
22nd Congressional District
No Democrat William M. "Bill" Thomas (R),
23rd Congressional District
Lois Capps (D), audiologist / '02 candidate Donald E. "Don" Regan (R), financial advisor Michael Favorite (L),
24th Congressional District
political scientist Brett Wagner (D), Elton W. Gallegly (R), analyst Stuart Bechman (G),
25th Congressional District
businessman Fred T. Willoughby (D) 55.9%, rancher / attorney / '96 / '98 & '02 nominee Robert "Bob" Conaway (D) 44.1%, Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R),
26th Congressional District
environmental consultant Cynthia M. Matthews (D) 61.5%, CEO / computer scientist Vicki Lynn Johnson (D) 38.5%, David Dreier (R) 83.6%, businessman S. Sonny Sardo (R) 16.4%, '00 & '02 nominee / Dr. Randall G. Weissbuch (L),
27th Congressional District
Brad Sherman (D), '02 nominee / attorney Robert M. Levy (R), administrative assistant Eric J. Carter (G),
28th Congressional District
Howard L. Berman (D) 82.2%, teacher Charles R. Coleman, Jr. (D) 17.8%, '02 nominee / insurance adjuster David R. Hernandez, Jr. (R), philosophy professor / '02 nominee Kelley L. Ross (L),
29th Congressional District
Adam B. Schiff (D), attorney Harry F. Scolinos (R) 58.7%, councilman William J. Bodell (R) 28.2%, physician Reza Torchizy (R) 13.1%, entrepreneur Philip Koebel (G),
'98 U.S. Senate nominee / '00 & '02 Congressional nominee / fraud investigator Ted Brown (L),
30th Congressional District
Henry A. Waxman (D), economist Victor Eilzalde (R),
31st Congressional District
Xavier Becerra (D) 89.6%, '98 St. Treasurer candidate Mervin L. Evans (D) 10.4%, educator / journalist / '02 nominee Luis Vega (R),
32nd Congressional District
Hilda L. Solis (D), No Republican securities registrar / musician Leland Faegre (L),
33rd Congressional District
Diane Edith Watson (D), No Republican chemist Robert G. Weber, Jr. (L),
34th Congressional District
Lucille Roybal-Allard (D), government employee / '98, '00 & '02 nominee Wayne Miller (R),
35th Congressional District
Maxine Waters (D), activist / retired police lieutenant / '02 nominee Ross Moen (R), businessman / '02 nominee Charles Tate (L),
mechanical engineer / '96, '98, '00 & '02 nominee Gordon Michael Mego (AI),
36th Congressional District
Jane Harman (D), teacher Paul Whitehead (R) 43.2%, retired nurse / '02 candidate Gloria E. Davis (R) 30.8%, chief legal officer Lee J. Leslie (R) 26.0%, software project manager Mike Binkley (L),
physician Alice Stek (PF),
37th Congressional District
Juanita Millender-McDonald (D) 65.2%, Albert Robles (D) 18.7%, professor Peter Matthews (D) 16.1%, educational consultant / '00 nominee Vernon Van (R), '00 & '02 nominee / retired aerospace engineer Herbert G. "Herb" Peters (L),
38th Congressional District
Grace Flores Napolitano (D) 79.1%, teacher Michael J. Manzo (D) 20.9%, No Republican
39th Congressional District
Linda T. Sanchez (D), '02 nominee / businessman Tim Escobar (R),
40th Congressional District
school board member J. Tilman Williams (D) 52.0%, family counselor / '98 & '02 nominee Christina Avalos (D) 48.0%, Edward R. Royce (R),
41st Congressional District
No Democrat Jerry Lewis (R), law school pres. Peymon Motthrdeh (L),
42nd Congressional District
Lewis Myers (D), Gary G. Miller (R),
43rd Congressional District
Joe Baca (D), San Bernardino Co. Planning Comm'r. Ed Laning (R),
44th Congressional District
college administrator / '02 nominee Louis Vandenberg (D), Kenneth Calvert (R) 85.8%, David Rizzo (R) 14.2%, hospital supervisor / '96 nominee Kevin Akin (PF),
45th Congressional District
investment manager Richard J. Meyer (D) 70.9%, car valet Dennis Lockhart (D) 29.1%, Mary Bono (R) 86.0%, consultant / engineer / builder John Barker (R) 14.0%,
46th Congressional District
businessman Jim Brandt (D) 49.1%, financial advisor Tan D. Nguyen (D) 32.1%, businessman Paul C. Wilkins (D) 18.8%, Dana Rohrabacher (R) 83.5%, ex-U.S. Rep. Robert K. "Bob" Dornan (R) 16.5%, education coordinator / microbiologist Thomas Wesley "Tom" Lash (G),
'00 & '02 nominee / engineer Keith D. Gann (L),
47th Congressional District
Loretta B. Sanchez (D), Education Board member Alexandria A. "Alex" Coronado (R) 58.8%, coin dealer Virgel L. Nickell (R) 41.2%,
48th Congressional District
professor / '00 & '02 nominee John L. Graham (D), Christopher "Chris" Cox (R), realtor Bruce D. Cohen (L),
49th Congressional District
prof. / '02 candidate Michael P. "Mike" Byron (D), Darrell Issa (R), '02 St. Sen. candidate mortgage banker Lars R. Grossmith (L),
50th Congressional District
school district member Francine P. Busby (D), Randy "Duke" Cunningham (R), professor Gary M. Waayers (G),
attorney / '96 American Party Presidental nominee / '00 Senate nominee '02 Att. Gen. nominee / Diana Beall Templin (AI),
horseshoer Brandon C. Osborne (L),
51st Congressional District
Bob Filner (D) 76.3%,. businessman Daniel C. "Danny" Ramirez (D) 23.7%, attorney / ex-Naval officer Michael Giorgino (R) 69%, businessman / veteran Ruben Ricardo Garcia (R) 31%, businessman Michael S. Metti (L),
52nd Congressional District
attorney Brian S. Keliher (D), Duncan Hunter (R), '00 & '02 nominee / businessman Michael "Mike" Benoit (L),
53rd Congressional District
Susan A. Davis (D), engineer / small businessman Darin Hunzeker (R), professor Lawrence P. Rockwood (G),
law student Adam Van Susteren (L),

1. Key to California Political Parties:
(AI) = American-Independent Party
- Affiliated with the Constitution Party
(Pagan) = American Pagan Party
(AR) = American Reform Party
(Cal) = California Secessionist Party
(Com) = Communist Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(Ind) = Independence Party
(I) = independent candidates
(IA) = Independent American Party
(Labor) = Labor Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(M) = Marijuana Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(P) = Patriot Party
(P&F) = Peace and Freedom Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party
(SE) = Socialist Equality Party
(SL) = Socialist Labor Party
(SW)= Socialist Workers Party
(WW) = Workers World Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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