California's 35th State Senate district
|California's 35th State Senate district|
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California's 35th State Senate district is one of 40 California State Senate districts. It was most recently represented by Democrat Roderick Wright of Inglewood, who resigned to serve a jail sentence after being convicted for perjury and voter fraud.
The district straddles Interstate 110, including the inland portions of the South Bay. The district stretches from Inglewood in the north down to the Port of Los Angeles and the San Pedro neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Election results from statewide races
|2012||President||Obama 80.3 – 17.9%|
|Senator||Feinstein 80.8 – 19.2%|
|California State Senate elections, 2012|
|Democratic||Roderick Wright (incumbent)||40,312||57.4%|
|Republican||Charlotte A. Svolos||18,793||26.8%|
|Democratic||Roderick Wright (incumbent)||192,483||76.5%|
|Republican||Charlotte A. Svolos||59,077||23.5%|