California Attorney General election, 2002

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California Attorney General election, 2002
California
1998 ←
November 5, 2002
→ 2006

  Bill-Lockyer.jpg
Nominee Bill Lockyer Dick Ackerman
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 3,716,282 2,920,752
Percentage 51.32 40.33

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Election results by county

Attorney General before election

Bill Lockyer
Democratic

Elected Attorney General

Bill Lockyer
Democratic

The 2002 California Attorney General election occurred on November 5, 2002. The primary elections took place on March 5, 2002. The Democratic incumbent, Bill Lockyer, easily defeated the Republican nominee, State Senate Minority Leader Dick Ackerman.

Primary Results[edit]

A bar graph of statewide results in this contest are available at http://primary2002.ss.ca.gov/Returns/atg/00.htm.

Results by county are available at http://primary2002.ss.ca.gov/Returns/atg/00.htm#cty.

Democratic[edit]

California Attorney General Democratic primary, 2002
Candidate Votes Percentage
Bill Lockyer 1,715,460 82.93%
Mike Schmier 353,228 17.07%
Total votes 2,068,688 100.00%

Others[edit]

California Attorney General primary, 2002 (Others)
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Dick Ackerman 1,838,007 100.00%
Green Glen Freeman Mowrer 35,253 100.00%
American Independent Diane Beall Templin 27,135 100.00%
Libertarian Ed Kuwatch 19,089 100.00%

Results[edit]

California Attorney General election, 2002[1][2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Bill Lockyer (incumbent) 3,716,282 51.32%
Republican Dick Ackerman 2,920,752 40.33%
Green Glen Freeman Mowrer 283,173 3.91%
American Independent Diane Beall Templin 194,358 2.68%
Libertarian Ed Kuwatch 127,152 1.76%
Invalid or blank votes 497,104 6.42%
Totals 7,738,821 100.00%
Voter turnout 36.05%
Democratic hold

Results by county[edit]

Results from the Secretary of State of California.[1]

County Lockyer Votes Ackerman Votes Mowrer Votes Templin Votes Kuwatch Votes
San Francisco 73.75% 150,730 14.88% 30,419 7.77% 15,882 1.97% 4,026 1.62% 3,316
Alameda 68.98% 232,180 20.96% 70,550 6.85% 23,072 1.83% 6,161 1.38% 4,639
Marin 63.27% 55,164 26.40% 23,015 7.34% 6,403 1.55% 1,350 1.44% 1,257
San Mateo 62.35% 104,457 28.39% 47,553 4.89% 8,191 2.72% 4,553 1.65% 2,766
Los Angeles 59.67% 978,010 32.21% 527,970 3.60% 59,008 2.72% 44,611 1.80% 29,450
Santa Clara 58.74% 203,254 32.45% 112,292 4.15% 14,345 2.62% 9,065 2.05% 7,081
Santa Cruz 58.60% 44,484 25.97% 19,712 10.36% 7,863 2.37% 1,797 2.71% 2,060
Contra Costa 57.34% 144,312 34.64% 87,169 3.89% 9,789 2.58% 6,486 1.56% 3,915
Sonoma 56.59% 80,404 29.71% 42,216 8.73% 12,406 2.91% 4,141 2.06% 2,925
Monterey 56.47% 48,391 35.02% 30,009 3.59% 3,077 2.77% 2,377 2.15% 1,840
Solano 55.46% 48,085 37.00% 32,080 3.09% 2,683 2.93% 2,543 1.51% 1,308
Imperial 55.28% 11,916 37.23% 8,024 2.45% 528 3.63% 783 1.41% 304
Napa 54.28% 19,688 36.33% 13,175 4.83% 1,751 2.65% 962 1.91% 693
Yolo 54.06% 24,841 35.49% 16,307 6.51% 2,993 2.25% 1,032 1.68% 774
San Benito 53.17% 6,500 39.47% 4,826 2.68% 328 2.91% 356 1.77% 216
Lake 51.97% 8,236 38.60% 6,117 4.67% 740 2.78% 440 1.99% 315
Mendocino 50.66% 12,323 30.69% 7,465 12.48% 3,036 2.72% 661 3.45% 838
Sacramento 49.55% 154,010 42.31% 131,519 3.73% 11,607 2.97% 9,230 1.44% 4,474
Merced 49.14% 19,577 44.32% 17,657 2.12% 845 3.01% 1,201 1.40% 556
Humboldt 48.22% 20,219 34.86% 14,616 12.36% 5,184 1.99% 836 2.57% 1,076
San Joaquin 48.12% 57,712 44.94% 53,902 2.63% 3,152 2.86% 3,426 1.45% 1,739
Stanislaus 47.56% 45,227 45.88% 43,632 2.47% 2,353 2.85% 2,709 1.24% 1,180
Alpine 46.81% 257 37.70% 207 7.10% 39 5.83% 32 2.55% 14
Santa Barbara 46.47% 51,671 44.31% 49,272 5.32% 5,918 2.25% 2,499 1.66% 1,842
Ventura 45.25% 84,750 46.72% 87,496 3.29% 6,165 2.78% 5,203 1.95% 3,661
Del Norte 44.80% 2,980 45.04% 2,996 3.52% 234 3.92% 261 2.72% 181
San Bernardino 44.40% 120,704 48.27% 131,235 2.32% 6,302 3.30% 8,980 1.71% 4,652
San Diego 44.30% 278,746 47.99% 301,980 2.95% 18,536 2.84% 17,901 1.92% 12,056
Kings 43.88% 9,184 51.14% 10,703 1.29% 270 2.74% 573 0.96% 200
Fresno 43.80% 66,829 50.02% 76,307 2.16% 3,298 2.73% 4,169 1.28% 1,959
Riverside 43.37% 129,958 50.35% 150,867 2.01% 6,013 2.85% 8,538 1.42% 4,252
Amador 42.70% 5,499 49.80% 6,413 2.98% 384 2.98% 384 1.53% 197
Tuolumne 42.38% 7,545 49.58% 8,827 3.56% 633 2.99% 532 1.49% 265
Trinity 41.43% 1,988 45.24% 2,171 5.58% 268 4.04% 194 3.71% 178
San Luis Obispo 40.46% 32,382 50.17% 40,153 4.84% 3,875 2.51% 2,010 2.02% 1,616
Mono 39.54% 1,155 49.81% 1,455 5.27% 154 2.77% 81 2.60% 76
Calaveras 39.41% 5,913 50.42% 7,564 4.58% 687 3.37% 505 2.23% 334
Tulare 37.81% 23,457 56.62% 35,121 1.67% 1,033 2.72% 1,687 1.18% 735
Nevada 37.80% 14,613 50.87% 19,665 6.90% 2,669 2.51% 969 1.92% 744
Tehama 37.62% 5,749 53.84% 8,228 2.76% 422 3.28% 502 2.50% 382
Butte 37.32% 22,400 51.38% 30,842 6.54% 3,926 2.89% 1,734 1.87% 1,121
Mariposa 37.27% 2,367 53.14% 3,375 4.02% 255 3.90% 248 1.67% 106
Plumas 37.20% 2,880 53.36% 4,131 3.77% 292 3.62% 280 2.05% 159
Madera 36.99% 9,624 56.83% 14,785 1.89% 492 2.84% 738 1.45% 377
Kern 36.66% 48,802 56.98% 75,851 1.72% 2,296 2.83% 3,761 1.81% 2,409
Siskiyou 36.44% 5,577 53.81% 8,235 3.54% 542 3.02% 462 3.20% 489
Placer 36.28% 34,531 57.14% 54,387 2.82% 2,684 2.40% 2,288 1.35% 1,286
El Dorado 36.00% 19,821 55.32% 30,464 3.97% 2,188 2.89% 1,594 1.81% 998
Sierra 35.77% 509 53.27% 758 3.51% 50 3.87% 55 3.58% 51
Orange 35.52% 219,839 57.40% 355,234 2.54% 15,718 2.60% 16,082 1.94% 12,009
Inyo 35.54% 2,195 55.17% 3,408 3.71% 229 3.22% 199 2.36% 146
Shasta 35.29% 16,974 57.07% 27,451 2.27% 1,094 3.16% 1,522 2.20% 1,059
Lassen 34.92% 2,661 56.86% 4,333 2.09% 159 4.03% 307 2.10% 160
Yuba 34.90% 4,006 56.50% 6,486 3.36% 386 3.65% 419 1.59% 182
Colusa 34.49% 1,546 59.74% 2,678 1.87% 84 2.23% 100 1.67% 75
Sutter 33.53% 6,390 60.65% 11,558 1.95% 372 2.59% 494 1.28% 243
Glenn 31.72% 2,042 60.44% 3,891 2.87% 185 2.94% 189 2.03% 131
Modoc 30.77% 1,018 60.46% 2,000 2.57% 85 3.63% 120 2.57% 85

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Secretary of State" (PDF). Secretary of State of California. 2002-12-16. Retrieved 2008-07-29. 
  2. ^ "Registration and Participation" (PDF). Secretary of State of California. 2002-12-18. Retrieved 2008-07-29. 

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