California State Treasurer election, 2002

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California State Treasurer election, 2002
California
1998 ←
November 5, 2002
→ 2006

  Phil Angelides FCIC.jpg
Nominee Phil Angelides Greg Conlon
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 3,546,583 2,914,138
Percentage 49.30 40.51

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Election results by county

Treasurer before election

Phil Angelides
Democratic

Elected Treasurer

Phil Angelides
Democratic

The 2002 California State Treasurer election occurred on November 5, 2002. The primary elections took place on March 5, 2002. The Democratic incumbent, Phil Angelides, defeated the Republican nominee, Greg Conlon.

Primary results[edit]

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

Results by county are available here and here.

Republican[edit]

California State Treasurer Republican primary, 2002
Candidate Votes Percentage
Greg Conlon 1,008,247 51.17%
Mary A. Toman 962,123 48.83%
Total votes 1,970,370 100.00%

Others[edit]

California State Treasurer primary, 2002 (Others)
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Phil Angelides 1,884,632 100.00%
Green Jeanne-Marie Rosenmeier 35,280 100.00%
American Independent Nathan E. Johnson 26,743 100.00%
Libertarian Marian Smithson 19,208 100.00%
Natural Law Sylvia Valentine 4,312 100.00%

Results[edit]

California State Treasurer election, 2002[1][2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Phil Angelides (incumbent) 3,546,583 49.30%
Republican Greg Conlon 2,914,138 40.51%
Green Jeanne-Marie Rosenmeier 356,077 4.95%
Libertarian Marian Smithson 168,401 2.34%
Natural Law Sylvia Valentine 111,453 1.55%
American Independent Nathan E. Johnson 96,817 1.35%
Invalid or blank votes 545,352 7.05%
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 Angelides Votes Conlon Votes Rosen. Votes Smith. Votes Others Votes
San Francisco 70.31% 141,131 15.78% 31,671 9.38% 18,831 2.00% 4,005 2.53% 5,081
Alameda 65.16% 216,101 22.50% 74,619 8.40% 27,877 1.82% 6,051 2.12% 7,024
Marin 59.67% 51,390 28.31% 24,381 8.99% 7,740 1.81% 1,559 1.23% 1,058
Los Angeles 58.15% 956,205 31.94% 525,312 4.15% 68,174 2.55% 41,967 3.21% 52,774
San Mateo 57.29% 94,313 31.09% 51,176 6.16% 10,144 2.30% 3,788 3.15% 5,191
Santa Cruz 55.95% 42,042 26.68% 20,049 11.83% 8,889 2.83% 2,130 2.71% 2,034
Santa Clara 55.55% 190,569 33.88% 116,203 5.37% 18,437 2.56% 8,770 2.64% 9,051
Monterey 53.95% 45,186 36.44% 30,521 4.53% 3,791 2.13% 1,785 2.95% 2,471
Solano 53.90% 46,274 36.91% 31,685 4.29% 3,685 1.96% 1,685 2.94% 2,521
Contra Costa 53.82% 133,825 36.37% 90,422 5.31% 13,212 2.22% 5,531 2.28% 5,658
Sonoma 53.58% 75,534 30.65% 43,206 10.72% 15,113 2.49% 3,509 2.56% 3,606
Yolo 53.45% 24,093 35.04% 15,793 7.53% 3,393 1.62% 730 2.36% 1,064
Imperial 51.22% 10,647 37.88% 7,875 2.47% 513 1.81% 377 6.61% 1,375
Napa 51.17% 18,114 37.40% 13,238 6.37% 2,255 2.30% 815 2.75% 975
Lake 49.37% 7,716 39.34% 6,149 6.10% 953 2.14% 334 3.05% 477
Sacramento 49.23% 152,599 42.00% 130,211 4.72% 14,622 1.75% 5,438 2.30% 7,125
San Benito 48.57% 5,766 41.56% 4,934 4.19% 498 2.24% 266 3.44% 408
Mendocino 47.19% 11,413 31.43% 7,602 15.13% 3,659 2.92% 706 3.33% 805
Merced 46.28% 18,336 45.00% 17,827 3.27% 1,294 1.74% 690 3.72% 1,472
San Joaquin 45.91% 54,821 45.33% 54,120 3.64% 4,350 1.70% 2,031 3.41% 4,077
Humboldt 45.22% 18,777 35.70% 14,823 14.16% 5,878 2.77% 1,150 2.16% 897
Stanislaus 44.90% 41,970 46.64% 43,594 3.26% 3,043 1.54% 1,436 3.66% 3,425
Santa Barbara 44.14% 48,376 44.87% 49,176 6.29% 6,891 2.34% 2,560 2.37% 2,603
Alpine 43.77% 232 38.87% 206 9.43% 50 3.96% 21 3.96% 21
Del Norte 43.27% 2,831 45.13% 2,953 4.77% 312 2.86% 187 3.97% 260
Ventura 42.87% 79,571 46.96% 87,169 4.39% 8,153 2.56% 4,743 3.22% 5,976
San Diego 42.68% 267,005 48.20% 301,503 3.91% 24,477 2.44% 15,244 2.77% 17,357
San Bernardino 42.37% 115,468 47.74% 130,088 3.31% 9,019 2.88% 7,835 3.71% 10,105
Riverside 41.32% 122,630 50.59% 150,157 3.04% 9,025 2.34% 6,934 2.71% 8,038
Fresno 41.12% 62,135 50.43% 76,200 3.37% 5,086 1.83% 2,767 3.25% 4,905
Amador 40.43% 5,176 50.57% 6,475 4.44% 568 1.93% 247 2.63% 337
Kings 39.98% 8,315 52.03% 10,821 3.19% 664 1.52% 317 3.28% 682
Tuolumne 39.53% 7,008 50.57% 8,965 4.82% 854 2.10% 372 2.98% 529
Trinity 39.31% 1,878 45.24% 2,161 7.49% 358 4.23% 202 3.73% 178
San Luis Obispo 38.88% 30,862 50.07% 39,743 6.19% 4,911 2.51% 1,996 2.34% 1,857
Plumas 38.88% 3,022 50.48% 3,923 4.79% 372 2.50% 194 3.36% 261
Calaveras 37.00% 5,483 50.86% 7,538 5.63% 835 2.85% 423 3.65% 541
Butte 36.86% 22,011 50.49% 30,147 7.58% 4,528 2.33% 1,391 2.74% 1,636
Mono 36.65% 1,062 50.55% 1,465 6.52% 189 3.17% 92 3.11% 90
Nevada 36.55% 14,060 50.86% 19,567 8.15% 3,137 2.23% 859 2.20% 846
Siskiyou 36.46% 5,547 52.55% 7,994 4.23% 644 3.77% 573 2.99% 455
Sierra 36.33% 509 50.04% 701 4.78% 67 4.28% 60 4.57% 64
Tulare 36.35% 22,456 56.39% 34,831 2.61% 1,613 1.58% 977 3.06% 1,893
Tehama 36.30% 5,444 53.95% 8,092 3.09% 464 2.45% 367 4.21% 632
Kern 35.65% 47,088 55.45% 73,249 2.80% 3,701 1.99% 2,635 4.10% 5,415
Mariposa 35.53% 2,249 53.25% 3,370 5.21% 330 1.98% 125 4.03% 255
Lassen 35.52% 2,692 54.94% 4,164 3.25% 246 2.28% 173 4.01% 304
Placer 35.28% 33,407 57.20% 54,166 3.99% 3,780 1.78% 1,684 1.74% 1,652
Yuba 35.09% 3,974 54.89% 6,216 3.98% 451 2.24% 254 3.79% 429
Madera 34.85% 8,871 57.02% 14,514 3.04% 773 2.03% 517 3.06% 780
Inyo 34.72% 2,109 55.13% 3,349 4.40% 267 2.80% 170 2.96% 180
Orange 34.74% 212,887 55.94% 342,847 3.70% 22,697 2.74% 16,766 2.88% 17,655
Colusa 34.56% 1,523 58.16% 2,563 2.50% 110 1.50% 66 3.29% 145
Shasta 34.20% 16,262 56.37% 26,806 3.32% 1,579 2.63% 1,252 3.48% 1,657
El Dorado 34.11% 18,472 56.58% 30,644 5.02% 2,718 2.17% 1,174 2.12% 1,150
Sutter 32.96% 6,144 60.09% 11,201 3.00% 560 1.36% 254 2.58% 481
Glenn 31.69% 2,004 59.84% 3,784 3.16% 200 1.90% 120 3.42% 216
Modoc 30.36% 998 60.21% 1,979 2.95% 97 2.95% 97 3.53% 116

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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

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