California lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2006

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California lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2006
California
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November 7, 2006
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Nominee John Garamendi Tom McClintock
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 4,189,584 3,845,858
Percentage 49.12% 45.09%

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Electoral results by county

Lt. Governor before election

Cruz Bustamante
Democratic

Elected Lt. Governor

John Garamendi
Democratic

The 2006 California lieutenant gubernatorial election occurred on November 7, 2006. The primary elections took place on June 6, 2006. Insurance Commissioner John Garamendi, the Democratic nominee, narrowly defeated the Republican nominee, State Senator Tom McClintock, for the office previously held by Democrat Cruz Bustamante, who was term-limited and ran for Insurance Commissioner.

Primary results[edit]

A bar graph of statewide results in this contest are available at http://primary2006.ss.ca.gov/Returns/ltg/00.htm.

Results by county are available here and here.

Democratic[edit]

California Lt. Governor Democratic primary, 2006
Candidate Votes Percentage
John Garamendi 1,045,130 42.53%
Jackie Speier 975,547 39.70%
Liz Figueroa 436,868 17.78%
Total votes 2,457,545 100.00%

Republican[edit]

California Lt. Governor Republican primary, 2006
Candidate Votes Percentage
Tom McClintock 1,760,667 93.75%
Tony Farmer 117,335 6.25%
Total votes 1,878,002 100.00%

Others[edit]

California Lt. Governor primary, 2006 (Others)
Party Candidate Votes %
Green Donna Warren 31,162 100.00%
American Independent Jim King 29,014 100.00%
Libertarian Lynette Shaw 16,128 100.00%
Peace and Freedom Stewart Alexander 3,549 100.00%

Results[edit]

California lieutenant governor election, 2006[1][2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Garamendi 4,189,584 49.12%
Republican Tom McClintock 3,845,858 45.09%
Green Donna Warren 239,107 2.80%
Libertarian Lynnette Shaw 142,851 1.67%
American Independent Jim King 68,446 0.80%
Peace and Freedom Stewart Alexander 43,319 0.51%
Invalid or blank votes 369,894 4.16%
Totals 8,899,059 100.00%
Voter turnout 39.29%
Democratic hold

Results by county[edit]

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

County Garamendi Votes McClintock Votes Warren Votes Others Votes
San Francisco 74.15% 175,882 17.65% 41,871 5.32% 12,629 2.87% 6,828
Alameda 68.48% 270,885 25.46% 100,689 4.49% 17,777 2.72% 10,741
Marin 64.85% 67,170 28.94% 29,978 3.98% 4,126 3.05% 3,159
Santa Cruz 63.30% 55,352 28.59% 25,001 5.64% 4,935 3.56% 3,117
San Mateo 62.67% 125,199 32.50% 64,934 3.52% 7,033 2.24% 4,482
Sonoma 60.70% 103,019 32.59% 55,320 4.60% 7,808 3.51% 5,962
Los Angeles 58.82% 1,116,151 37.03% 702,553 2.50% 47,463 3.19% 60,531
Santa Clara 57.61% 238,352 37.56% 155,389 2.91% 12,050 3.27% 13,509
Contra Costa 56.90% 167,965 38.81% 114,567 2.84% 8,387 2.62% 7,751
Yolo 54.05% 28,845 40.83% 21,793 3.72% 1,983 1.94% 1,035
Mendocino 54.09% 16,179 35.58% 10,641 7.11% 2,128 4.76% 1,422
Monterey 53.67% 45,809 41.29% 35,239 3.21% 2,742 3.34% 2,852
Solano 53.22% 54,105 42.87% 43,590 2.45% 2,493 2.61% 2,653
Napa 52.81% 21,858 41.89% 17,337 3.62% 1,500 2.88% 1,195
Humboldt 50.21% 23,595 39.56% 18,592 7.31% 3,435 4.27% 2,005
Alpine 48.95% 257 42.67% 224 4.76% 25 3.81% 20
Imperial 49.16% 10,334 44.58% 9,372 4.10% 862 5.47% 1,151
San Benito 48.32% 6,745 47.31% 6,604 2.62% 366 3.51% 489
San Joaquin 47.97% 65,145 48.43% 65,762 2.01% 2,731 2.84% 3,857
Lake 47.51% 9,018 45.55% 8,647 4.27% 811 4.58% 867
Sacramento 47.19% 165,252 48.34% 169,300 2.89% 10,129 2.89% 10,124
Santa Barbara 44.69% 53,443 50.41% 60,275 3.03% 3,625 2.92% 3,489
Mono 44.58% 1,636 49.65% 1,822 3.16% 116 3.96% 145
Merced 44.50% 18,089 51.61% 20,977 2.01% 817 3.83% 1,559
Stanislaus 43.19% 44,106 53.75% 54,885 1.84% 1,878 2.29% 2,330
Del Norte 42.58% 2,761 51.62% 3,347 3.01% 195 4.85% 315
Calaveras 42.21% 7,513 53.67% 9,553 2.38% 424 2.82% 502
San Diego 41.60% 311,988 54.10% 405,673 2.58% 19,369 2.94% 22,008
Ventura 41.32% 89,988 55.14% 120,089 2.03% 4,429 2.48% 5,397
San Bernardino 41.45% 138,032 54.29% 180,824 2.37% 7,909 3.64% 12,126
Tuolumne 40.65% 8,491 55.14% 11,517 2.56% 534 2.66% 555
San Luis Obispo 39.68% 37,591 55.46% 52,536 3.13% 2,964 2.69% 2,545
Nevada 39.07% 16,613 54.73% 23,275 4.11% 1,749 2.60% 1,105
Fresno 39.14% 67,506 57.15% 98,580 2.20% 3,792 2.84% 4,882
Trinity 38.74% 2,199 51.92% 2,947 5.39% 306 5.06% 287
Amador 38.72% 5,697 57.41% 8,448 2.26% 333 2.78% 409
Riverside 38.72% 144,014 57.42% 213,564 2.07% 7,712 3.52% 13,119
Butte 37.53% 25,282 56.07% 37,774 4.15% 2,797 3.70% 2,497
Mariposa 36.81% 2,749 57.97% 4,330 3.07% 229 3.54% 264
Kings 35.59% 7,925 61.11% 13,608 1.90% 422 3.04% 678
Siskiyou 35.12% 5,700 59.16% 9,602 3.04% 493 4.32% 700
Plumas 35.01% 3,047 60.00% 5,221 2.86% 249 3.51% 305
Orange 34.41% 244,176 61.94% 439,549 2.10% 14,911 2.69% 19,038
Inyo 34.55% 2,165 59.14% 3,706 3.42% 214 4.90% 307
El Dorado 33.96% 22,634 61.48% 40,982 2.77% 1,845 2.71% 1,808
Placer 33.58% 40,770 62.67% 76,098 2.27% 2,759 2.31% 2,795
Madera 33.67% 9,988 62.92% 18,665 1.85% 550 2.83% 839
Tulare 32.83% 22,240 64.29% 43,553 1.66% 1,122 2.55% 1,722
Yuba 31.70% 4,283 62.69% 8,470 3.42% 462 3.96% 534
Lassen 30.97% 2,613 63.71% 5,376 2.89% 244 3.65% 308
Sutter 30.81% 7,166 65.99% 15,347 1.80% 419 2.80% 653
Colusa 30.42% 1,470 66.73% 3,225 1.82% 88 2.44% 118
Kern 30.36% 44,516 66.17% 97,035 1.96% 2,869 2.94% 4,319
Tehama 30.55% 5,345 65.47% 11,454 1.85% 324 4.15% 726
Shasta 30.08% 17,231 65.76% 37,668 2.18% 1,249 3.52% 2,016
Sierra 29.60% 462 63.61% 993 4.16% 65 4.16% 65
Glenn 28.00% 2,052 68.27% 5,003 1.87% 137 3.36% 246
Modoc 26.87% 986 67.68% 2,484 2.56% 94 4.22% 155

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Lieutenant Governor" (PDF). Secretary of State of California. 2006-12-16. Retrieved 2008-07-16. 
  2. ^ "Registration and Participation" (PDF). Secretary of State of California. 2006-12-18. Retrieved 2008-07-16. 

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