California lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2002

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California lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2002
California
1998 ←
November 5, 2002 → 2006

  Cruz Bustamante .10.06.jpg BruceMcPherson.jpg
Nominee Cruz Bustamante Bruce McPherson
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 3,589,804 3,031,571
Percentage 49.42% 41.74%

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Election results by county

Lt. Governor before election

Cruz Bustamante
Democratic

Elected Lt. Governor

Cruz Bustamante
Democratic

The 2002 California lieutenant gubernatorial election occurred on November 5, 2002. The primary elections took place on March 5, 2002. The Democratic incumbent, Cruz Bustamante, defeated the Republican nominee, State Senator Bruce McPherson.

Primary results[edit]

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

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

Democratic[edit]

California Lt. Governor Democratic primary, 2002
Candidate Votes Percentage
Cruz Bustamante 1,937,213 99.97%
Ronald J. Like 543 0.03%
Total votes 1,937,756 100.00%

Republican[edit]

California Lt. Governor Republican primary, 2002
Candidate Votes Percentage
Bruce McPherson 1,836,144 86.22%
Ellie Michaels 293,283 13.77%
Ronald J. Like 119 0.01%
Total votes 2,129,546 100.00%

Others[edit]

California Lt. Governor primary, 2002 (Others)
Party Candidate Votes %
Green Donna Warren 35,847 100.00%
American Independent Jim King 25,250 100.00%
Libertarian Pat Wright 18,506 100.00%
Reform Paul Jerry Hannosh 7,440 100.00%
Natural Law Kaylee Przybylak 4,143 100.00%

General election results[edit]

Final results from the Secretary of State of California:[1]

2002 Lieutenant Governor of California election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Cruz Bustamante (incumbent) 3,589,804 49.42%
Republican Bruce McPherson 3,031,571 41.74%
Green Donna Warren 298,951 4.12%
Libertarian Pat Wright 104,920 1.44%
American Independent Jim King 91,015 1.25%
Reform Paul Jerry Hanosh 80,307 1.11%
Natural Law Kalee Przybylak 66,847 0.92%
Invalid or blank votes 475,406 6.14%
Totals 7,738,821 100.00%
Voter turnout 36.05%
Democratic hold

Results by county[edit]

Results from the Secretary of State of California: [2]

County Bustamante Votes McPherson Votes Warren Votes Others Votes
San Francisco 65.82% 136,416 16.47% 34,133 14.00% 29,019 3.71% 7,690
Alameda 64.72% 217,350 23.07% 77,471 8.26% 27,734 3.96% 13,294
Marin 59.89% 53,109 28.84% 25,574 7.94% 7,042 3.34% 2,959
Los Angeles 58.81% 987,483 33.20% 557,459 3.39% 56,954 4.60% 77,287
San Mateo 58.13% 98,704 31.28% 53,106 6.16% 10,460 4.43% 7,515
Imperial 57.58% 12,501 35.99% 7,813 1.88% 408 4.55% 988
Sonoma 54.79% 79,691 30.70% 44,655 9.04% 13,147 5.46% 7,948
Solano 54.03% 47,592 37.61% 33,134 3.34% 2,939 5.02% 4,426
Santa Clara 53.58% 191,160 37.44% 133,565 4.15% 14,820 4.83% 17,246
Contra Costa 53.40% 141,285 38.00% 100,540 4.46% 11,804 4.14% 10,948
Napa 52.65% 19,357 36.95% 13,586 4.91% 1,807 5.49% 2,017
Yolo 52.16% 24,231 36.97% 17,176 6.72% 3,122 4.15% 1,926
Merced 50.46% 20,444 43.60% 17,665 1.86% 752 4.09% 1,656
Lake 49.95% 7,974 39.75% 6,346 4.80% 767 5.49% 876
Humboldt 49.29% 20,934 33.05% 14,036 11.83% 5,024 5.84% 2,479
Mendocino 48.71% 12,004 31.76% 7,827 13.12% 3,234 6.41% 1,579
Santa Barbara 47.42% 53,654 43.60% 49,325 4.60% 5,204 4.38% 4,957
San Joaquin 47.09% 58,151 45.62% 56,336 2.86% 3,527 4.43% 5,467
Stanislaus 46.18% 44,395 46.56% 44,754 2.50% 2,408 4.76% 4,571
Sacramento 45.97% 145,687 45.27% 143,475 4.20% 13,307 4.57% 14,476
San Benito 45.89% 5,728 48.14% 6,009 2.41% 301 3.56% 445
Alpine 45.64% 251 41.64% 229 5.27% 29 7.45% 41
Fresno 45.48% 71,224 49.46% 77,456 2.02% 3,164 3.03% 4,747
Monterey 44.25% 38,863 49.70% 43,649 2.82% 2,481 3.23% 2,835
Ventura 44.11% 85,236 47.57% 91,924 3.18% 6,146 5.14% 9,929
Del Norte 43.81% 2,950 44.87% 3,021 4.19% 282 7.13% 480
San Bernardino 43.82% 123,250 47.62% 133,951 2.49% 7,009 6.07% 17,080
Kings 43.78% 9,330 51.52% 10,979 1.32% 282 3.37% 718
Riverside 42.63% 128,664 50.45% 152,248 2.02% 6,087 4.90% 14,784
San Diego 42.24% 273,966 50.18% 325,521 2.82% 18,315 4.76% 30,855
Santa Cruz 41.82% 32,917 46.34% 36,473 8.15% 6,414 3.68% 2,898
San Luis Obispo 41.33% 33,642 49.01% 39,893 4.87% 3,964 4.79% 3,897
Tuolumne 40.97% 7,383 50.08% 9,025 3.73% 672 5.23% 942
Trinity 40.75% 1,970 44.97% 2,174 5.83% 282 8.44% 408
Tulare 40.25% 25,320 54.43% 34,242 1.61% 1,014 3.71% 2,337
Kern 39.70% 54,427 54.21% 74,328 1.69% 2,312 4.41% 6,040
Amador 39.28% 5,097 51.84% 6,727 3.44% 446 5.44% 706
Tehama 38.57% 5,943 52.89% 8,150 2.37% 365 6.17% 950
Mono 38.30% 1,134 49.98% 1,480 5.61% 166 6.11% 181
Butte 38.16% 23,302 49.72% 30,362 6.64% 4,054 5.49% 3,351
Madera 37.68% 9,918 55.93% 14,722 1.91% 503 4.48% 1,179
Calaveras 37.55% 5,718 51.12% 7,785 4.68% 712 6.66% 1,014
Plumas 37.08% 2,897 52.07% 4,068 4.10% 320 6.75% 527
Mariposa 36.63% 2,350 53.51% 3,433 3.57% 229 6.30% 404
Nevada 36.44% 14,287 51.73% 20,284 6.93% 2,719 4.89% 1,918
Lassen 36.00% 2,760 53.55% 4,106 2.40% 184 8.05% 617
Sierra 35.64% 510 51.64% 739 3.98% 57 8.74% 125
Shasta 35.60% 17,278 55.68% 27,027 2.35% 1,142 6.37% 3,093
Orange 35.40% 226,411 56.15% 359,139 2.60% 16,633 5.85% 37,385
Yuba 34.67% 4,000 55.45% 6,398 3.50% 404 6.38% 736
Inyo 34.66% 2,172 55.67% 3,489 3.80% 238 5.87% 368
Siskiyou 34.66% 5,344 54.53% 8,407 3.29% 507 7.52% 1,159
El Dorado 34.04% 18,973 56.78% 31,650 4.34% 2,422 4.84% 2,700
Glenn 33.98% 2,211 59.36% 3,862 1.84% 120 4.81% 313
Placer 33.70% 32,582 59.09% 57,128 3.34% 3,232 3.87% 3,739
Sutter 33.15% 6,365 60.13% 11,545 2.12% 407 4.60% 883
Colusa 32.72% 1,487 60.70% 2,759 1.78% 81 4.80% 218
Modoc 28.75% 960 60.92% 2,034 2.40% 80 7.94% 265

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