California's 11th State Assembly district

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California's 11th State Assembly district
Map of the district
Current assemblymemberVacant
Population (2010)
 • Voting age
 • Citizen voting age
466,986[1]
341,465[1]
285,055[1]
Demographics
Registered voters252,870
Registration46.55% Democratic
25.00% Republican
23.56% No party preference

California's 11th State Assembly district is one of 80 California State Assembly districts. It is currently vacant after Democrat Jim Frazier resigned on December 31, 2021.

District profile[edit]

The district is centered on the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta. It includes the far northeastern corner of the San Francisco Bay Area and the southwestern corner of the Sacramento Valley. The Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers converge here, and a significant part of the district is low-lying and/or reclaimed.

Election results from statewide races[edit]

Year Office Results
2020 President Biden 60.8 - 36.2%
2018 Governor Newsom 57.6 – 42.4%
Senator Feinstein 51.9 – 48.1%
2016 President Clinton 58.9 – 35.2%
Senator Harris 63.2 – 36.8%
2014 Governor Brown 60.2 – 39.8%
2012 President Obama 60.9 – 36.8%
Senator Feinstein 63.3 – 36.7%

List of Assembly Members[edit]

Due to redistricting, the 11th district has been moved around different parts of the state. The current iteration resulted from the 2011 redistricting by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission.

Assembly Members Party Years Served Counties Represented Notes
Whit Henley Democratic January 5, 1885 - January 3, 1887 Mendocino
Philo Handy Republican January 3, 1887 - January 7, 1889
J. H. Seawell Democratic January 7, 1889 - January 5, 1891
George A. Sturtevant Republican January 5, 1891 - January 2, 1893
Isaac W. Jacobs Democratic January 2, 1893 - January 7, 1895 Yolo
H. W. Laugenour January 7, 1895 - January 4, 1897
A. W. North Republican January 4, 1897 - January 2, 1899
George Washington Pierce January 2, 1899 - January 1, 1901
J. F. Chiles Democratic January 1, 1901 - January 5, 1903
Charles H. McKenney Republican January 5, 1903 - January 7, 1907 Amador, Alpine, Calaveras, Mono
George F. Snyder Democratic January 7, 1907 - January 4, 1909
Edgar Backus Moore Republican January 4, 1909 - January 2, 1911
Ferdinand G. Stevenot January 2, 1911 - January 6, 1913 Calaveras
James M. Palmer Democratic January 6, 1913 - January 4, 1915 Napa, Lake
Bismarck Bruck Republican January 4, 1915 - January 3, 1921
Frank Coombs January 3, 1921 - January 5, 1931 Napa
Roy J. Nielsen January 5, 1931 - January 2, 1933 Sacramento
Forsythe Charles Clowdsley Democratic January 2, 1933 - January 7, 1935 San Joaquin
Dana P. Eicke January 7, 1935 - January 27, 1935 Died in office. Died from heart attack.[2]
Charles M. Weber III Republican March 25, 1935 - January 8, 1951 He was sworn in after winning the special election to fill the vaccany of Dana Eicke.[3] He also switched his party from Independent to Republican while in office.
Howard Q. Parker Democratic January 8, 1951 - January 5, 1953
Salathiel Charles Masterson II January 5, 1953 - January 24, 1960 Contra Costa Resigned from the State Assembly
John T. Knox January 2, 1961 - November 30, 1980
Robert Campbell December 1, 1980 - November 30, 1996
Tom Torlakson December 2, 1996 - November 30, 2000
Joe Canciamilla December 4, 2000 - November 30, 2006
Mark DeSaulnier December 4, 2006 - November 30, 2008
Tom Torlakson December 1, 2008 - November 30, 2010
Susan Bonilla December 6, 2010 - November 30, 2012
Jim Frazier December 3, 2012 - December 31, 2021 Contra Costa, Sacramento, Solano

Election results 1992 - present[edit]


2020[edit]

2020 California State Assembly election
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jim Frazier (incumbent) 83,125 98.8%
Republican Debra Schwab (write in) 1,044 0.2%
Total votes 84,169 100.0%
General election
Democratic Jim Frazier (incumbent) 149,304 64.7%
Republican Debra Schwab 81,374 35.3%
Total votes 230,678 100.0%

2018[edit]

California State Assembly election, 2018
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jim Frazier (incumbent) 39,095 48.3
Republican Lisa Romero 30,623 37.8
Democratic Diane Stewart 11,224 13.9
Total votes 80,942 100.0
General election
Democratic Jim Frazier (incumbent) 96,254 61.5
Republican Lisa Romero 60,335 38.5
Total votes 156,589 100.0
Democratic hold

2016[edit]

California State Assembly election, 2016
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jim Frazier (incumbent) 62,952 65.9
Republican Dave Miller 32,545 34.1
Total votes 95,497 100.0
General election
Democratic Jim Frazier (incumbent) 111,592 64.2
Republican Dave Miller 62,227 35.8
Total votes 173,819 100.0
Democratic hold

2014[edit]

California State Assembly election, 2014
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jim Frazier (incumbent) 30,893 60.7
Republican Alex Henthorn 20,002 39.3
Total votes 50,895 100.0
General election
Democratic Jim Frazier (incumbent) 54,044 59.7
Republican Alex Henthorn 36,475 40.3
Total votes 90,519 100.0
Democratic hold

2012[edit]

California State Assembly election, 2012
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mike Hudson 21,234 31.7
Democratic Jim Frazier 18,846 28.1
Democratic Patricia Hernández 11,844 17.7
No party preference Len Augustine 10,048 15.0
Democratic Gene Gantt 3,827 5.9
Democratic Charles Kingeter 1,159 1.7
Total votes 66,958 100.0
General election
Democratic Jim Frazier 96,893 62.0
Republican Mike Hudson 59,420 38.0
Total votes 156,313 100.0
Democratic hold

2010[edit]

2010 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Susan Bonilla 81,869 69.0
Republican Julie Craven 36,864 31.0
Total votes 118,733 100.0
Democratic hold

2008[edit]

2008 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tom Torlakson 117,773 73.70
Republican Elizabeth Hansen 42,023 26.30
Total votes 159,796 100.00
Turnout   77.60
Democratic hold

2006[edit]

2006 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark DeSaulnier 69,054 66.50
Republican Arne Simonsen 31,048 29.90
Libertarian Cory Nott 3,743 3.60
Total votes 104,845 100.00
Turnout   59.10
Democratic hold

2004[edit]

2004 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joe Canciamilla (incumbent) 95,912 66.83
Republican Paul Santiago 40,438 28.18
Libertarian Frank Manske 7,162 4.99
Total votes 143,512 100.00
Democratic hold

2002[edit]

2002 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joe Cancimalla (incumbent) 60,067 64.91
Republican Jan Leslie Denny 28,837 31.16
Libertarian Frank Manske 3,633 3.93
Invalid or blank votes 6,809 6.85
Total votes 99,346 100.00
Democratic hold

2000[edit]

2000 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joe Canciamilla 98,728 66.93
Republican James Diaz 42,523 28.83
Libertarian Frank Manske 6,257 4.24
Invalid or blank votes 12,610 7.88
Total votes 160,118 100.00
Democratic hold

1998[edit]

1998 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tom Torlakson (incumbent) 80,323 69.02
Republican Allen D. Payton 36,046 30.98
Invalid or blank votes 8,427 6.75
Total votes 124,796 100.00
Democratic hold

1996[edit]

1996 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tom Torlakson (incumbent) 81,820 60.02
Republican Bill Maxfield 42,137 30.91
Natural Law Eleanor V. Sheppard 12,375 9.08
Invalid or blank votes 11,548 7.81
Total votes 147,889 100.00
Democratic hold

1994[edit]

1994 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Campbell (incumbent) 86,426 82.69
Peace and Freedom Amanda Coughlan 18,098 17.31
Invalid or blank votes 21,053 16.77
Total votes 125,577 100.00
Democratic hold

1992[edit]

1992 California State Assembly election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Campbell (incumbent) 114,692 99.12
No party Jam L. Denny (write-in) 900 1.72
No party Wilbert E. Cossel (write-in) 113 0.22
Invalid or blank votes 51,411 30.76
Total votes 167,116 100.00
Democratic hold

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Citizens Redistricting Commission Final Report, 2011" (PDF).
  2. ^ "LEGISLATIVE SIDELIGHTS". cdnc.ucr.edu.
  3. ^ "1935 California Session" (PDF). clerk.assembly.ca.gov.

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