California's 75th State Assembly district

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California's 75th State Assembly district
Map of the district
Current assemblymember
  Marie Waldron
REscondido
Population (2010)
 • Voting age
 • Citizen voting age
465,548[1]
339,242[1]
257,429[1]
Demographics
Registered voters271,611[2]
Registration37.64% Republican
32.03% Democratic
23.78% No party preference

California's 75th State Assembly district is one of 80 California State Assembly districts. It is currently represented by Republican Marie Waldron of Escondido.

District profile[edit]

The district encompasses inland parts of San Diego County's North County region and the southernmost reaches of the Inland Empire. The area is mountainous, with northern San Diego exurbs comprising most of the population.

Election results from statewide races[edit]

Year Office Results
2018 Governor[3] Cox 55.7 – 44.3%
Senator[4][a] De Leon 51.5 – 48.5%
2016 President Trump 50.7 – 43.2%
Senator[b] Harris 55.6 – 44.4%
2014 Governor Kashkari 62.2 – 37.8%
2012 President Romney 58.5 – 39.4%
Senator Emken 59.5 – 40.5%

List of Assembly Members[edit]

Due to redistricting, the 75th district has been moved around different parts of the state. The current iteration resulted from the 2011 redistricting by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission.

Representatives Party Years Served Counties Represented Notes
R. I. Ashe Democratic January 5, 1885 - January 3, 1887 Kern, Ventura
James Marion Brooks January 3, 1887 - January 7, 1889
George W. Wear January 7, 1889 - January 5, 1891
T. A. Rice January 5, 1891 - January 2, 1893
Robert N. Bulla Republican January 2, 1893 - January 4, 1897 Los Angeles
John Cross January 4, 1897 - January 2, 1899
Nathaniel P. Conrey January 2, 1899 - January 1, 1901 He was also a judge while in the Assembly.
Henry E. Carter January 1, 1901 - January 2, 1905
J. H. Krimminger Never assumed office Died on December 12, 1904. Died before being sworn into office from apoplexy.[5]
Percy Vernon Hammon January 7, 1907 - January 2, 1911
William A. Lamb January 2, 1911 - January 6, 1913
Lyman Farwell January 6, 1913 - January 4, 1915
James Stuart McKnight Progressive January 4, 1915 - January 8, 1917
Edwin T. Baker Republican January 8, 1917 - January 5, 1925
Mark A. Pierce January 5, 1925 - January 3, 1927
George W. Rochester January 3, 1927 - January 7, 1929
Emory J. Arnold January 7, 1929 - January 5, 1931
Edward Craig January 5, 1931 - January 4, 1937 Orange
Thomas Kuchel January 4, 1937 - January 6, 1941
Sam L. Collins January 6, 1941 - January 5, 1953
LeRoy E. Lyon Jr. January 5, 1953 - June 30, 1955 Resigned from office to take a railroad position.[6]
Richard T. Hanna Democratic June 28, 1956 - January 3, 1963 Sworn in after winning special election.[7] He resigned a few days early to get sworn in the 34th Congressional district.
Victor Veysey Republican January 7, 1963 - January 3, 1971 Imperial Elected to 38th Congressional district.
Raymond T. Seeley January 4, 1971 - November 30, 1974 Imperial, Riverside
Tom Suitt Democratic December 2, 1974 - November 30, 1978 Imperial, Riverside, San Diego
David G. Kelley Republican December 4, 1978 - November 30, 1982
Joyce Mojonnier December 6, 1982 - November 30, 1990 San Diego
Dede Alpert Democratic December 3, 1990 - November 30, 1992
Jan Goldsmith Republican December 7, 1992 - November 30, 1998
Charlene Zettel December 7, 1998 - November 30, 2002
George Plescia December 2, 2002 - November 30, 2008
Nathan Fletcher December 1, 2008 - November 30, 2012 Changed his party to No Party Preference on March 27, 2012.
Marie Waldron December 3, 2012 - present San Diego, Riverside

Election results[edit]

2020[edit]

2020 California State Assembly election
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Marie Waldron (incumbent) 71,217 56.3%
Democratic Karen "Kate" Schwartz 47,988 37.9%
Democratic Roger Garcia 7,327 5.8%
Total votes 126,532 100.0%
General election
Republican Marie Waldron (incumbent) 128,576 54.5%
Democratic Karen "Kate" Schwartz 107,170 45.5%
Total votes 235,746 100.0%
Republican hold

2018[edit]

California State Assembly election, 2018
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Marie Waldron (incumbent) 56,646 61.6
Democratic Alan Geraci 35,324 38.4
Total votes 91,970 100.0
General election
Republican Marie Waldron (incumbent) 95,236 56.4
Democratic Alan Geraci 73,707 43.6
Total votes 168,943 100.0
Republican hold

2016[edit]

California State Assembly election, 2016
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Marie Waldron (incumbent) 56,407 60.3
Democratic Andrew Masiel Sr. 37,104 39.7
Total votes 93,511 100.0
General election
Republican Marie Waldron (incumbent) 111,598 62.9
Democratic Andrew Masiel Sr. 65,770 37.1
Total votes 177,368 100.0
Republican hold

2014[edit]

California State Assembly election, 2014
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Marie Waldron (incumbent) 41,510 99.1
Democratic Nicholas Shestople (write-in) 375 0.9
Libertarian Mike Paster (write-in) 14 0.0
Total votes 41,899 100.0
General election
Republican Marie Waldron (incumbent) 66,152 69.0
Democratic Nicholas Shestople 29,761 31.0
Total votes 95,913 100.0
Republican hold

2012[edit]

California State Assembly election, 2012
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Marie Waldron 44,013 68.6
Democratic Matthew Herold 20,180 31.4
Total votes 64,193 100.0
General election
Republican Marie Waldron 98,686 62.7
Democratic Matthew Herold 58,783 37.3
Total votes 157,469 100.0
Republican win (new seat)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Because of California's nonpartisan blanket primary system, both candidates were Democrats
  2. ^ Because of California's nonpartisan blanket primary system, both candidates were Democrats

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Citizens Redistricting Commission Final Report, 2011" (PDF).
  2. ^ "Report of Registration as of July 3, 2020" (PDF).
  3. ^ https://elections.cdn.sos.ca.gov/sov/2018-general/ssov/governor-assembly.pdf
  4. ^ https://elections.cdn.sos.ca.gov/sov/2018-general/ssov/us-senate-by-assembly.pdf
  5. ^ "ASSEMBLYMAN-ELECT VICTIM OF APOPLEXY". cdnc.ucr.edu.
  6. ^ "LYON QUITS ASSEMBLY FOR RAILROAD POST". cdnc.ucr.edu.
  7. ^ "Richard Hanna Sworn in" (PDF). clerk.assembly.ca.gov.

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