Congressional District 09
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All Districts > CD09: San Joaquin
[incumbent: Jerry McNerney (D) - term limit: none]

Probable Candidates - 2014

District Projection: Leans Democrat | ATC Partisan Index = 56.6 D
  • Karen Mathews Davis (Republican) - Retired County Clerk  
  • Antonio "Tony" Amador (Republican) - Retired U.S. Marshal  
  • Steve Anthony Colangelo (Republican) - Businessman  
  • (i) Jerry McNerney (Democratic) - United States Congressman  
  • (i) = incumbent

    Until the filing period closes, candidates who have made gestures to a run are included. Some of these may not run, while others are likely to jump in.

    2012 Presidential Race

    • Barack Obama (D) 57.8%
    • Mitt Romney (R) 40.1%

    2010 Gubernatorial Race

    • Jerry Brown (D) 51.0%
    • Meg Whitman (R) 42.3%

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    District Voter Registration


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    Reported Fundraising
    (Total for this cycle)
    CandidateContributionsExpendituresCash on HandDebtFiling Period Close
    Amador, Antonio Candia$7,995$6,931$5,081$8,7933/31/14
    Mcnerney, Jerry$697,736$333,453$367,429$5,0953/31/14
    Source: Federal Elections Commission

    2012 General Results

    November 6 General Election Results
    Final Results
    CandidateVotesPercentPrecincts Reporting
    Jerry McNerney (D)118,37355.6%478 of 478
    Ricky Gill (R)94,70444.4%478 of 478

    County Breakdown | Vote Count Tracker
    Source: California Secretary of State

    2012 Primary Results

    June 5 Primary Election Results
    Final Results
    CandidateVotesPercentPrecincts Reporting
    Jerry McNerney (D)45,69647.8%429 of 429
    Ricky Gill (R)38,48840.2%429 of 429
    John McDonald (R)11,45812.0%429 of 429

    County Breakdown
    Source: California Secretary of State


    2010 Census Demographics for CD09
    Citizen Voting-Age Population 11.3% 9.1% 22.7%
    Total Population 13.8% 8.7% 37.2%

    The Bench (likely future candidates)


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