Senate District 01
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All Districts > SD01: Northeast Cal
[incumbent: Ted Gaines (R) - term limit: 2020]

Candidates On The Ballot- 2016

District Projection: Safe Republican | ATC Partisan Index = 59.8 R
  • (i) Ted Gaines (Republican) - Member, State Senate  
  • (i) = incumbent

    2012 Presidential Race

    • Barack Obama (D) 39.9%
    • Mitt Romney (R) 57.3%

    2010 Gubernatorial Race

    • Jerry Brown (D) 37.4%
    • Meg Whitman (R) 54.8%

    Hourly election night report

    This district does not have an election this cycle.

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    District Voter Registration

    Analysis

    New analysis for this district is being prepared.

    Fundraising

    Reported Fundraising
    (May 18-June 30, 2014 filing period)
    CommitteeContributionsExpendituresCash on HandContributions Since*
     
    * = Contributions of $1,000 or more
    Source: California Secretary of State

    2012 General Results

    November 6 General Election Results
    Final Results
    CandidateVotesPercentPrecincts Reporting
    Ted Gaines (R)263,25663.7%1011 of 1011
    Julie Griffith-Flatter (D)150,11136.3%1011 of 1011

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

    2012 Primary Results

    June 5 Primary Election Results
    Final Results
    CandidateVotesPercentPrecincts Reporting
    Ted Gaines (R)110,16848.2%788 of 788
    Julie Griffith-Flatter (D)68,94730.2%788 of 788
    Les Baugh (R)37,44216.4%788 of 788
    "Bo" Bogdan I. Ambrozewicz (N)11,9235.2%788 of 788

    County Breakdown
    Source: California Secretary of State

    Demographics

    2010 Census Demographics for SD01
     AsianBlackLatino
    Citizen Voting-Age Population 1.9% 2.9% 6.4%
    Total Population 1.6% 3.8% 10.7%

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