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    OK. From what I am hearing on KOGO:

    1. LOTS of vote by mail. This means that tonight's results may not be definitive and that we may have to wait.
    2. Our Jungle Primary means that some unexpected things may happen.

    As of now:

    Governor's race: (1) Newsom (2) Cox (3) Villiaragosa

    Diane Harkey, Mike Levin, lead in early returns for the 49th Congressional District.

    I'll put other info as I get it.
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    The Soros candidate is LOSING:

    San Diego County District Attorney

    Summer Stephan — 64.53 percent
    Geneviéve Jones-Wright — 35.32 percent (Soros Candidate)
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    Gov's race:

    There was a screw up: 120,000 LA voters were not on the rolls today. Allegedly "printing error": Villiaragosa wants the voting to be extended to Friday, since these votes may be for him.
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    8:25 p.m.: The Associated Press calls the race for U.S. Senate for Sen. Dianne Feinstein.

    She came in first and will run in the general. Let's see who her opponent will be.
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    This race is important locally:

    United States Representative 49th District

    These results are from the Orange County portion of the 49th District.

    Diane L. Harkey — 32 percent
    Mike Levin — 19.3 percent
    Sara Jacobs — 12.1 percent
    Doug Applegate — 7.9 percent
    Kristin Gaspar — 6.9 percent
    Brian Maryott — 6.9 percent
    Rocky J. Chavez — 6.1 percent

    (The bottom guy, Rocky Chavez, is the incumbent who promised to be a fiscal conservative but voted FOR Jerry Brown's tax increases via the global warming bill. The OC voters in this district are giving him a thumping and voting for Harkey. That is why she is now on top.)
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    If you want to know how CRAZY our primary is, look at the sheer number of people running in the primary for governor:
    http://www.cbs8.com/story/38321297/e...imary-election
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    The Senate race could have two Democrats again (like last time):

    http://www.cbs8.com/story/38321297/e...imary-election

    U.S. Senate
    Precincts Reporting: 8%

    Dianne Feinstein, Dem (i) - 42% (575,247) (Winner: will go to general)
    James Bradley, GOP - 10% (134,915)
    Kevin De Leon, Dem - 9% (128,784)
    Both battling for second place.
    Arun Bhumitra, GOP - 5% (74,516)
    Paul Taylor, GOP - 5% (73,300)
    Erin Cruz, GOP - 5% (65,953)
    Tom Palzer, GOP - 3% (44,317)
    Alison Hartson, Dem - 2% (28,582)
    Rocky De La Fuente, GOP - 2% (25,967)
    Kevin Mottus, GOP - 2% (25,549)
    John Crew, GOP - 2% (22,871)
    Pat Harris, Dem - 2% (21,509)
    Patrick Little, GOP - 2% (21,436)
    Jerry Laws, GOP - 1% (19,662)
    Derrick Reid, Lib - 1% (12,847)
    Adrienne Edwards, Dem - 1% (10,033)
    Douglas Pierce, Dem - 1% (9,114)
    Mario Nabliba, GOP - 1% (8,543)
    Donnie Turner, Dem - 0% (6,731)
    David Hildebrand, Dem - 0% (6,202)
    Herbert Peters, Dem - 0% (5,586)
    Ling Ling Shi, NPP - 0% (5,398)
    David Moore, NPP - 0% (5,224)
    Lee Olson, NPP - 0% (4,614)
    Jason Hanania, NPP - 0% (4,436)
    John Parker, PFP - 0% (4,174)
    Gerald Plummer, Dem - 0% (4,139)
    Don Grundmann, NPP - 0% (3,868)
    Colleen Fernald, NPP - 0% (3,066)
    Rash Ghosh, NPP - 0% (2,341)
    Tim Gildersleeve, NPP - 0% (2,330)
    Michael Girgis, NPP - 0% (573)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elspeth View Post
    Gov's race:

    There was a screw up: 120,000 LA voters were not on the rolls today. Allegedly "printing error": Villiaragosa wants the voting to be extended to Friday, since these votes may be for him.
    It probably won't help him if this keeps up:

    Results as of 9:15/13% of precincts
    http://www.cbs8.com/story/38321297/e...imary-election

    Gavin Newsom, Dem - 33% (533,149)
    John Cox, GOP - 27% (440,768)
    Antonio Villaraigosa, Dem - 12% (186,875)
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    The Propositions are not looking good.

    Proposition 68 - Issue Park and Nature Bonds Bond Measure (Huge bond measure which the state will squander)
    Precincts Reporting: 12%
    Yes - 54% (1,006,211)
    No - 46% (860,936)

    Proposition 69 - Ban Transport Rev Realloc Constitutional amendment (This is a lie: basically limits Jerry Brown from spending huge car tax increase on "infrastructure". However, any state "emergency" (which Brown can declare) will have this money go where he wants it.)
    Precincts Reporting: 12%
    Yes - 82% (1,539,723)
    No - 18% (336,371)

    Proposition 70 - Supermaj To Use GHG Funds Constitutional amendment (Requires 2/3 vote for spending Cap and Trade money)
    Precincts Reporting: 13%
    Yes - 39% (591,259)
    No - 61% (908,365)

    Proposition 71 - SW Measures In Effect Later Constitutional amendment (This is about having propositions start as soon as they are voted on)
    Precincts Reporting: 13%
    Yes - 77% (1,195,721)
    No - 23% (348,403)

    Proposition 72 - No Rain Recycling Prop Tax Constitutional amendment
    Precincts Reporting: 12%
    Yes - 84% (1,487,264)
    No - 16% (286,750)
    This is a good result. (The damned state wants to tax rainwater collection.) This prevents it.
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    Fox calls the Governor's primary for Newsome (D) and Cox (R).

    It's hilarious how happy we are to get a Republican in the race at all. That just shows you how far the state has gone and how crazy this jungle primary is.
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