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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Ted Lieu Elected State Senator (CA28) In Open Primary

With essentially all vote-by-mail ballots counted, together with the ballots from 86 percent of precincts, Ted Lieu holds a 32-percent lead over his closest challenger for election to the California State Senate, 28th District, 57% to 25%.

Based upon the vote count and relatively few precincts left to report, it is clear that former Assemblyman Lieu will be elected State Senator in the 28th Senate District without the need for a runoff election.

Lieu will replace the late Jenny Oropeza in representing the coastal L.A. County district.

Semi-official returns from the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder, as of 11:30 p.m. on 2/15/11, are as follows:
As of Date: 02/15/2011 Time: 23:30                            Votes  Percent

STATE SENATE 28TH DIST TERM ENDS 11/30/14

TED W LIEU DEM 26,021 57.19
BOB VALENTINE REP 11,269 24.77
MARTHA F GIBSON REP 3,057 6.72
MARK LIPMAN NP 1,602 3.52
KEVIN T MCGURK DEM 1,192 2.62
JAMES P THOMPSON REP 1,066 2.34
JEFFREY E FORTINI REP 1,048 2.30
MICHAEL CHAMNESS NP 245 0.54

TOTAL PRECINCTS 308 PCTS RPTING 266: 86.36%
REGISTRATION 467,493
Lieu will be sworn in after the Secretary of State certifies the election results, which may take several weeks.

6 comments:

Keith said...

It shouldn't take long to count the ballots. When I voted around 1:00 PM, I first went to my "usual" polling place where three precincts often share space. The poll workers had plenty of time to direct me to where my precinct was actually voting since there was no one else there. At the fire station they told me that I was number thirty for the day: I saw #31 arriving as I left (though she could have been another poll worker).

Good luck, Ted!

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