June 5, 2012 Presidential Primary Election Results

By EGP Staff Report

Presidential Primary
Democrat: Barack Obama received 344,416 votes (100.00%)

Republican: Mitt Romney received 173,163 votes (78.24%); Ron Paul received 23,881 votes (10.79%); Rick Santorum received 11,891 votes (5.37%); Newt Gingrich received 8,647 votes (3.91%); C E Roemer III received 2,195 votes (0.99%); Fred Karger received 1,532 votes (0.69%)

United States Senator (runoff finalists): Dianne Feinstein (Dem) received 397,802 votes (56.38%); Elizabeth Emken (Rep) received 80,963 votes (11.47%); Dan Hughes (Rep) received 30,086 votes (4.26%); Dennis Jackson (Rep) received 19,518 votes (2.77%); Orly Taitz (Rep) received 19,194 votes (2.72%); Rick Williams (Rep) received 18,048 votes (2.56%)

United States Representatives
27th District (Runoff finalists): Judy Chu (Dem) received 38,689 votes (60.0%); Jack Orswell (Rep) received  14,690 votes (22.79%); Bob Duran (Rep) received 11,077 votes (17.19%)

32nd District (Runoff finalists): Grace F. Napolitano (Dem) received 19,764 votes (46.11%); David L. Miller (Rep) received 17,947 votes (41.87%); G Bill Gonzalez (Dem) received 5,151 votes (12.02%)

34th District (Runoff finalists): Xavier Becerra (Dem) received 22,004 votes (78.08%); Stephen C. Smith (Rep) received 4,378 votes (15.54%); Howard Johnson (PF) received 1,798 votes (6.38%).

40th District: L Roybal-Allard (Dem) received 13,642 votes (65.89%); David Sanchez (Dem) received 7,063 votes (34.11%)

California State Senate
District 33: Ricardo Lara (Dem) received 28,606 votes (100.00%)

California State Assembly
49th District (Runoff finalists): Matthew Lin (Rep) received 16,254 votes (51.26%); Edwin Chau (Dem) received 11,277 votes (35.56%); Mitchell Ing (Dem) received 4,179 votes (13.18%)

51st District (Runoff finalists): Jimmy Gomez (Dem) received 8,362 votes (37.56%); Luis Lopez (Dem) received 5,453 votes (24.49%); Arturo Chavez (Dem) received 5,204 votes (23.37%); Richard Friedberg (Dem) received 2,370 votes (10.64%); Oscar Gutierrez (Dem) received 875 votes (3.93%)

53rd District (Runoff finalists): John A. Perez (Dem) received 7,966 votes (59.61%); Jose T. Aguilar (Rep) received 2,194 votes (16.42%); Michael Aldapa (Dem) received 1,890 votes (14.14%); Roger A. Young (Dem) received 1,314 votes (9.83%)

58th District (Runoff finalists): P A Kotze-Ramos (Rep) received 7,272 votes (27.87%); Cristina Garcia (Dem) received 6,906 votes (26.46%); Tom Calderon (Dem) received 6,011 votes (23.04%); Luis H. Marquez (Dem) received 3,221 votes (12.34%); Daniel Crespo (Dem) received 1,702 votes (6.52%); Sultan “Sam” Ahmad (Dem) received 983 votes (3.77%)

Los Angeles County
District Attorney (Runoff finalists): Jackie Lacey received 203,889 votes (31.95%); Alan Jackson received 151,199 votes (23.69%); Carmen Trutanich received 142,576 votes (22.34%); Danette E. Meyers received 84,857 votes (13.30%); Bobby Grace received 33,412 votes (5.24%); John L. Breault III received 22,256 votes (3.49%)

County Measures
Measure H: Los Angeles County Hotel Occupancy Tax Continuation Measure
YES received 411,663 votes (60.41%)
NO received 269,800 votes (39.59%)

Measure L: Los Angeles County Landfill Tax Continuation Measure
YES received 425,511 votes (62.74%)
NO received 252,750 votes (37.26%)

State Ballot Measures
Proposition 28: Limits on Legislators’ Term in Office
YES received 431,572 votes (61.50%)
NO received 270,184 votes (38.50%)

Proposition 29: Imposes Additional Tax on Cigarettes for Cancer Research
YES received 351,491 votes (49.26%)
NO received 362,079 votes (50.74%)

Vernon City Council (term ends 04/14)
Reno Bellamy received 21 votes (56.76%)
Luz A. Martinez received 16 votes (43.24%)

Central Basin Water Board of Directors, Division 1
James B. Roybal received 9,840 votes (63.26%)
Ed Vasquez received 5,716 votes (36.74%)

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