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California Special Election CA 48 Watch: Unofficial Results

Senator John Campbell with California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger

The unofficial final ballot results are in for the California Special Election Congressional District 48.

Orange County
48th Congressional District Primary Election
October 4, 2005, 10:46 PM

Unofficial Results for Election


Registration and Turnout
Completed Precincts: 268 of 268
Reg/Turnout Percentage
Total Registered Voters 402006
Precinct Registration 402006
Precinct Ballots Cast 31959 7.9%
Early Ballots Cast 962 0.2%
Absentee Ballots Cast 47440 11.8%
Total Ballots Cast 80361 20.0%
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 48th District
Vote Count Percentage
JOHN CAMPBELL (REP) 36640 46.0%
MARILYN C. BREWER (REP) 13272 16.7%
JIM GILCHRIST (AI) 11490 14.4%
STEVE YOUNG (DEM) 7110 8.9%
JOHN GRAHAM (DEM) 3242 4.1%
BEA FOSTER (DEM) 2606 3.3%
DON UDALL (REP) 1284 1.6%
JOHN KELLY (REP) 955 1.2%
BÉA TIRITILLI (GRN) 698 0.9%
BRUCE COHEN (LIB) 667 0.8%
DAVID R. CROUCH (REP) 455 0.6%
SCOTT MACCABE (REP) 353 0.4%
MARSHA A. MORRIS (REP) 322 0.4%
TOM PALLOW (DEM) 270 0.3%
GUY E. MAILLY (REP) 138 0.2%
MARSHALL SAMUEL SANDERS (REP) 94 0.1%
EDWARD A. SUPPE (REP) 87 0.1%

California State Senator John Campbell failed to win a majority of the votes cast (46.0%) and is forced into a run-off election. He will face-off with Minuteman Project Founder Jim Gilchrist (AI, 14.4 %) and Democrat Steve Young (8.9%).

The election will be held Tuesday, December 6, 2005.

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