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Election Results: Harman Defeats Winograd

In the Democratic primary in the 36th Congressional District, the incumbent gets 58.8 percent of the vote and the challenger receives 41.2.

Listed below are some of the primary election results from the South Bay districts and the statewide propositions:

36th Congressional District (Redondo Beach, El Segundo, Hermosa Beach, Lomita, Playa del Rey, part of San Pedro, Venice, Westchester, Wilmington, Manhattan Beach, Torrance, Del Aire, Lennox, Marina del Rey and West Carson)

Democratic

Jane Harman                    22,446    58.8 percent

Marcy Winograd              15,732    41.2

Total Precincts                     393

Precincts Reporting            393    100

Registration                          155,811

 

Republican

Mattie Fein                          13,964    50.3

Pete Kesterson                     11,9371    43.0

Andrew J. Sharp                   1,887     6.7

Registration                         94,838

 

Libertarian

Herb Peters                 281   100

Registration                         2,030

 

Assembly 53rd District (Redondo Beach, El Segundo, Hermosa Beach, Lomita, Manhattan Beach, Marina del Rey and Torrance)                    

Democratic

Betsy Butler                 7,588    26.7 percent

James T. Lau                5,055    17.8

Nick Karno                  4,086    14.4

Mitch Ward                 3,972    14.0

Kate Anderson            3,354    11.8

Peter Luke Thottam   1,616     5.6

Edgar Saenz                 1,569     5.5

Diane M. Wallace        1,211     4.2

Total Precincts                   298

Precincts Reporting          298    100

Registration                       109,493

 

Republican

Nathan Mintz           18,345   100

Registration                  78,027

 

Green

Lisa Ann Green            200   100

Registration           1,847

 

Libertarian

Ethan Musulin            230   100

Registration               1,613

 

Proposition 13 — Property Taxes and Seismic Retrofit of Buildings

                               Vote Count       Percent

Yes                        3,200,194          84.5

No                         588,582             15.5

 

Proposition 14 — Primary Election Participation

                            Vote Count       Percent

Yes                      2,077,100         54.2

No                       1,761,410          45.8

 

Proposition 15 — California Fair Elections Act

                             Vote Count       Percent

Yes                      1,593,698          42.5

No                       2,147,745           57.5

 

Proposition 16 — Local Electricity Providers

                             Vote Count       Percent

Yes                      1,830,278          47.5

No                       2,015,297           52.5

 

Proposition 17 — Auto Insurance Pricing

                            Vote Count       Percent

Yes                      1,848,768         47.9

No                       2,004,410         52.1

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