2002 Consolidated General Election
11/5/2002

Results last updated: 12/18/2007 6:52:38 PM
Governor
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Reinhold Gulke (American Independent)
3.43% 1,664
Gray Davis (Democratic)
31.49% 15,292
Iris Adam (Natural Law)
1.55% 753
Peter Miguel Camejo (Green)
2.64% 1,283
Gary David Copeland (Libertarian)
1.94% 942
Bill Simon (Republican)
58.95% 28,625
48,559
Lieutenant Governor
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Paul Jerry Hannosh (Reform)
1.21% 586
Bruce Mc Pherson (Republican)
55.68% 27,027
Kalee Przybylak (Natural Law)
1.26% 610
Cruz M. Bustamante (Democratic)
35.60% 17,278
Jim King (American Independent)
2.16% 1,050
Donna J. Warren (Green)
2.35% 1,142
Pat Wright (Libertarian)
1.74% 847
48,540
Secretary of State
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Edward C. Noonan (American Independent)
1.76% 844
Louise Marie Allison (Natural Law)
3.02% 1,448
Keith Olberg (Republican)
59.07% 28,360
Kevin Shelley (Democratic)
29.76% 14,288
Valli Sharpe-Geisler (Reform)
1.04% 501
Larry Shoup (Green)
2.28% 1,093
Gail K. Lightfoot (Libertarian)
3.07% 1,473
48,007
State Controller
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Tom McClintock (Republican)
60.54% 29,135
Ernest F. Vance (American Independent)
2.31% 1,114
J. Carlos Aguirre (Natural Law)
1.10% 531
Steve Westly (Democratic)
32.12% 15,456
Laura Wells (Green)
3.92% 1,886
48,122
State Treasurer
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Sylvia Valentine (Natural Law)
1.12% 532
Nathan E. Johnson (American Independent)
2.37% 1,125
Phil Angelides (Democratic)
34.20% 16,262
Greg Conlon (Republican)
56.37% 26,806
Marian Smithson (Libertarian)
2.63% 1,252
Jeanne-Marie Rosenmeier (Green)
3.32% 1,579
47,556
Attorney General
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Glen Freeman Mowrer (Green)
2.27% 1,094
Ed Kuwatch (Libertarian)
2.20% 1,059
Dick Ackerman (Republican)
57.07% 27,451
Diane Beall Templin (American Independent)
3.16% 1,522
Bill Lockyer
35.29% 16,974
48,100
Insurance Commissioner
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Gary Mendoza (Republican)
55.57% 26,426
John Garamendi (Democratic)
35.21% 16,743
Steve Klein (American Independent)
2.33% 1,110
Raul Calderon, Jr. (Natural Law)
1.66% 789
Dale F. Ogden (Libertarian)
3.05% 1,452
David I. Sheidlower (Green)
2.18% 1,038
47,558
State Board of Equalization, Dist. 2
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Tom Y. Santos (Democratic)
34.83% 16,207
Bill Leonard
65.17% 30,331
46,538
U.S. Representative, Dist. 2
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Wally Herger (Republican)
68.94% 33,324
Charles Martin (Libertarian)
1.96% 948
Mike Johnson (Democratic)
26.71% 12,912
Patrice Thiessen (Natural Law)
2.39% 1,154
48,338
State Senate, Dist. 4
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Marianne Smith (Democratic)
38.49% 18,183
Samuel Aanestad (Republican)
56.03% 26,470
Robert Underwood (Libertarian)
5.48% 2,589
47,242
State Assembly, Dist. 2
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Doug Kinyon (Democratic)
30.13% 14,360
Doug La Malfa (Republican)
66.38% 31,636
Pete Bret (Libertarian)
3.49% 1,665
47,661
2002 General - Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - Carlos R. Moreno
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
63.66% 20,991
NO
36.34% 11,981
32,972
2002 General - Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - Marvin R. Baxter
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
67.42% 21,837
NO
32.58% 10,551
32,388
2002 General - Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - Kathryn M. Werdegar
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
65.18% 21,348
NO
34.82% 11,403
32,751
2002 General - Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, 3rd District - Arthur G. Scotland
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
69.39% 21,654
NO
30.61% 9,552
31,206
2002 General - Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, 3rd District - Rod Davis
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
66.97% 20,555
NO
33.03% 10,136
30,691
2002 General - Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, 3rd District - Daniel M. Kolkey
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
65.37% 19,830
NO
34.63% 10,507
30,337
2002 General - Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, 3rd District - Richard Sims
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
64.57% 19,747
NO
35.43% 10,834
30,581
2002 General - Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, 3rd District - Vance W. Raye
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
65.59% 19,903
NO
34.41% 10,442
30,345
2002 General - Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, 3rd District - Ronald B. Robie
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
63.26% 19,462
NO
36.74% 11,302
30,764
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Jack O'Connell
55.99% 23,306
Katherine H. Smith
44.01% 18,320
41,626
Tehama County Board of Ed - Red Bluff Area
 Vote for 2
PercentVotes
Mace Mc Intosh
38.83% 40
Daniel M. King
30.10% 31
Gary Lloyd Taylor
31.07% 32
103
Tehama County Board of Ed - Los Molinos Area
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Richard F. Garstang
59.57% 28
Robert Christison
40.43% 19
47
Siskiyou Joint Community College District, Area 2
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Jim Hardy
34.09% 30
Marian Murphy-Shaw
22.73% 20
Bob Winston
12.50% 11
Ron Childers
22.73% 20
Tim Larive
7.95% 7
88
Red Bluff Joint Union High School District
 Vote for 3
PercentVotes
Tim Benton
14.49% 20
Rhonda J Goodwater
15.94% 22
Bob Grace
21.01% 29
Janice L Drake
15.94% 22
Daniel B. Curry
23.19% 32
Allen Skaggs
9.42% 13
138
Anderson City Council Member
 Vote for 2
PercentVotes
Stan Morgan
22.63% 617
Keith Webster
37.86% 1,032
Butch Schaefer
39.51% 1,077
2,726
Redding City Council Memeber
 Vote for 3
PercentVotes
John R. Mathena
21.54% 12,406
Mike Mitchell
5.06% 2,911
Pat Kight
20.35% 11,720
Patrick H. Jones
13.85% 7,973
Fred Weatherill
15.32% 8,822
Mark H. Cibula
23.88% 13,752
57,584
Redding City Clerk
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Connie Strohmayer
100.00% 17,104
17,104
Mayers Memorial Health Care District
 Vote for 2
PercentVotes
Ruth E. Knoch
46.72% 1,580
Lester Alan Cufaude
27.50% 930
Robert K. Forman
25.78% 872
3,382
2002 General - Proposition 46 - Housing & Emergency Shelter Act
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Yes
43.31% 20,001
No
56.69% 26,180
46,181
2002 General - Proposition 47 - Kindergarten-Univ. Pub Ed. Bond Act
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
40.07% 18,533
NO
59.93% 27,716
46,249
2002 General - Proposition 48 - Court Consolidation Amendment
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
64.78% 28,290
NO
35.22% 15,382
43,672
2002 General - Proposition 49 - Before & After School Program Grants
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
43.75% 20,253
NO
56.25% 26,039
46,292
2002 General - Proposition 50 - Water Quality. Coastal Wetlands Bonds
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
28.10% 12,875
NO
71.90% 32,942
45,817
2002 General - Proposition 51 - Transportation. Distrib Existing Tax
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
33.46% 15,020
NO
66.54% 29,876
44,896
2002 General - Proposition 52 - Election Day Voter Registration
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
YES
25.77% 11,831
NO
74.23% 34,078
45,909
2002 General - Measure A - City of Redding - Additives/Public Water
 Vote for 1
PercentVotes
Yes
56.15% 13,060
No
43.85% 10,199
23,259