California Election Results 2022 – The New York Times

Dollin office


Republican Party

61%

Sandwich


Democrat

39%

51%

treein office


Democrat

68%

Swallows


Republican Party

32%

41%

Gallagherin office


Republican Party

63%

48%

Aguirre-curryin office


Democrat

65%

Pritchard


Republican Party

35%

40%

Patterson


Republican Party

59%

Chenoweth


Democrat

41%

40%

McCartyin office


Democrat

63%

25%

Wagesin office


Democrat

50.3%

Hoover


Republican Party

49.7%

25%

Pattersonin office


Republican Party

74%

Nichols


Libertarian

26%

50%

Plantsin office


Republican Party

68%

Tahirkeli


Democrat

32%

36%
25%

Wilsonin office


Democrat

58%

Collison


Independent

42%

47%

Connolly


Democrat

55%

Aminzadeh


Democrat

45%

40%

Vulbutuain office


Democrat

62%

34%

Wixin office


Democrat

85%

Kinney


Republican Party

15%

36%

Graysonin office


Democrat

67%

Broker


Republican Party

33%

44%

Bauer-Kahanin office


Democrat

64%

Rube


Republican Party

36%

39%

Honeyin office


Democrat

68%

42%

Pontain office


Democrat

86%

Pechenuk


Republican Party

14%

28%

Dingin office


Democrat

79%

Pasture land


Republican Party

21%

42%

Kumakai


Democrat

41%

28%
40%

Alanis


Republican Party

57%

42%
44%

Leein office


Democrat

67%

Brunton


Republican Party

33%

34%

Kalrain office


Democrat

68%

Stroll


Republican Party

32%

45%

Lowin office


Democrat

72%

Korsulovsky


Republican Party

28%

45%

Syria


Democrat

50.3%

Pay attention


Republican Party

49.7%

44%

Bellerin


Democrat

65%

Lawler


Republican Party

35%

39%

Rivasin office


Democrat

63%

Castro


Republican Party

37%

41%

Norton


Republican Party

39%

40%

Arambulain office


Democrat

59%

Calendar


Republican Party

41%

46%

Fangin office


Republican Party

Without competition

Mathisin office


Republican Party

63%

49%

Lockyin office


Republican Party

60%

Smithin office


Republican Party

40%

33%
22%

Garciain office


Democrat

57%

weeks


Republican Party

43%

30%

Stoker


Republican Party

42%

45%

Bennettin office


Democrat

60%

Brocade


Republican Party

40%

47%

Carrillo


Democrat

56%

Marsh


Republican Party

44%

39%

Martinez Valladaresin office


Republican Party

54%

Schiavo


Democrat

46%

40%

Holdenin office


Democrat

59%

McMahon


Republican Party

41%

37%

Irvinein office


Democrat

54%

plants


Republican Party

46%

46%

Rivasin office


Democrat

70%

40%

Friedmanin office


Democrat

66%

Jacobson


Republican Party

34%

43%

Ramosin office


Democrat

62%

Martinez


Republican Party

38%

26%

Gabrielin office


Democrat

60%

Caruso


Republican Party

40%

46%

Holstege


Democrat

56%

Wallis


Republican Party

44%

30%

Rubioin office


Democrat

56%

40%

Fangin office


Democrat

62%

edge


Republican Party

38%

40%

Reyesin office


Democrat

59%

Stark


Republican Party

41%

29%

Abramson


Democrat

45%

48%

Carrilloin office


Democrat

60%

40%

Rodriguezin office


Democrat

59%

the head


Republican Party

41%

33%

Santiagoin office


Democrat

74%

Alanis


Republican Party

26%

44%

Brianin office


Democrat

80%

Cassio


Republican Party

20%

48%

Calderonin office


Democrat

54%

Martinez


Republican Party

46%

40%

Jones-Sawyerin office


Democrat

Without competition

Cervantesin office


Democrat

57%

Murphy


Republican Party

43%

31%

Senin office


Republican Party

72%

45%

Jackson


Democrat

57%

Diaz-Nava


Republican Party

43%

31%

McKinnerin office


Democrat

61%

Bullen-miles


Democrat

39%

42%

Rentonin office


Democrat

63%

Estrada


Democrat

37%

40%

Article


Republican Party

53%

31%

Pacheco


Democrat

56%

42%

Gibsonin office


Democrat

64%

Iqbal-Zubair


Democrat

36%

40%

Roguein office


Democrat

56%

Barking


Republican Party

44%

40%

U


Republican Party

50.3%

Quirk-Silvain office


Democrat

49.7%

46%

Valencia


Democrat

58%

It’s late


Republican Party

42%

47%

Lowenthal


Democrat

60%

40%
47%

Rahn


Republican Party

50.2%

Sanchez


Republican Party

49.8%

40%

Dixon


Republican Party

57%

Mancuso


Democrat

43%

47%

Petrie-Norrisin office


Democrat

54%

Choiin office


Republican Party

46%

47%

Davisin office


Republican Party

54%

46%

Waldronin office


Republican Party

67%

Bullshitin office


Republican Party

33%

45%

Bruce-Lane


Republican Party

50.4%

can slipin office


Democrat

49.6%

45%

Borner Horvathin office


Democrat

58%

Downey


Republican Party

42%

47%

Wardin office


Democrat

65%

Gonzales


Republican Party

35%

48%

Weberin office


Democrat

61%

Sable


Republican Party

39%

46%

Alvarezin office


Democrat

72%

45%

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