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2006 California Attorney General election

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2006 California Attorney General election

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Edmund G Brown Jr (cropped).jpg
Poochigian Portrait (cropped).jpg
Nominee Jerry Brown Chuck Poochigian
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 4,756,184 3,220,429
Percentage 56.3% 38.1%

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Election results by county

Attorney General before election

Bill Lockyer
Democratic

Elected Attorney General

Jerry Brown
Democratic

The 2006 California Attorney General election occurred on November 7, 2006. The primary elections took place on June 6, 2006. Former and future Governor Jerry Brown, the Democratic nominee, easily defeated the Republican nominee, State Senator Chuck Poochigian, for the office previously held by Democrat Bill Lockyer, who was term-limited and ran for Treasurer.

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Contents

Primary results

A bar graph of statewide results in this contest is available at https://web.archive.org/web/20070517222320/http://primary2006.ss.ca.gov/Returns/atg/00.htm.

Results by county are available here and here.

Democratic

California Attorney General Democratic primary, 2006
Candidate Votes %
Jerry Brown 1,552,949 63.23
Rocky Delgadillo 903,549 36.77
Total votes 2,456,498 100.00

Others

California Attorney General primary, 2006 (Others)
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Chuck Poochigian 1,553,604 100.00
Green Michael Wyman 31,018 100.00
Libertarian Kenneth Weissman 16,567 100.00
Peace and Freedom Jack Harrison 3,736 100.00

Results

California Attorney General election, 2006[1][2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jerry Brown 4,756,184 56.29
Republican Chuck Poochigian 3,220,429 38.11
Green Michael Wyman 195,130 2.31
Libertarian Kenneth Weissman 177,469 2.10
Peace and Freedom Jack Harrison 100,797 1.19
Invalid or blank votes 449,050 5.05
Total votes 8,450,009 100.00
Turnout   39.29
Democratic hold

Results by county

Results from the Secretary of State of California:[1]

County Brown Votes Poochigian Votes Wyman Votes Weissman Votes Harrison Votes
San Francisco 79.73% 188,409 11.65% 27,523 5.70% 13,479 1.78% 4,208 1.14% 2,686
Santa Cruz 75.01% 66,560 19.12% 16,962 3.29% 2,922 1.70% 1,512 0.88% 777
Marin 73.45% 76,182 21.08% 21,868 3.23% 3,354 1.50% 1,559 0.72% 751
Alameda 73.10% 290,072 18.43% 73,120 5.23% 20,740 1.72% 6,824 1.52% 6,036
San Mateo 70.78% 141,617 23.91% 47,828 2.91% 5,815 1.53% 3,067 0.87% 1,747
Sonoma 68.66% 116,443 24.57% 41,663 3.40% 5,765 2.00% 3,385 1.38% 2,343
Santa Clara 66.69% 279,105 27.78% 116,284 2.41% 10,072 2.15% 8,983 0.98% 4,094
Mendocino 66.20% 20,045 25.78% 7,807 4.30% 1,301 2.47% 747 1.25% 379
Contra Costa 66.21% 196,765 29.28% 87,008 2.18% 6,479 1.32% 3,929 1.00% 2,981
Monterey 65.07% 56,367 30.18% 26,138 1.87% 1,623 1.81% 1,567 1.07% 926
Los Angeles 64.48% 1,222,860 30.20% 572,820 1.86% 35,245 2.20% 41,759 1.26% 23,881
Napa 63.55% 26,731 31.01% 13,042 2.59% 1,089 1.87% 785 0.98% 413
Solano 61.43% 62,774 33.48% 34,219 1.90% 1,938 2.11% 2,157 1.08% 1,105
Yolo 60.06% 31,930 33.79% 17,963 3.30% 1,756 2.20% 1,169 0.65% 346
San Benito 59.39% 8,374 35.61% 5,022 1.63% 230 2.33% 329 1.04% 146
Humboldt 58.61% 27,643 32.28% 15,224 5.26% 2,479 2.46% 1,158 1.39% 657
Lake 56.65% 10,795 36.07% 6,873 2.97% 566 2.51% 478 1.81% 344
Imperial 55.98% 12,152 37.23% 8,082 1.88% 409 2.26% 490 2.65% 576
Santa Barbara 54.33% 64,823 40.03% 47,760 2.28% 2,716 2.27% 2,705 1.09% 1,304
Alpine 54.27% 286 37.19% 196 3.61% 19 3.80% 20 1.14% 6
Sacramento 52.58% 184,560 42.52% 149,246 2.09% 7,341 1.71% 6,001 1.11% 3,888
Ventura 51.58% 111,773 43.67% 94,635 1.53% 3,323 2.14% 4,636 1.07% 2,329
San Bernardino 49.63% 167,145 44.73% 150,659 1.76% 5,932 2.53% 8,524 1.35% 4,555
San Diego 49.60% 374,717 45.25% 341,832 1.98% 14,926 2.10% 15,879 1.08% 8,156
San Joaquin 49.13% 67,219 45.40% 62,122 1.86% 2,548 1.95% 2,670 1.66% 2,267
Mono 48.49% 1,785 44.47% 1,637 2.99% 110 2.93% 108 1.11% 41
Trinity 48.27% 2,729 42.84% 2,422 3.29% 186 3.86% 218 1.75% 99
Del Norte 48.29% 3,192 44.81% 2,962 2.57% 170 3.10% 205 1.23% 81
Nevada 48.19% 20,449 46.42% 19,697 2.67% 1,134 2.04% 867 0.67% 286
San Luis Obispo 47.21% 44,512 47.38% 44,668 2.16% 2,032 2.25% 2,123 1.00% 946
Riverside 47.00% 176,341 47.90% 179,692 1.69% 6,331 2.09% 7,854 1.32% 4,956
Stanislaus 45.43% 46,375 50.03% 51,071 1.55% 1,580 1.68% 1,713 1.31% 1,341
Butte 45.22% 30,300 48.90% 32,768 3.11% 2,083 2.65% 1,779 0.12% 82
Inyo 44.33% 2,818 48.97% 3,113 2.89% 184 2.61% 166 1.20% 76
Merced 44.30% 18,277 50.50% 20,834 1.60% 661 2.07% 855 1.53% 631
Tuolumne 43.21% 9,023 51.45% 10,743 2.06% 430 2.06% 431 1.22% 255
Plumas 42.83% 3,744 51.49% 4,501 2.11% 184 2.30% 201 1.27% 111
Amador 41.98% 6,133 52.62% 7,688 2.18% 319 2.18% 318 1.05% 153
Calaveras 42.23% 7,419 52.71% 9,260 2.17% 382 2.77% 486 0.13% 22
Orange 41.46% 293,982 52.89% 375,038 1.77% 12,525 2.62% 18,571 1.27% 8,973
Siskiyou 41.21% 6,731 51.78% 8,456 2.11% 344 3.42% 559 1.48% 242
El Dorado 40.56% 26,966 53.89% 35,829 2.39% 1,587 2.34% 1,553 0.83% 554
Placer 40.44% 48,800 54.74% 66,051 2.00% 2,415 2.10% 2,530 0.72% 866
Sierra 38.87% 608 53.84% 842 2.43% 38 3.90% 61 0.96% 15
Colusa 38.03% 1,848 58.06% 2,821 1.28% 62 1.77% 86 0.86% 42
Tehama 37.64% 6,672 56.22% 9,965 1.82% 322 2.82% 500 1.51% 267
Mariposa 37.51% 2,834 56.31% 4,254 2.57% 194 2.30% 174 1.31% 99
Yuba 36.96% 5,067 55.90% 7,664 2.17% 298 3.31% 454 1.66% 227
Sutter 36.60% 8,591 58.56% 13,746 1.57% 369 1.90% 446 1.37% 321
Shasta 36.02% 20,866 58.43% 33,846 1.74% 1,009 2.47% 1,431 1.33% 772
Fresno 35.55% 61,932 60.20% 104,877 1.66% 2,884 1.41% 2,457 1.19% 2,076
Glenn 35.69% 2,607 60.41% 4,412 1.62% 118 2.15% 157 0.14% 10
Kings 34.05% 7,720 61.84% 14,019 1.24% 282 1.69% 384 1.17% 266
Lassen 33.84% 2,856 57.84% 4,881 2.41% 203 4.48% 378 1.43% 121
Modoc 33.72% 1,238 58.62% 2,152 2.02% 74 4.20% 154 1.44% 53
Kern 32.18% 47,771 61.60% 91,441 1.99% 2,957 2.82% 4,179 1.41% 2092
Tulare 31.18% 21,296 64.86% 44,304 1.49% 1,020 1.52% 1,041 0.95% 647
Madera 31.02% 9,199 64.19% 19,035 1.94% 576 1.65% 489 1.20% 355

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Secretary of State" (PDF). Secretary of State of California. 2006-12-16. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-07-24. Retrieved 2008-07-22.
  2. ^ "Registration and Participation" (PDF). Secretary of State of California. 2006-12-18. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-07-17. Retrieved 2008-07-16.

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