California's 2nd State Senate district

California's 2nd State Senate district

Infobox
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title = California's 2nd State Senate district


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label1 = Registration
data1 = 49.6% Democratic 29.2% Republican 14.0% DTS
header2 =
label2 = Demographics
data2 = 68.6% White 16.3% Latino 5.9% Asian 4.8% Black 2.8% N. American 0.6% Multiracial 0.6% Other 0.4% Pac. Islander
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label3 = Population (2000)
data3 = 846,790
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label4 = Voting-age population
data4 = 636,981
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label5 = Registered voters
data5 = 468,560

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California's 2nd State Senate District is one of 40 Senate Districts. It is currently represented by Democrat Pat Wiggins of Santa Rosa.

District Profile

The district stretches along most of California's northern coast, including the entirety of Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, and Napa Counties, as well as parts of Solano and Sonoma Counties. In Solano County, it contains the entirety of the cities of Benicia, Rio Vista, and Vallejo, and the CDP of Green Valley. In Sonoma County, it contains the entirety of the cities of Cloverdale, Healdsburg, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma, and Windsor; the entirety of the CDPs of Bodega Bay, Fetters Hot Springs, Forestville, Glen Ellen, Graton, Guerneville, Monte Rio, Occidental, Roseland; and parts of the CDPs of Boyes Hot Springs and Eldridge.

Election Results

2006

Election box candidate with party link
party = California Democratic Party
candidate = Patricia "Pat" Wiggins
votes = 173,053
percentage = 66.1
change = +2.6
Election box candidate with party link
party = California Republican Party
candidate = Lawrence R. Wiesner
votes = 88,960
percentage = 33.9
change = +1.5
Election box total
votes = 262,013
percentage = 100.0
change =
Election box majority
votes = 84,093
percentage = 32.2
change = +1.1
Election box turnout
votes =
percentage =
change =
Election box hold with party link
winner = California Democratic Party
swing = +1.1

2002

Election box candidate with party link
party = California Democratic Party
candidate = Wesley Chesbro (incumbent)
votes = 156,755
percentage = 63.3
change = +12.1
Election box candidate with party link
party = California Republican Party
candidate = Peggy Redfearn
votes = 80,079
percentage = 32.6
change = -9.3
Election box candidate with party link
party = Libertarian Party of California
candidate = Laura Jean Likover
votes = 12,214
percentage = 4.1
change = +4.1
Election box total
votes = 249,048
percentage = 100.0
change =
Election box majority
votes = 76,676
percentage = 31.1
change = +21.4
Election box turnout
votes =
percentage =
change =
Election box hold with party link
winner = Democratic Party (United States)
swing = +21.4

1993 (Special)

Election box winning candidate with party link no change
party = California Democratic Party
candidate = Mike Thompson
votes = 48,098
percentage = 47.57
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = California Republican Party
candidate = Margie Handley
votes = 47,420
percentage = 46.90
Election box candidate with party link no change
party = Peace and Freedom Party (United States)
candidate = Phil Baldwin
votes = 5,582
percentage = 5.52
Election box total no change
votes = 101,100
percentage = 100.00
Election box turnout no change
percentage =
Election box hold with party link without swing
winner = California Democratic Party

List of Representatives

ee also

*California State Senate Districts
*California State Senate
*Districts in California

References

External links

Official Profile of Senate District from California State Senate-- [http://www.sen.ca.gov/ftp/SEN/senplan/SD02.HTM]


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