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13,384 of 18,422 precincts - 73 percent

Larry Elder, GOP 2,386,710 - 47 percent

Kevin Paffrath, Dem 500,611 - 10 percent

Kevin Faulconer, GOP 438,596 - 9 percent

Brandon Ross, Dem 285,945 - 6 percent

John Cox, GOP 224,436 - 4 percent

Kevin Kiley, GOP 161,254 - 3 percent

Jacqueline McGowan, Dem 146,970 - 3 percent

Joel Ventresca, Dem 135,474 - 3 percent

Daniel Watts, Dem 118,196 - 2 percent

Holly Baade, Dem 66,691 - 1 percent

Patrick Kilpatrick, Dem 64,869 - 1 percent

Armando Perez-Serrato, Dem 58,179 - 1 percent

Caitlyn Jenner, GOP 56,016 - 1 percent

John Drake, Dem 46,997 - 1 percent

Dan Kapelovitz, Grn 45,219 - 1 percent

Jeff Hewitt, Lib 35,071 - 1 percent

Ted Gaines, GOP 33,432 - 1 percent

Angelyne, NPP 26,552 - 1 percent

David Moore, NPP 21,013 - 0 percent

Doug Ose, GOP 18,650 - 0 percent

Michael Loebs, NPP 17,827 - 0 percent

Anthony Trimino, GOP 17,810 - 0 percent

Heather Collins, Grn 16,800 - 0 percent

Major Singh, NPP 14,859 - 0 percent

Denver Stoner, GOP 14,495 - 0 percent

David Lozano, GOP 14,239 - 0 percent

Steve Lodge, GOP 12,693 - 0 percent

Sam Gallucci, GOP 12,314 - 0 percent

Jenny Rae Le Roux, GOP 10,830 - 0 percent

David Bramante, GOP 8,080 - 0 percent

Diego Martinez, GOP 7,797 - 0 percent

Sarah Stephens, GOP 7,756 - 0 percent

Robert Newman, GOP 7,330 - 0 percent

Dennis Richter, NPP 7,265 - 0 percent

Denis Lucey, NPP 5,816 - 0 percent

Daniel Mercuri, GOP 5,245 - 0 percent

James Hanink, NPP 5,106 - 0 percent

Chauncey Killens, GOP 4,950 - 0 percent

Leo Zacky, GOP 4,539 - 0 percent

Kevin Kaul, NPP 3,909 - 0 percent

David Hillberg, GOP 3,445 - 0 percent

Rhonda Furin, GOP 3,017 - 0 percent

Adam Papagan, NPP 2,776 - 0 percent

Nickolas Wildstar, GOP 2,660 - 0 percent

Jeremy Marciniak, NPP 2,100 - 0 percent

Joe Symmon, GOP 1,749 - 0 percent

AP Elections 09-15-2021 18:50

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