Assembly District 41

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Chris Holden, Democrat



How residents of AD41 have voted:

AD41
2008 Statewide Primary
Brownley (D) 30,559
Bernsley (R) 12,304
AD41
2006 General
Brownley 78,380
Dolz 44,543
Frankowski 4,027
AD41
2006 Gubernatorial Primary
Brownley (D) 13,510
Dolz (R) 12,792
Groveman (D) 10,295
Levey (D) 7,773
Hayes-Raitt (D) 5,985
Van Hemert (R) 4,164
O'Brien (D) 1,231
1 others*
Governor
2006 Gubernatorial Primary
Angelides (D) 22,661
Schwarzenegger (R) 18,808
Westly (D) 16,036
13 others*
Governor
Gubanatorial Special
Schwarzenegger 64,753
Bustamante 48,125
McClintock 15,281
Camejo 4,623
Recall Gov. Davis
Gubanatorial Special
No 73,079
Yes 67,892
*Candidates receiving less than 0.5% of the winner's total are not shown.
Source: Secretary of State

Voter registration in AD41 Click on points to see percentages


Source: Secretary of State

 

Today's headlines


Califorina lawmakers pass new law regulating massage therapy
Inland Daily Bulletin, Sept. 2, 2014  »E-mail story
The state legislature approved a new law to regulate massage therapy this weekend in one of the final actions of the government body this session.The Massage Therapy Reform Act, authored by Assemblymen Chris Holden, D-Pasadena, Jimmy Gomez, D-Los Angeles, and Susan Bonilla, D-Concord, replaces the original state massage law that was passed in 2008.

California lawmakers pass new law regulating massage therapy
Inland Daily Bulletin, Sept. 2, 2014  »E-mail story
The state legislature approved a new law to regulate massage therapy this weekend in one of the final actions of the government body this session.The Massage Therapy Reform Act, authored by Assemblymen Chris Holden, D-Pasadena, Jimmy Gomez, D-Los Angeles, and Susan Bonilla, D-Concord, replaces the original state massage law that was passed in 2008.

California lawmakers pass new law regulating massage therapy
Inland Daily Bulletin, Sept. 2, 2014  »E-mail story
The state legislature approved a new law to regulate massage therapy this weekend in one of the final actions of the government body this session.The Massage Therapy Reform Act, authored by Assemblymen Chris Holden, D-Pasadena, Jimmy Gomez, D-Los Angeles, and Susan Bonilla, D-Concord, replaces the original state massage law that was passed in 2008.
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