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1986 California Congressional Results
Key to Party Identification
Senator
Alan Cranston (D) U.S. Rep. Ed Zschau (R) Paul Kangas (P&F), Breck McKinley (L), Edward B. "Ed" Vallen (IA),
1st Congressional District
Douglas H. "Doug" Bosco (D) Floyd G. Sampson (R) Elden McFarland (P&F)
2nd Congressional District
Stephen C. "STeve" Swendiman (D) Wally Herger (R) Harry H. Pendery (L)
3rd Congressional District
Robert T. Matsui (D) Lowell Patrick Landowski (R)
4th Congressional District
Vic Fazio (D) Jack D. Hite (R)
5th Congressional District
Sala Burton (D) Mike Garza (R) Samuel K. Grove (L), Theodore "Ted" Zuur (P&F),
6th Congressional District
Barbara Boxer (D) Franklin "Harry" Ernst, III (R)
7th Congressional District
George Miller (D) Rosemary Thakar (R)
8th Congressional District
Ronald V. "Ron" Dellums (D) Steven Eigenberg (R) Lawrence R. Manuel (P&F)
9th Congressional District
Fortney "Pete" Stark (D) David M. Williams (R)
10th Congressional District
Don Edwards (D) Michael R. LaCrone (R) Perr Cardestam (L), Bradley L. Mayer (P&F),
11th Congressional District
Tom Lantos (D) G. M. "Bill" Quraishi (R)
12th Congressional District
Lance T. Weil (D) Ernest L. Konnyu (R) Bill White (L)
13th Congressional District
Norman Y. Mineta (D) Bob Nash (R)
14th Congressional District
Bill Steele (D) Norman D. Shumway (R) Bruce A. Daniel (L),
15th Congressional District
Tony Coelho (D) Carol Harner (R) Richard M. Harris (L)
16th Congressional District
Leon E. Panetta (D) Louis Darrigo (R) Bill Anderson (L), Ron Wright (P&F),
17th Congressional District
John Hartnett (D) Charles "Chip" Pashayan, Jr. (R)
18th Congressional District
Richard H. Lehman (D) David C. Crevelt (R)
19th Congressional District
Wayne B. Norris (D) Robert J. "Bob" Lagomarsino (R) George Hasara (L)
20th Congressional District
Jules H. Moquin (D) William M. "Bill" Thomas (R)
21st Congressional District
Gilbert R. Saldana (D) Elton W. Gallegly (R) Daniel Wiener (L)
22nd Congressional District
John G. Simmons (D) Carlos J. Moorhead (R) Joel Lorimer (P&F), Jona Joy Bergland (L),
23rd Congressional District
Anthony C. Beilenson (D) Geroge Woolverton (R) Taylor Rhodes (L), Tom Hopke (P&F),
24th Congressional District
Henry A. Waxman (D) No Republican James Green (P&F), George Abrahams (L),
25th Congressional District
Edward R. Roybal (D) Gregory L. Hardy (R) Ted Brown (L),
26th Congressional District
Howard L. Berman (D) Robert M. Kerns (R)
27th Congressional District
Mel Levine (D) Rob Scribner (R) Larry Leathers (L), Thomas L. O'Connor, Jr. (P&F),
28th Congressional District
Julian C. Dixon (D) George Zaldivar Adams (R) Howard Johnson (L),
29th Congressional District
Augustus F. "Gus" Hawkins (D) John Van de Brooke (R) Waheed Boctor (L)
30th Congressional District
Matthew G. "Marty" Martinez (D) John W. Almquist (R) Kim J. Goldsworthy (L),
31st Congressional District
Mervyn M. Dymally (D) Jack McMurray (R) B. Kwaku Duren (P&F)
32nd Congressional District
Glenn M. Anderson (D) Joyce M. Robertson (R) John S. Donohue (P&F)
33rd Congressional District
Monty Hempel (D) David Dreir (R) Mike Noonan (P&F)
34th Congressional District
Estaban Edward Torres (D) Charles M. House (R)
35th Congressional District
R. "Sarge" Hall (D) Jerry Lewis (R)
36th Congressional District
Goerge E. Brown, Jr. (D) Bob Henley (R)
37th Congressional District
David E. "Dave" Skinner (D) Alfred A. "Al" McCandless (R)
38th Congressional District
Richard Robinson (D) Robert K. "B-1" Dornan (R), Lee Connelly (L)
39th Congressional District
David D. Vest (D) William E. "Bill" Dannemeyer (R) Frank Boeheim (P&F)
40th Congressional District
Bruce W. Sumner (D) Robert E. Badham (R) Steve Sears (P&F)
41st Congressional District
Dan Kripe (D) Bill Lowery (R) Dick Rider (L)
42nd Congressional District
Michael P. Blackburn (D) Daniel E. Lungren (R) Kate McClatchy (P&F)
43rd Congressional District
Joseph Chirra (D) Ron Packard (R) Phyllis Avery (L),
44th Congressional District
Jim Bates (D) Bill Mitchell (R) Dennis Thompson (L), Shirley Isaacson (P&F),
45th Congressional District
Hewitt Fitts Ryan (D) Duncan Hunter (R) Lee Schwartz (L)

1. Key to Party Identification.
(AI) = American-Independent Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(P&F) = Peace and Freedom Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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