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California Secretary of State - Elections Division
1988 California Presidential and Congressional Results
Key to Party Identification
President
Governor Michael Dukakis (D) Vice President George H. W. Bush (R) ex-U.S. Rep. Ronad E. "Ron" Paul (L), Lenora B. Fulani (I), Warren "James" Griffen (AI), write-in
Senator
Lt. Gov. Leo McCarthy (D) Pete Wilson (R) M. Elizabeth Munoz (P&F), Jack Dean (L), Merton D. Short (IA),
1st Congressional District
Douglas H. "Doug" Bosco (D) Samuel "Mark" Vanderbilt (R) Eric Fried (P&F)
2nd Congressional District
Wayne Meyer (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) No Republican write in
5th Congressional District, Burton (D) retiring
Nancy Pelosi (D) Bruce Micahel O'Neill (R) Sam Grove (L), Theodore "Ted" Zuur (P&F),
6th Congressional District
Barbara Boxer (D) William Steinmetz (R)
7th Congressional District
George Miller (D) Jean Last (R)
8th Congressional District
Ronald V. "Ron" Dellums (D) John J. Cuddihy, Jr. (R) Tom Condit (P&F)
9th Congressional District
Fortney "Pete" Stark (D) Howard Hertz (R)
10th Congressional District
Don Edwards (D) Kennita Watson (R)
11th Congressional District
Tom Lantos (D) G. M. "Bill" Quraishi (R) Bill Wade (L), Victor Martinez (P&F), Nicholas W. Kudrovzeff (IA),
12th Congressional District, Konnyu (R) retiring
Anna G. Eshoo (D) Tom Campbell (R) Tom Grey (L)
13th Congressional District
Norman Y. Mineta (D) Luke Sommer (R) John H. Webster (L)
14th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican,
Patricia Malberg (D) Norman D. Shumway (R)
15th Congressional District
Tony Coelho (D) Carol Harner (R) Richard M. Harris (L)
16th Congressional District
Leon E. Panetta (D) Stanley Monteith (R)
17th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democrat,
Vincent Lavery (D) Charles "Chip" Pashayan, Jr. (R)
18th Congressional District
Richard H. Lehman (D) David A. Linn (R)
19th Congressional District
Gary K. Hart (D) Robert J. "Bob" Lagomarsino (R) Robert Donaldson (L)
20th Congressional District
Lita Reid (D) William M. "Bill" Thomas (R) David Bersohn (L)
21st Congressional District
Donald E. Stevens (D) Elton W. Gallegly (R) Robert Jay (L)
22nd Congressional District
John G. Simmons (D) Carlos J. Moorhead (R) Shirley Rachel Isaacson (P&F), Ted Brown (L),
23rd Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democrat,
Anthony C. Beilenson (D) Jim Salomon (R) John Vernon (L), John Honigsfeld (P&F), write in
24th Congressional District
Henry A. Waxman (D) John N. Cowles (R) James Green (P&F), George Abrahams (L),
25th Congressional District
Edward R. Roybal (D) No Republican Raul Reyes (P&F), John C. Thie (L),
26th Congressional District
Howard L. Berman (D) G. C. "Brodie" Broderson (R)
27th Congressional District
Mel Levine (D) Dennnis Galbraith (R) William J. Fulco (L)
28th Congressional District
Julian C. Dixon (D) George Zaldivar Adams (R) Howard Johnson (L), Salomea HOnigsfeld (P&F),
29th Congressional District
Augustus F. "Gus" Hawkins (D) Reuben D. Franco (R) Gregory P. Gilmore (L)
30th Congressional District
Matthew G. "Marty" Martinez (D) Ralph R. Ramirez (R) Houston Myers (AI), Kim J. Goldsworthy (L),
31st Congressional District
Mervyn M. Dymally (D) Arnold C. May (R) B. Kwaku Duren (P&F)
32nd Congressional District
Glenn M. Anderson (D) Sanford W. Kahn (R) Vikki Murdock (P&F), Marc F. Denny (L),
33rd Congressional District
Nelson Gentry (D) David Dreir (R) Gail Lightfoot (L), Mike Noonan (P&F)
34th Congressional District
Estaban Edward Torres (D) Charles M. House (R) Carl M. "Marty" Swinney (L)
35th Congressional District
Paul Sweeney (D) Jerry Lewis (R) Jeff Shuman (L)
36th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
Goerge E. Brown, Jr. (D) John Paul Stark (R) Kenneth E. Valentine (L), Fred L. Anderson (AI),
37th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Republican,
Johnny Pearson (D) Alfred A. "Al" McCandless (R) Bonnie Flickinger (L), write in,
38th Congressional District
Jerry Yudelson (D) Robert K. "B-1" Dornan (R), Bruce McKay (L), Frank German (P&F),
39th Congressional District
Don E. Marquis (D) William E. "Bill" Dannemeyer (R) Lee Connelly (L), write in
40th Congressional District, Badham (R) retiring
Lida Lenney (D) C. Christopher Cox (R) Roger Bloxham (L), Gretchen J. Farsai (P&F), write in,
41st Congressional District
Dan Kripe (D) Bill Lowery (R) Dick Rider (L), C.T. Weber (P&F),
42nd Congressional District, Lungren (R) ran for Attorney General
Guy C. Kimbrough (D) Dana Rohrabacher (R) Richard D. Rose (P&F)
43rd Congressional District
Howard Greenebaum (D) Ron Packard (R) Daniel L. Muhe (L),
44th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democrat,
Jim Bates (D) Rob Butterfield (R) Dennis Thompson (L),
45th Congressional District
Pete Lepiscopo (D) Duncan Hunter (R) Perry Willis (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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