California Secretary of State - Elections Division
|2005 California Special Congressional Election|
2005 Los Angeles Mayor Results
Special Election in the 5th Congressional District Filing Deadline: January 24, 2005, Special Election Primary: March 8, 2005, Special Election for 5th Congressional Distrist: May 3, 2005,
Special Election in the 48th Congressional District Filing Deadline: September 24, 2005, Special Election Primary for 48th Congressional District: 10/4/05, Special Election for the 48th Congressional District: 12/6/05,
Last Updated: March 8, 2005
|Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties,
|Mayor of the City of Los Angeles (Non Partisan), 53.5% in 2001, next election in 2005, Polls|
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic,
Councilmember '01 candidate Antonio R. Villaraigosa (D) 32.92%,
James Kenneth "Jim" Hahn (D) 23.72%,
ex-Assembly Speaker Robert "Bob" Hertzberg (D) 22.23%,
ex-police chief / councilmember Bernard C. Parks (D) 13.36%,
St. Sen. Richard Alarcon (D) 3.6%,
attorney Walter Moore (R) 2.77%,
meatpacker / '98 NY Att. Gen. write in candidate Wendy Lyons (SW) 0.47%,
senior citizen advocate Addie M. Miller (I) 0.32%,
artist / state employee Martin Luther King Aubrey, Sr. (I) 0.21%,
'04 presidential candidate / businessman Bill Wyatt (R) 0.19%,
Bruce Harry Darian (F) 0.13%,
news paper publisher Ted Crisell (D) 0.09%,
|5th Congressional District, 71.4% in '04, Robert T. Matsui (D) died 1/2/04 before starting his 14th term|
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic, Cook Political Report: Likely Democrat,
|widow / ex- White House liason Doris Matsui (D) 69.1%,
||ex-Gov. aide John Thomas Flynn (R) 7.56%, business consultant Serge Chernay (R) 4.28%, investment banker Patrick Michael O'Brien (R) 3.14%, ex-Kings ball boy / attorney Sheland "Shane" Singh (R) 2.1%, electrical technician Bruce Stevens (R) 1.33%,
||'04 nominee / software developer Pat Driscoll (G) 1.19%,|
|ex-Green Party member / law school dean Julie Padilla (D) 8.45%, case hearing representative / '98, '02 & '03 Gov. candidate Charles Chuck Pineda, Jr. (D) 0.8%,
||'03 Governor recall candidate / bail bondsman J. Leonard Padilla (I) 1.14%, |
|college instructional assistant Gale Morgan (L) 0.57%,|
|potter / '04 nominee peace activist / John C. Reiger (PF) 0.3%,|
|write in votes 0.11%|
|48th Congressional District, 65.0% in '04, 9th term, Christopher "Chris" Cox (R) nominated to S.E.C.|
Special Election Primary: 10/4/05, Special Election: 12/6/05
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican, Cook Political Report: Solid Republican,
|attorney Steve Young (D) 8.7%,
professor / '00, '02 & '04 nominee John L. Graham (D) 4.0%, teacher / 2000 St. Assembly candidate Beatrice I. "Bea" Foster (D) 3.2%, consultant Tom Pallow (D) 0.3%,
|St. Sen. John Campbell (R) 45.5%,
ex-AM Marilyn C. Brewer (R) 17.1%, '00 candidate physician Don A. Udall (R) 1.6%, ex-Tustin Councilman John Kelly (R) 1.2%, dentist David R. Crouch (R) 0.6%, lawyer Scott MacCabe (R) 0.4%, realtor Masha A. Morris (R) 0.4%, attorney Guy E. Mailly (R) 0.2%, businessman Marshall Samuel Sanders (R) 0.1%, businessman Edward A. Suppe (R) 0.1%,
|Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist (AI) 14.8%,|
|teacher Béa Tirtilli (G) 0.9%,|
|realtor Bruce D. Cohen (L) 0.8%, |
|Delecia Holt (R/WI) 0.0%, Steven Wesley Blake (R/WI) 0.0%, D. Bruce Smith (WI) 0.0%,|
1. Link to Predictions:
2. D.C.'s Political Report's stars indicate the rating of the race from 1 star to 5 stars depending on its entertainment value.
The color indicates D.C.'s Political Report's prediction of the winning party.
| = Democrat retain control,
|| = Democrats take over control,
| = Republican retain control,
|| = Republicans take over control,
| = Independent / 3rd Party retains control,
|| = Independent / 3rd Party take over control
|Bold indicates incumbent.
||Yellow district indicates open races.
|Light Blue boxes indicates Democrats maintained control.
||Light Red boxes indicates Republicans maintained control.
|Blue boxes indicates Democrats took control.
||Red boxes indicates Republicans took control.
3. Key to California Political Parties: