California Election Results 2022 – The New York Times

Dahleincumbent


Republican

61%

Sand with


Democrat

39%

51%

Woodincumbent


Democrat

68%

Svolos


Republican

32%

41%

Gallagherincumbent


Republican

63%

48%

Aguiar-Curryincumbent


Democrat

65%

Pritchard


Republican

35%

40%

Patterson


Republican

59%

Chenoweth


Democrat

41%

40%

McCarthyincumbent


Democrat

63%

25%

Cooleyincumbent


Democrat

50.3%

Hoover


Republican

49.7%

25%

Pattersonincumbent


Republican

74%

Nichols


Liberal

26%

50%

Floraincumbent


Republican

68%

Tahirkheli


Democrat

32%

36%
25%

Wilsonincumbent


Democrat

58%

Callison


Independent

42%

47%

Connolly


Democrat

55%

Aminzadeh


Democrat

45%

40%

Villapuduaincumbent


Democrat

62%

34%

Wicksincumbent


Democrat

85%

Kinney


Republican

15%

36%

Graysonincumbent


Democrat

67%

Proctor


Republican

33%

44%

Bauer-Kahanincumbent


Democrat

64%

Rubae


Republican

36%

39%

Haneyincumbent


Democrat

68%

42%

Bontaincumbent


Democrat

86%

Pechenuk


Republican

14%

28%

Tingincumbent


Democrat

79%

Weide


Republican

21%

42%

Kumagai


Democrat

41%

28%
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40%

Alanis


Republican

57%

42%

Bermanincumbent


Democrat

72%

44%

Leeincumbent


Democrat

67%

Brunton


Republican

33%

34%

Kalraincumbent


Democrat

68%

Walking


Republican

32%

45%

Lowincumbent


Democrat

72%

Gorsulowsky


Republican

28%

45%

Sorry


Democrat

50.3%

Pazin


Republican

49.7%

44%

Pellerin


Democrat

65%

Lawler


Republican

35%

39%

Rivasincumbent


Democrat

63%

Castro


Republican

37%

41%

Nohrden


Republican

39%

40%

Arambulaincumbent


Democrat

59%

Calandra


Republican

41%

46%

Fongincumbent


Republican

Unopposed

Mathisincumbent


Republican

63%

49%

Lackeyincumbent


Republican

59%

Smithincumbent


Republican

41%

35%
22%

Garciaincumbent


Democrat

56%

Weeks


Republican

44%

30%

Stoker


Republican

42%

45%

Bennettincumbent


Democrat

60%

Brocato


Republican

40%

47%

Carrillo


Democrat

55%

Swamp


Republican

45%

40%

Martinez Valladresincumbent


Republican

54%

Schiavo


Democrat

46%

40%

Holdenincumbent


Democrat

58%

McMahon


Republican

42%

38%

Mills


Republican

46%

46%

Rivasincumbent


Democrat

70%

Massaquoi


Republican

30%

40%

Friedmanincumbent


Democrat

66%

Jacobsen


Republican

34%

43%

Ramosincumbent


Democrat

61%

Martinez


Republican

39%

27%

Gabrielincumbent


Democrat

60%

Making love


Republican

40%

46%

Holstege


Democrat

56%

Wallis


Republican

44%

30%

Rubioincumbent


Democrat

56%

40%

Fongincumbent


Democrat

62%

Edge


Republican

38%

40%

Reyesincumbent


Democrat

57%

Stark


Republican

43%

31%

Abramson


Democrat

45%

48%

Carrilloincumbent


Democrat

60%

40%

Rodriguezincumbent


Democrat

59%

Holle


Republican

41%

34%

Santiagoincumbent


Democrat

74%

Alaniz


Republican

26%

44%

Brianincumbent


Democrat

80%

Cask


Republican

20%

48%

Calderonincumbent


Democrat

54%

Martinez


Republican

46%

40%

Jones-Sawyerincumbent


Democrat

Unopposed

Cervantesincumbent


Democrat

57%

Murphy


Republican

43%

31%

Chenincumbent


Republican

72%

45%

Jackson


Democrat

57%

Diaz-Nava


Republican

43%

31%

Pullen-Miles


Democrat

39%

42%

Rendonincumbent


Democrat

63%

Estrada


Democrat

37%

40%

An essay


Republican

53%

31%

Pacheco


Democrat

56%

Ortiz


Republican

44%

42%

Gipsonincumbent


Democrat

64%

Iqbal-Zubair


Democrat

36%

40%

Muratsuchiincumbent


Democrat

56%

Bark


Republican

44%

40%

Yoo


Republican

50.3%

Quirk-Silvaincumbent


Democrat

49.7%

46%

Valencia


Democrat

58%

Tardif


Republican

42%

47%

Lowenthal


Democrat

60%

40%
47%

Rahn


Republican

50.2%

Sánchez


Republican

49.8%

40%

Dixon


Republican

57%

Mancuso


Democrat

43%

47%

Petrie-Norrisincumbent


Democrat

54%

Choiincumbent


Republican

46%

47%

Daviesincumbent


Republican

54%

46%

Waldronincumbent


Republican

67%

Voepelincumbent


Republican

33%

45%

Bruce-Lane


Republican

50.4%

Mainscheinincumbent


Democrat

49.6%

45%

Boerner Horvathincumbent


Democrat

58%

Downey


Republican

42%

47%

Wardincumbent


Democrat

65%

Gonzales


Republican

35%

48%

Weberincumbent


Democrat

61%

Sabol


Republican

39%

46%

Alvarezincumbent


Democrat

72%

45%

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