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2010 California Primary Results

First Posted: 06/08/10 07:11 PM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 05:45 PM ET

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- California Republicans took an historic step Tuesday by nominating two wealthy businesswomen to challenge Democratic icons for governor and U.S. Senate, setting in motion an election season of big-money campaigns and high drama in the nation's most populous state.

Meg Whitman, the billionaire former eBay chief executive, easily won the Republican primary for California governor while former Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Carly Fiorina was nominated to challenge Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer in the fall. (For the whole story click HERE.)

100.0% ( 22,894 of 22,894 ) precincts partially
or fully reporting as of June 9, 2010, at 8:02 a.m.

California Governor's Races
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Democratic
Richard William Aguirre 71,493 4.1%
Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown 1,478,752 84.1%
Lowell Darling 30,135 1.7%
Vibert Greene 41,004 2.3%
Charles "Chuck" Pineda, Jr. 71,484 4.1%
Peter Schurman 26,794 1.5%
Joe Symmon 39,998 2.2%



Republican
Bill Chambers 25,574 1.5%
Douglas R. Hughes 19,219 1.1%
Ken Miller 25,322 1.4%
Lawrence "Larry" Naritelli 38,163 2.3%
Robert C. Newman II 27,462 1.6%
Steve Poizner 461,823 26.9%
David Tully-Smith 18,310 1.0%
Meg Whitman 1,101,528 64.2%
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