DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 1 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 98  (21.5%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JEFF RAINFORTH, Marketing Coodinator (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MIKE SCHMIER, Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CHARLES "CHUCK" PINEDA,, State Hearing Officer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CHRISTOPHER SPROUL, Environmental Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ANGELYNE, Entertainer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
STEPHEN L. KNAPP, Engineer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
BILL SIMON, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
PATRICIA G. TILLEY, Attorney (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
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Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (CHARLES "CHUCK" PINEDA,, State Hearing Officer (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 2 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 98  (21.5%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JEFF RAINFORTH, Marketing Coodinator (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
MIKE SCHMIER, Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CHRISTOPHER SPROUL, Environmental Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ANGELYNE, Entertainer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
STEPHEN L. KNAPP, Engineer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
BILL SIMON, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
PATRICIA G. TILLEY, Attorney (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
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Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (JEFF RAINFORTH, Marketing Coodinator (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 3 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 98  (21.5%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MIKE SCHMIER, Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CHRISTOPHER SPROUL, Environmental Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ANGELYNE, Entertainer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
STEPHEN L. KNAPP, Engineer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
BILL SIMON, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
PATRICIA G. TILLEY, Attorney (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
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Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (PATRICIA G. TILLEY, Attorney (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 4 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 98  (21.5%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MIKE SCHMIER, Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CHRISTOPHER SPROUL, Environmental Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ANGELYNE, Entertainer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
STEPHEN L. KNAPP, Engineer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
BILL SIMON, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

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No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (STEPHEN L. KNAPP, Engineer (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 5 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MIKE SCHMIER, Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CHRISTOPHER SPROUL, Environmental Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ANGELYNE, Entertainer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
BILL SIMON, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

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No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (ANGELYNE, Entertainer (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 6 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MIKE SCHMIER, Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CHRISTOPHER SPROUL, Environmental Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
BILL SIMON, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (MIKE SCHMIER, Attorney (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 7 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CHRISTOPHER SPROUL, Environmental Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
BILL SIMON, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (CHRISTOPHER SPROUL, Environmental Attorney (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 8 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
BILL SIMON, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (BILL SIMON, Businessman (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 9 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (AUDIE BOCK, Educator/Small Businesswoman (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 10 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (REVA RENEE RENZ, Small Business Owner (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 11 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 31  (6.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN, Attorney/Realtor/Businesswoman (American Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 12 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (RICHARD ANDREW GOSSE, Educator (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 13 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

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No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (RONALD J. FRIEDMAN, Physician (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

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Round 14 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (DARRIN H. SCHEIDLE, Businessman/Entrepreneur (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

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Round 15 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (MICHAEL JACKSON, Satellite Project Manager (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

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Round 16 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (ROBERT C. NEWMAN II, Psychologist/Farmer (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

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Round 17 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 70  (15.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (DANIEL J. RAMIREZ, Businessman/Entrepreneur/Father (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

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Round 18 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

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No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (MOHAMMAD ARIF, Businessman (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 19 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (LAWRENCE STEVEN STRAUSS, Lawyer/Businessperson/Student (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 20 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (KELLY P. KIMBALL, Business Executive (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 21 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (KURT E. RIGHTMYER, Middleweight Sumo Wrestler (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 22 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (SHARON RUSHFORD, Businesswoman (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 23 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (NATHAN WHITECLOUD WALTON, Student (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 24 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (CARL A. MEHR, Businessman (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 25 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (KEVIN RICHTER, Information Technology Manager (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 26 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (SARA ANN HANLON, Businesswoman (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 27 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 32  (7.0%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (RICHARD J. SIMMONS, Attorney/Businessperson (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 28 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 33  (7.3%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (HEATHER PETERS, Mediator (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 29 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 33  (7.3%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (RALPH A. HERNANDEZ, District Attorney Inspector (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 30 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 33  (7.3%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (GARRETT GRUENER, High-Tech Entreprenuer (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 31 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 71  (15.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 33  (7.3%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (JACK LOYD GRISHAM, Musician/Laborer (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 32 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 33  (7.3%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic) 
 
 1  (0.2%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (TIM SYLVESTER, Entrepreneur (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 33 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 33  (7.3%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)  Defeated
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (JERRY KUNZMAN, Chief Executive Officer (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 34 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 33  (7.3%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)  Defeated
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (RONALD JASON PALMIERI, Gay Rights Attorney (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 35 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 99  (21.8%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 33  (7.3%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian) 
 
 2  (0.4%)  Defeated
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (KEN HAMIDI, State Tax Officer (Libertarian)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 36 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 100  (22.0%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 34  (7.5%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)  Defeated
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (DOUGLAS ANDERSON, Mortgage Broker (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 37 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 100  (22.0%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 35  (7.7%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent) 
 
 2  (0.4%)  Defeated
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (BROOKE ADAMS, Business Executive (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 38 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 100  (22.0%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 35  (7.7%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 19  (4.2%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 11  (2.4%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic) 
 
 2  (0.4%)  Defeated
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (DAN FEINSTEIN, No Ballot Designation Requested (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 39 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 100  (22.0%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 35  (7.7%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 19  (4.2%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican) 
 
 2  (0.4%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (JAMIE ROSEMARY SAFFORD, Business Owner (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 40 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 100  (22.0%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 35  (7.7%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 19  (4.2%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic) 
 
 3  (0.7%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (EDWARD "ED" KENNEDY, Businessman/Educator (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 41 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 100  (22.0%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 19  (4.2%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican) 
 
 3  (0.7%)  Defeated
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (RANDALL D. SPRAGUE, Discrimination Complaint Investigator (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 42 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 100  (22.0%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 19  (4.2%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic) 
 
 4  (0.9%)  Defeated
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 4  (0.9%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (CHRISTOPHER RANKEN, Planning Commissioner (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 43 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 100  (22.0%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 19  (4.2%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 6  (1.3%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law) 
 
 5  (1.1%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (IRIS ADAM, Business Analyst (Natural Law)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 44 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 101  (22.2%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 36  (7.9%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 19  (4.2%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian) 
 
 5  (1.1%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (NED ROSCOE, Cigarette Retailer (Libertarian)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 45 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 101  (22.2%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 37  (8.1%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 21  (4.6%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)   
PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican) 
 
 5  (1.1%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (PETER V. UEBERROTH, Businessman (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 46 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 102  (22.4%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 72  (15.8%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 22  (4.8%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green) 
 
 5  (1.1%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (IVAN A. HALL, Custom Denture Manufacturer (Green)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 47 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 102  (22.4%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 73  (16.0%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 22  (4.8%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)   
TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent) 
 
 7  (1.5%)  Defeated
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

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No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (TODD RICHARD LEWIS, Businessman (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

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Round 48 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 102  (22.4%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 73  (16.0%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 22  (4.8%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)   
JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian) 
 
 8  (1.8%)  Defeated
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 8  (1.8%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

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No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (JOHN J. "JACK" HICKEY, Healthcare District Director (Libertarian)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 49 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 103  (22.6%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 73  (16.0%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 38  (8.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 40  (8.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 24  (5.3%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)   
BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic) 
 
 8  (1.8%)  Defeated
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 9  (2.0%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

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No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (BRUCE MARGOLIN, Marijuana Legalization Attorney (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
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Round 50 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 103  (22.6%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 73  (16.0%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 39  (8.6%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 40  (8.8%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 24  (5.3%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)   
DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green) 
 
 9  (2.0%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (DANIEL T. WATTS, College Student (Green)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
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Round 51 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 105  (23.1%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 74  (16.3%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 39  (8.6%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 42  (9.2%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 24  (5.3%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 19  (4.2%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 13  (2.9%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 12  (2.6%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican) 
 
 10  (2.2%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (ALEX-ST. JAMES, Public Policy Strategist (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 52 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 105  (23.1%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 74  (16.3%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 39  (8.6%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 42  (9.2%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 24  (5.3%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 22  (4.8%)   
GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic) 
 
 14  (3.1%)  Defeated
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 15  (3.3%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (GEORGY RUSSELL, Software Engineer (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 53 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 108  (23.7%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 77  (16.9%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 41  (9.0%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 42  (9.2%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 24  (5.3%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 22  (4.8%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent) 
 
 15  (3.3%)  Defeated
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 16  (3.5%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (C. STEPHEN HENDERSON, Teacher (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 54 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 108  (23.7%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 77  (16.9%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 41  (9.0%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 42  (9.2%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 24  (5.3%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 28  (6.2%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 17  (3.7%)   
DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic) 
 
 16  (3.5%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (DAVID LAUGHING HORSE ROBINSON, Tribal Chairman (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 55 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 108  (23.7%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 77  (16.9%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 41  (9.0%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 43  (9.5%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 24  (5.3%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 29  (6.4%)   
GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)  Defeated
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 19  (4.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (GARY COLEMAN, Actor (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 56 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 111  (24.4%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 78  (17.1%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 43  (9.5%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 43  (9.5%)   
MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent) 
 
 18  (4.0%)  Defeated
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 24  (5.3%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 29  (6.4%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 21  (4.6%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (MARY "MARY CAREY" COOK, Adult Film Actress (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 57 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 114  (25.1%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 79  (17.4%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 43  (9.5%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 43  (9.5%)   
TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican) 
 
 24  (5.3%)  Defeated
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 29  (6.4%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 29  (6.4%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (TOM MCCLINTOCK, State Senator (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 58 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 116  (25.5%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 80  (17.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 43  (9.5%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 60  (13.2%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 29  (6.4%)  Defeated
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 30  (6.6%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 59 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 116  (25.5%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 80  (17.6%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 43  (9.5%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 60  (13.2%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 28  (6.2%)   
LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic) 
 
 30  (6.6%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (LARRY FLYNT, Publisher (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 60 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 120  (26.4%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 85  (18.7%)   
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent) 
 
 47  (10.3%)  Defeated
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 66  (14.5%)   
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 28  (6.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, Author/Columnist/Mother (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 61 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 143  (31.4%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 93  (20.4%)   
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican) 
 
 67  (14.7%)  Defeated
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 28  (6.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Actor/Businessman (Republican)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 62 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 147  (32.3%)   
CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic) 
 
 100  (22.0%)  Defeated
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 28  (6.2%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (50%), so the last-place candidate (CRUZ M. BUSTAMANTE, Lieutenant Governor (Democratic)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
DemoChoice Web Poll: If Gray Davis is recalled, who should replace him?
1 candidate will be elected with 455 ballots cast.

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Round 63 Legend  
PETER MIGUEL CAMEJO, Financial Investment Advisor (Green) 
 
 179  (39.3%)  Elected
GENE FORTE, Executive Recruiter/Entrepreneur (Republican) 
 
 28  (6.2%)  Defeated
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

At this point, the number of remaining candidates equals the number of remaining seats, so the remaining candidates are declared elected.
In the end, 39.3% of all cast ballots counted toward a winner. This compares to 21.5% if only the first-round votes were used.

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Ballot Depth: This shows how much the lower rankings on ballots contributed to the winning candidate.

Rank   Fraction of votes for winner
1st 
 
54.7%   
2nd 
 
21.2%   
3rd 
 
10.6%   
4th 
 
6.7%   
5th 
 
2.2%   
6th 
 
1.1%   
7th 
 
1.1%   
8th 
 
1.1%   
10th 
 
1.1%   
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