2010 Student Mock General Election


Student Mock Election

October 26, 2010
Statewide Results

As of 11/04/2010 - 3:38 p.m.

433 of 629 Participating Schools Reporting





Governor Party Affiliation # of Votes %
Chelene Nightingale American Independent 6,158 5.25%
Jerry Brown Democratic 57,463 48.96%
Laura Wells Green 6,746 5.75%
Dale F. Ogden Libertarian 3,291 2.80%
Carlos Alvarez Peace and Freedom 17,406 14.83%
Meg Whitman Republican 26,308 22.41%
U.S. Senate Party Affiliation # of Votes %
Edward C. Noonan American Independent 6,568 6.01%
Barbara Boxer Democratic 53,037 48.57%
Duane Roberts Green 7,940 7.27%
Gail K. Lightfoot Libertarian 4,702 4.31%
Marsha Feinland Peace and Freedom 12,592 11.53%
Carly Fiorina Republican 24,367 22.31%
Ballot Measures Yes Votes % No Votes %
Prop. 19 - Legalizes marijuana under California but not federal law. Permits local governments to regulate and tax commercial production, distribution, and sale of marijuana. 57,872 51.74% 53,976 48.26%
Prop. 20 - Redistricting of congressional districts. 44,861 44.91% 55,036 55.09%
Prop. 21 - Establishes $18 annual vehicle license surcharge to help fund state parks and wildlife programs. Grants surcharged vehicles free admission to all state parks. 61,350 56.80% 46,666 43.20%
Prop. 22 - Prohibits the state from borrowing or taking funds used for transportation, redevelopment, or local government projects and services. 61,293 59.85% 41,114 40.15%
Prop. 23 - Suspends implementation of air pollution control law (AB 32) requiring major sources of emissions to report and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming, until unemployment drops to 5.5 percent or less for full year. 53,358 50.17% 52,998 49.83%
Prop. 24 - Repeals recent legislation that would allow businesses to lower their tax liability. 55,242 55.27% 44,713 44.73%
Prop. 25 - Changes legislative vote requirement to pass budget and budget-related legislation from two-thirds to a simple majority. Retains two-thirds vote requirement for taxes. 53,825 52.51% 48,682 47.49%
Prop. 26 - Requires that certain state and local fees be approved by two-thirds vote. Fees include those that address adverse impacts on society or the environment caused by fee-payer's business. 55,015 56.11% 43,040 43.89%
Prop. 27 - Eliminates state commission on redistricting. Consolidates authority for redistricting with elected representatives. 47,757 49.47% 48,780 50.53%

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