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UPDATED: The-Signal.com election coverage: By the numbers

The latest national, state and local results.

Posted: November 4, 2008 2:21 p.m.
Updated: November 6, 2008 3:54 p.m.
Mike Ballard, IT director for the Democratic Headquarters on Lyons Ave. and Kathi Lyden the co-manager of the headqurters pins an Obama flag over the state of Iowa after the state was called for Obama. Mike Ballard, IT director for the Democratic Headquarters on Lyons Ave. and Kathi Lyden the co-manager of the headqurters pins an Obama flag over the state of Iowa after the state was called for Obama.
Mike Ballard, IT director for the Democratic Headquarters on Lyons Ave. and Kathi Lyden the co-manager of the headqurters pins an Obama flag over the state of Iowa after the state was called for Obama.
Barack Obama supporters at the Democratic Headquarters on Lyons Ave. watch the TV and celebrate as Obama takes the state of Iowa during the 44th presidential election. Barack Obama supporters at the Democratic Headquarters on Lyons Ave. watch the TV and celebrate as Obama takes the state of Iowa during the 44th presidential election.
Barack Obama supporters at the Democratic Headquarters on Lyons Ave. watch the TV and celebrate as Obama takes the state of Iowa during the 44th presidential election.
Santa Clarita Valley Democrats celebrate after Sen. Barack Obama wins the race to become the 44th president of the United States. Vincenzo's on Lyons Ave. served as one of the three Democratic headquarters in the SCV. Santa Clarita Valley Democrats celebrate after Sen. Barack Obama wins the race to become the 44th president of the United States. Vincenzo's on Lyons Ave. served as one of the three Democratic headquarters in the SCV.
Santa Clarita Valley Democrats celebrate after Sen. Barack Obama wins the race to become the 44th president of the United States. Vincenzo's on Lyons Ave. served as one of the three Democratic headquarters in the SCV.
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2008 GENERAL ELECTION
Tuesday, Nov. 4
UPDATED: 3:45 p.m. Thursday

PRESIDENTIAL
8:04 p.m. Tuesday: The Associated Press reports Sen. Barack Obama has won the presidential election.
8:16 p.m. Tuesday: Sen. John McCain concedes.

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PRESIDENTIAL
Popular votes (Sen. John McCain & Sen. Barack Obama):
 121,305,522

Republican: Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.)/Gov. Sarah Palin (R-Alaska) 56,785,572 (46% of the vote)
Electoral votes: 162
Democratic: Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.)/Sen. Joe Biden (D-Delaware) 64,519,950 (53%)
Electoral votes: 364 (270 needed to win)
Note: As of 3:45 p.m. Thursday, the popular vote in Missouri (11 electoral votes) was still too close to call. Numbers from all other states are included in the above tally.

CALIFORNIA STATE PROPOSITIONS
Proposition 1A: High Speed Rail Bonds
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 5,072,778 (52.2%)
No: 4,661,366 (47.8%)

Proposition 2: Standards for Confining Farm Animals
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 6,259,305 (63.2%)
No: 3,656,439 (36.8%)

Proposition 3: Children's Hospital Bond Act
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 5,314,395 (54.9%)
No: 4,382,760 (45.1%)

Proposition 4: Waiting Period and Parental Notification
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 4,761.465 (48%)
No: 5,157,174 (52%)

Proposition 5: Nonviolent Drug Offenses
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 3,909,949 (40%)
No: 5,843,962 (60%)

Proposition 6: Police and Law Enforcement Funding
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 2,927,597 (30.7%)
No: 6,581,530 (69.3%)

Proposition 7: Renewable Energy Generation
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 3,419,193 (35.1%)
No: 6,307,979 (64.9%)

Proposition 8: Eliminates Same-Sex Marriage
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 5,387,939 (52.5%)
No: 4,883,460 (47.5%)

Proposition 9: Victims' Rights
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 5,100,970 (53.5%)
No: 4,438,988 (46.5%)

Proposition 10: Alternative Fuel Vehicles
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 3,889.974 (40.2%)
No: 5,763,536 (59.8%)

Proposition 11: Redistricting
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 4,666,457 (50.6%)
No: 4,567,689 (49.4%)

Proposition 12: Veterans Bond Act
Precincts reporting: 25,423 of 25,423 (100%)
Yes: 5,998,849 (63.5%)
No: 3,452,835 (36.5%)

L.A. COUNTY MEASURES

L.A. COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Measure R: MTA Sales Tax

Precincts reporting: 4,883 (100%)
Yes: 1,633,442 (67.41%)
No: 789,601 (32.59%)
Note: These numbers do not include absentee and provisional ballots.

SCHOOL: WILLIAM S. HART UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION
Measure SA:
Hart School District Construction Bonds
Precincts reporting: 189 (100%)
Yes:45,829 (60.4%)
No: 30,049 (39.6%)

SCHOOL: ACTON-AGUA DULCE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Measure CF: High school facilities improvement
Precincts reporting: 14 (100%)
Yes: 2,775 (55.46%)
No: 2,229 (44.54%)

SANTA CLARITA VALLEY SANITATION DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION
Measure S: Sanitation District (water softeners)
Precincts reporting: 144 (100%)
Yes: 43,390 (63.93%)
No: 24,476 (36.07%)

UNINCORPORATED COUNTY
Measure U:
Utility Users' Tax
Precincts reporting: 708 (100%)
Yes: 151,798 (62.46%)
No: 91.230 (37.54%)

WATER DISTRICT: CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY
At Large:
Precincts reporting: 184 (100%)
Gary J. Lysik 11,567 (21.19%)
Bill Cooper (I) 36,470 (66.80%)
David V. Clark 6,558 (12.01%)

Division 1:
Precincts reporting: 59 (100%)
Eleda Luther 3,936 (25.45%)
Ronald "RJ" Kelly (I) 11,528 (74.55%)

Division 2:
Precincts reporting: 59 (100%)
E.G. "Jerry" Gladbach (I) 12,870 (70.64%)
David P. Martuscello 5,349 (29.36%)

Division 3:
Precincts reporting: 66 (100%)
William Pecsi (I) 11,995 (64.2%)
Leigh D. Hart 6,688 (35.8%)

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE
U.S. Congressional 25th District:
Precincts reporting: 543 of 543 (100%)
Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-Santa Clarita) 113,458 (57.5%)
Jacquese L. Conaway (Democrat) 84,024 (42.5%)

STATE SENATOR
17th Senate District:
Precincts reporting: 665 of 665 (100%)
George Runner (R-Santa Clarita) 143,097 (54.8%)
Bruce David McFarland (D) 118,463 (45.2%)

19th Senate District:
Precincts reporting: 744 of 744 (100%)
Tony Strickland (R-Thousand Oaks) 152,998 (49.9%)
Hannah-Beth Jackson (D) 153,106 (50.1%)

MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY
38th Assembly District:
Precincts reporting: 324 of 324 (100%)
Cameron Smyth (R-Santa Clarita) 80,334 (54.1%)
Carole Lutness (Democrat) 68,334 (45.9%)

37th Assembly District:
Precincts reporting: 383 of 383 (100%)
Audra Strickland (R) 73,673 (51.5%)
Ferial Masry (D) 69.646 (48.5%)

JUDICIAL
Office No. 72:
Precincts reporting: 4,883 (100%)
Hilleri Grossman Merritt 1,051,507 (53.33%)
Steve A. Simons 920,302 (46.67%)

Office No. 82:
Precincts reporting: 4,883 (100%)
Thomas Rubinson 1,006,125 (51.02)
Cynthia Loo 965,803 (48.98%)

Office No. 84:
Precincts reporting: 4,883 (100%)
Lori-Ann C. Jones 743,047 (38.56%)
Pat Connolly 1,183,835 (61.44%)

Office No. 94:
Precincts reporting: 4,883 (100%)
C. Edward Mack 689,861 (36.51%)
Michael J. O'Gara 1,199,429 (63.49%)

Office No. 154:
Precincts reporting: 4,883 (100%)
Michael V. Jesic 1,206,774 (63.08%)
Rocky L. Crabb 706,460 (36.92%)

CASTAIC AREA TOWN COUNCIL
Election Sat., Nov. 8, 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Voting location for all Regions:
Castaic Regional Sports Complex
32130 Castaic Road, Castaic

Region 1 (Live Oak, North Bluffs, Hasley Hills, Hillcrest Park):
Lori Bennett ____________ (____%)
Mary Kunak ____________ (____%)

Region 2 (Val Verde):
Richard Hood (unopposed) ____________ (____%)

Region 3 (Hasley, Sloan and Romero Canyons):
Robert Kelly ____________ (____%)
K. Todd Tisdell ____________ (____%)

Region 4 (Meadowwood, Bravo, Encore, Lake Hills Mobile Estates, Church/Cherry/Ferguson and the Castaic area east of Interstate 5 and south of Lake Hughes Road):
James R. Idleman ____________ (____%)
Flo Lawrence ____________ (____%)
Bill Shannon ____________ (____%)

Region 5 (Double C Ranch, Hidden Lake, Stonegate, Northlake, Paradise Ranch, and the Castaic area east of the Interstate 5 and north of Lake Hughes Road):
Phil Hof ____________ (____%)
Ken Rhude ____________ (____%)
Scott A. Wardle ____________ (____%)
Michelle Zepp-Carrillo ____________ (____%)

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