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Election Scorecard — Winners and Losers

Last week, we gave you the legislative election scorecard. Now, the results are in. Here is a breakdown of Tuesday night's big winners and losers.

Look for a more comprehensive election analysis in this week's Capitol Weekly.  

INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURES

California Alliance (Consumer attorneys, CA Nurses Assn)
2-0

*Oppose Gina Papan (AD 19); *Marty Block (AD 78)

California Alliance for Progress and Education (CA Dental Assn, CA Real Estate PAC, CBIA, PhRMA)
3-1

*Dan Logue (AD 3); Stuart Waldman (AD 40); *Isadore Hall (AD 52); *Norma Torres (AD 61)

California Dental Assn.
4-1

*Dan Logue (AD 3); *Isadore Hall (AD 52); *Norma Torres (AD 61); Stuart Waldman (AD 40); *John Benoit (SD 37)

California Medical Association
4-2

*Dan Logue (AD 3); Christopher Cabaldon (AD 8); *Curt Hagman (AD 60);* Isadore Hall (AD 52); Wilma Chan (SD 9); *Fran Pavley (SD 23)

California Teachers Association
4-1

*Mariko Yamada (AD 8); *Robert Blumenfield (AD 40); *Manuel Perez (AD 80); *Oppose Joe Nation (SD 3), Lloyd Levine (SD 23)

Californians Allied for Patient Protection
0-3

Gina Papan (AD 19); Joe Nation (SD 3); Wilma Chan (SD 9)

Californians for Jobs and a Strong Economy (Blue Cross, Safeway, CA Builders Assn and others)
2-2

Dominic Casserta (AD 22); *Isadore Hall (AD 52); Joe Nation (SD 3); *Rod Wright (SD 25)

Civil Justice Association of California
0-2

Maxine Sherrard (AD 78); Joe Nation (SD 3)

Cooperative of American Physicians
1-4

Christopher Cabaldon (AD 8); Gina Papan (AD 19); *Norma Torres (AD 61); Joe Nation (SD 3); Wilma Chan (SD 9)

EdVoice
3-3

Chritsopher Cabaldon (AD 8); Paul Hegyi (AD 10); *Isadore Hall (AD 52); *Marty Block (AD 78); Wilma Chan (SD 9); *Fran Pavley (SD 23)

JobsPAC (Philip Morris, Chevron, Anthem, Real Estate PAC and others)
3-0

*No on Holober (AD 19); *Norma Torres (AD 61); *Rod Wright (SD 25)

Service Employees International Union
6-0

*Mariko Yamada (AD 8); *Paul Fong (AD 22); *Robert Blumenfield (AD 40); *Isadore Hall (AD 52); *Manuel Perez (AD 80); *Oppose Joe Nation (SD 3)

POLITICAL CONSULTANTS
Republicans

Meridian Pacific
1-2
*Stephen Knight, AD 36; Kelly McCarty (AD 64); Scott Kamena (AD 15)

Gilliard, Blanning, Wysocki
3-0
*Jeff Miller (AD 71); *Brian Nestande (AD 64); *Mimi Walters, SD 33;

Johnson/Clark
2-3 (assuming Abram Wilson’s lead holds in AD 15)
*Jim Nielsen (AD 2) Sue Horne, (AD 3), *Jack Sieglock, (AD 10); Robert Rao (AD 15); Neil Blais (AD 71)

Jim Nygren
4-1
*Dan Logue (AD 3); Bob Smith, AD 34; *Curt Hagman, AD 60; *Bob Huff, SD 29; *John Benoit, SD 37;

Coronado Communications
1-2
Paul Hegyi (AD 10); Judy Lloyd (AD 15); *Tom McClintock (CD 4)

Democrats

Richie Ross
2-5

Christopher Cabaldon (AD 8), Gina Papan, (AD 19); *Paul Fong (AD 22);Linda Harris Forrester (AD 52), *Marty Block (AD 78), Rick Gonzales (AD 80); Carole Migden, (SD 3)

SG&A
3-1

Richard Holober (AD 19); *Bonnie Lowenthal (AD 54); *Fran Pavley (SD 23); *Nancy Skinner (AD 14)

John Shallman
1-2

Stuart Waldman (AD 40); *Isadore Hall (AD 52); Auday Arabo (AD 78)


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