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July 23, 2013 Election

State Assembly |
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Polling Location on July 23, 7am - 8pm
Contact the Registrar of Voters (909) 387-8300; (800) 881-VOTE
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Contests for all precincts in San Bernardino County, CA combined are shown below.
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    Member of the State Assembly; District 52Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites
    Runoff Election 9/24/2013

    • Paul S. Leon, No Party Preference
      4219 votes 24.9%
    • Freddie Rodriguez, Democratic
      3758 votes 22.2%
    • Dorothy F. Pineda, Republican
      2453 votes 14.5%
    • Jason A. Rothman, Democratic
      1545 votes 9.1%
    • Tom Haughey, Democratic
      1482 votes 8.7%
    • Danielle L. Soto, Democratic
      1259 votes 7.4%
    • Doris Louise Wallace, Democratic
      887 votes 5.2%
    • Paul Vincent Avila, Democratic
      752 votes 4.4%
    • Manuel Saucedo, Democratic
      597 votes 3.5%

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