BY THE NUMBERS: Election Results

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Congressional candidate (now congresswoman-elect) Grace Meng at a rally with former New York City Mayor Ed Koch.

Following are results for Asian Pacific American candidates for U.S. Congress and California’s Senate and Assembly in Tuesday’s election as of Thursday morning. Winner listed first; asterisk denotes incumbent.

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE

25th Senate District

Carol Liu (D)* 161,649 (60.3%)

Gilbert Gonzales (R) 106,344 (39.7%)

San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting in the Pistahan Parade. He was elected to the State Assembly on Tuesday.

4th Assembly District

Mariko Yamada (D)* 77,286 (62.1%)

John Munn (R) 47,170 (37.9%)

8th Assembly District

Ken Cooley (D) 57,171 (52.2%)

Peter Tateishi (R) 52,318 (47.8%)

9th Assembly District

Richard Pan (D)* 54,226 (57.3%)

Antonio “Tony” Amador (R) 40,437 (42.7%)

18th Assembly District

Rob Bonta (D) 50,028 (50.8%)

Abel Guillen (D) 48,470 (49.2%)

19th Assembly District

Phil Ting (D) 66,191 (58.0%)

Michael Breyer (D) 47,857 (42.0%)

20th Assembly District

Bill Quirk (D) 46,294 (51.3%)

Jennifer Ong (D) 44,016 (48.7%)

Incumbent Mariko Yamada (D-Davis) phone banking the day before the election. She was re-elected by a wide margin.

24th Assembly District

Richard Gordon (D) 81,615 (70.0%)

Chengzhi “George” Yang (R) 35,003 (30.0%)

28th Assembly District

Paul Fong (D)* 74,584 (62.0%)

Chad Walsh (no party preference) 45,765 (38.0%)

37th Assembly District

Das Williams (D)* 86,413 (59.4%)

Rob Walter (R) 59,122 (40.6%)

49th Assembly District

Edwin “Ed” Chau (D) 48,842 (56.6%)

Matthew Lin (R) 37,504 (43.4%)

66th Assembly District

Al Muratsuchi (D) 73,505 (53.8%)

Craig Huey (R) 63,217 (46.2%)

Rep. Doris Matsui (D-Sacramento), pictured at the celebration of Union Pacific’s 150th anniversary, easily won re-election.

CALIFORNIA CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS

6th Congressional District

Doris Matsui* (D) 100,579 (74.4%)

Joseph McCray Sr. (R) 34,652 (25.6%)

7th Congressional District

Ami Bera (D) 88,406 (50.1%)

Dan Lungren (R)* 88,222 (49.9%)

9th Congressional District

Jerry McNerney (D)* 85,352 (54.1%)

Ranjit “Ricky” Gill (R) 72,340 (45.9%)

17th Congressional District

Mike Honda* (D) 108,745 (73.2%)

Evelyn Li (R) 39,835 (26.8%)

22nd Congressional District

Devin Nunes (R)* 90,463 (63.1%)

Otto Lee (D) 52,941 (36.9%)

Rep. Colleen Hanabusa (D-Hawaii) getting out the vote in Pearl City. She was unsuccessfully challenged by former Rep. Charles Djou (R-Hawaii).

27th Congressional District

Judy Chu (D)* 115,910 (63.4%)

Jack Orswell (R) 66,777 (36.6%)

39th Congressional District

Ed Royce (R)* 115,443 (59.1%)

Jay Chen (D) 79,766 (40.9%)

41st Congressional District

Mark Takano (D) 71,135 (56.4%)

John Tavaglione (R) 55,081 (43.6%)

45th Congressional District

John Campbell (R)* 139,212 (59.4%)

Sukhee Kang (D) 94,957 (40.6%)

OTHER CONGRESSIONAL RACES

Hawaii — U.S. Senate

Mazie Hirono (D) 269,389 (61.6%)

Linda Lingle (R) 160,937 (36.8%)

Former Honolulu City Councilmember Tulsi Gabbard will succeed fellow Democrat Rep. Mazie Hirono, who was elected to the Senate. Gabbard will be the first Hindu in Congress and Hirono the first Buddhist in the Senate.

Hawaii – 1st Congressional District

Colleen Hanabusa (D)* 116,450 (53.5%)

Charles Djou (R) 96,774 (44.4%)

Hawaii – 2nd Congressional District

Tulsi Gabbard (D) 168,466 (76.8%)

Kawika Crowley (R) 40,697 (18.6%)

New York — 6th Congressional District

Grace Meng (D) 100,571 (67.7%)

Dan Halloran (R) 46,305 (31.2%)

New York — 23rd Congressional District

Tom Reed (R)* 126,191 (52.1%)

Nate Shinagawa (D) 116,189 (47.9%)

Illinois — 8th Congressional District

Tammy Duckworth (D) 120,774 (54.7%)

Joe Walsh (R)* 99,922 (45.3%)

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