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California election results

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The Times' PolitiCal blog has been breaking news of election results all night. Here's a look at some key races:

Abel Maldonado wins GOP nomination for lieutenant governor

Gavin Newsom wins Democratic primary for lieutenant governor

Steve Cooley wins GOP attorney general's race

Proposition 13, amending seismic retrofit rules, passes

Whitman takes aim at Brown in victory speech

Rep. Harman jumps to an early lead over challenger Winograd in Venice/South Bay district

Proposition 14 passes, bringing open primaries to California

Carly Fiorina wins GOP Senate nomination 

-- Anthony York

Photos, from left to right: Abel Maldonado, Credit: Associated Press; Gavin Newsom, Credit: Getty Images; Meg Whitman, Credit: Hector Amezcua / MCT; Carly Fiorina, Credit: Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times

 
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All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey. Hasta luego Golden State.


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