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{{redirect|CA-32|the state route|California State Route 32}} '''California's 32nd congressional district''' is a [[congressional district]] in the [[U.S. state]] of [[California]] based in [[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles County]]. The district covers [[East Los Angeles, California|East Los Angeles]] and includes [[El Monte, California|El Monte]], [[Monterey Park, California|Monterey Park]] and [[West Covina, California|West Covina]] in [[Greater Los Angeles Area|Greater Los Angeles]]. The district is currently represented by [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrat]] [[Judy Chu]]. Chu won a special election in April 2009 to succeed fellow Democrat [[Hilda Solis]] who resigned upon her confirmation as [[United States Secretary of Labor|U.S. Secretary of the Department of Labor]] with the Obama Administration. {{Toclimit|2}} ==Voting== {| class=wikitable ! colspan="3" | Election results from statewide races |- align="center" ! Year ! Office ! Results |- ! rowspan=3 | 1992 | [[United States presidential election in California, 1992|President]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Bill Clinton|Clinton]] 78.0 - 12.7% |- | [[United States Senate election in California, 1992|Senator]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Barbara Boxer|Boxer]] 76.5 - 18.1% |- | [[United States Senate special election in California, 1992|Senator]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Dianne Feinstein|Feinstein]] 80.5 - 15.1% |- ! rowspan=2| 1994 | [[California gubernatorial election, 1994|Governor]] | align="right" {{party shading/Republican}}|[[Pete Wilson|Wilson]] 55.1 - 40.6% |- | [[United States Senate election in California, 1994|Senator]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Dianne Feinstein|Feinstein]] 46.7 - 44.8% |- ! 1996 | [[United States presidential election in California, 1996|President]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Bill Clinton]] 75.6% - 24.4% |- ! rowspan=2 | 1998 | [[California gubernatorial election, 1998|Governor]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Gray Davis|Davis]] 58.0 - 38.4% |- | [[United States Senate election in California, 1998|Senator]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Barbara Boxer|Boxer]] 53.1 - 43.1% |- ! rowspan=2| 2000 | [[United States presidential election in California, 2000|President]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Al Gore|Gore]] 83.4 - 13.0% |- | [[United States Senate election in California, 2000|Senator]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Dianne Feinstein|Feinstein]] 81.5 - 11.8% |- ! 2002 | [[California gubernatorial election, 2002|Governor]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Gray Davis|Davis]] 59.5 - 31.9% |- ! rowspan=2| 2003 | rowspan=2| [[California recall election, 2003|Recall]] | align="right" |Yes 50.2 - 49.8% |- | align="right" {{party shading/Republican}}|[[Arnold Schwarzenegger|Schwarzenegger]] 42.0 - 41.9% |- ! rowspan=2 | 2004 | [[United States presidential election in California, 2004|President]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[John Kerry|Kerry]] 62.3 - 36.6% |- | [[United States Senate election in California, 2004|Senator]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Barbara Boxer|Boxer]] 68.3 - 26.0% |- ! rowspan=2 | 2006 | [[California gubernatorial election, 2006|Governor]] | align="right" {{party shading/Republican}}|[[Arnold Schwarzenegger|Schwarzenegger]] 53.8 - 41.5% |- | [[United States Senate election in California, 2006|Senator]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Dianne Feinstein|Feinstein]] 68.1 - 26.7% |- ! 2008 | [[United States presidential election in California, 2008|President]] | align="right" {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Barack Obama|Obama]] 68.2 - 29.8% |} ==List of representatives== {| class=wikitable |- valign=bottom ! Representative ! Party ! Dates ! Notes ! Counties |- | colspan=2 | District created | January 3, 1963 | | |- | rowspan=3|[[Craig Hosmer]] | rowspan=3 {{party shading/Republican}}|[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] | January 3, 1963 – January 3, 1967 | [[Redistricting|Redistricted]] from {{ushr|California|18|18th district}} | [[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles]] |- | January 3, 1967 – January 3, 1973 | | [[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles]], [[Orange County, California|Orange]] |- | January 3, 1973 – December 31, 1974 | Resigned | rowspan=3|[[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles]] |- | colspan=2|Vacant | December 31, 1974 – January 3, 1975 | |- | rowspan=2|[[Glenn M. Anderson]] | rowspan=2 {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] | January 3, 1975 – January 3, 1983 | Redistricted from {{ushr|California|35|35th district}} |- | January 3, 1983 – January 3, 1993 | Retired | [[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles]]
([[Long Beach, California|Long Beach]]) |- | [[Julian C. Dixon]] | {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] | January 3, 1993 – December 8, 2000 | [[Redistricting|Redistricted]] from {{ushr|California|28|28th district}}, Died | rowspan=3|[[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles]]
([[Culver City, California|Culver City]]) |- | colspan=2|Vacant | December 8, 2000 – June 5, 2001 | Special election held June 5, 2001 |- | [[Diane Watson]] | {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] | June 5, 2001 – January 3, 2003 | [[Redistricting|Redistricted]] to {{ushr|California|33|33rd district}} |- | [[Hilda Solis]] | {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] | January 3, 2003-01-03 – February 24, 2009 | [[Redistricting|Redistricted]] from {{ushr|California|31|31st district}}, Resigned to become [[U.S. Secretary of Labor]] | rowspan=3|[[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles]]
([[Baldwin Park, California|Baldwin Park]],
[[Covina, California|Covina]]) |- | colspan=2|Vacant | February 24, 2009 – July 14, 2009 | [[California's 32nd congressional district special election, 2009|Special election]] held July 14, 2009 |- | [[Judy Chu]] | {{party shading/Democratic}}|[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] | July 14, 2009 - Present | Elected in special election, [[Incumbent]] |} ==Election results== {| id=toc class=toc summary=Contents | align=center | [[#1962|1962]] • [[#1964|1964]] • [[#1966|1966]] • [[#1968|1968]] • [[#1970|1970]] • [[#1972|1972]] • [[#1974|1974]] • [[#1976|1976]] • [[#1978|1978]] • [[#1980|1980]] • [[#1982|1982]] • [[#1984|1984]] • [[#1986|1986]] • [[#1988|1988]] • [[#1990|1990]] • [[#1992|1992]] • [[#1994|1994]] • [[#1996|1996]] • [[#1998|1998]] • [[#2000|2000]] • [[#2001 (Special)|2001 (Special)]] • [[#2002|2002]] • [[#2004|2004]] • [[#2006|2006]] • [[#2008|2008]] • [[#2009 (Special)|2009 (Special)]] |} ===1962=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1962]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = [[Craig Hosmer]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 115,915 |percentage = 70.2 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = J. J. Johovich |votes = 47,917 |percentage = 29.8 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 163,832 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Republican Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1964=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1964]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = [[Craig Hosmer]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 132,603 |percentage = 68.9 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = Michael Cullen |votes = 59,765 |percentage = 31.1 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 192,368 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Republican Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1966=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1966]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = [[Craig Hosmer]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 139,328 |percentage = 80.1 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = Tracy Odell |votes = 34,609 |percentage = 19.9 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 173,937 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Republican Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1968=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1968]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = [[Craig Hosmer]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 138,494 |percentage = 73.8 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = Arthur J. Gottlieb |votes = 45,308 |percentage = 24.1 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = American Independent Party |candidate = Richard B. Williams |votes = 3,898 |percentage = 2.1 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 187,700 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Republican Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1970=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1970]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = [[Craig Hosmer]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 119,340 |percentage = 71.5 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = Walter L. Mallonee |votes = 44,278 |percentage = 26.5 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Peace and Freedom Party |candidate = John S. Donohue |votes = 3,227 |percentage = 2.0 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 166,845 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Republican Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1972=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1972]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = [[Craig Hosmer]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 147,016 |percentage = 65.9 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = Dennis Murray |votes = 71,394 |percentage = 32.0 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Peace and Freedom Party |candidate = John S. Donohue |votes = 4,804 |percentage = 2.1 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 223,214 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Republican Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1974=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1974]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Glenn M. Anderson]] ([[Incumbent|inc.]]) |votes = 82,485 |percentage = 87.7 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = American Independent Party |candidate = Virgil V. Badalich |votes = 8,710 |percentage = 9.2 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Peace and Freedom Party |candidate = Frank H. Walker |votes = 2,877 |percentage = 3.1 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 94,072 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1976=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1976]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Glenn M. Anderson]] ([[Incumbent|inc.]]) |votes = 92,034 |percentage = 72.2 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Clifford O. Young |votes = 35,394 |percentage = 27.8 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 127,428 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1978=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1978]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Glenn M. Anderson]] ([[Incumbent|inc.]]) |votes = 74,004 |percentage = 71.4 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Sonya Mathison |votes = 23,242 |percentage = 22.4 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = American Independent Party |candidate = Ida Bader |votes = 6,363 |percentage = 6.1 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 103,609 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1980=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1980]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Glenn M. Anderson]] ([[Incumbent|inc.]]) |votes = 84,057 |percentage = 65.9 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = John R. Adler |votes = 39,260 |percentage = 30.8 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Thomas A. Cosgrove |votes = 4,209 |percentage = 3.3 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 127,526 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1982=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1982]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Glenn M. Anderson]] ([[Incumbent|inc.]]) |votes = 84,663 |percentage = 58.0 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Brian F. Lungren |votes = 57,863 |percentage = 39.6 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Peace and Freedom Party (United States) |candidate = Eugene E. Ryle |votes = 3,473 |percentage = 2.4 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 145,999 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1984=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1984]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Glenn M. Anderson]] ([[Incumbent|inc.]]) |votes = 102,961 |percentage = 60.7 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Roger E. Fiola |votes = 62,176 |percentage = 36.6 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Mark F. Denny |votes = 2,517 |percentage = 1.5 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Peace and Freedom Party (United States) |candidate = Patrick John McCoy |votes = 2,051 |percentage = 1.2 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 169,705 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1986=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1986]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Glenn M. Anderson]] ([[Incumbent|inc.]]) |votes = 90,739 |percentage = 68.5 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Joyce M. Robertson |votes = 39,003 |percentage = 29.4 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Peace and Freedom Party (United States) |candidate = John S. Donohue |votes = 2,799 |percentage = 2.1 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 132,541 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1988=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1988]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Glenn M. Anderson]] ([[Incumbent|inc.]]) |votes = 114,666 |percentage = 66.9 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Sanford W. Kahn |votes = 50,710 |percentage = 29.6 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Peace and Freedom Party (United States) |candidate = Vikki Murdock |votes = 4,032 |percentage = 2.4 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Marc F. Denny |votes = 1,941 |percentage = 1.1 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 171,349 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1990=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1990]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Glenn M. Anderson]] ([[Incumbent|inc.]]) |votes = 68,268 |percentage = 61.5 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Sanford W. Kahn |votes = 42,692 |percentage = 38.5 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 110,960 |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1992=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1992]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Julian C. Dixon]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 150,644 |percentage = 87.2 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Robert G. "Bob" Weber Jr. |votes = 12,834 |percentage = 7.2 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Peace and Freedom Party (United States) |candidate = William R. Williams II |votes = 9,782 |percentage = 5.7 }} {{Election box candidate no party in partisan race no change| |candidate = Leanick-Beltran ([[Write-in candidate|write-in]]) |votes = 2 |percentage = 0.0 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 173,262 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1994=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1994]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Julian C. Dixon]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 98,017 |percentage = 77.60 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Ernie A. Farhat |votes = 22,190 |percentage = 17.57 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Peace and Freedom Party (United States) |candidate = John Honigsfeld |votes = 6,099 |percentage = 4.83 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 126,306 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1996=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1996]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Julian C. Dixon]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 124,712 |percentage = 82.4 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Larry Ardito |votes = 18,768 |percentage = 12.4 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Neal Donner |votes = 6,390 |percentage = 4.2 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Natural Law Party (United States) |candidate = Rashied Jibri |votes = 1,557 |percentage = 1.0 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 151,427 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===1998=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 1998]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Julian C. Dixon]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 112,253 |percentage = 86.69 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Laurence Ardito |votes = 14,622 |percentage = 11.29 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Velko Milosevich |votes = 2,617 |percentage = 2.02 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 129,492 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===2000=== {{Election box begin no change | title= [[United States House of Representatives elections, 2000]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Julian C. Dixon]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 137,447 |percentage = 83.6 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Kathy Williamson |votes = 19,924 |percentage = 12.2 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Bob Weber |votes = 3,875 |percentage = 2.3 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Natural Law Party (United States) |candidate = Rashied Jibri |votes = 3,281 |percentage = 1.9 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 164,527 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===2001 (Special)=== {{Election box begin no change | title=[[List of special elections to the United States House of Representatives in California]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = California Democratic Party |candidate = [[Diane Watson]] |votes = 75,584 |percentage = 74.82 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = California Republican Party |candidate = Noel Irwin Hentschel |votes = 20,088 |percentage = 19.88 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Green Party of California |candidate = Donna J. Warren |votes = 3,792 |percentage = 3.75 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Reform Party (United States) |candidate = [[Ezola B. Foster]] |votes = 1,557 |percentage = 1.54 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 101,021 |percentage = 100.00 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = California Democratic Party }} {{Election box end}} ===2002=== {{Election box begin no change | title=[[United States House of Representatives elections, 2002]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Hilda Solis]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 58,530 |percentage = 68.8 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Republican Party (United States) |candidate = Emma E. Fischbeck |votes = 23,366 |percentage = 27.5 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Michael "Mick" McGuire |votes = 3,183 |percentage = 3.7 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 85,079 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===2004=== {{Election box begin no change | title=[[United States House of Representatives elections, 2004]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Hilda Solis]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 119,144 |percentage = 85.1 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Leland Faegre |votes = 21,002 |percentage = 14.9 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 140,146 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===2006=== {{Election box begin no change | title=[[United States House of Representatives elections, 2006]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change| |party = Democratic Party (United States) |candidate = [[Hilda Solis]] ([[incumbent]]) |votes = 76,059 |percentage = 83.0 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change| |party = Libertarian Party (United States) |candidate = Leland Faegre |votes = 21,002 |percentage = 17.0 }} {{Election box total no change| |votes = 97,061 |percentage = 100.0 }} {{Election box turnout no change| |percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing| |winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===2008=== {{Election box begin no change | title = [[United States House of Representatives elections, 2008]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change | party = California Democratic Party | candidate = [[Hilda Solis]] ([[incumbent]]) | votes = 130,142 | percentage = 99.99 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change | party = Independent (politician) | candidate = Innocent Osunwa ([[Write-in candidate|write-in]]) | votes = 8 | percentage = 0.01 }} {{Election box total no change | votes = 130,150 | percentage = 100.00 }} {{Election box turnout no change | percentage = 53.65 }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing | winner = California Democratic Party }} {{Election box end}} ===2009 (Special)=== {{Election box begin no change | title = [[California's 32nd congressional district special election, 2009]]}} {{Election box candidate with party link no change | party = Democratic Party (United States) | candidate = '''[[Judy Chu]]''' | votes = 16,194 | percentage = 61.86 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change | party = Republican Party (United States) | candidate = Betty Chu | votes = 8,630 | percentage = 32.96 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change | party = Libertarian Party (United States) | candidate = Christopher Agrella | votes = 1,356 | percentage = 5.18 }} {{Election box total no change | votes = 24,942 | percentage = 100.00 }} {{Election box turnout no change | percentage = 10.18 }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing | winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ===2010=== {{Election box begin no change | title = [[United States House of Representatives elections, 2010]]}} {{Election box winning candidate with party link no change | party = Democratic Party (United States) | candidate = [[Judy Chu]] ([[incumbent]]) | votes = 77,759 | percentage = 71.04 }} {{Election box candidate with party link no change | party = Republican Party (United States) | candidate = Edward Schmerling | votes = 31,697 | percentage = 28.96 }} {{Election box total no change | votes = 109,456 | percentage = 100.00 }} {{Election box turnout no change | percentage = }} {{Election box hold with party link without swing | winner = Democratic Party (United States) }} {{Election box end}} ==External links== *GovTrack.us: [http://www.govtrack.us/congress/findyourreps.xpd?state=CA&district=32 California's 32nd congressional district] *[http://ca.rand.org/stats/politics/sov/elect.defs.html RAND California Election Returns: District Definitions] *[http://www.calvoter.org/voter/maps/congress/CD32.pdf California Voter Foundation map - CD32] {{USCongDistStateCA}} {{coord missing|Los Angeles County, California}} {{DEFAULTSORT:California's 32nd Congressional District}}