1966 Plumas Davis in CA elections article

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1966 Plumas Davis in CA elections article - Idea precincts HUM BO LOT STANDARD Wed.. Nov....
Idea precincts HUM BO LOT STANDARD Wed.. Nov. 9. 1966, Pq. Clausen, Oilier Incumbents In Easy North State Wins LOS ANGKLKS (UI'I) - Incumbent Incumbent congressmen, Demo- crals and Republicans alike, ·von victories Tuesday on California's California's north coast and Sacramento Sacramento Valley. Kcpublicans Don Clausen and Burl L. Talcott won handily as did Democrats Harold T. Johnson, Johnson, and Robert L. Lcggett. portioned Democrat for Senate coastal areas includd: includd: 1st Senalc, 804 of 820 pels; Del Norlc - Collier 3,781, Drydcn 1,526; Humboldl-Collier 20,507, Dryden 12.210; Lake -- Collier 4,003, Dryden 4,339; Mendocino -Collier 8.758, Dryden 7,593; Siskiyou--Collier 7.272. Dryden 3.155; Sonoma--Collier 33.?;7, In Hie state Senate's reap-JDryden 31.968; Trinity -- Col'icr ' 1,857, Drydcn 1.252. Total--Col- districts, incumbent Randolph scored a victory while Collier Re pub lier 80.135. Dryden 60,043. 4lh Senate. 417 of 417 pels: As tbeir ii -Rep. th H licans Fred W. Mnrler Jr.. John Marin--Young 24,076, McCarthy K. McCarthy and Donald L.IJ5.082; N'apa -- Young 16.461, Grunsky won Iheir races. [McCarthy 12.755; Solano--Young Bul Democrat Stephen P. Tc.i- U4.143, McCarthy 73.0°5. To! at-was in a light race in the 12-j Young 61.143. McCarthy 73.085. unty 3rd Senate District', nth Senate. 535 of 535 pels: gainst liepublican Hicliurd E.'Monlerey -- Farr 31.303, Grunsky Grunsky 26.552; San Benito -- Farr he ha Th was Assemblywoman Pauline L. avis had little difficulty dispos- ig of opposition from Republi- 1.921, Grunsky 3.748; San Luis Obispo -- Farr 8,872, Grunsky 15,762; Santa Cruz--Farr 13,095, an John Fraser and Hepubli-|Grunsky 30,118. Total--Farr 55,an 55,an incumbents Frank P. Belol-|252, Grunsky 74.1DO. Ray E, Johnson and Eugene Coaslal Assembly races coun- . Chappie won. !ty-by-counly included: The counly-by-county resultsl 1st Assembly, 451 of 485 pels: 'Del Node -- Davis 2.418, Fraser 2.863; Humboldt - Davis 2,031, Fraser 19,043; Lassen -- Davis 3,520, Fraser 2,231; Modoc -Davis -Davis 1,813, Fraser 962; Plumas-- Plumas-- Davis 3,572, Fraser 1,715; Shasta -- Davis 14,446, Fraser 12,605; Sierra -- Davis 865, Frazer Frazer 255; Siskiyou -- Davis 7,065, 7,065, Fraser 3,326; Tehama -Davis -Davis 6,105, Fraser 4,290; Trinity Trinity - Davis 1,713, Fraser 1,445. Total--Davis 63,554, Fraser 48,- 2nd Assembly, 461 of 461 pets; Ilumboldl-Wener 6,113, Beloiti 21,916; Mendocino -- Wener 3,868, 3,868, Bclotti 12,605; Sonoma -Wener -Wener 10,449, Belotli 17,692.' To- lal-Wener 20,430, Belotti 52,213. Friday Hew Daie For 2 Astronauts CAPE K E N N E D Y (UPI)- ?ccurring problems today in he'backup guidance system of ,he Gemini 12 booster rocket forced another 2-i-hour delay in [he wrapup launch of aslro- nauls James I.ovcll and Edwin Aldrin. The U. S. Space Agency said Friday afternoon was Ihe new largel date for the slarl of the four-day project Gemini finale. The shot was originally set for tcday and then was postponed

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