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April 12, 2006

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actually the oc voter site is more up to date with 90.5% in

http://www.oc.ca.gov/ELECTION/Live/35thSenP/results.htm

he still holds a .6% lead

London Underground

Mind the gap: 548 votes.

TOM HARMAN (REP) 34138 38.8%
DIANE HARKEY (REP) 33590 38.2%
LARRY CABALLERO (DEM) 20199 23.0%

Completed Precincts: 655 of 723

this is a really close race. i cant help to think that if harkey just let her endorsements speak for themselves, instead of getting negative, and calling harman a "liberal" who makes money of a real estate.

im all against career politicians, but 800k for a city council person to buy their seat is bothersome as well

i wonder if the harkey camp wont show up now for the june 6th election considering how vicious this one got. maybe that larry guy will make it interesting if harkey and co. dont show up.

TOM HARMAN (REP)
34160
38.8%

DIANE HARKEY (REP)
33630
38.2%

LARRY CABALLERO (DEM)
20210
23.0%


thats with all precincts reporting.

as for the 5,000 uncounted votes, where is that info even coming from? or is it the "when all else fails, makes stuff up" strategy.

let the spin begin..................

All 723 precincts finally counted and Harman leads by 530 votes or 0.6%
TOM HARMAN (REP) 34160 38.8%
DIANE HARKEY (REP) 33630 38.2%
LARRY CABALLERO (DEM) 20210 23.0%

This lead can certainly be made up in late absentees and provisionals. Stay tuned. Won't be final until later in the week.

Urgh!

First Brian Bilbray in San Diego.

Now Tom Harman in Orange County.

Lynn Daucher is on deck.

The new Republican Party: Liberal retreads for your electoral enjoyment.

JozefColomy

So are there still those 5,000 absentees waited to be counted?

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