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Buffy Wicks
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Member of the California State Assembly
from the 15th district
Assumed office
December 3, 2018
California's 15th State Assembly district election, 2018
Primary election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Democratic Buffy Wicks37,14131.4
Democratic Jovanka Beckles 18,73315.8
Democratic Dan Kalb 18,00715.2
Democratic Judy Appel13,59111.5
Democratic Rochelle Pardue-Okimoto9,8268.3
Republican Pranav Jandhyala6,9465.9
Democratic Andy Katz6,2095.2
Democratic Ben Bartlett3,9493.3
Democratic Cheryl Sudduth1,4931.2
Democratic Raquella Thaman1,0070.9
Democratic Owen Poindexter8190.7
Democratic Sergey Vikramsingh Piterman6890.6
Total votes118,410 100.0
General election
Democratic Buffy Wicks 99,620 54.3
Democratic Jovanka Beckles 83,93145.7
Total votes183,551 100.0

2020 California State Assembly election

2020 California's 15th State Assembly district election
Primary election
PartyCandidateVotes%
Democratic Buffy Wicks (incumbent)118,90683.9%
No party preference Sara Brink11,3848.0%
Republican Jeanne M. Solnordal11,3638.0%
Total votes

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