Harris Regains Slight Lead In Attorney General’s Race, McNerney Holds On

SACRAMENTO (AP) — Democrat Kamala Harris has regained a slight lead over her Republican opponent in the California attorney general’s race.

The secretary of state’s office said late Friday that Harris, the San Francisco district attorney, leads Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley by 5,576 votes. That represents just a fraction of 1 percent of all votes cast.

Meanwhile, two congressional races in the Central Valley remain too close to call. Democratic Reps. Jim Costa and Jerry McNerney were leading their Republican challengers.

Costa leads Andy Vidak by 1,107 votes in the 20th Congressional District. McNerney leads David Harmer by 1,690 votes in the 11th Congressional District.

Counties have until Dec. 3 to report final ballot tallies to the secretary of state’s office.

(© 2010 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

  • davey

    People want California to be like Oakland.

  • JJ Fad

    davey – what’s your point? Do you even have one or you just some imbecilie that posts stupid comments online?

  • Leonard Krivitsky, MD

    There are two things that are no longer possible to prevent from coming into the full existence, even though it may be possible to delay both of them: Full Gay equality and the acceptance of Medicinal Cannabis. Think about it, People! Should it really be otherwise??

blog comments powered by Disqus
Shine A Light On The Holiday Season With ‘Giving Tuesday’
Food For Families Drive

Listen Live