Howard Katz Candidate for Congress

              Democrat, California's 49th Congressional District   

                                

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                           STATISTICS - CALIFORNIA'S 49TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

                           California's 49th Congressional District covers much of Northwestern San Diego County and Southwestern

                                  Riverside County.  Presented below are some important statistics about the district.

                                     Area                            1,778 square miles

                              Distribution                 90.3% urban, 9.7% rural

                              Population                  769,642 (male 387,225 and female 382,417)

                              Median Income           household $62,259, family $68,485, per capita $28,853

                              Ethnicity                      57.9% White, 29.5% Hispanic, 5% Black, 3.5% Asian,

                                                                  0.9% Native American, 0.2% Other

                              Potential Voters          age 18 and over 556,129

                                                                 age 65 and over   87,073

                              Registered Voters            Total                                                         Declined

                                                                 Registered     Democrat  Republican  Other   to State

                               May 24, 2010

                               Riverside County          136,822         44,432          59,737     6,674    25,979

                               San Diego County        173,694          50,993         76,426      8,579    37,696

                               District Total                310,516          95,425       136,163    15,253    63,675

                               Percentages                                       30.73%        43.85%    4.91%   20.51%

                               October 20, 2008

                               Riverside County         138,467          44,940          61,015      6,283    26,841

                               San Diego County        177,421          52,355          78,745      8,251    39,101

                               District Total                315,888          97,295        139,760    14,534    65,942

                               Percentages                                       30.80%        44.24%    4.60%   20.35%

                               October 23, 2006

                               Riverside County         123,615          36,909          59,951     5,376     21,379

                               San Diego County        171,348          47,141         81,506      8,082    3 4,619

                               District Total                294,963          84,050        141,457   13,458     55,998

                               Percentages                                       28.50%        47.96%    4.56%    18.98%

                               October 18, 2004

                               Riverside County         127,529          37,889         63,471      5,553      20,606

                               San Diego County        187,322          51,876         91,066      8,666      35,714

                               District Total                314,851          89,765       154,547    14,219      56,320

                               Percentages                                       28.51%        49.09%    4.52%    17.89%

                               October 21, 2002

                               Riverside County          103,939         32,596         53,181      4,753     13,409

                               San Diego County         176,257         50,878         86,852      9,234     29,293

                               District Total                 280,196         83,474       140,033    13,987     42,702

                               Percentages                                       29.79%        49.98%    4.99%    15.24%

                              General Election Results         Total         Percentage          DEM

                                                                             Votes        of the Vote        Lost by

                               2008 General Election

                               Robert Hamilton, DEM         90,138          37.50%            50,162

                               Darrell Issa, REP                 140,300          58.30%

                               Lars R. Grossmith, LIB         10,232           4.20%

                               2006 General Election

                               Jeeni Crisenzo, DEM             52,227          33.50%            46,604

                               Darrell Issa, REP                   98,831          63.30%

                               Lars R. Grossmith, LIB           4,962           3.20%

                               2004 General Election

                               Mike Byron, DEM                 79,057          34.90%            62,501

                               Darrell Issa, REP                 141,558          62.60%

                               Lars R. Grossmith, LIB          5,751            2.50%

                               2002 General Election

                               Darrell Issa, REP                   94,594          77.30%

                               Karl W. Dietrich, LIB            26,891          21.90%

                               Michael P. Byron, (W/I)          1,012            0.80%

                                Sources: 1. California Secretary of State Website - www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections_u.htm

                                                                       2. US Census Bureau Website - www.factfinder.census.gov

                            The preceding voter registration statistics provide some interesting information:

                                        1. Total voter registration has increased 15.4% since 2002.

                                        2. Democrat registrations have increased 19.0% since 2002.

                                        3. The absolute number of Republican registrations remains roughly unchanged, it is within

                                            0.5% of 2002, but the percentage of people registered as Republicans has decreased 6.l%.

                                        4. Declined to State registrations have increased 54.4% since 2002.  This group splits roughly

                                            the same as the main party groupings.  Though the plurality of individuals in this group vote

                                            Republican, individuals in the group vote their pocketbooks, their hearts, and their immediate

                                            needs.  They will support and vote for Democrats and causes championed by Democrats, if

                                            they determine it is in their best interest.

                                   The keys to the 2010 election will be:

                                        1. Register more currently registered voters as Democrats.

                                        2. Register those currently not registered as Democrats.

                                        3. Convince Democrats, Republicans, and Declined to State to vote for Democratic candidates.

                           

 


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