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State of California (Butte, El Dorado, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Sierra Counties) November 4, 2008 Election
United States Representative; District 4 Voter Information

Results as of Nov 26 1:08pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (807/807)
Candidates (Vote for 1)

Tom McClintock 184,543 votes 50.3%

  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: California State Senator
Charlie Brown 182,967 votes 49.7%
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Retired Lt. Colonel

Basic candidate data supplied by the Secretary of State. Order of candidates is random and changes daily.
  Official Information

Calif. Legislature

U.S. House of Representatives Campaign Finance Data

Nonpartisan Information

Project Vote-Smart

  • About the Candidates - Browse the page to find the line(s) for US House 4. Then find Biography, Campaign Finances, Issue Positions (NPAT), Special Interest Groups, and Voting Record where available.
Capitol Advantage (Yahoo News)
  • Key Votes in Congress - Enter your zip and see how your U.S. Senators and Congressional Representative voted on many key issues

Candidate Forums

  • Date: Thurs., Oct 2, 2008
    Time: 7 - 9 PM
    Place: South Side Oroville Community Center, 2959 Lower Wyandotte Ave., Oroville
    Panel: Chico Enterprise-Record; Oroville Mercury-Register; Chico News & Review; KPAY; KCHO
    Sponsor: League of Women Voters of Butte County
Video of Candidate Forum General Links

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