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Election Results: The Rest of the California Contests

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Last night Jerry Brown was named Governor, Barbara Boxer retained her Senate seat, and Gavin Newsom won the Lt. Governor's race. While who will take Brown's job as Attorney General still remains too tight to call, the rest of the state-level contests have been declared, and, when applicable, in favor of the Democrats.

Also: What Won, Lost: The California Proposition Roundup