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Quick Facts
Personal Details

Doug LaMalfa (Republican Party) is a member of the U.S. House, representing California's 1st Congressional District. He assumed office on January 3, 2013. His current term ends on January 3, 2023.

LaMalfa (Republican Party) ran for re-election to the U.S. House to represent California's 1st Congressional District. He won in the general election on November 3, 2020.

LaMalfa was first elected to the office in 2012.

LaMalfa, a fourth-generation rice farmer, was appointed to serve on the Committee on Agriculture for a fourth term in the 116th Congress.

LaMalfa began his political career as a member of the California State Assembly, where he represented the 2nd District from 2002 to 2008. He served in the California State Senate from 2010 to 2012, becoming the state Senate minority whip.

Based on analysis of multiple outside rankings, LaMalfa is an average Republican member of Congress, meaning he will vote with the Republican Party on the majority of bills.

LaMalfa earned his B.S. in agriculture/business from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, in 1982. He then worked as a self-employed rice farmer from 1982 to 1990. He has been owner/partner of DSL Farms since 1990.

Below is an abbreviated outline of LaMalfa's academic, professional, and political career:

  • 2013-Present: U.S. Representative from California's 1st Congressional District
  • 2010-2012: California State Senate
  • 2002-2008: California State Assembly
  • 1982: Graduated from California Polytechnic State University with B.S.
  • 1980: Graduated from Butte College with A.A.

Caucuses/Former Committees

Former Member, Aviation Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Commodity Exchanges, Energy, and Credit Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Natural Resources Committee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on Biotechnology, Horticulture, and Research, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on Federal Lands, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management, United States House of Representatives

Former Chair, Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Water, Power and Oceans Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Education

  • BS, Business/Agriculture, California Polytechnic University-San Luis Obispo, 1982
  • AA, Butte College, 1980

Professional Experience

  • BS, Business/Agriculture, California Polytechnic University-San Luis Obispo, 1982
  • AA, Butte College, 1980
  • Owner/Partner, DSL Farms, 1990-present
  • Owner/Partner, LaMalfa Farms Rice

Political Experience

  • BS, Business/Agriculture, California Polytechnic University-San Luis Obispo, 1982
  • AA, Butte College, 1980
  • Owner/Partner, DSL Farms, 1990-present
  • Owner/Partner, LaMalfa Farms Rice
  • Representative, United States House of Representatives, California, District 1, 2012-present
  • Candidate, United States House of Representatives, California, District 1, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020
  • Senator, California State Senate, District 4, 2010-2012
  • Candidate, California State Senate, District 4, 2010
  • Assembly Member, California State Assembly, District 2, 2002-2008
  • Candidate, California State Assembly, District 2, 2002, 2004, 2006

Former Committees/Caucuses

Former Member, Aviation Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Commodity Exchanges, Energy, and Credit Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Natural Resources Committee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on Federal Lands, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management, United States House of Representatives

Former Chair, Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Water, Power and Oceans Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Current Legislative Committees

Member, Agriculture Committee

Member, Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure

Member, Subcommittee on Commodity Exchanges, Energy, and Credit

Ranking Member, Subcommittee on Conservation and Forestry

Member, Subcommittee on Highways and Transit

Member, Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials

Member, Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment

Religious, Civic, and other Memberships

  • BS, Business/Agriculture, California Polytechnic University-San Luis Obispo, 1982
  • AA, Butte College, 1980
  • Owner/Partner, DSL Farms, 1990-present
  • Owner/Partner, LaMalfa Farms Rice
  • Representative, United States House of Representatives, California, District 1, 2012-present
  • Candidate, United States House of Representatives, California, District 1, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020
  • Senator, California State Senate, District 4, 2010-2012
  • Candidate, California State Senate, District 4, 2010
  • Assembly Member, California State Assembly, District 2, 2002-2008
  • Candidate, California State Assembly, District 2, 2002, 2004, 2006
  • Director, California Rice Commission, 1999-present
  • Chair, Richvale Foundation Boosters, present
  • Director, Richvale Hunting Area, present
  • Former Member, Domestic Promotion Committee, United States of America Rice Federation
  • Chair, Central Committee, Butte County Republican Party, 1992-2002

Other Info

— Awards:

  • Legislator of the Year, California Rifle and Pistol Association, 2007

Favorite Movie:

The Blues Brothers

Priority Issues:

A conservative leader, Doug LaMalfa has opposed increasing taxes and is a stalwart defender of Proposition 13. With a proven record of fighting on behalf of working families, Doug believes that taxpayers know better than bureaucrats and politicians how to spend and invest their own hard-earned money. He opposed the 2007 and 2008 budgets that have been proven shams that have resulted in California's current budget crisis.

Doug is a strong supporter of private property rights and the author of a Constitutional Amendment to protect Californians against eminent domain abuse.

Water is the North State's most precious natural resource and Doug LaMalfa believes in protecting our water rights and developing more water storage. He has continually advocated for increasing California's water supply, supporting planned projects such as Sites Reservoir and the Auburn Dam. Doug has been a leader in opposing burdensome environmental regulations that place fairy shrimp and fish ahead of human needs.

Agriculture and Forestry have been the backbone of northern California's economy for generations and Doug LaMalfa has made it a priority to educate his fellow legislators on the importance of resource industries and the beneficial stewardship they provide. Doug successfully authored and passed the Forest Fire Protection Act of 2004 to allow landowners to make their rural lands fire-safe.

Doug LaMalfa's firm beliefs are that government should do no harm and that limited government means government should do only what people cannot do for themselves, in the most efficient manner possible.

Policy Positions

2021

Abortion

1. Do you generally support pro-choice or pro-life legislation?
- Pro-life

Budget

1. In order to balance the budget, do you support an income tax increase on any tax bracket?
- No

2. Do you support expanding federal funding to support entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare?
- Unknown Position

Campaign Finance

1. Do you support the regulation of indirect campaign contributions from corporations and unions?
- No

Crime

1. Do you support the protection of government officials, including law enforcement officers, from personal liability in civil lawsuits concerning alleged misconduct?
- Yes

Defense

Do you support increasing defense spending?
- Yes

Economy

1. Do you support federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth?
- No

2. Do you support lowering corporate taxes as a means of promoting economic growth?
- Yes

3. Do you support providing financial relief to businesses AND/OR corporations negatively impacted by the state of national emergency for COVID-19?
- Yes

Education

1. Do you support requiring states to adopt federal education standards?
- No

Energy and Environment

1. Do you support government funding for the development of renewable energy (e.g. solar, wind, geo-thermal)?
- Yes

2. Do you support the federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions?
- No

Guns

1. Do you generally support gun-control legislation?
- No

Health Care

1. Do you support repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare")?
- Yes

2. Do you support requiring businesses to provide paid medical leave during public health crises, such as COVID-19?
- Yes

Immigration

1. Do you support the construction of a wall along the Mexican border?
- Yes

2. Do you support requiring immigrants who are unlawfully present to return to their country of origin before they are eligible for citizenship?
- Yes

National Security

1. Should the United States use military force to prevent governments hostile to the U.S. from possessing a weapon of mass destruction (for example: nuclear, biological, chemical)?
- Unknown Position

2. Do you support reducing military intervention in Middle East conflicts?
- Unknown Position

Trade

Do you generally support removing barriers to international trade (for example: tariffs, quotas, etc.)?
- Yes

California State Legislative Election 2002 National Political Awareness Test

Abortion

Indicate which principles you support (if any) concerning abortion.

1. Abortions should always be illegal.
- X

2. Abortions should always be legally available.
- No Answer

3. Abortions should be legal only within the first trimester of pregnancy.
- No Answer

4. Abortions should be legal when the pregnancy resulted from incest or rape.
- No Answer

5. Abortions should be legal when the life of the woman is endangered.
- No Answer

6. Eliminate public funding for abortions and public funding of organizations that advocate or perform abortions.
- X

7. Prohibit the dilation and extraction procedure, also known as partial birth abortion.
- X

8. Support amending the California Civil Code to state that human life begins at conception.
- X

9. Other or expanded principles
- X

Budgetary, Spending and Tax

State Budget: Indicate the funding levels you will support for the following general categories.State Taxes: Indicate the tax levels you will support.

1. Education (Higher)
- Maintain Funding Status

2. Education (K-12)
- Maintain Funding Status

3. Environment
- Greatly Decrease Funding

4. Health care
- Maintain Funding Status

5. Law enforcement
- Slightly Increase Funding

6. Transportation and Highway infrastructure
- Greatly Increase Funding

7. Welfare
- Slightly Decrease Funding

8. Other or expanded categories
- No Answer

9. Alcohol taxes
- Maintain Status

10. Capital gains taxes
- Greatly Decrease

11. Cigarette taxes
- Slightly Decrease

12. Corporate taxes
- Greatly Decrease

13. Gasoline taxes
- Greatly Decrease

14. Income taxes (incomes below $75,000)
- Greatly Decrease

15. Income taxes (incomes above $75,000)
- Greatly Decrease

16. Inheritance taxes
- Eliminate

17. Property taxes
- Greatly Decrease

18. Sales taxes
- Greatly Decrease

19. Vehicle taxes
- Eliminate

20. Should Internet sales be taxed?
- No

21. Would you support placing any operating surplus into a "rainy day" fund?
- Undecided

22. Should California legalize gambling in specific cities in order to generate tax revenue?
- No

23. SURPLUSES BELONG TO THE PUBLIC LONG TERM SURPLUSES SHOULD BE RETURNED IN LOWER TAX RATES
- WATER STORAGE AND ENHANCEMENT OF SUPPLY FOR HUMAN USE

Campaign Finance and Governmental Reform

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding campaign finance and governmental reform.e) Do you support limiting the following types of contributions to state legislative and gubernatorial candidates?

1. Do you support the current two term, eight year limit for California governors?
- Yes

2. Do you support the current two term, eight year limit for California state senators?
- Yes

3. Do you support the current three term, six year limit for California assembly members?
- Yes

4. Do you support amending the term limit law to allow voters to place a current legislator on the ballot who would otherwise be ineligible to run for re-election?
- No

5. Individual
- No

6. PAC
- No

7. Corporate
- No

8. Political Parties
- No

9. Do you support requiring full and timely disclosure of campaign finance information?
- Yes

10. Do you support imposing spending limits on state level political campaigns?
- No

11. Do you support partial funding from state taxes for state level political campaigns?
- No

12. Do you support voting on-line?
- Undecided

13. Do you support adopting statewide standards for counting, verifying and ensuring accuracy of votes?
- Yes

14. Do you support prohibiting media exit polling of voters until all polling locations in California are closed?
- No

15. Do you support allowing voter registration on Election day?
- No

16. Should California recognize civil unions between same-sex couples?
- No

17. Should California restrict marriage to a relationship only between a man and a woman?
- Yes

18. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Crime

Indicate which principles you support (if any) to address crime.

1. Increase state funds for construction of state prisons and for hiring of additional prison staff.
- X

2. Increase state funds for the construction, renovation, and expansion of local jails and juvenile detention centers.
- X

3. Support contracting with private sector firms to build and/or manage state prisons.
- X

4. Support the use of the death penalty in California.
- X

5. Support placing a moratorium on the use of the death penalty in California.
- No Answer

6. Support programs to provide prison inmates with vocational and job-related skills and job-placement assistance when released.
- No Answer

7. End parole for repeat violent offenders.
- X

8. Implement penalties other than incarceration for certain non-violent offenders.
- X

9. Strengthen penalties and sentences for drug-related crimes.
- X

10. Support .08 blood-alcohol-content limit defining drunk driving.
- X

11. Prosecute as adults, youths accused of a felony.
- X

12. Support funding for alternative sentencing programs for juvenile offenders.
- No Answer

13. Require that crimes based on gender, sexual orientation, or disability be prosecuted as hate crimes.
- No Answer

14. Ban the use of racial profiling by law enforcement officers.
- No Answer

15. Increase state funding for community centers and other social agencies in areas with at-risk youth.
- No Answer

16. Increase state funding for additional security of critical infrastructure against terrorist attacks.
- No Answer

17. Amend the "three-strikes" law so that it is applied only when the third offense is a serious or violent felony.
- No Answer

18. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Educational

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding education.

1. Support national standards and testing of public school students.
- No Answer

2. Provide parents with state-funded vouchers to send their children to any participating school (public, private, religious).
- X

3. Increase state funds for school capital improvements (e.g. buildings and infrastructure).
- No Answer

4. Increase state funds for hiring additional teachers.
- No Answer

5. Support teacher testing and reward teachers with merit pay.
- No Answer

6. Support posting the Ten Commandments in public schools.
- X

7. Endorse teacher-led voluntary prayer in public schools.
- No Answer

8. Support public schools administering high school exit exams.
- No Answer

9. Provide state funding to increase teacher salaries.
- No Answer

10. Increase state funding for Head Start programs.
- No Answer

11. Provide state funding for tax incentives and financial aid to help make college more affordable.
- No Answer

12. Support age-appropriate sexual education programs that teach about abstinence, contraceptives, and HIV/STD prevention methods.
- No Answer

13. Support abstinence-only sexual education programs.
- X

14. Increase the length of the public school year to provide additional hours of classroom instruction.
- No Answer

15. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Employment and Affirmative Action

Employment: Indicate which principles you support (if any) concerning employment.Affirmative Action: Should the following state agencies take race and sex into account when making employment decisions?

1. Increase funding for state job-training programs that re-train displaced workers or teach skills needed in today's job market.
- No Answer

2. Reduce state government regulations on the private sector to encourage investment and economic expansion.
- X

3. Provide low interest loans and tax credits for starting, expanding, or relocating businesses.
- No Answer

4. Provide tax credits for businesses that provide child care for their employees.
- No Answer

5. Increase state funds to provide child care for children in low-income working families.
- No Answer

6. Include sexual orientation in California's anti-discrimination laws.
- No Answer

7. Create a state "living wage" standard.
- No Answer

8. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

9. College and university admissions
- No

10. Public employment
- No

11. State contracting
- No

Environmental and Energy

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding the environment and energy.

1. Promote increased use of alternative fuel technology.
- X

2. Use state funds to clean up former industrial and commercial sites that are contaminated, unused, or abandoned.
- No Answer

3. Support a bond for clean air, parks, and water conservation programs.
- No Answer

4. Do you support state funding for open space preservation?
- No

5. Should state environmental regulations be stricter than federal law?
- No

6. Should California purchase the utility lines of power companies?
- No

7. Should California sell state bonds to create an emergency fund for the purchase of energy?
- No

8. Other or expanded principles
- X

Gun

Indicate which principles you support (if any) concerning gun issues.

1. Ban the sale or transfer of semi-automatic guns, except those used for hunting.
- No Answer

2. Maintain and strengthen the enforcement of existing state restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns.
- No Answer

3. Ease state restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns.
- X

4. Repeal state restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns.
- X

5. Allow citizens to carry concealed guns.
- X

6. Require manufacturers to provide child-safety locks on guns.
- No Answer

7. Require background checks on gun sales between private citizens at gun shows.
- No Answer

8. Require a license for gun possession.
- No Answer

9. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Health

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding health issues.

1. Ensure that citizens have access to basic health care through managed care, insurance reforms, or state funded care where necessary.
- X

2. Transfer more existing Medicaid recipients into managed care programs.
- X

3. Limit the amount of damages that can be awarded in medical malpractice lawsuits.
- X

4. Support patients' right to sue their HMOs.
- No Answer

5. Support patients' right to appeal to an administrative board of specialists when services are denied.
- No Answer

6. Guaranteed medical care to all citizens is not a responsibility of state government.
- X

7. Legalize physician-assisted suicide in California.
- No Answer

8. Increase state funding for training health workers to recognize and respond to the release of biological agents.
- No Answer

9. Require labeling of foods that contain genetically engineered products.
- No Answer

10. Eliminate the requirement that health care facilities must provide non-emergency medical assistance to illegal immigrants.
- X

11. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Welfare and Poverty

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding welfare.

1. Support current time limits on welfare benefits.
- X

2. Increase employment and job training programs for welfare recipients.
- No Answer

3. Provide tax incentives to businesses that hire welfare recipients.
- No Answer

4. Provide child care for welfare recipients who work.
- No Answer

5. Increase access to public transportation for welfare recipients who work.
- No Answer

6. Eliminate government-funded welfare programs.
- No Answer

7. Redirect welfare funding to faith-based and community-based private organizations.
- X

8. Use federal TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) funds to expand state services to include the working poor.
- No Answer

9. Support tax credits to developers for the construction of low income housing.
- No Answer

10. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Legislative Priorities

On an attached page, in a total of seventy-five (75) words or less, please explain what your two main legislative priorities will be if elected. Please explain how you would obtain any additional government funding needed to implement these priorities.
- No Answer

2019

Abortion

1. Do you generally support pro-choice or pro-life legislation?
- Pro-life

Budget

1. In order to balance the budget, do you support an income tax increase on any tax bracket?
- No

2. In order to balance the budget, do you support reducing defense spending?
- Unknown Position

Campaign Finance

1. Do you support the regulation of indirect campaign contributions from corporations and unions?
- Unknown Position

Economy

1. Do you support federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth?
- No

2. Do you support lowering corporate taxes as a means of promoting economic growth?
- Yes

Education

1. Do you support requiring states to adopt federal education standards?
- No

Energy & Environment

1. Do you support government funding for the development of renewable energy (e.g. solar, wind, thermal)?
- Yes

2. Do you support the federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions?
- No

Guns

1. Do you generally support gun-control legislation?
- No

Health Care

1. Do you support repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare")?
- Yes

Immigration

1. Do you support the construction of a wall along the Mexican border?
- Unknown Position

2. Do you support requiring immigrants who are unlawfully present to return to their country of origin before they are eligible for citizenship?
- Yes

Marijuana

Do you support the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes?
- Unknown Position

National Security

1. Should the United States use military force in order to prevent governments hostile to the U.S. from possessing a nuclear weapon?
- Unknown Position

2. Do you support increased American intervention in Middle Eastern conflicts beyond air support?
- No

Congress Bills
Elections

2020

General election
General election for U.S. House California District 1

Incumbent Doug LaMalfa defeated Audrey Denney in the general election for U.S. House California District 1 on November 3, 2020.

Doug LaMalfa (R)
57.0%
204,190 Votes

Audrey Denney (D)
43.0%
154,073 Votes

Total votes: 358,263

Nonpartisan primary election
Nonpartisan primary for U.S. House California District 1

The following candidates ran in the primary for U.S. House California District 1 on March 3, 2020.

Doug LaMalfa (R)
54.6%
128,613 Votes

Audrey Denney (D)
39.4%
92,655 Votes

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Rob Lydon (D)
3.7%
8,745 Votes

Joseph LeTourneau IV (Independent)
1.2%
2,769 Votes

Gregory Cheadle (Independent)
1.1%
2,596 Votes

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Kenneth Swanson (R) (Write-in)
0.0%
13 Votes

Total votes: 235,391

Withdrawn or disqualified candidates

  • Selena Rose Martinez (D)
  • Jason Cienkus (D)
  • Paul Saulsbury (R)

2018

General election
General election for U.S. House California District 1

Incumbent Doug LaMalfa defeated Audrey Denney in the general election for U.S. House California District 1 on November 6, 2018.

Doug LaMalfa (R)
54.9%
160,046 Votes

Audrey Denney (D)
45.1%
131,548 Votes

Total votes: 291,594

Nonpartisan primary election
Nonpartisan primary for U.S. House California District 1

The following candidates ran in the primary for U.S. House California District 1 on June 5, 2018.

Doug LaMalfa (R)
51.7%
98,354 Votes

Audrey Denney (D)
17.9%
34,121 Votes

Jessica Holcombe (D)
11.7%
22,306 Votes

Marty Walters (D)
8.4%
16,032 Votes

Gregory Cheadle (R)
6.1%
11,660 Votes

David Peterson (D)
3.0%
5,707 Votes

Lewis Elbinger (G)
1.2%
2,191 Votes

Total votes: 190,371

Withdrawn or disqualified candidates

  • Brandon Storment (D)
  • Larry Jordan (D)
  • Dennis Duncan (D)

2016

rated this race as safely Republican. Incumbent Doug LaMalfa (R) defeated Jim Reed (D) in the general election on November 8, 2016. LaMalfa and Reed defeated Gregory Cheadle (R), Joe Montes (R), Gary Allen Oxley (R), David Peterson (D), and Jeffrey Gerlach (Independent) in the top-two primary on June 7, 2016.

U.S. House, California District 1 General Election, 2016

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Republican Green check mark transparent.pngDoug LaMalfa Incumbent 59.1% 185,448
Democratic Jim Reed 40.9% 128,588
Total Votes 314,036
Source: California Secretary of State

U.S. House, California District 1 Primary, 2016

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Republican Green check mark transparent.pngDoug LaMalfa Incumbent 40.8% 86,136
Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngJim Reed 28.3% 59,665
Republican Joe Montes 17% 35,875
Democratic David Peterson 6.4% 13,430
Republican Gary Oxley 3.3% 6,885
Independent Jeffrey Gerlach 2.3% 4,958
Republican Gregory Cheadle 2% 4,217
Total Votes 211,166
Source: California Secretary of State

2014

LaMalfa won re-election to the U.S. House in 2014. He and Heidi Hall (D) advanced past the blanket primary on June 3, 2014, defeating Gregory Cheadle and Dan Levine. LaMalfa then defeated Hall in the general election on November 4, 2014.

U.S. House, California District 1 General Election, 2014

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Republican Green check mark transparent.pngDoug La Malfa Incumbent 61% 132,052
Democratic Heidi Hall 39% 84,320
Total Votes 216,372
Source: California Secretary of State

U.S. House, California District 1 Primary, 2014

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Republican Green check mark transparent.pngDoug La Malfa Incumbent 53.4% 75,317
Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngHeidi Hall 30.1% 42,481
Republican Gregory Cheadle 9.9% 13,909
Democratic Dan Levine 6.5% 9,213
Total Votes 140,920
Source: California Secretary of State

2012

LaMalfa won the 2012 election for the U.S. House, representing California's 1st District. He and Jim Reed (D) advanced past the blanket primary on June 5, 2012, defeating Samuel Aanestad (R), Gregory Cheadle (R), Michael Dacquisto (R), Nathan Arrowsmith (D), Pete Stiglich (R) and Gary Allen Oxley (Ind). LaMalfa then defeated Reed in the general election on November 6, 2012.

U.S. House, California District 1 General Election, 2012

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Republican Green check mark transparent.pngDoug La Malfa 57.4% 168,827
Democratic Jim Reed 42.6% 125,386
Total Votes 294,213
Source: California Secretary of State "Official Election Results, 2012 General Election"

U.S. House, California District 1 Open Primary, 2012

Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngDoug LaMalfa (R) 37.9% 66,527
Green check mark transparent.pngJim Reed (D) 24.8% 43,409
Sam Aanestad (R) 14.4% 25,224
Michael Dacquisto (R) 6% 10,530
Pete Stiglich (R) 5.8% 10,258
Nathan Arrowsmith (D) 4.9% 8,598
Gary Allen Oxley (NPP) 3.4% 5,901
Gregory Cheadle (R) 2.8% 4,939
Total Votes 175,386

2010

La Malfa advanced past the blanket primary on June 5, 2012, defeating Rick Keene in the June 8 primary. He then defeated Lathe Gill in the November 2 general election.

California State Senate, District 4 General Election (2010)

Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Doug La Malfa (R) 226,239
Lathe Gill (D) 105,460

California State Senate, District 4 Republican Primary (2010)

Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Doug La Malfa (R) 60,460
Rick Keene (R) 43,873
Speeches
Articles

Electoral vote certification on January 6-7, 2021

Jan. 1, 1900

Congress convened a joint session on January 6-7, 2021, to count electoral votes by state and confirm the results of the 2020 presidential election. LaMalfa voted against certifying the electoral votes from Arizona and Pennsylvania. The House rejected both objections by a vote of 121-303 for Arizona and 138-282 for Pennsylvania.

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