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Rep. Mike Thompson (D-Calif.)

District: 5th District
Political Highlights: Calif. Senate, 1990-98; U.S. House of Representatives, 1999-present
Born: Jan. 24, 1951; St. Helena, Calif.
Residence: St. Helena
Religion: Roman Catholic
Family: Wife, Janet Thompson; two children
Education: California State U., Chico, B.A. 1982; California State U., Chico, M.A. 1996
Military Service: Army, 1969-73
Start of Service: Elected: 1998 (9th term)
Committee Assignments: Ways & Means (Health; Tax Policy)

Election History
2014generalMike Thompson (D) 129,61375.7
James Hinton (NPA) 41,53524.3
2012generalMike Thompson (D) 202,87274.5
Randy Loftin (R) 69,54525.5
2010generalMike Thompson (D) 147,30762.8
Loren Hanks (R) 72,80331.0
Carol Wolman (GREEN) 8,4863.6
Mike Rodrigues (LIBERT) 5,9962.6
2008generalMike Thompson (D) 197,81268.1
Zane Starkewolf (R) 67,85323.4
Carol Wolman (GREEN) 24,7938.5
2006generalMike Thompson (D) 144,40966.2
John Jones (R) 63,19429.0
Pamela Elizondo (GREEN) 6,8993.2
Timothy Stock (PFP) 3,5031.6
2004generalMike Thompson (D) 189,36666.9
Lawrence Wiesner (R) 79,97028.3
Pamela Elizondo (GREEN) 13,6354.8
2002generalMike Thompson (D) 118,66964.1
Lawrence Wiesner (R) 60,01332.4
Kevin Bastian (LIBERT) 6,5343.5
2000generalMike Thompson (D) 155,63865.0
Russell Chase (R) 66,98728.0
Cheryl Kreier (NL) 7,1733.0
Emil Rossi (LIBERT) 6,3762.7
Pamela Elizondo (REF) 3,1611.3
1998generalMike Thompson (D) 121,71061.9
Mark Luce (R) 64,62232.8
Emil Rossi (LIBERT) 5,4042.7
Ernest Jones (PFP) 4,9962.5
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California is 1st on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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