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Rep. Ed Royce (R-Calif.)

District: 39th District
Political Highlights: Calif. Senate, 1982-92; U.S. House of Representatives, 1993-present
Born: Oct. 12, 1951; Los Angeles, Calif.
Residence: Fullerton
Religion: Roman Catholic
Family: Wife, Marie Royce
Education: California State U., Fullerton, B.A. 1977
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1992 (12th term)
Committee Assignments: Financial Services (Capital Markets & Government Sponsored Enterprises; Housing and Insurance); Foreign Affairs

Election History
2014generalEd Royce (R) 91,31968.5
Peter Anderson (D) 41,90631.5
2012generalEd Royce (R) 145,60757.8
Jay Chen (D) 106,36042.2
2010generalEd Royce (R) 119,45566.8
Christina Avalos (D) 59,40033.2
2008generalEd Royce (R) 144,92362.5
Christina Avalos (D) 86,77237.5
2006generalEd Royce (R) 100,99566.8
Florice Hoffman (D) 46,41830.7
Philip Inman (LIBERT) 3,8762.6
2004generalEd Royce (R) 147,61767.9
J. Williams (D) 69,68432.1
2002generalEd Royce (R) 92,42267.6
Christina Avalos (D) 40,26529.5
Charles McGlawn (LIBERT) 3,9552.9
2000generalEd Royce (R) 129,29462.7
Gill Kanel (D) 64,93831.5
Ron Jevning (NL) 6,5973.2
Keith Gann (LIBERT) 5,2752.6
1998generalEd Royce (R) 97,36662.6
A. Groom (D) 52,81534.0
Jack Dean (LIBERT) 3,3472.2
Ron Jevning (NL) 1,9371.2
1996generalEd Royce (R) 120,76162.8
R. Davis (D) 61,39231.9
Jack Dean (LIBERT) 10,1375.3
1994generalEd Royce (R) 113,03766.4
R. Davis (D) 49,45929.0
Jack Dean (LIBERT) 7,8624.6
1992generalEd Royce (R) 122,47257.3
Molly McClanahan (D) 81,72838.2
Jack Dean (LIBERT) 9,4844.4
Roll Call Vitals


California is 1st on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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