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2006 House of Representatives election
Central California

    District 17: Sam Farr (Democratic)
    District 18: Dennis Cardoza (Democratic)
    District 19: George Radanovich (Republican)
    District 20: Jim Costa (Democratic)
    District 21: Devin Nunes (Republican)
    District 22: Bill Thomas (Republican)
    District 23: Lois Capps (Democratic)
    District 24: Elton Gallegly (Republican)
    District 25: Buck McKeon (Republican)
    District 41: Jerry Lewis (Republican)
    District 45: Mary Bono (Republican)


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