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Duncan D. Hunter

Republican

Picture of Duncan D. Hunter
hunter.house.gov
Date Party Office Votes Result
11-04-2008 Republican CD-52 160724 Win
11-02-2010 Republican CD-52 139460 Win
11-06-2012 Republican CD-50 174838 Win
11-04-2014 Republican CD-50 111997 Win
11-08-2016 Republican CD-50 179937 Win
11-06-2018 Republican CD-50 134362 Win
 

Candidate Biography:

Duncan Duane Hunter
Born: December 7, 1976 in San Diego, CA
Married: Margaret
Children: Duncan Lee, Elizabeth Grace and Sarah Louise
Family: Son of Duncan Hunter
Military Service: USMC (Iraq War, War on Terror)

2016: Delegate, Republican National Convention
2020: Resigned from the United States House of Representatives on January 13.

  • Legal Troubles: On August 21, 2018, Hunter and his wife were indicted on 60 counts (one count of Conspiracy, three counts of Prohibited Use of Campaign Contributions, thirteen counts of Falsification of Records Related to Campaign Finance, and 43 charges of Wire Fraud) related to misuse of campaign funds. On December 3, 2019, Hunter pleaded guilty to one charge as part of a plea bargain. Hunter was sentenced to 11 months in prison and was scheduled to begin serving that sentence in January 2021, but on December 22, 2020, President Donald Trump pardoned Hunter.
  • Prior to Hunter's resignation, on January 9, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that he would not be calling a special election to fill the vacancy created by Hunter's resignation. The seat remained vacant for the remainder of the unexpired term.