April 10, 1990
Special Elections to fill the seats vacated by State Senators Joseph Montoya (SD-26) and William P. Campbell (SD-31). Senator Montoya resigned after being convicted for extortion, racketeering, and money laundering. Senator Campbell Senator resigned to become President of the California Manufacturers Association (CMA).
|Charles M. Calderon||Democratic||68.1%||Win|
|Kim J. Goldsworthy||Libertarian||4.8%||Loss|
|Richard S. Gonzales||Write-in||Loss|
|Joe A. Urguidi||Republican||27.1%||Loss|
|Janice Lynn Graham||Democratic||35.7%||Loss|
|Robert W. Lewis||American Independent||3.4%||Loss|