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Carole Migden


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Date Party Office Votes Result
03-26-1996 Democratic AD-13 61905 Win
11-05-1996 Democratic AD-13 114524 Win
11-03-1998 Democratic AD-13 95218 Win
11-07-2000 Democratic AD-13 114389 Win
11-05-2002 Democratic SBOE1 1205726 Win
11-02-2004 Democratic SD-03 258166 Win

Candidate Biography:

Born: August 14, 1948 in New York, New York
Partner: Cristina Arguedas*

Previous: Chair, San Francisco Democratic Party (8 years)
1991-1996: Member, San Francisco Board of Supervisors
2004: Resigned from the Board of Equalization on December 6.
2008: Primary Candidate for SD-03 (Lost; 28.6%)
2008: Delegate, Democratic National Convention
2008-2010: Member, California Integrated Waste Management Board*
2011-2012: Member, California Agricultural Labor Relations Board

  • LEGISLATION: Author, AB 26 (1999) Defines a domestic partnership as a household relationship between adults of the same sex or opposite-sex partners over the age of 62 and provides for its registration and termination in the state. [Chapter 588/Statutes of 1999]
  • Her marriage was annulled when the California Supreme Court ruled against gay marriage in "Lockyer v. City and County of San Francisco".
  • The California Integrated Waste Management Board was abolished by SB 63 (Strickland) in January 2010.
  • An incumbent who lost their party primary (in 2008).

Source: California Blue Book (2000)