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Cecil R. King


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CA Blue Book
Date Party Office Votes Result
11-08-1932 Democratic AD-67 18383 Win
11-03-1936 Democratic AD-67 23991 Win
11-08-1938 Democratic AD-67 27389 Win
11-05-1940 Democratic AD-67 31981 Win
08-25-1942 Democratic CD-17 26768 Win
11-03-1942 Democratic CD-17 92260 Win
11-07-1944 Democratic CD-17 147217 Win
11-05-1946 Democratic CD-17 110654 Win
11-02-1948 Democratic CD-17 194782 Win
11-07-1950 Democratic CD-17 166334 Win
11-04-1952 Democratic CD-17 114650 Win
11-02-1954 Democratic CD-17 97828 Win
11-06-1956 Democratic CD-17 157270 Win
11-04-1958 Democratic CD-17 182965 Win
11-08-1960 Democratic CD-17 206620 Win
11-06-1962 Democratic CD-17 74964 Win
11-03-1964 Democratic CD-17 95640 Win
11-08-1966 Democratic CD-17 76962 Win

Candidate Biography:

Born: January 13, 1898 in Fort Niagara, New York
Child: One daughter
University: University of Southern California
Military Service: ARMY (WWI)
Died: March 17, 1974 in Inglewood, CA

1940: Delegate, Democratic National Convention
1941: Candidate for Assembly Speaker (Lost; 20 to 55)

  • BI-PARTISAN COUNTY REPRESENTATION: Los Angeles County has had bipartisan representation in the California State Legislature continuously since 1933 (the longest of any of California's 58 counties). Prior to the election of this legislator (and a dozen other Democratic Assemblymembers) in 1932, Los Angeles had had not had a Democratic state legislator  since 1902.

Source: California Blue Book (1938)
Source: "Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1774-Present" (U.S. Library of Congress) []