Darren Parker

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Darren Parker
Candidate for
California State Senate, District 17

Political party Democratic
Profession Small Business Owner
Darren Parker was the Democratic candidate for the 2011 special election for District 17 of the California State Senate. The special election primary took place on February 15, 2011, with the special general election on April 19. The seat was formerly held by George Runner (R) who resigned in December of 2010 to take a position on the State Board of Equalization.[1] Parker was defeated in the special election.

Elections

2011

See also: California state legislative special elections, 2011

Parker was defeated by Sharon Runner (R) in the special election for California State Senate, District 17. A special election primary was held on February 15, 2010.[2] Since only two candidates appeared on the ballot, Runner avoided the special runoff election originally scheduled for April 19.[3]

The election was the first to follow the new primary structure created by Proposition 14 which passed in June of 2010.[4][5] Under the new rules, all candidates will participate in a single primary with the top two candidates (unless one gets more than 50% of the vote) moving to a runoff in the general election. All registered voters may vote in the primary.

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