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<!---former---{{Infobox California State Legislature district
| district = 45
| chamber = Assembly
| image = California AD-45.svg
| representative = [[Bob Blumenfield]]
| party = Democratic
| residence = Los Angeles
| Democratic = 58.83
| Republican = 12.84
| DTS = 23.45
| percent white = 11.82
| percent black = 2.34
| percent hispanic = 67.56
| percent asian = 16.19
| percent native american = 0.39
| percent pacific islander = 0.09
| percent other race = 0.99
| population = 423,395
| year = 2000
| voting-age = 300,613
| registered = 147,032
}}---former--->
{{Infobox California State Legislature district
| district = 45
| chamber = Assembly
| image = California AD-45 (2011).svg
| representative = [[Bob Blumenfield]]Vacant
| party = Democratic
| residence = Woodland Hills
| Democratic = 48.9489
| Republican = 25.6835
| NPP = 1716.3299
| percent white = 49.86
| percent black = 4.46
| voting age = 338,873
| citizen voting age = 280,628
| registered = 251257,411123
}}
 
'''[[California]]'s 45th [[California State Assembly|State Assembly]] Districtdistrict''' is one of 80 districts in the [[California State Assembly]] districts. It is representedcurrently untilvacant, Juneafter 30,its 2013most byrecent representative, [[California Democratic Party|Democrat]] [[Bob Blumenfield]] of [[LosWoodland AngelesHills, California|Los Angeles|Woodland Hills]]., Afterresigned Juneto 2013take Blumenfieldhis willseat beon serving as Councilmember forthe [[Los Angeles City Council District 3]], and his replacement is to be determined.
 
== District profile ==
The district takes up most of the western [[San Fernando Valley]]. The district, while located in [[Los Angeles]], is primarily suburban and relatively whiter than other assembly districts in the city.
After redistricting in 2011 by the [[California Citizens Redistricting Commission]], the new district now includes:
*4.7% of [[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles County]] in: [[Calabasas, California|Calabasas]] and [[Hidden Hills, California|Hidden Hills]]; and the [[Canoga Park, Los Angeles|Canoga Park]], [[Reseda, Los Angeles|Reseda]], [[West Hills, Los Angeles|West Hills]], and [[Woodland Hills, Los Angeles|Woodland Hills]] neighborhoods of [[Los Angeles]].
*0.2% of [[Ventura County, California|Ventura County]], in unincorporated [[Bell Canyon, California|Bell Canyon]].
 
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==Former district location==
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The district was formerly to the southeast in urban Los Angeles. It had consisted of 4.45% of [[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles County]] and includes 22.11% of [[East Los Angeles, California|East Los Angeles]] and 10.72% of [[Los Angeles, California|Los Angeles]].
; [[Los Angeles County, California|Los Angeles County]] – ''4.7%''
* [[Calabasas, California|Calabasas]]
* [[Hidden Hills, California|Hidden Hills]]
* [[Los Angeles]] – ''11.5%''
** [[Canoga Park, Los Angeles|Canoga Park]]
** [[Encino, Los Angeles|Reseda]]
** [[Northridge, Los Angeles|Northridge]]
** [[Reseda, Los Angeles|Reseda]]
** [[West Hills, Los Angeles|West Hills]]
** [[Winnetka, Los Angeles|Reseda]]
** [[Woodland Hills, Los Angeles|Woodland Hills]]
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; [[Ventura County, California|Ventura County]] – ''0.2%''
* [[Bell Canyon, California|Bell Canyon]]
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== Election results ==
===2006 2012 ===
{{Election box open primary begin no change
 
{{Election box begin | title = [[California State Assembly elections, 20062012]]<ref>[http://sos.ca.gov/elections/sov/2006_general/assembly.pdf 2006 State Assembly Results]</ref>}}
{{Election box candidate with party link|
|party = California Democratic Party
|candidate = '''[[Kevin de León]]'''
|votes = 45,106
|percentage = 83.3
|change = +7.3
}}
{{Election box candidate with party link| no change
| |party = California RepublicanDemocratic Party
| |candidate = Samantha[[Bob E.Blumenfield]] Allen-Newman([[incumbent]])
| |votes = 931,082942
| |percentage = 1659.71
|change = -7.3
}}
{{Election box total|candidate with party link no change
| party = California Republican Party
|votes = 54,188
| candidate = Chris Kolski
|percentage = 100.0
| votes = 22,119
|change =
| percentage = 40.9
}}
{{Election box majority|total no change
| |votes = 3654,124061
| |percentage = 66100.60
|change = +14.6
}}
{{Election box turnout|open primary general election no change}}
{{Election box winning candidate with party link no change
|votes =
| party = California Democratic Party
|percentage =
| candidate = [[Bob Blumenfield]] ([[incumbent]])
|change =
| votes = 100,422
| percentage = 63.4
}}
{{Election box holdcandidate with party link| no change
|winner party = California DemocraticRepublican Party
| candidate = Chris Kolski
|swing = +14.6
| votes = 57,996
| percentage = 36.6
}}
{{Election box end}}total no change
| votes = 158,418
 
| percentage = 100.0
===2004===
 
{{Election box begin | title=[[California State Assembly elections, 2004]]<ref>[http://sos.ca.gov/elections/sov/2004_general/formatted_st_AD_all.pdf 2004 State Assembly Results]</ref>}}
{{Election box candidate with party link|
|party = California Democratic Party
|candidate = '''[[Jackie Goldberg]]''' ([[incumbent]])
|votes = 62,091
|percentage = 76.0
|change = -9.6
}}
{{Election box candidatehold with party link| no change
|party winner = California RepublicanDemocratic Party
|candidate = Oscar A. Gutierrez
|votes = 19,660
|percentage = 24.0
|change = +24.0
}}
{{Election box total|
|votes = 81,751
|percentage = 100.0
|change =
}}
{{Election box majority|
|votes = 42,431
|percentage = 52.0
|change = -29.2
}}
{{Election box turnout|
|votes =
|percentage =
|change =
}}
{{Election box hold with party link|
|winner = California Democratic Party
|swing = -29.2
}}
{{Election box end}}
 
===2002= See also ==
* [[California State Assembly]]
 
* [[California State Assembly districts]]
{{Election box begin | title=[[California State Assembly elections, 2002]]<ref>[http://sos.ca.gov/elections/sov/2002_general/state_assemb.pdf 2002 State Assembly Results]</ref>}}
* [[Districts in California]]
{{Election box candidate with party link|
|party = California Democratic Party
|candidate = '''[[Jackie Goldberg]]''' ([[incumbent]])
|votes = 39,952
|percentage = 85.6
|change = -3.4
}}
{{Election box candidate with party link|
|party = Libertarian Party of California
|candidate = Judy Chau Phuong Cook
|votes = 6,731
|percentage = 14.4
|change = +3.4
}}
{{Election box total|
|votes = 46,683
|percentage = 100.0
|change =
}}
{{Election box majority|
|votes = 33,221
|percentage = 71.2
|change = -6.8
}}
{{Election box turnout|
|votes =
|percentage =
|change =
}}
{{Election box hold with party link|
|winner = California Democratic Party
|swing = +6.8
}}
{{Election box end}}
 
==See also==
 
*[[California State Assembly Districts]]
*[[California State Assembly]]
*[[Districts in California]]
 
==References==
 
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== External links ==
* [http://wedrawthelines.ca.gov/downloads/meeting_handouts_082011/map_20110815_ap_ad_45_certified.pdf District map] from the [[California Citizens Redistricting Commission]]
*Official Profile of Assembly District from California State Assembly--[http://www.assembly.ca.gov/committee/c7/asmfinal/AD45.HTM]
 
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[[Category:San Fernando Valley]]
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