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Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012

Fran Pavley wins state senate race for California's 27th District, preliminary results show.

Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012 Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012 Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012 Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012 Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012 Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012 Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012 Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012 Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012 Update: State Senate District 27: Pavley vs. Zink Election Results 2012

Update 7:40 a.m.: With 100 percent of the 557 precincts reported, incumbent Fran Pavley won by 14,350 votes, with a total of 147,764.

Update 1 a.m.: Due to heavy fog conditions in Norwalk, where the registrar is tabulating ballots, helicopters carrying the ballots from various precincts cannot land and deliver their cargo. Consequently, it is too soon to name a victor in this race.

Update 9:45 p.m.: Todd Zink is currently watching the polls from Bogey's in Westlake Village. Fran Pavley is holding her gathering at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center.

Update 3:50 p.m.:  Sen. Fran Pavley voted at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center at approximately 3:25 p.m. (see attached photo).

Incumbent state Senator Fran Pavley is facing Deputy District Attorney Todd Zink for the California 27th District seat Tuesday.

The district includes portions of the western San Fernando Valley including Agoura Hills, Westlake Village and Calabasas, as well as the eastern Ventura County communities of Thousand Oaks, Moorpark and Simi Valley.

Pavley, a Democrat who resides in Agoura Hills, is seeking her second term in the state senate.

Zink, a Republican who resides in Westlake Village, is a former marine who is running on a platform of bringing jobs to the region and improving public safety.

Democrats have a 7.6 percent registration advantage in the district.

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