In the special runoff election, Democratic Judy Chu won by a significant margin, beating Republican Betty Chu and Libertarian candidate Christopher Agrella.
|California's 32nd congressional district special election, 2009|
|Independent||Eleanor Garcia (write-in)||2||0.01%|
|Invalid or blank votes||267||1.01%|
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