This year, a woman bought a lottery ticket at a Chevron gas station in Woodland Hills. With that ticket, she won the biggest jackpot in the state.
Kristine Wellenstein's ticket was the only one in the country to match all six numbers on Jan. 28
Wellenstein told lotto officials, "When I found out I'd won, I felt so many things, but mostly gratitude."
Wellenstein wants to be a good steward of her newfound money and share it with others, despite her reserved nature
The jackpot sequence ended with Wellenstein's victory, which began in October 2021 and rolled 27 times.
In the state, sales of the whole series added up to $110.3 million
Increased jackpots result in higher sales, which means more money for public education, which the California State Lottery is happy to support.
The Lottery exists exclusively to benefit schools, therefore we applaud Ms. Wellenstein and elementary through university students who benefit.
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