General Election
November 04, 2014
Election Statistics
Statistic Count
Total Registrations 4,892,047
Total Precincts 5,027
Precinct Statistics
Statistic Count Percent
Precincts Reporting 5,027 100.00%
Precincts Remaining 0 .00%
Ballot Distribution
Statistic Count Percent
Vote by Mail Ballots 577,023 37.99%
Vote Center Ballots 941,812 62.01%

Results as of 11/25/2014 13:07:24. Results are representative of Los Angeles County only. Remember to refresh this page to ensure that you have the latest results.

Ballots cast in Vote by Mail precincts are counted in the first bulletin. These tallied Vote by Mail precincts are reflected in the "Precincts Reporting" figure. There are 343 Vote by Mail precincts.

The voter registration figure reflects registrations 29 days before the election. Voters who registered after this date will have their vote counted.

Governor
GOVERNOR
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
EDMUND G. "JERRY" BROWN (D) 978,142 66.84%
NEEL KASHKARI (R) 485,186 33.16%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
Lieutenant Governor
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
GAVIN NEWSOM (D) 929,107 65.21%
RON NEHRING (R) 495,577 34.79%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
Secretary of State
SECRETARY OF STATE
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ALEX PADILLA (D) 880,939 62.50%
PETE PETERSON (R) 528,630 37.50%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
Controller
CONTROLLER
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
BETTY T. YEE (D) 852,777 60.96%
ASHLEY SWEARENGIN (R) 546,211 39.04%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
Treasurer
TREASURER
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JOHN CHIANG (D) 949,745 66.93%
GREG CONLON (R) 469,300 33.07%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
Attorney General
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
KAMALA D. HARRIS (D) 957,238 66.94%
RONALD GOLD (R) 472,744 33.06%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
Insurance Commissioner
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
DAVE JONES (D) 932,863 66.64%
TED GAINES (R) 466,963 33.36%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
Board of Equalization
MEMBER STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 1st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
GEORGE RUNNER (R) 94,055 51.53%
CHRIS PARKER (D) 88,455 48.47%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
MEMBER STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 3rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JEROME E. HORTON (D) 762,189 64.95%
G. RICK MARSHALL (R) 411,311 35.05%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
U.S. Representative
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 23rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
KEVIN MC CARTHY (R) 9,181 66.85%
RAUL GARCIA (D) 4,552 33.15%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 25th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
STEVE KNIGHT (R) 46,915 53.50%
TONY STRICKLAND (R) 40,774 46.50%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 26th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JEFF GORELL (R) 1,596 56.42%
JULIA BROWNLEY (D) 1,233 43.58%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 27th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JUDY CHU (D) 72,096 61.44%
JACK ORSWELL (R) 45,249 38.56%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 28th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ADAM B. SCHIFF (D) 91,996 76.50%
STEVE STOKES (N) 28,268 23.50%

Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 29th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
TONY CARDENAS (D) 50,096 74.61%
WILLIAM O' CALLAGHAN LEADER (R) 17,045 25.39%

Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 30th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
BRAD SHERMAN (D) 86,301 65.74%
MARK S. REED (R) 44,977 34.26%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 32nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
GRACE F. NAPOLITANO (D) 50,353 59.66%
ARTURO ENRIQUE ALAS (R) 34,053 40.34%

Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 33rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
TED LIEU (D) 108,331 59.19%
ELAN CARR (R) 74,700 40.81%

Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 34th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
XAVIER BECERRA (D) 44,697 72.54%
ADRIENNE NICOLE EDWARDS (D) 16,924 27.46%

Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 35th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NORMA J. TORRES (D) 9,156 68.01%
CHRISTINA GAGNIER (D) 4,307 31.99%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 37th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
KAREN BASS (D) 96,787 84.28%
R. ADAM KING (R) 18,051 15.72%

Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 38th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
LINDA T. SANCHEZ (D) 56,680 59.68%
BENJAMIN CAMPOS (R) 38,300 40.32%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 39th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ED ROYCE (R) 18,143 61.64%
PETER O. ANDERSON (D) 11,291 38.36%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 40th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
LUCILLE ROYBAL-ALLARD (D) 30,208 61.18%
DAVID SANCHEZ (D) 19,171 38.82%

Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 43rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
MAXINE WATERS (D) 69,681 70.96%
JOHN WOOD, JR. (R) 28,521 29.04%

Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 44th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JANICE HAHN (D) 59,670 86.65%
ADAM SHBEITA (P) 9,192 13.35%

Voter Nominated
UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, 47th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ALAN LOWENTHAL (D) 43,715 63.11%
ANDY WHALLON (R) 25,548 36.89%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
State Senator
STATE SENATOR, 18th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
BOB HERTZBERG (D) 79,495 70.17%
RICARDO ANTONIO BENITEZ (R) 33,794 29.83%

Voter Nominated
STATE SENATOR, 20th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
CONNIE M. LEYVA (D) 9,605 68.61%
MATTHEW MUNSON (R) 4,395 31.39%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
STATE SENATOR, 22nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ED HERNANDEZ (D) 63,570 64.84%
MARC RODRIGUEZ (R) 34,468 35.16%

Voter Nominated
STATE SENATOR, 24th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
KEVIN DE LEON (D) 57,412 65.79%
PETER CHOI (D) 29,848 34.21%

Voter Nominated
STATE SENATOR, 26th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
BEN ALLEN (D) 122,901 60.34%
SANDRA FLUKE (D) 80,781 39.66%

Voter Nominated
STATE SENATOR, 30th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
HOLLY J. MITCHELL (D) 78,115 68.79%
ISIDRO ARMENTA (D) 35,442 31.21%

Voter Nominated
STATE SENATOR, 32nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
TONY MENDOZA (D) 63,598 52.71%
MARIO A. GUERRA (R) 57,064 47.29%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
STATE SENATOR, 34th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JANET NGUYEN (R) 10,447 55.79%
JOSE SOLORIO (D) 8,279 44.21%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
Member of the Assembly
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 36th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
TOM LACKEY (R) 34,391 58.42%
STEVE FOX (D) 24,481 41.58%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 38th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
SCOTT WILK (R) 43,028 65.23%
JORGE SALOMON FUENTES (D) 22,940 34.77%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 39th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
PATTY LOPEZ (D) 22,750 50.52%
RAUL BOCANEGRA (D) 22,284 49.48%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 41st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
CHRIS HOLDEN (D) 53,407 63.48%
NATHANIEL TSAI (R) 30,726 36.52%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 43rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
MIKE GATTO (D) 51,971 66.49%
TODD ROYAL (R) 26,192 33.51%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 44th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ROB MCCOY (R) 1,501 53.49%
JACQUI IRWIN (D) 1,305 46.51%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 45th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
MATT DABABNEH (D) 45,087 57.23%
SUSAN SHELLEY (R) 33,696 42.77%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 46th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ADRIN NAZARIAN (D) 45,839 71.62%
ZACHARY TAYLOR (R) 18,164 28.38%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 48th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ROGER HERNANDEZ (D) 30,131 54.37%
JOE M. GARDNER (R) 25,284 45.63%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 49th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ED CHAU (D) 33,030 61.50%
ESTHELA TORRES SIEGRIST (R) 20,678 38.50%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 50th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
RICHARD BLOOM (D) 78,093 71.51%
BRADLY S. TORGAN (R) 31,113 28.49%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 51st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JIMMY GOMEZ (D) 42,261 83.62%
STEPHEN C. SMITH (R) 8,277 16.38%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 52nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
FREDDIE RODRIGUEZ (D) 9,578 68.45%
DOROTHY F. PINEDA (R) 4,414 31.55%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 53rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
MIGUEL SANTIAGO (D) 20,472 63.53%
SANDRA MENDOZA (D) 11,753 36.47%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 54th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
SEBASTIAN MARK RIDLEY THOMAS (D) 66,082 79.06%
GLEN RATCLIFF (R) 17,506 20.94%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 55th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
LING-LING CHANG (R) 12,628 55.35%
GREGG D. FRITCHLE (D) 10,186 44.65%

Los Angeles County Results Only | Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 57th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
IAN C. CALDERON (D) 32,284 51.51%
RITA TOPALIAN (R) 30,397 48.49%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 58th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
CRISTINA GARCIA (D) 43,182 100.00%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 59th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
REGGIE JONES-SAWYER (D) 28,493 100.00%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 62nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
AUTUMN BURKE (D) 54,304 75.88%
TED J. GROSE (R) 17,261 24.12%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 63rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ANTHONY RENDON (D) 28,544 69.07%
ADAM J. MILLER (R) 12,781 30.93%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 64th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
MIKE GIPSON (D) 30,041 63.57%
PROPHET LA'OMAR WALKER (D) 17,217 36.43%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 66th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
DAVID HADLEY (R) 54,401 50.33%
AL MURATSUCHI (D) 53,695 49.67%

Voter Nominated
MEMBER OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY, 70th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
PATRICK O'DONNELL (D) 48,978 63.83%
JOHN C. GOYA (R) 27,755 36.17%

Voter Nominated
Supreme Court Justices
For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - KATHRYN MICKLE WERDEGAR
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - GOODWIN LIU
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - MARIANO-FLORENTINO CUÉLLAR
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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Appellate Court Justices
For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Eight - MADELEINE I. FLIER
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Eight - LAURENCE D. RUBIN
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Four - AUDREY B. COLLINS
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Four - NORA M. MANELLA
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division One - JEFFREY W. JOHNSON
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Six - KENNETH R. YEGAN
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Two - BRIAN M. HOFFSTADT
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Five - YES
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division One - FRANCES ROTHSCHILD
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Seven - DENNIS M. PERLUSS
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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For Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Three - LEE ANNE EDMON
Candidate(s) Votes Percent

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Superintendent Public Inst
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
TOM TORLAKSON (N) 628,498 50.61%
MARSHALL TUCK (N) 613,313 49.39%

Los Angeles County Results Only
State Measures
STATE MEASURE 1
WATER BOND. FUNDING FOR WATER QUALITY, SUPPLY, TREATMENT, AND STORAGE PROJECTS. Authorizes $7.545 billion in general obligation bonds for state water supply infrastructure projects, including surface and groundwater storage, ecosystem and watershed protection and restoration, and drinking water protection. Fiscal Impact: Increased state bond costs averaging $360 million annually over 40 years. Local government savings for water-related projects, likely averaging a couple hundred million dollars annually over the next few decades.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 993,716 70.56%
NO 414,697 29.44%

Majority of votes cast | Los Angeles County Results Only
STATE MEASURE 2
STATE BUDGET. BUDGET STABILIZATION ACCOUNT. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Requires annual transfer of state general fund revenues to budget stabilization account. Requires half the revenues be used to repay state debts. Limits use of remaining funds to emergencies or budget deficits. Fiscal Impact: Long-term state savings from faster payment of existing debts. Different levels of state budget reserves, depending on economy and decisions by elected officials. Smaller local reserves for some school districts.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 963,176 69.80%
NO 416,639 30.20%

Majority of votes cast | Los Angeles County Results Only
STATE MEASURE 45
HEALTHCARE INSURANCE. RATE CHANGES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Requires Insurance Commissioner's approval before health insurer can change its rates or anything else affecting the charges associated with health insurance. Provides for public notice, disclosure, and hearing, and subsequent judicial review. Exempts employer large group health plans. Fiscal Impact: Increased state administrative costs to regulate health insurance, likely not exceeding the low millions of dollars annually in most years, funded from fees paid by health insurance companies.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 780,058 55.67%
YES 621,279 44.33%

Majority of votes cast | Los Angeles County Results Only
STATE MEASURE 46
DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING OF DOCTORS. MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE LAWSUITS. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Requires drug testing of doctors. Requires review of statewide prescription database before prescribing controlled substances. Increases $250,000 pain/suffering cap in medical negligence lawsuits for inflation. Fiscal Impact: State and local government costs from raising the cap on medical malpractice damages ranging from tens of millions to several hundred million dollars annually, offset to some extent by savings from requirements on health care providers.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 890,007 62.94%
YES 523,952 37.06%

Majority of votes cast | Los Angeles County Results Only
STATE MEASURE 47
CRIMINAL SENTENCES. MISDEMEANOR PENALTIES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Requires misdemeanor sentence instead of felony for certain drug and property offenses. Inapplicable to persons with prior conviction for serious or violent crime and registered sex offenders. Fiscal Impact: State and county criminal justice savings potentially in the high hundreds of millions of dollars annually. State savings spent on school truancy and dropout prevention, mental health and substance abuse treatment, and victim services.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 901,969 64.29%
NO 500,986 35.71%

Majority of votes cast | Los Angeles County Results Only
STATE MEASURE 48
INDIAN GAMING COMPACTS. REFERENDUM. A "Yes" vote approves, and a "No" vote rejects, tribal gaming compacts between the state and the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians and the Wiyot Tribe. Fiscal Impact: One-time payments ($16 million to $35 million) and for 20 years annual payments ($10 million) from Indian tribes to state and local governments to address costs related to the operation of a new casino.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 819,029 59.51%
YES 557,193 40.49%

Majority of votes cast | Los Angeles County Results Only
County Measures
COUNTY MEASURE - P
SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS, GANG PREVENTION, YOUTH/SENIOR RECREATION, BEACHES/WILDLIFE PROTECTION MEASURE. To ensure continued funding from an expiring voter-approved measure for improving the safety of neighborhood parks and senior/youth recreation areas; assisting in gang prevention; protecting rivers, beaches, water sources; repairing, acquiring/preserving parks/natural areas; maintaining zoos, museums; providing youth job-training, shall Los Angeles County levy an annual $23/parcel special tax, requiring annual independent financial audits and all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 862,224 62.89%
NO 508,672 37.11%

2/3 of votes cast
Assessor
ASSESSOR
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JEFFREY PRANG (N) 580,494 50.79%
JOHN MORRIS (N) 562,424 49.21%

Sheriff
SHERIFF
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JIM MCDONNELL (N) 920,655 74.83%
PAUL TANAKA (N) 309,641 25.17%

Board of Supervisors
SUPERVISOR 3rd DISTRICT
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
SHEILA KUEHL (N) 152,059 52.89%
BOBBY SHRIVER (N) 135,427 47.11%

Judge Superior Court
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT Office No. 61
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JACQUELINE H. LEWIS (N) 616,645 55.55%
DAYAN MATHAI (N) 493,413 44.45%

JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT Office No. 87
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
TOM GRIEGO (N) 614,648 57.92%
ANDREW M. STEIN (N) 446,579 42.08%

Cities
ALHAMBRA CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council, First District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
STEPHEN K. SHAM (N) 5,255 51.82%
ERIC SUNADA (N) 4,886 48.18%

ARTESIA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE Y
Shall the Artesia Public Safety, Parks, and General City Services Ordinance be adopted to enact a general purpose utility user tax at a rate of 4.9% for charges made for certain utility services, to provide funding for general fund purposes, including, without limitation, 9-1-1 response, crime/gang prevention, and neighborhood police patrols; community center improvements for teen, after-school recreation and senior programs; neighborhood streets, alleys, potholes sidewalks and roads; and other general City services?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 1,278 61.77%
YES 791 38.23%

Majority of votes cast
CLAREMONT CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE W
MEASURE W: Shall the City of Claremont be authorized to issue water revenue bonds up to $135 million to pay for acquisition of the Claremont Water System and incidental expenses payable only from the water system's revenues?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 7,596 71.98%
NO 2,957 28.02%

Majority of votes cast
DOWNEY CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council, 2nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
SEAN ASHTON (N) 1,462 39.88%
ROBERT KIEFER (N) 1,299 35.43%
SHAHIRA A-MALEK (N) 905 24.69%

DOWNEY CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council, 4th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
FERNANDO VASQUEZ (N) 3,394 100.00%

INGLEWOOD CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Mayor
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JAMES T. BUTTS, JR. (N) 13,193 83.34%
MIKE STEVENS (N) 1,489 9.41%
GILBERT A. MATHIEU (N) 733 4.63%
SANDIE CRISP (N) 416 2.63%

MALIBU CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE R
Shall an ordinance be adopted that (1) requires voter-approved specific plans for commercial and commercial-residential projects over 20,000 square feet; and (2) allows formula retail businesses in tenant spaces between 1400sf and 5000sf in existing civic center shopping centers but imposes stricter requirements (including 2500sf limit per business and limit of 30% of shopping center's tenants) on some such businesses in any new shopping center or existing ones outside the civic center?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 2,698 59.58%
NO 1,830 40.42%

Majority of votes cast
NORWALK CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE B
Without raising current tax rates, shall an ordinance be adopted modernizing the City's utility users tax ordinance to require equal treatment of taxpayers by ensuring the tax applies regardless of technology used; exempting seniors, low-income disabled/blind residents; funding current gang prevention, youth, after-school, senior and disabled programs; neighborhood patrols/school crossing guards, pothole repairs, and other general services; subject to financial audits, local control of funds/no rate increase without voter approval?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 7,545 70.19%
NO 3,204 29.81%

Majority of votes cast
POMONA CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council, 2nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ADRIANA M. ROBLEDO (N) 819 56.84%
TOMÁS URSÚA (N) 622 43.16%

POMONA CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council, 3rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
CRISTINA CARRIZOSA (N) 698 48.01%
NANCY MATARRITA (N) 496 34.11%
DIANE L. LAWSON (N) 260 17.88%

POMONA CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council, 5th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
GINNA E. ESCOBAR (N) 895 28.92%
GABRIEL ROGERS (N) 832 26.88%
ALICIA MALONE (N) 739 23.88%
LUIS JORGE GRAJEDA (N) 506 16.35%
JOSHUA HEREDIA (N) 123 3.97%

POMONA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE PPL
MEASURE PPL SPECIAL LIBRARY TAX: To provide revenue dedicated solely for the Pomona Public Library, shall $42.00 per parcel be assessed commencing 7/1/2015? Restores Library hours to 38 hours/week minimum and provides for professional staff. Assessment expires in 10 years. Revenue raised is additional to monies from City's General Fund. Ensures City's annual contribution to Library remains no less than current general fund allocations. Revenue use is subject to annual audit and citizen oversight.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 6,936 50.39%
YES 6,829 49.61%

2/3 of votes cast
REDONDO BEACH CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE BE
REDONDO BEACH CHARTER AMENDMENT. Shall Section 16.7 of Article XVI of the Redondo Beach Charter be amended to permit a person to serve up to three full terms as a member of the Board of Education by extending term limits from two to three terms?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 9,927 64.26%
YES 5,521 35.74%

Majority of votes cast
REDONDO BEACH CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE CM
REDONDO BEACH CHARTER AMENDMENT. Shall Section 26 of Article XXVI of the Redondo Beach Charter be amended to permit a person to serve up to three full terms as a Councilman, from any combination of districts, and up to three full terms as Mayor by extending term limits from two to three terms?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 10,488 66.67%
YES 5,244 33.33%

Majority of votes cast
REDONDO BEACH CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE CT
REDONDO BEACH CHARTER AMENDMENT. Shall Section 11.1 of Article XI of the Redondo Beach Charter be amended by deleting the requirements that the City Treasurer shall devote his full time to the duties of the office and shall not engage in private business practice during City business hours; and adding new language to have the authority to audit all moneys collected by the City from any source in order to prepare monthly reports mandated by the Charter?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 9,970 63.24%
NO 5,796 36.76%

Majority of votes cast
SANTA CLARITA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE S
Shall Ordinance No. 14-02 adopting a Development Agreement with Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO) for the removal of 62 advertising structures, within the City, by METRO or any other means, and construction and operation of three digital billboards, adjacent to the Interstate 5 and State Route 14 freeways, and the dedication to the City of revenue received from digital billboards, which creates an ongoing revenue stream, be adopted?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 21,488 55.59%
YES 17,166 44.41%

Majority of votes cast
SANTA MONICA CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
KEVIN MCKEOWN (N) 10,138 17.08%
SUE HIMMELRICH (N) 9,262 15.60%
PAM O'CONNOR (N) 6,696 11.28%
PHIL BROCK (N) 5,854 9.86%
FRANK GRUBER (N) 5,222 8.80%
JENNIFER KENNEDY (N) 5,037 8.48%
RICHARD MCKINNON (N) 4,890 8.24%
MICHAEL FEINSTEIN (N) 3,729 6.28%
TERENCE LATER (N) 1,874 3.16%
JERRY RUBIN (N) 1,635 2.75%
JON MANN (N) 1,594 2.68%
NICK BOLES (N) 1,328 2.24%
WHITNEY SCOTT BAIN (N) 1,317 2.22%
ZOË MUNTANER (N) 791 1.33%

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SANTA MONICA CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the Rent Control Board
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NICOLE PHILLIS (N) 7,790 37.07%
STEVE DURON (N) 6,746 32.10%
TODD FLORA (N) 6,480 30.83%

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SANTA MONICA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE D
MEASURE D: Shall the Santa Monica City Charter be amended to require the City to continue to operate the Santa Monica Airport in a manner that supports its aviation uses unless the voters approve the Airport's closure or change in use, and until that voter approval occurs, the City shall be prohibited from imposing additional restrictions on aviation support services to tenants and airport users that inhibit fuel sales or the full use of aviation facilities?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 14,688 58.81%
YES 10,288 41.19%

Majority of votes cast
SANTA MONICA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE FS
MEASURE FS: Shall the City Charter be amended to establish a maximum annual registration fee of up to $288 per controlled rental unit and to limit the amount that landlords may pass through to tenants to 50% of the registration fee.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 12,061 51.57%
NO 11,325 48.43%

Majority of votes cast
SANTA MONICA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE H
MEASURE H: Shall an ordinance be adopted that amends the real estate transfer tax so that for commercial and non-commercial real estate sold for one million dollars or more, the tax rate would be $9 for each thousand dollars of sales price?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 14,020 57.50%
YES 10,364 42.50%

Majority of votes cast
SANTA MONICA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE HH
MEASURE HH: ADVISORY VOTE ONLY: If the proposed transfer tax on commercial and non-commercial real estate sales is approved by voters, should the revenue be used to preserve, repair, renovate and construct affordable housing for low-income people who work or live in Santa Monica, including seniors, veterans, working families and persons with disabilities?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 12,179 50.53%
NO 11,923 49.47%

Advisory vote only
SANTA MONICA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE LC
MEASURE LC: Shall the City Charter be amended to: (1) prohibit new development on Airport land, except for parks, public open spaces and public recreational facilities, until the voters approve limits on the uses and development that may occur on the land; and (2) affirm the City Council's authority to manage the Airport and to close all or part of it?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 15,434 60.45%
NO 10,096 39.55%

Majority of votes cast
Schools
ABC UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE AA
To renovate and equip classrooms and school facilities District-wide; increase student access to modern technology; expand career technical education facilities including science, technology, engineering and math; and replace roofs and outdated heating and air conditioning systems; shall ABC Unified School District be authorized to issue $195,200,000 of bonds, with interest rates within legal limits, independent citizen oversight, no money for administrator salaries, and all funds controlled locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 9,679 56.05%
YES 7,591 43.95%

55% of votes cast
AZUSA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE K
To improve the quality of local school facilities; make health and safety improvements; replace leaky roofs; upgrade electrical systems; improve student access to computers and modern technology; replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; and modernize and renovate classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; shall the Azusa Unified School District issue $92,000,000 of bonds, at legal rates, with an independent citizens' oversight committee, NO money used for administrative salaries and all funds controlled locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 3,983 56.24%
NO 3,099 43.76%

55% of votes cast
BASSETT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE V
Bassett Schools Safety, College/Career Readiness Measure. To improve school facilities with funding that cannot be taken by the State, replace leaky roofs, improve student access to computer/modern technology, replace/upgrade outdated heating, air-conditioning, electrical systems, modernize outdated classrooms and restrooms, acquire, construct, repair classrooms, facilities, sites and equipment, shall Bassett Unified School District issue $30 million of bonds at legal rates, appoint an independent citizens' oversight committee and no money for teacher or administrator salaries?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 1,616 62.42%
NO 973 37.58%

55% of votes cast
CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 3
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JOHN PAUL DRAYER (N) 3,678 61.40%
DAWN DUNTON (N) 2,312 38.60%

CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 5
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
SHIN LIU (N) 5,650 56.03%
ARMIN REYES (N) 4,433 43.97%

CERRITOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 7
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ZURICH LEWIS (N) 5,269 61.82%
ALAN BURTON (N) 3,254 38.18%

COMPTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE C
COMPTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CLASSROOM REPAIR, JOB TRAINING/CAMPUS SAFETY MEASURE. To update aging classrooms/buildings, prepare students/returning veterans for good-paying jobs/university transfer, repair deteriorating gas/sewer lines, electrical wiring/leaky roofs, improve classroom technology, handicapped accessibility, science labs, nursing, paralegal, automotive/other career education programs, upgrade campus safety/security, repair, construct/acquire facilities, sites/equipment, shall Compton Community College District issue $100 million in bonds at legal rates, with independent financial audits, and all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 20,209 78.39%
NO 5,570 21.61%

55% of votes cast
DOWNEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE O
DOWNEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASSROOM REPAIR/SCHOOL SAFETY, AND COLLEGE/CAREER READINESS MEASURE. To upgrade classrooms, improve education for each student by upgrading science labs for 21st Century technology and career/vocational training, improve school security/fire safety, repair old restrooms and plumbing, improve disabled access, electrical systems/wiring, and repair, construct, and acquire educational facilities, sites, and equipment, shall Downey Unified School District issue $248,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, requiring independent audits, citizens' oversight, not for administrators' salaries/pensions, and all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 10,093 61.87%
NO 6,221 38.13%

55% of votes cast
EL MONTE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE M
El Monte Elementary School Repair and Upgrade Measure. To upgrade schools and improve the quality of education and ensure safe school campuses, upgrade classroom technology to meet current teaching standards, shall El Monte City School District repair, acquire, construct, equip classrooms, sites and facilities, complete safety and energy-efficiency upgrades, replace aging roofs, heating, electrical, cooling systems, upgrade technology/add new computer labs, by issuing $78,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with independent oversight, no money for administrators' salaries, and all funds benefiting local elementary schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 4,614 67.09%
NO 2,263 32.91%

55% of votes cast
FULLERTON JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ROBERT N. "BOB" HATHAWAY (N) 1,794 21.29%
ROBERT A. "BOB" SINGER (N) 1,600 18.98%
MARILYN BUCHI (N) 1,536 18.22%
JOANNE FAWLEY (N) 1,255 14.89%
MJ NOOR (N) 960 11.39%
ZINA B. GLEASON (N) 792 9.40%
HO JEONG LIM (N) 491 5.83%

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FULLERTON JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE I
Fullerton Joint Union High School District Improve Our Excellent Local High Schools Measure. To improve Buena Park, Fullerton Union, La Habra, Sonora, Sunny Hills, and Troy High Schools, and prepare students for college and careers shall the Fullerton Joint Union High School District upgrade classrooms, science labs, sites, facilities; repair roofs, floors, plumbing, heating, ventilation and electrical systems; improve student safety and security; upgrade career training facilities and technology infrastructure by issuing $175 million in bonds at legal rates, with mandatory audits, independent oversight, and all funds staying local?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 2,158 55.26%
NO 1,747 44.74%

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HERMOSA BEACH CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE Q
To reduce student overcrowding by reopening a school and to make safety, security, and health improvements; modernize, repair, construct, equip and upgrade classrooms and other school facilities; replace aging roofs; provide technology improvements for students; and upgrade/replace outdated electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems, shall Hermosa Beach City School District issue $54,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, with an independent citizens' oversight committee, no money for administrative salaries and no funds taken by the state?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 3,283 54.47%
NO 2,744 45.53%

55% of votes cast
LOS NIETOS SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE E
To improve Ada S. Nelson, Aeolian, and Rancho Santa Gertrudes elementary schools by repairing/updating aging classrooms; keeping schools safe and clean; providing up-to-date learning technology for 21st century education; repairing leaky roofs/windows; removing asbestos, lead, other hazardous materials; and renovating, constructing, and equipping classrooms/facilities/sites; shall Los Nietos School District issue $15,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring strict accountability, Independent Citizens' Oversight, annual audits, with no fund for administrator salaries or pensions?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 1,300 77.11%
NO 386 22.89%

55% of votes cast
LOS NIETOS SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE N
To repair and improve Los Nietos Middle School by updating aging middle school classrooms/labs with 21st century learning technology; providing educational resources to prepare students to successfully transition to high school and college; improving facilities for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math programs; renovating, constructing, and equipping classrooms/facilities/sites; shall Los Nietos School District issue $13,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring strict accountability, Independent Citizens' Oversight, annual audits, with no funds for administrator salaries or pensions?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 1,285 77.04%
NO 383 22.96%

55% of votes cast
NORTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE J
FULLERTON/CYPRESS COLLEGES REPAIR AND STUDENT/VETERAN JOB TRAINING MEASURE. To upgrade nursing, science, technology, engineering, math/technical job training facilities, repair decaying walls/leaky roofs, update outdated computer technology, fire safety/electrical systems, ensure disabled accessibility, repair, construct, acquire facilities, sites/equipment so local students/returning veterans are prepared for universities/jobs, shall North Orange County Community College District issue $574,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with audits, oversight and NO money for administrators' salaries, pensions or Sacramento?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 2,029 51.41%
NO 1,918 48.59%

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NORWALK-LA MIRADA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE G
NORWALK-LA MIRADA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASSROOM REPAIR/SCHOOL SAFETY MEASURE. To repair classrooms, leaky roofs, upgrade school security, fencing, fire safety, update science, math, computer lab technology, upgrade physical education/athletic facilities, remove asbestos, and repair, construct/acquire educational facilities, sites/equipment to improve education at every school in Norwalk and La Mirada, shall Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District issue $375,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, requiring independent audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries or pensions, and all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 8,940 57.39%
NO 6,638 42.61%

55% of votes cast
ROSEMEAD SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE RS
Rosemead Neighborhood School Safety and Repair Measure-To improve schools by repairing deteriorating classrooms, bathrooms and plumbing; leaky roofs/windows; removing asbestos/lead paint; upgrading school security/fire safety; upgrading classroom technology/science labs; and repairing, constructing, and acquiring educational facilities, sites, and equipment; shall Rosemead School District issue 30 million dollars in bonds, at legal rates, requiring annual independent financial audits and independent citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries and pensions, and all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 1,635 71.62%
NO 648 28.38%

55% of votes cast
SANTA MONICA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT Member of the Board of Trustees
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NANCY GREENSTEIN (N) 14,604 20.46%
LOUISE JAFFE (N) 14,447 20.24%
BARRY A. SNELL (N) 11,804 16.53%
ANDREW WALZER (N) 11,114 15.57%
DENNIS C. W. FRISCH (N) 10,177 14.26%
MARIA LOYA (N) 9,242 12.95%

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SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Member of the Board of Education
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
LAURIE LIEBERMAN (N) 15,247 20.75%
RICHARD TAHVILDARAN-JESSWEIN (N) 12,277 16.71%
CRAIG FOSTER (N) 12,126 16.50%
OSCAR DE LA TORRE (N) 11,990 16.32%
RALPH MECHUR (N) 11,522 15.68%
DHUN MAY (N) 5,169 7.03%
PATTY FINER (N) 5,148 7.01%

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SAUGUS UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT - SCHOOL FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT - MEASURE EE
To improve local neighborhood elementary schools, by upgrading instructional technology, science labs, libraries to modern academic standards; upgrading classrooms, school safety and security, repairing/replacing deteriorated roofs, lighting, and electrical systems where needed, and reducing water/energy use to save money, shall Saugus Union School District issue $148,000,000 in bonds for School Facilities Improvement District No. 2014-1, at legal interest rates, with mandatory audits, independent citizen oversight, no money for administrators, and all funds staying in our community benefiting local children grades K-6?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 11,878 58.37%
NO 8,473 41.63%

55% of votes cast
SNOWLINE JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE L
Snowline Joint Unified School District Education Facilities Repair, Upgrade and Safety Measure. To upgrade outdated classrooms, science labs, career/vocational education facilities; improve school security/drinking water/fire safety systems; repair electrical wiring, leaky roofs, plumbing and bathrooms; replace old portables; repair, construct, acquire educational facilities, sites/equipment, shall Snowline Joint Unified School District issue $60,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring independent audits, Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee, no money for administrators' salaries, and requiring all funds be used locally for Snowline schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 32 64.00%
YES 18 36.00%

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TORRANCE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE T
To upgrade classrooms and science labs, improve technology, make student safety and security improvements, provide emergency safety and disaster equipment, repair roofs and plumbing, install low-water-usage irrigation systems, renovate or build facilities as needed, including high school auditoriums and auxiliary gyms, shall Torrance Unified School District issue $144.3 million in bonds under a no-tax-rate-increase financing plan, at legal interest rates, with citizen oversight and independent audits?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 21,424 66.71%
NO 10,689 33.29%

55% of votes cast
TORRANCE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE U
To repair playgrounds and playfields to meet current health and safety standards, improve physical education facilities and restrooms, construct an aquatic facility to serve students and the community, and renovate and replace playgrounds and fields, shall Torrance Unified School District issue $50 million of bonds, at legal interest rates, with independent citizen oversight and no money for administrator salaries?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 19,877 62.09%
NO 12,138 37.91%

55% of votes cast
VICTOR VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ADELE L. TURNER-MCCLAIN (N) 15 22.06%
BRANDON WOOD (N) 14 20.59%
DENNIS HENDERSON (N) 13 19.12%
LORRIE A. DENSON (N) 13 19.12%
MARIANNE TORTORICI (N) 13 19.12%

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Health Care
ANTELOPE VALLEY HEALTH CARE DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
MUKUND SHAH (N) 34,133 42.84%
DON V. PARAZO (N) 24,292 30.49%
MICHAEL PATRIC RIVES (N) 14,786 18.56%
ROE LEER (N) 6,468 8.12%

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BEACH CITIES HEALTH DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
MICHELLE ANNE BHOLAT (N) 13,184 34.22%
NOEL LEE CHUN (N) 12,711 32.99%
JOANNE Z. EDGERTON (N) 12,633 32.79%

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Library Districts
ALTADENA LIBRARY DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION - MEASURE A
Shall the Altadena Library District be authorized to continue to levy a special per parcel tax annually for ten years to replace library funding lost due to the elimination of State funding?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 10,113 85.52%
NO 1,712 14.48%

2/3 of votes cast
Water Districts
ANTELOPE VALLEY-EAST KERN WATER AGENCY Member, Board of Directors, Division 1
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
SHELLEY SORSABAL (N) 2,518 54.75%
CHARLIE O'LOUGHLIN (N) 2,081 45.25%

CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY Member, Board of Directors, At Large
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
TOM CAMPBELL (N) 28,288 45.47%
GARY MARTIN (N) 23,285 37.43%
STACY L. FORTNER (N) 10,644 17.11%

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CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY Member, Board of Directors, Division 1
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ED COLLEY (N) 6,234 56.44%
STEVEN A. BROOKS (N) 4,812 43.56%

CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY Member, Board of Directors, Division 2
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ROBERT J. DIPRIMIO (N) 8,907 71.04%
STEPHEN P. DANIELS (N) 3,631 28.96%

CENTRAL BASIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors, Division 2
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ROBERT O. APODACA (N) 12,581 32.06%
TOM MALKASIAN (N) 9,300 23.70%
JAMES EDWARD BECERRA (N) 7,134 18.18%
NOEL A. JAIMES (N) 5,468 13.93%
L. HILARY BARBA (N) 4,765 12.14%

CENTRAL BASIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors, Division 3
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
ARTURO CHACON (N) 4,931 26.13%
ELBA ROMO (N) 4,548 24.10%
C. J. SALGADO (N) 4,288 22.73%
JASON GARDEA-STINNETT (N) 2,310 12.24%
MARIO GOMEZ (N) 2,135 11.32%
ANTHONY FELIX, JR. (N) 656 3.48%

LAS VIRGENES MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors, Division 2
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
GLEN DENIS PETERSON (N) 1,457 59.40%
HUGH WAHLER (N) 996 40.60%

LAS VIRGENES MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors, Division 3
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
LEE RENGER (N) 2,012 59.23%
MICHAEL B. WILK (N) 1,385 40.77%

LAS VIRGENES MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors, Division 5
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JAY MARK LEWITT (N) 2,172 56.52%
BARRY STEINHARDT (N) 1,671 43.48%

UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors, Division 5
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
BRYAN URIAS (N) 8,727 67.12%
M. LOZANO (N) 4,275 32.88%

WATER REPLENISHMENT DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Member, Board of Directors, Division 1
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
WILLARD H. MURRAY JR. (N) 39,109 58.26%
DANIELA CALDERON (N) 12,303 18.33%
JAMES T. LAW (N) 6,680 9.95%
JOHNNIE ROBERTS, JR. (N) 5,889 8.77%
MERVIN EVANS (N) 3,145 4.69%

WATER REPLENISHMENT DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Member, Board of Directors, Division 3
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JOHN ALLEN (N) 31,229 32.13%
GERRIE SCHIPSKE (N) 20,968 21.58%
LYNN V. DYMALLY (N) 17,377 17.88%
TONIA REYES URANGA (N) 12,459 12.82%
MASON BUCHANAN INOCENTES (N) 8,106 8.34%
LARRY S. ANDRE (N) 7,046 7.25%

WATER REPLENISHMENT DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Member, Board of Directors, Division 4
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
SERGIO J. CALDERON (N) 31,917 61.84%
GERARDO RODRIGUEZ (N) 19,696 38.16%

WEST BASIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors, Division 1
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
HAROLD WILLIAMS (N) 12,601 39.51%
ANTHONY M. MISETICH (N) 8,906 27.92%
MICHAEL MITOMA (N) 4,229 13.26%
MONICA DIANA COOPER (N) 3,206 10.05%
CARL E. SOUTHWELL (N) 2,955 9.26%

WEST BASIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors, Division 2
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
GLORIA GRAY (N) 17,692 77.10%
ANALILIA JOYA (N) 2,394 10.43%
DARIUS A. LEEVY (N) 1,949 8.49%
MICHAEL A. AMOS (N) 912 3.97%

WEST BASIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Member, Board of Directors, Division 4
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
SCOTT HOUSTON (N) 14,571 45.40%
JEFF EBENSTEIN (N) 10,480 32.65%
STEPHEN MURRAY (N) 7,045 21.95%


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