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Los Angeles County Election Results
General Election
November 08, 2016
Election Statistics
Statistic Count
Total Registrations 5,103,353
Total Precincts 4,988
Precinct Statistics
Statistic Count Percent
Precincts Reporting 4,988 100.00%
Precincts Remaining 0 .00%
Ballot Distribution
Statistic Count Percent
Vote by Mail Ballots 1,283,648 36.22%
Poll Ballots 2,260,467 63.78%

Results as of 12/2/2016 1:07:17 PM. 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 465 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.

President
President and Vice President
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Hillary Clinton (D) 2,464,364 72.03%
Donald J. Trump (R,A) 769,743 22.50%
Gary Johnson (L) 88,968 2.60%
Jill Stein (G) 76,465 2.23%
Gloria Estela La Riva (P) 21,993 .64%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
United States Senator
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Kamala D. Harris (D) 1,895,675 60.88%
Loretta L. Sanchez (D) 1,218,236 39.12%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
U.S. Representative
United States Representative, 23rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Kevin McCarthy (R) 15,729 56.97%
Wendy Reed (D) 11,881 43.03%

41 of 41 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 25th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Steve Knight (R) 108,545 52.06%
Bryan Caforio (D) 99,962 47.94%

392 of 392 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 26th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Julia Brownley (D) 2,395 53.57%
Rafael A. Dagnesses (R) 2,076 46.43%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 27th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Judy Chu (D) 161,690 69.27%
Jack Orswell (R) 71,728 30.73%

369 of 369 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 28th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Adam B. Schiff (D) 210,883 77.99%
Lenore Solis (R) 59,526 22.01%

379 of 379 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 29th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Tony Cardenas (D) 128,407 74.73%
Richard Alarcon (D) 43,417 25.27%

267 of 267 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 30th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Brad Sherman (D) 204,674 72.71%
Mark Reed (R) 76,836 27.29%

354 of 354 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 32nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Grace F. Napolitano (D) 114,926 61.57%
Roger Hernández (D) 71,720 38.43%

371 of 371 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 33rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ted W. Lieu (D) 219,397 66.44%
Kenneth W. Wright (R) 110,822 33.56%

450 of 450 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 34th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Xavier Becerra (D) 122,842 77.18%
Adrienne Nicole Edwards (D) 36,314 22.82%

240 of 240 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 35th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Norma J. Torres (D) 27,821 77.99%
Tyler Fischella (R) 7,852 22.01%

61 of 61 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 37th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Karen Bass (D) 192,490 81.13%
Chris Blake Wiggins (D) 44,782 18.87%

361 of 361 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 38th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Linda T. Sánchez (D) 160,310 70.91%
Ryan Downing (R) 65,751 29.09%

383 of 383 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 39th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ed Royce (R) 32,502 51.82%
Brett Murdock (D) 30,222 48.18%

108 of 108 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 40th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Lucille Roybal-Allard (D) 106,554 71.37%
Roman Gabriel Gonzalez (N) 42,743 28.63%

252 of 252 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 43rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Maxine Waters (D) 167,017 76.08%
Omar Navarro (R) 52,499 23.92%

353 of 353 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 44th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Nanette Diaz Barragán (D) 93,124 52.20%
Isadore Hall, III (D) 85,289 47.80%

358 of 358 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
United States Representative, 47th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Alan Lowenthal (D) 102,693 69.95%
Andy Whallon (R) 44,120 30.05%

242 of 242 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
State Senator
State Senator, 21st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Scott Wilk (R) 105,821 51.43%
Johnathon Levar Ervin (D) 99,954 48.57%

392 of 392 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
State Senator, 23rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Mike Morrell (R) 8 57.14%
Ronald J. O'Donnell (D) 6 42.86%

1 of 1 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
State Senator, 25th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Anthony J. Portantino (D) 204,017 58.98%
Michael D. Antonovich (R) 141,869 41.02%

512 of 512 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
State Senator, 27th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Henry Stern (D) 150,115 62.44%
Steve Fazio (R) 90,306 37.56%

332 of 332 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
State Senator, 29th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Josh Newman (D) 26,364 51.62%
Ling Ling Chang (R) 24,709 48.38%

96 of 96 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
State Senator, 33rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ricardo Lara (D) 177,971 78.65%
Honor Mimi Robson (L) 48,316 21.35%

416 of 416 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
State Senator, 35th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Steven Bradford (D) 135,353 53.54%
Warren T. Furutani (D) 117,455 46.46%

482 of 482 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the Assembly
Member of the State Assembly, 36th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Tom Lackey (R) 64,793 50.89%
Steve Fox (D) 62,534 49.11%

252 of 252 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 38th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Dante Acosta (R) 71,771 51.71%
Christy Smith (D) 67,031 48.29%

229 of 229 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 39th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Raul Bocanegra (D) 74,834 60.12%
Patty Lopez (D) 49,649 39.88%

214 of 214 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 41st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Chris Holden (D) 102,834 64.73%
Casey C. Higgins (R) 56,030 35.27%

228 of 228 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 43rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Laura Friedman (D) 106,186 64.45%
Ardy Kassakhian (D) 58,561 35.55%

244 of 244 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 44th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jacqui Irwin (D) 2,225 50.19%
Kerry J. Nelson (R) 2,208 49.81%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 45th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Matt Dababneh (D) 110,608 66.50%
Jerry Kowal (R) 55,714 33.50%

219 of 219 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 46th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Adrin Nazarian (D) 77,587 56.12%
Angela Rupert (D) 60,658 43.88%

196 of 196 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 48th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Blanca E. Rubio (D) 87,321 64.09%
Cory Ellenson (R) 48,922 35.91%

237 of 237 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 49th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ed Chau (D) 82,964 70.01%
Peter Amundson (R) 35,533 29.99%

214 of 214 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 50th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Richard Bloom (D) 158,967 74.64%
Matthew Gene Craffey (R) 54,016 25.36%

302 of 302 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 51st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jimmy Gomez (D) 110,036 86.13%
Mike Everling (L) 17,724 13.87%

187 of 187 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 52nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Freddie Rodriguez (D) 21,774 65.15%
Paul Vincent Avila (D) 11,649 34.85%

63 of 63 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 53rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Miguel Santiago (D) 50,958 58.21%
Sandra Mendoza (D) 36,583 41.79%

142 of 142 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 54th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Sebastian Ridley-Thomas (D) 146,723 81.58%
Glen Ratcliff (R) 33,119 18.42%

251 of 251 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 55th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Gregg D. Fritchle (D) 25,350 50.35%
Phillip Chen (R) 24,997 49.65%

93 of 93 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 57th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ian C. Calderon (D) 93,339 62.68%
Rita Topalian (R) 55,577 37.32%

266 of 266 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 58th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Cristina Garcia (D) 105,170 75.33%
Ramiro Alvarado (R) 34,449 24.67%

238 of 238 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 59th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Reginald Byron Jones-Sawyer (D) 77,324 100.00%

173 of 173 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 62nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Autumn Burke (D) 123,699 77.17%
Marco Antonio "Tony" Leal (R) 27,628 17.24%
Baron Bruno (L) 8,958 5.59%

266 of 266 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 63rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Anthony Rendon (D) 89,134 77.63%
Adam Joshua Miller (R) 25,680 22.37%

205 of 205 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 64th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Mike A. Gipson (D) 86,419 73.41%
Theresa Sanford (R) 31,300 26.59%

244 of 244 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 66th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Al Muratsuchi (D) 105,336 54.12%
David Hadley (R) 89,308 45.88%

248 of 248 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
Member of the State Assembly, 70th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Patrick O'Donnell (D) 107,389 66.62%
Martha E. Flores-Gibson (R) 53,805 33.38%

270 of 270 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated | Final
State Measures
State Measure 51
SCHOOL BONDS. FUNDING FOR K-12 SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACILITIES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Authorizes $9 billion in general obligation bonds for new construction and modernization of K-12 public school facilities; charter schools and vocational education facilities; and California Community Colleges facilities. Fiscal Impact: State costs of about $17.6 billion to pay off both the principal ($9 billion) and interest ($8.6 billion) on the bonds. Payments of about $500 million per year for 35 years.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,899,151 58.66%
No 1,338,265 41.34%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 52
MEDI-CAL HOSPITAL FEE PROGRAM. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE. Extends indefinitely an existing statute that imposes fees on hospitals to fund Medi-Cal health care services, care for uninsured patients, and children's health coverage. Fiscal Impact: Uncertain fiscal effect, ranging from relatively little impact to annual state General Fund savings of around $1 billion and increased funding for public hospitals in the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,371,216 74.16%
No 826,314 25.84%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 53
REVENUE BONDS. STATEWIDE VOTER APPROVAL. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Requires statewide voter approval before any revenue bonds can be issued or sold by the state for certain projects if the bond amount exceeds $2 billion. Fiscal Impact: State and local fiscal effects are unknown and would depend on which projects are affected by the measure and what actions government agencies and voters take in response to the measure's voting requirement.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,421,892 45.87%
No 1,678,235 54.13%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 54
LEGISLATURE. LEGISLATION AND PROCEEDINGS. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE. Prohibits Legislature from passing any bill unless published on Internet for 72 hours before vote. Requires Legislature to record its proceedings and post on Internet. Authorizes use of recordings. Fiscal Impact: One-time costs of $1 million to $2 million and ongoing costs of about $1 million annually to record legislative meetings and make videos of those meetings available on the Internet.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,019,011 65.40%
No 1,068,036 34.60%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 55
TAX EXTENSION TO FUND EDUCATION AND HEALTHCARE. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Extends by twelve years the temporary personal income tax increases enacted in 2012 on earnings over $250,000, with revenues allocated to K-12 schools, California Community Colleges, and, in certain years, healthcare. Fiscal Impact: Increased state revenues-$4 billion to $9 billion annually from 2019-2030-depending on economy and stock market. Increased funding for schools, community colleges, health care for low-income people, budget reserves, and debt payments.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,178,331 67.48%
No 1,049,940 32.52%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 56
CIGARETTE TAX TO FUND HEALTHCARE, TOBACCO USE PREVENTION, RESEARCH, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE. Increases cigarette tax by $2.00 per pack, with equivalent increase on other tobacco products and electronic cigarettes containing nicotine. Fiscal Impact: Additional net state revenue of $1 billion to $1.4 billion in 2017-18, with potentially lower revenues in future years. Revenues would be used primarily to augment spending on health care for low-income Californians.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,285,802 68.91%
No 1,031,179 31.09%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 57
CRIMINAL SENTENCES. PAROLE. JUVENILE CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS AND SENTENCING. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE. Allows parole consideration for nonviolent felons. Authorizes sentence credits for rehabilitation, good behavior, and education. Provides juvenile court judge decides whether juvenile will be prosecuted as adult. Fiscal Impact: Net state savings likely in the tens of millions of dollars annually, depending on implementation. Net county costs of likely a few million dollars annually.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,198,324 67.75%
No 1,046,466 32.25%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 58
ENGLISH PROFICIENCY. MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Preserves requirement that public schools ensure students obtain English language proficiency. Requires school districts to solicit parent/community input in developing language acquisition programs. Requires instruction to ensure English acquisition as rapidly and effectively as possible. Authorizes school districts to establish dual-language immersion programs for both native and non-native English speakers. Fiscal Impact: No notable fiscal effect on school districts or state government.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,473,207 76.80%
No 747,288 23.20%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 59
CORPORATIONS. POLITICAL SPENDING. FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTIONS. LEGISLATIVE ADVISORY QUESTION. Asks whether California's elected officials should use their authority to propose and ratify an amendment to the federal Constitution overturning the United States Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. Citizens United ruled that laws placing certain limits on political spending by corporations and unions are unconstitutional. Fiscal Impact: No direct fiscal effect on state or local governments.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,673,279 54.56%
No 1,393,503 45.44%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 60
ADULT FILMS. CONDOMS. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Requires adult film performers to use condoms during filming of sexual intercourse. Requires producers to pay for performer vaccinations, testing, and medical examinations. Requires producers to post condom requirement at film sites. Fiscal Impact: Likely reduction of state and local tax revenues of several million dollars annually. Increased state spending that could exceed $1 million annually on regulation, partially offset by new fees.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,658,241 51.83%
No 1,540,928 48.17%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 61
STATE PRESCRIPTION DRUG PURCHASES. PRICING STANDARDS. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Prohibits state from buying a prescription drug from a drug manufacturer at price over lowest price paid for the drug by United States Department of Veterans Affairs. Exempts managed care programs funded through Medi-Cal. Fiscal Impact: Potential for state savings of an unknown amount depending on (1) how the measure's implementation challenges are addressed and (2) the responses of drug manufacturers regarding the provision and pricing of their drugs.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,633,337 51.09%
No 1,563,601 48.91%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 62
DEATH PENALTY. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Repeals death penalty an replaces it with life imprisonment without possibility of parole. Applies retroactively to existing death sentences. Increases the portion of life inmates' wages that may be applied to victim restitution. Fiscal Impact: Net ongoing reduction in state and county criminal justice costs of around $150 million annually within a few years, although the impact could vary by tens of millions of dollars depending on various factors.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,689,407 52.30%
No 1,540,961 47.70%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 63
FIREARMS. AMMUNITION SALES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Requires background check and Department of Justice authorization to purchase ammunition. Prohibits possession of large-capacity ammunition magazines. Establishes procedures for enforcing laws prohibiting firearm possession by specified persons. Requires Department of Justice's participation in federal National Instant Criminal Background Check System. Fiscal Impact: Increased state and local court and law enforcement costs, potentially in the tens of millions of dollars annually, related to a new court process for removing firearms from prohibited persons after they are convicted.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,337,292 71.96%
No 910,775 28.04%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 64
MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Legalizes marijuana under state law, for use by adults 21 or older. Imposes state taxes on sales and cultivation. Provides for industry licensing and establishes standards for marijuana products. Allows local regulation and taxation. Fiscal Impact: Additional tax revenues ranging from high hundreds of millions of dollars to over $1 billion annually, mostly dedicated to specific purposes. Reduced criminal justice costs of tens of millions of dollars annually.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,980,546 59.54%
No 1,345,826 40.46%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 65
CARRYOUT BAGS. CHARGES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Redirects money collected by grocery and certain other retail stores through mandated sale of carryout bags. Requires stores to deposit bag sale proceeds into a special fund to support specified environmental projects. Fiscal Impact: Potential state revenue of several tens of millions of dollars annually under certain circumstances, with the monies used to support certain environmental programs.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,606,799 50.16%
No 1,596,712 49.84%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 66
DEATH PENALTY. PROCEDURES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Changes procedures governing state court challenges to death sentences. Designates superior court for initial petitions and limits successive petitions. Requires appointed attorneys who take noncapital appeals to accept death penalty appeals. Exempts prison officials from existing regulation process for developing execution methods. Fiscal Impact: Unknown ongoing impact on state court costs for processing legal challenges to death sentences. Potential prison savings in the tens of millions of dollars annually.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,524,234 49.41%
No 1,560,523 50.59%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
State Measure 67
BAN ON SINGLE-USE PLASTIC BAGS. REFERENDUM. A "Yes" vote approves, and a "No" vote rejects, a statute that prohibits grocery and other stores from providing customers single-use plastic or paper carryout bags but permits sale of recycled paper bags and reusable bags. Fiscal Impact: Relatively small fiscal effects on state and local governments, including a minor increase in state administrative costs and possible minor local government savings from reduced litter and waste management costs.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,813,966 56.97%
No 1,370,306 43.03%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
County Measures
County Measure A
Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks, Open Space, Beaches, Rivers Protection, and Water Conservation Measure. To replace expiring local funding for safe, clean neighborhood/city/county parks; increase safe playgrounds, reduce gang activity; keep neighborhood recreation/senior centers, drinking water safe; protect beaches, rivers, water resources, remaining natural areas/open space; shall 1.5 cents be levied annually per square foot of improved property in Los Angeles County, with bond authority, requiring citizen oversight, independent audits, and funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,363,405 74.90%
No 791,939 25.10%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - Measure M
Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan. To improve freeway traffic flow/safety; repair potholes/sidewalks; repave local streets; earthquake retrofit bridges; synchronize signals; keep senior/disabled/student fares affordable; expand rail/subway/bus systems; improve job/school/airport connections; and create jobs; shall voters authorize a Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan through a ½ ¢ sales tax and continue the existing ½ ¢ traffic relief tax until voters decide to end it, with independent audits/oversight and funds controlled locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,259,654 71.15%
No 916,375 28.85%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Board of Supervisors
Supervisor 4th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Janice Hahn (N) 355,530 56.33%
Steve Napolitano (N) 275,571 43.67%

1,061 of 1,061 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Supervisor 5th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Kathryn Barger (N) 350,998 57.90%
Darrell Park (N) 255,165 42.10%

1,171 of 1,171 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Judge Superior Court
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 11
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Debra R. Archuleta (N) 1,647,847 60.44%
Steven Schreiner (N) 1,078,678 39.56%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 42
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Efrain Matthew Aceves (N) 1,646,612 60.59%
Alicia Molina (N) 1,070,838 39.41%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 84
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Susan Jung Townsend (N) 1,608,759 59.76%
Javier Perez (N) 1,083,479 40.24%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 158
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Kim L. Nguyen (N) 1,421,318 52.24%
David A. Berger (N) 1,299,577 47.76%

4,988 of 4,988 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Cities
Alhambra General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 3rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jeff Maloney (N) 12,585 73.13%
Mark Alan Nisall (N) 4,623 26.87%

40 of 40 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Alhambra General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 4th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
David Mejia (N) 9,780 55.53%
Ken Toh (N) 7,833 44.47%

40 of 40 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Avalon City Special Municipal Election - Measure X
MEASURE X. Shall the Avalon Municipal Code be amended to permit up to two medical marijuana dispensaries and similar facilities, both fixed and mobile, to operate within the City, and to permit the cultivation, manufacture and processing of medical marijuana products, subject to specified standards, and further subject to a $10,000 annual license tax and a 12% transaction fee/tax on each individual medical marijuana sale, until repealed by voters, and generating approximately $200,000 annually?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 421 36.67%
No 727 63.33%

2 of 2 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Bellflower City Special Municipal Election - Measure D
Shall Members of the City Council of the City of Bellflower be elected by-districts described in Ordinance No.1302 instead of at-large?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 10,151 51.79%
No 9,448 48.21%

33 of 33 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Bellflower City Special Municipal Election - Measure W
Shall the proposition by the City of Bellflower to sell the Bellflower Municipal Water System to California-American Water Company be adopted?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 10,628 53.93%
No 9,080 46.07%

33 of 33 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Beverly Hills City Special Municipal Election - Measure HH
Hilton Condominium Tower Initiative -- Shall an ordinance be adopted allowing a 26 story (345 feet) residential building instead of two residential buildings of 8 and 18 stories (101 and 218 feet); increasing open space from 3.28 to 3.89 acres and identifying 1.7 acres of open space as private garden generally open to the public subject to property owner's reasonable restrictions; removing conference center and relocating its uses; prohibiting discretionary architectural review; reducing graywater use requirements?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 6,372 44.85%
No 7,835 55.15%

24 of 24 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Burbank City Special Municipal Election - Measure B
Shall Ordinance No. 16-3,882 be approved allowing no more than a 14-gate, 355,000 square foot replacement terminal and ancillary improvements to be built at the Bob Hope Airport meeting current safety, seismic standards and improving disabled access; demolishing the existing terminal; and modifying Adjacent Property easement and authorizing future agreements necessary to implement the project; in exchange for governance changes that provide Burbank a greater voice in the future of the airport?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 29,587 69.68%
No 12,876 30.32%

52 of 52 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Calabasas City Special Municipal Election - Measure F
Shall the Ordinance No. 2016-333 approving changing the existing Zoning from Planned Development - Residential Multifamily (20) - Open Space Development Restricted - Scenic Corridor to Commercial Retail - Residential Multifamily (20) - Open Space Development Restricted - Scenic Corridor - Development Plan to accommodate: 67 Single-Family Detached Homes and two Affordable Duplexes; a 72,872 square-foot, three-story hotel; and preservation of approximately 61.0 acres as Permanent Open Space on a 77-acre property at 4790 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas be approved?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 3,795 35.19%
No 6,990 64.81%

15 of 15 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Carson City General Municipal Election Mayor
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Albert Robles (N) 17,660 54.62%
Jim Dear (N) 14,674 45.38%

56 of 56 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Carson City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jawane Hilton (N) 11,334 23.29%
Cedric L. Hicks, Sr (N) 9,184 18.87%
Ramona Pimentel (N) 6,792 13.96%
Brandi Williams-Murdock (N) 6,442 13.24%
Charlotte E. Brimmer (N) 4,700 9.66%
Tavonia Ekwegh (N) 3,979 8.18%
Raul Murga (N) 3,579 7.35%
Kenneth Jones (N) 2,654 5.45%

56 of 56 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two | Final
Carson City Special Municipal Election - Measure KK
Cannabis Tax. If a future Carson City Council or if voters of Cars through another ballot measure permit cannabis business activities, shall an ordinance establishing a cannabis tax of $25 per square foot of space utilized for cultivation and 18% of gross proceeds (adjusted annually on July 1 based on CPI) apply on all cannabis related business activities in Carson with annual revenues ranging from $500,000 to $3.5 million for Carson, with no sunset clause, be approved?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 19,835 64.38%
No 10,972 35.62%

56 of 56 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Carson City Special Municipal Election - Measure TL
Term Limits for Elected Officials. Shall Ordinance 16-1598, establishing a lifetime term limit of three (3) terms of four (4) years each served as an elected official in the City of Carson, including Mayor, member of the City Council, City Clerk, City Treasurer, or any combination of elected offices, be approved?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 23,805 77.28%
No 6,998 22.72%

56 of 56 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Culver City Special Municipal Election - Measure CA
Measure CA: Shall Section 607 and Section 700 of the Charter of the City of Culver City be amended to change the appointing authority and the reporting responsibilities of the Fire Chief and Police Chief from the City Council to the City Manager?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 5,958 35.35%
No 10,898 64.65%

25 of 25 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Culver City Special Municipal Election - Measure CB
Measure CB: Shall Section 602 of the Charter of the City of Culver City be amended to provide for the ineligibility of a person who has resigned from the City Council to run for the Office of City Council Member for a period of two years from the date of such resignation?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 11,749 70.21%
No 4,986 29.79%

25 of 25 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Culver City Special Municipal Election - Measure CD
Measure CD: Shall Section 608 of the Charter of the City of Culver City be amended to authorize the City Council to determine the dates of Regular Meetings of the City Council?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 12,201 72.79%
No 4,560 27.21%

25 of 25 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Culver City Special Municipal Election - Measure CW
Measure CW: CULVER CITY SAFE/CLEAN WATER PROTECTION MEASURE. To protect public health/groundwater supplies and prevent toxins and pollutants from contaminating local waterways, creeks and beaches, by improving storm drains/infrastructure to capture/clean urban runoff; preserving open space; and complying with clean water laws, shall Culver City establish a $99 clean water parcel tax; generating approximately $2,000,000 annually until ended by voters, requiring independent audits, public oversight, low-income senior citizens discounts and local control of funds?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 14,026 74.14%
No 4,893 25.86%

25 of 25 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Downey City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 1st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Blanca Pacheco (N) 3,379 49.93%
Alma Marquez (N) 1,728 25.53%
Hector Lujan (N) 1,661 24.54%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Downey City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 3rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Rick Rodriguez (N) 3,716 42.90%
Friné Medrano (N) 2,506 28.93%
Louis Morales (N) 1,405 16.22%
Art Montoya (N) 1,034 11.94%

15 of 15 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Downey City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 5th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Alex Saab (N) 24,141 81.62%
Art Gonzalez (N) 5,436 18.38%

57 of 57 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Downey City Special Municipal Election - Measure S
TRANSACTIONS AND USE TAX. To maintain and improve city services including city-run police and fire departments, paramedic/9-1-1 emergency response, anti-gang/drug/crime programs, school safety, after-school and seniors programs; ensure fire engines and emergency vehicles have updated equipment; and repair streets/potholes; shall the ordinance to increase the sales tax by one-half of one percent, providing $9,000,000 annually, to expire after 20 years, requiring audits, public disclosure of funds, and all funds only for Downey be adopted?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 21,493 63.06%
No 12,592 36.94%

57 of 57 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Long Beach City Special Municipal Election - Measure MA
LONG BEACH MARIJUANA TAXATION MEASURE. To fund public safety, 9-1-1 emergency response, police officers, homelessness, and general City services, shall Long Beach update gross receipts tax rates between 6-8% for medical marijuana dispensaries, 8-12% for nonmedical marijuana dispensaries, 6-8% for processing, distributing, transporting or testing marijuana/related products and a square foot tax between $12-15 for marijuana cultivation, raising approximately $13 million annually, requiring annual expenditure reports, until ended by voters?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 103,086 68.25%
No 47,955 31.75%

262 of 262 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Long Beach City Special Municipal Election - Measure MM
REGULATION OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA BUSINESSES. Shall an ordinance be adopted repealing the City's ban on marijuana businesses, reducing the City's tax on recreational and medical marijuana, and adopting regulations permitting approximately 32 retail medical marijuana businesses located in areas not zoned exclusively for residential use with minimum distance restrictions from sensitive uses, and providing for the establishment of an unspecified number of marijuana cultivation, distribution, manufacturing and testing businesses?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 89,893 60.14%
No 59,570 39.86%

262 of 262 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Los Angeles City Special Municipal Election - Measure HHH
HOMELESSNESS REDUCTION AND PREVENTION, HOUSING, AND FACILITIES BOND. PROPOSITION HHH. To provide safe, clean affordable housing for the homeless and for those in danger of becoming homeless, such as battered women and their children, veterans, seniors, foster youth, and the disabled; and provide facilities to increase access to mental health care, drug and alcohol treatment, and other services; shall the City of Los Angeles issue $1,200,000,000 in general obligation bonds, with citizen oversight and annual financial audits?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 916,518 77.14%
No 271,582 22.86%

1,700 of 1,700 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Los Angeles City Special Municipal Election - Measure JJJ
AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND LABOR STANDARDS RELATED TO CITY PLANNING. INITIATIVE ORDINANCE JJJ. Shall an ordinance: 1) requiring that certain residential development projects provide for affordable housing and comply with prevailing wage, local hiring and other labor standards; 2) requiring the City to assess the impacts of community plan changes on affordable housing and local jobs; 3) creating an affordable housing incentive program for developments near major transit stops; and 4) making other changes; be adopted?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 736,770 64.80%
No 400,154 35.20%

1,700 of 1,700 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Los Angeles City Special Municipal Election - Measure RRR
CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND POWER (DWP). CHARTER AMENDMENT RRR. Shall the Charter be amended to: (1) add qualification requirements, stipends and removal protections for DWP Board; (2) expand Board to seven members; (3) require DWP prepare four-year Strategic Plans for Council and Mayoral approval; (4) modify DWP's contracting, rate-setting and other authority; (5) permit future alternatives to existing civil service standards for DWP employees through collective bargaining; and (6) require monthly billing?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 538,941 49.13%
No 557,955 50.87%

1,700 of 1,700 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Los Angeles City Special Municipal Election - Measure SSS
CITY OF LOS ANGELES FIRE AND POLICE PENSIONS; AIRPORT PEACE OFFICERS. CHARTER AMENDMENT SSS. Shall the Charter be amended to: (1) enroll new Airport peace officers into Tier 6 of the Fire and Police Pensions System; (2) allow current Airport peace officers to transfer into Tier 6 from the City Employees' Retirement System (LACERS) at their own expense; and (3) permit new Airport Police Chiefs to enroll in LACERS?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 544,885 50.91%
No 525,479 49.09%

1,700 of 1,700 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Lynwood City Special Municipal Election - Measure PS
Lynwood Public Safety and Vital City Services Protection Measure. To protect and maintain vital city services including emergency response, neighborhood police patrols, drug and youth violence prevention programs, fire protection, street and pothole repair, parks and recreation programs; and other essential services, shall Lynwood establish a one cent sales tax, requiring independent annual financial audits, citizens' review of expenditures, with all funds remaining in Lynwood with said tax expiring after 10 years?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 11,108 75.18%
No 3,667 24.82%

25 of 25 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Lynwood City Special Municipal Election - Measure RD
City Of Lynwood Budget Stabilization ("Rainy Day") Fund. To help maintain vital city services including emergency response, neighborhood police patrols, drug and youth violence prevention programs, fire protection, street and pothole repair, parks and recreation programs; and other essential services, shall Lynwood establish a Rainy Day fund to provide short-term funding for such general services into which ten percent of any 2016-authorized tax revenues shall be deposited and spent only in cases of fiscal hardship?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 9,574 66.97%
No 4,723 33.03%

25 of 25 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Malibu City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Rick Mullen (N) 3,888 24.11%
Jefferson "Zuma Jay" Wagner (N) 3,619 22.44%
Skylar Peak (N) 3,228 20.01%
Laureen Sills (N) 2,249 13.94%
Jennifer Blue Denicola (N) 1,630 10.11%
Carl Randall (N) 1,514 9.39%

10 of 10 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three | Final
Palmdale City General Municipal Election Mayor
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
James C. Ledford (N) 23,446 55.80%
Richard Jesse Loa (N) 10,398 24.75%
Xavier Flores (N) 8,176 19.46%

79 of 79 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Palmdale City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 1st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Austin Bishop (N) 3,220 40.44%
Roxana Martinez (N) 3,018 37.90%
Adolfo Estrada (N) 1,725 21.66%

18 of 18 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Palmdale City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 2nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Steven D. Hofbauer (N) 6,231 49.41%
Frederick C. Thompson (N) 2,971 23.56%
Rebecca Fox (N) 2,393 18.97%
Garlenia Davis (N) 1,017 8.06%

34 of 34 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Palmdale City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 3rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Laura Bettencourt (N) 3,512 52.18%
Robert E. Alvarado (N) 3,218 47.82%

12 of 12 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Palmdale City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 4th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Juan Carrillo Ventura (N) 3,811 52.38%
Sandy Corrales (N) 3,465 47.62%

15 of 15 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Pomona City General Municipal Election Mayor
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Tim Sandoval (N) 21,252 62.76%
Elliott Rothman (N) 12,609 37.24%

61 of 61 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Pomona City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 1st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Rubio Ramiro Gonzalez (N) 2,474 58.16%
Ismael "Ish" Arias (N) 974 22.90%
Hector "Tony" Quevedo (N) 806 18.95%

10 of 10 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Pomona City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 4th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Elizabeth Ontiveros-Cole (N) 1,999 38.50%
Paula Lantz (N) 1,906 36.71%
Remington Allen Cordova (N) 1,287 24.79%

10 of 10 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Pomona City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 6th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Robert Torres (N) 3,078 43.49%
Debra Martin (N) 2,985 42.18%
George Okekenweje (N) 1,014 14.33%

15 of 15 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Santa Clarita City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Bob Kellar (N) 32,216 25.27%
Cameron Smyth (N) 30,109 23.61%
Timben Boydston (N) 17,108 13.42%
Alan Ferdman (N) 12,106 9.49%
Kenneth Dean (N) 10,101 7.92%
Sandra L. Nichols (N) 5,730 4.49%
Matthew J. Hargett (N) 5,486 4.30%
Mark White (N) 3,976 3.12%
Brett Haddock (N) 3,955 3.10%
David Ruelas (N) 3,918 3.07%
Paul J. Wieczorek (N) 2,806 2.20%

127 of 127 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two | Final
Santa Monica City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Terry O'Day (N) 19,263 16.32%
Tony Vazquez (N) 18,456 15.64%
Ted Winterer (N) 18,156 15.38%
Gleam Olivia Davis (N) 17,842 15.12%
Armen Melkonians (N) 12,603 10.68%
Oscar De La Torre (N) 11,256 9.54%
James T. Watson (N) 6,170 5.23%
Mende Smith (N) 5,212 4.42%
Terence Later (N) 5,102 4.32%
Jon Mann (N) 3,959 3.35%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than four | Final
Santa Monica City General Municipal Election Member of the Rent Control Board
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Caroline M. Torosis (N) 15,596 34.17%
Anastasia Foster (N) 13,825 30.29%
Elaine Golden-Gealer (N) 8,491 18.60%
Christopher D. Walton (N) 7,728 16.93%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two | Final
Santa Monica City Special Municipal Election - Measure GS
MEASURE GS: ADVISORY VOTE ONLY: If a local transactions and use tax is enacted in Santa Monica, should half its revenue be used to improve and maintain local public schools, including attracting and retaining high-quality teachers, expanding access to pre-schools, assisting at-risk students, and improving school technology, arts, music, math, and science instruction; and half to help preserve and ensure housing in Santa Monica that is affordable, protect residents from displacement by rising housing costs, and reduce homelessness?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 29,163 70.18%
No 12,391 29.82%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Santa Monica City Special Municipal Election - Measure GSH
MEASURE GSH: To maintain and improve Santa Monica community services including support for preservation of affordable housing, reducing homelessness, school repair and improvement, education of Santa Monica children and students, and other general fund services, shall an ordinance be adopted to increase by one-half percent Santa Monica's transactions and use tax, subject to independent annual audits, all funds used locally, no money going to Sacramento, raising approximately $16 million annually, until ended by the voters?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 26,190 62.35%
No 15,812 37.65%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Santa Monica City Special Municipal Election - Measure LV
MEASURE LV: Shall the City's General Plan and Municipal Code be amended to require: a new permit process for major development projects exceeding base sizes or heights of 32-36 feet, with exceptions such as single unit dwellings and some affordable housing projects; voter approval of major development projects and development agreements, excluding affordable housing and moderate income and senior housing projects, among others; and voter approval of changes to City land use and planning policy documents.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 19,786 44.70%
No 24,475 55.30%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Santa Monica City Special Municipal Election - Measure SM
MEASURE SM: Shall Article XXII of the City Charter be amended to, among other things: expand the prohibition against kickbacks as rewards for certain official actions, create an exemption for volunteers serving certain City-funded non-profits, clarify the application of the Article's prohibitions, the City Attorney's authority and enforcement responsibilities, and the scope of available remedies?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 32,231 83.24%
No 6,489 16.76%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Temple City Special Municipal Election - Measure AA
TEMPLE CITY GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY ACT: Shall the Temple City Charter be amended to do the following, none of which grant the City new powers: prohibit Councilmembers and Commissioners from accepting City contractor or lobbyist gifts without full reimbursement; establish stricter Councilmember contribution and gift restrictions; impose overall limit of four terms for Councilmembers; prohibit City contractors, lobbyists, and employees from serving on City commissions; prohibit Council candidates from accepting City contractor or lobbyist contributions?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 8,781 86.35%
No 1,388 13.65%

16 of 16 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
West Covina City Special Municipal Election - Measure H
Shall the City of West Covina abandon Sunset Field as a public park, to allow the land to be sold to Queen of the Valley Hospital to expand the hospital's emergency room and provide additional critical medical services, with millions of dollars in sale revenues to be placed into the City's New Park Acquisition Fund and used only to acquire and improve new parkland in the City?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 22,756 68.56%
No 10,433 31.44%

58 of 58 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Final
Health Care
Antelope Valley Health Care District Member, Board of Directors
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Kristina Hong (N) 51,568 22.17%
Abdallah S. Farrukh (N) 46,882 20.15%
Mateo Olivarez (N) 42,093 18.09%
Doddanna Krishna (N) 41,419 17.80%
Berna Lee Mayer (N) 26,157 11.24%
Michael P. Rives (N) 24,510 10.54%

208 of 208 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three | Final
Beach Cities Health District Member, Board of Directors
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Vanessa I. Poster (N) 31,003 33.02%
Jane Diehl (N) 27,383 29.17%
Lenore Bloss (N) 24,271 25.85%
Vish Chatterji (N) 11,231 11.96%

71 of 71 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three | Final
Recreation and Park
Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority Area 1 - Measure GG
To maintain and conserve local open space, wildlife corridors, and parklands; acquire and protect additional lands from development; improve fire prevention including high fire alert patrols and brush clearing; protect water quality in local creeks; and increase park ranger safety patrols; shall Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority implement a $35 special tax for ten years only, providing $995,000 annually with all funds spent locally in the Santa Monica Mountains and Hollywood Hills east of 405 freeway, and requiring independent citizen oversight audits?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 29,134 83.68%
No 5,681 16.32%

59 of 59 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority Area 2 - Measure FF
To maintain and conserve local open space, wildlife corridors, and parklands; acquire and protect additional lands from development; improve fire prevention including high fire alert patrols and brush clearing; protect water quality in local creeks; and increase park ranger safety patrols; shall Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority implement a $15 special tax for ten years only, providing $241,000 annually with all funds spent locally in the hillside communities of Woodland Hills, Encino, and Tarzana, and requiring independent citizen oversight audits?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 15,107 76.99%
No 4,516 23.01%

28 of 28 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Schools
Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District Special Election Governing Board Member (Unexpired Term Ending 11/30/2017)
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ken Pfalzgraf (N) 1,980 40.95%
Amy M. Frank (N) 1,974 40.83%
Karina Inez Thomas (N) 881 18.22%

33 of 33 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Alhambra Unified School District Special Election - Measure AE
ALHAMBRA UNIFIED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL REPAIR/STUDENT SAFETY MEASURE. To repair/upgrade local elementary schools and attract/retain quality teachers, repair deteriorating classrooms, leaky roofs, remove asbestos/lead paint, ensure safe drinking water and disabled accessibility, upgrade school fire and earthquake safety systems, update restrooms, classroom technology/wiring/science labs, repair, acquire, construct classrooms/sites/facilities/equipment, shall Alhambra Unified School District issue $110,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, require audits, citizen oversight, all funds for local elementary schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 22,670 77.07%
No 6,745 22.93%

80 of 80 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Alhambra Unified School District Special Election - Measure HS
ALHAMBRA UNIFIED HIGH SCHOOLS REPAIR/STUDENT SAFETY MEASURE. To repair/upgrade local high schools, attract/retain quality teachers/prepare students for careers/college, repair deteriorating classrooms, restrooms, plumbing, leaky roofs, remove asbestos/lead paint, ensure safe drinking water and disabled accessibility, upgrade school fire and earthquake safety systems, upgrade technology, repair, acquire, construct classrooms/sites/facilities/equipment, shall Alhambra Unified School District issue $149,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, require audits, citizen oversight, all funds for local high schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 29,203 76.78%
No 8,831 23.22%

80 of 80 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Alhambra Unified School District/Alhambra General Municipal Election Member, Board of Education, Third District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Patricia Rodriguez-Mackintosh (N) 18,264 54.61%
Yvonne E. West-Palma (N) 15,179 45.39%

80 of 80 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Antelope Valley Community College District Special Election - Measure AV
ANTELOPE VALLEY COLLEGE JOB TRAINING AND UNIVERSITY TRANSFER MEASURE. To upgrade math, engineering, aerospace/advanced manufacturing classrooms/labs, improve class availability and safety, update technology, repair, construct, acquire facilities, sites/equipment to maintain quality, affordable education for local students/returning veterans, and prepare students for jobs and transfer to four-year universities, shall Antelope Valley Community College District issue $350,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring citizens' oversight, audits no money for administrators' salaries and all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 83,189 70.58%
No 34,683 29.42%

240 of 240 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Beverly Hills Unified School District Special Election - Measure Y
To improve aging Beverly Hills schools, upgrade inefficient heating, cooling/electrical systems causing significant maintenance cost savings redirected to classroom instruction, upgrade/repair classrooms, libraries/science labs, replace deteriorating restrooms/leaky roofs, complete deferred maintenance projects, provide modern classroom technology infrastructure, upgrade, construct/acquire classrooms, facilities/sites with local funding the State cannot take away, shall Beverly Hills Unified School District issue $260,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, with strict citizen oversight, annual audits/all funds for Beverly Hills schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 8,429 64.02%
No 4,737 35.98%

24 of 24 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Cerritos Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 1
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Martha Camacho-Rodriguez (N) 7,875 43.53%
Robert "Bob" Arthur (N) 7,291 40.30%
Cathy Godinez (N) 2,925 16.17%

34 of 34 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Cerritos Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Carmen Avalos (N) 10,009 60.44%
Tammy Ashton (N) 3,432 20.73%
Luis E. Melliz (N) 1,980 11.96%
Claudia Carmen Murillo (N) 1,138 6.87%

32 of 32 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Cerritos Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 4
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Marisa Perez (N) 12,724 73.22%
Ken Glenn (N) 4,653 26.78%

30 of 30 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Cerritos Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 6
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Sandra Salazar (N) 7,682 50.10%
Rosa Barragan (N) 4,518 29.47%
Tom Chavez (N) 3,132 20.43%

29 of 29 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Claremont Unified School District Special Election - Measure G
To repair, upgrade and make more energy efficient aging classrooms and facilities with funding that cannot be taken by the State, repair deteriorating roofs, heating, air conditioning and electrical systems, and repair, construct, acquire, and upgrade classrooms, sites, facilities and equipment, refurbish pools, locker rooms, and gymnasium, shall Claremont Unified School District issue $58,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with independent financial audits, citizen oversight, no money for administrator and teacher salaries, and all money staying local?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 12,236 67.36%
No 5,928 32.64%

30 of 30 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
East Whittier City School District Special Election - Measure R
Without increasing existing property tax rates, shall the East Whittier City School District issue $70 million in bonds at legal interest rates to make essential upgrades to aging schools including repairing or replacing leaky roofs, doors, windows, outdated plumbing, heating, air conditioning and electrical systems, and improve student safety and school security systems, including lighting, smoke alarms, fencing and emergency communications, with independent citizen oversight and audits to ensure all money benefits and improves local schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 20,323 73.78%
No 7,221 26.22%

40 of 40 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
East Whittier City School District Special Election - Measure Z
Without increasing existing property tax rates, shall the East Whittier City School District issue $24 million in bonds at legal interest rates, to modernize classrooms, science labs and computer systems for science, math and technology instruction, replace aging portables, renovate the aging middle school gymnasiums and locker rooms, and improve accessibility for disabled students, with independent citizen oversight and audits to ensure all money benefits and improves local schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 19,938 73.44%
No 7,211 26.56%

40 of 40 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
El Rancho Unified School District Special Election - Measure ER
To modernize/rebuild El Rancho High School for the 21st Century, prepare students for jobs of the future, improve/expand science/career training labs, repair/improve neighborhood schools, including aging classrooms, roofs, restrooms, heating/air conditioning/electrical systems, strengthen school safety/security, and repair/acquire/construct school sites and facilities, shall El Rancho Unified School District issue $200,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring annual audits, citizen oversight and no money for administrator salaries, all funds for local schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 13,790 69.09%
No 6,170 30.91%

35 of 35 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
El Rancho Unified School District Special Election - Measure RR
To support academic excellence, prepare Pico Rivera students for college and quality jobs, raise teacher salaries, retain quality teachers and staff, provide every student access to high quality arts education, including music and performing arts, and improve instruction in science, technology, engineering, arts and math, shall El Rancho Unified School District authorize an annual $99 per-parcel tax for 9 years, exempting senior citizens and people with disabilities, requiring independent oversight and all funds used locally to improve student learning?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 12,935 65.85%
No 6,707 34.15%

35 of 35 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Garvey School District Special Election - Measure GA
GARVEY SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASSROOM REPAIR AND EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT MEASURE. To upgrade schools, repair leaky roofs, renovate aging classrooms, bathrooms/playgrounds, improve student access to computers/modern technology, replace outdated plumbing, heating/air-conditioning, update electrical/lighting systems, improve security systems, ensure safe drinking water, build multimedia learning labs, repair, construct/acquire educational facilities, sites/equipment, shall Garvey School District issue $40,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with independent financial audits, citizen's oversight, and all funding spent on local schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 7,130 79.96%
No 1,787 20.04%

24 of 24 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Glendale Community College District Special Election - Measure GC
GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE AFFORDABLE COLLEGE/JOB TRAINING/UNIVERSITY TRANSFER/CLASSROOM REPAIR MEASURE. To repair classrooms/labs to prepare students/veteran for jobs/university transfer, upgrade vocational education equipment/technology for engineering/nursing/law enforcement/firefighting careers, repair deteriorating gas/sewer lines, improve handicapped accessibility/earthquake safety, and acquire, construct, repair sites, facilities/equipment, shall Glendale Community College District issue $325,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring citizen oversight, audits, no funds for administrators' salaries, all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 49,527 73.74%
No 17,639 26.26%

97 of 97 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Hacienda La Puente Unified School District Special Election - Measure BB
To upgrade/repair all neighborhood school classrooms and retain/attract quality teachers by renovating all science, technology, engineering, art/math labs/classrooms, and athletic facilities; ensuring drinking water safety; repairing, constructing, equipping/acquiring educational facilities to prepare students for college and 21st century vocational jobs/careers, shall Hacienda La Puente Unified School District issue up to $148,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries, and all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 26,140 76.96%
No 7,824 23.04%

59 of 59 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Lawndale School District Special Election - Measure L
To improve the quality of local public education by modernizing outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities with funding that cannot be taken by the state; make health and safety improvements; repair or replace leaky roofs; update electrical systems for modern technology; and replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; shall the Lawndale Elementary School District issue $27,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, have an independent citizens' oversight committee and have NO money used for administrative or teacher salaries?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 9,287 73.54%
No 3,342 26.46%

22 of 22 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Lennox School District Special Election - Measure Q
MEASURE Q: To improve the quality of education and provide safe, modern schools for all students with funding that cannot be taken by the state; upgrade, modernize and construct classrooms, science labs and libraries; improve student access to technology; repair leaky roofs, outdated electrical and plumbing systems; and improve safety, security and access for students with disabilities shall Lennox School District issue $25,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, including independent citizens' oversight and NO money for administrative salaries?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 4,242 83.59%
No 833 16.41%

11 of 11 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
Local Public Schools Funding Authority - Measure LP
To protect students from earthquakes, asbestos, lead paint and other safety hazards, enhance opportunities for career and academic success at schools, including Hawthorne, Lawndale and Leuzinger High Schools, shall the School Facilities Improvement District No. 2016-1 of the Local Public Schools Funding Authority issue $110 million in bonds, at legal rates, to modernize and construct schools, including classrooms, science labs and arts facilities, replace aging plumbing, electrical, and security systems, with mandatory audits and independent citizen oversight, ensuring funds stay local with no money for administrator salaries?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 28,405 80.62%
No 6,830 19.38%

63 of 63 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Long Beach Unified School District Special Election - Measure E
Long Beach Unified School District E Measure. To improve outdated classrooms/neighborhood schools by: improving technology/labs/career education classrooms/electrical systems/wiring; upgrading handicapped accessibility/earthquake safety; upgrading bathrooms, fire alarms/sprinklers/security cameras; removing lead paint/asbestos; installing air conditioning; improving student health/physical education; repairing/constructing/acquiring facilities/equipment, shall Long Beach Unified School District issue $1,500,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, requiring independent audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrators' salaries/pensions; and all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 129,757 74.86%
No 43,584 25.14%

288 of 288 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Los Angeles Community College District Special Election - Measure CC
LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT AFFORDABLE EDUCATION/JOB TRAINING/CLASSROOM SAFETY MEASURE. To repair local community colleges/prepare students/veterans for jobs/university transfer by upgrading vocational/career education for veterans, firefighters, paramedics nurses/police, removing lead paint/asbestos, upgrading campus safety/security systems, technology, handicapped accessibility/earthquake safety, repairing deteriorating gas, water/sewer lines, acquiring, constructing, repairing facilities, sites/equipment, shall Los Angeles Community College District issue $3,300,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring independent audits, citizen oversight, all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,196,841 75.92%
No 379,513 24.08%

2,432 of 2,432 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Lynwood Unified School District Special Election - Measure N
To improve/maintain neighborhood schools by repairing/updating classrooms, science labs/technology, repairing leaky roofs, bathrooms, plumbing/electrical, improving school safety with lighting, fences, fire alarms, earthquake retrofits, removing asbestos, replacing portables with permanent classrooms, and acquiring, renovating, constructing/equipping school sites/facilities, shall Lynwood Unified School District issue $65,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring strict accountability, Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee review, independent annual audits, with no funds for administrator salaries/pensions, all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 12,015 79.65%
No 3,069 20.35%

25 of 25 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Manhattan Beach Unified School District Special Election - Measure C
To repair, update and renovate aging classrooms, construct and equip needed school facilities, repair or replace deteriorating roofs, plumbing, electrical systems, aging portable classrooms, install air conditioning, make improvements for student safety, renovate buildings for earthquake safety, and provide modern classrooms and equipment needed to support instruction in reading, math, arts, science and technology, shall Manhattan Beach Unified School District issue 114 million dollars in bonds at legal interest rates, with independent citizen oversight and audits?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 13,510 71.44%
No 5,401 28.56%

22 of 22 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Manhattan Beach Unified School District Special Election - Measure EE
To replace the 65 year old Mira Costa High School gymnasium utilized by the community and district by constructing and equipping a new gymnasium, physical education and activities center, including adding instructional space and bathrooms, air conditioning, heating, electrical and plumbing systems, shall Manhattan Beach Unified School District issue 39 million dollars in bonds at legal interest rates, with independent citizen oversight and audits?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 12,661 67.38%
No 6,129 32.62%

22 of 22 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Mountain View School District Special Election - Measure SS
Measure SS: To improve the quality of education at local elementary schools with funding that cannot be taken away by the State; repair or replace leaky roofs; replace deteriorating plumbing systems; remove mold; modernize, renovate and/or construct classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; upgrade inadequate electrical systems; and make health, seismic, safety and security improvements; shall Mountain View School District issue $57,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, with oversight, annual audits and NO money used for administrative salaries?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 7,492 86.51%
No 1,168 13.49%

22 of 22 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast | Final
North Orange County Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 7
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ryan Bent (N) 1,538 69.85%
Barry J. Wishart (N) 664 30.15%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Palmdale School District Special Election - Measure PSD
ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL REPAIR AND MODERNIZATION MEASURE. To update classrooms, labs and learning technology for the twenty-first century; repair leaky roofs and windows; improve school safety, security, energy and water efficiency; accommodate growing enrollment; and repair, construct, and acquire equipment for classrooms, sites and facilities; shall Palmdale (Elementary) School District be authorized to issue up to $80,000,000 in bonds with annual audits, citizens' oversight, no money for administrator salaries, and all funds benefiting local schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 27,437 78.76%
No 7,397 21.24%

64 of 64 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Paramount Unified School District Special Election - Measure I
NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL REPAIR, CAREER EDUCATION, SAFETY IMPROVEMENT MEASURE. To repair/upgrade schools that prepar students for college/careers; upgrade classrooms/labs for job training/college preparation; improve school security/technology, electrical wiring, air conditioning, emergency alarms, earthquake safety, disabled access, aging gymnasiums/athletic fields and tracks; repair deteriorating roofs, water pipes; remove lead paint/asbestos; shall Paramount Unified School District issue 106 million dollars in bonds at legal rates, with independent audits, citizens' oversight, all funds used locally?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 15,684 84.23%
No 2,936 15.77%

35 of 35 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Pomona Unified School District Special Election - Measure P
To construct and refurbish classrooms throughout the district for engineering, math, technology and science; improve student access to modern technology; upgrade outdated plumbing, heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems; install campus security cameras and lighting; and repair, construct and modernize classrooms, shall Pomona Unified School District be authorized to issue $300 million of bonds with interest rates at or below legal limits, independent citizen oversight, and all funds spent locally and not taken by the State and spent elsewhere?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 32,705 77.93%
No 9,261 22.07%

73 of 73 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Santa Clarita Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Edel Alonso (N) 7,261 42.58%
Bruce Fortine (N) 6,532 38.30%
Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy (N) 3,261 19.12%

44 of 44 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Santa Clarita Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 4
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Michele R. Jenkins (N) 10,396 55.68%
Jerry Danielsen (N) 8,276 44.32%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Santa Monica Community College District Member of the Board of Trustees
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Susan Aminoff (N) 25,101 28.05%
Margaret Quinones-Perez (N) 22,787 25.46%
Rob Greenstein Rader (N) 22,187 24.79%
Sion Roy (N) 19,424 21.70%

71 of 71 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three | Final
Santa Monica Community College District Special Election - Measure V
SANTA MONICA COLLEGE CLASSROOM REPAIR, CAREER TRAINING, HIGHER EDUCATION ACCESS MEASURE. To improve local access to affordable higher education for high school graduates/adults/veterans; improve education/career training in math, science, writing, arts, business; shall Santa Monica Community College District issue $345,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with citizens oversight/annual audits, to repair, upgrade, construct, modernize, equip facilities for technology, science/biotech, college readiness; repair aging, leaky classrooms, remove asbestos, upgrade disabled access, seismic and campus safety?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 30,970 63.90%
No 17,497 36.10%

71 of 71 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Saugus Union School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 3
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Julie Olsen (N) 4,261 55.34%
Bruce Fox (N) 3,439 44.66%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Snowline Joint Unified School District Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
David L. Nilsen (N) 38 32.20%
Linda G. Mc Inerny (N) 35 29.66%
Richard C. Upshaw (N) 26 22.03%
Lorri Greer (N) 14 11.86%
Paul A. Friend (N) 5 4.24%

5 of 5 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two | Final
South Pasadena Unified School District Special Election - Measure SP
To upgrade aging classrooms, sites and facilities; replace deteriorated roofs, plumbing, electrical, and air conditioning systems; retrofit buildings for earthquake safety; improve access for students with disabilities; remove hazardous materials like lead/asbestos; and upgrade/construct math, science, technology, visual and performing arts classrooms/facilities to support student achievement, shall South Pasadena Unified School District issue $98,000,000 in bonds at legal rates to equip, acquire, and construct school facilities, with independent oversight, annual audits, and all money staying local?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 9,357 75.74%
No 2,997 24.26%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
South Whittier School District Special Election - Measure QS
To improve the quality of education with funding that cannot be taken by the State; repair or replace leaky roofs; update inadequate electrical systems; replace deteriorating plumbing and sewer systems; upgrade/modernize 50-year-old classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; and replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; shall the South Whittier School District issue $29,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, with independent citizens' oversight, annual audits and NO money used for administrative or teacher salaries?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 5,975 82.66%
No 1,253 17.34%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Victor Valley Community College District Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Thomas J. Kerman (N) 26 25.00%
Joseph W. Brady (N) 24 23.08%
John Pinkerton (N) 18 17.31%
David "Wes" Gregg (N) 14 13.46%
Margaret H. Kagy (N) 14 13.46%
Bob Conaway (N) 8 7.69%

5 of 5 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two | Final
Walnut Valley Unified School District Special Election - Measure WV
Walnut Valley Local School Improvement Measure. To upgrade classrooms, science labs, career-training facilities, libraries, and instructional technology to support student achievement in math, science, engineering, technology, and skilled trades, acquire, construct and repair classrooms, facilities, sites and equipment including repairing deteriorating roofs, plumbing, and electrical systems, and improve student safety and camera security systems, shall Walnut Valley Unified School District issue $152,880,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with independent citizen oversight, and all money locally-controlled?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 12,402 64.93%
No 6,699 35.07%

35 of 35 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
West Covina Unified School District Special Election - Measure ES
West Covina Unified School District Repair/Security Measure. To upgrade and modernize outdated classrooms, science labs/career-training facilities to support 21st Century instruction and student achievement in math, science, engineering, arts and skilled trades, repair/replace deteriorating roofs, plumbing, electrical systems/portables, improve student/campus safety, repair, acquire/construct classrooms, sites, facilities, equipment/technology, shall West Covina Unified School District issue $143,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with independent citizen oversight, audits, no money for administrator salaries, and all money staying local?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 14,299 74.97%
No 4,774 25.03%

33 of 33 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast | Final
Water Districts
Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency Member, Board of Directors, Division 4
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Justin G. Lane (N) 11,212 72.81%
Christ L. Gross (N) 4,186 27.19%

24 of 24 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency Member, Board of Directors, Division 7
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Gary L. Vandam (N) 8,644 68.00%
Neal A. Weisenberger (N) 4,068 32.00%

47 of 47 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Castaic Lake Water Agency Member, Board of Directors, at Large
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
William "Bill" Cooper (N) 43,841 55.17%
Lynne Plambeck (N) 35,623 44.83%

177 of 177 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Castaic Lake Water Agency Member, Board of Directors, Division 1
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Rj Kelly (N) 14,600 59.74%
Joan M. Dunn (N) 9,838 40.26%

66 of 66 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Castaic Lake Water Agency Member, Board of Directors, Division 2
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
E.G. "Jerry" Gladbach (N) 13,651 52.74%
Stacy L. Fortner (N) 12,233 47.26%

52 of 52 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Castaic Lake Water Agency Member, Board of Directors, Division 3
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Bill Pecsi (N) 14,116 54.04%
Bonnie G. Nikolai (N) 12,004 45.96%

59 of 59 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Central Basin Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 1
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Pedro Aceituno (N) 34,646 41.88%
Bob J. Archuleta (N) 30,699 37.11%
Xochitl Sandoval (N) 17,389 21.02%

157 of 157 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Central Basin Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 4
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Leticia Vasquez (N) 33,295 53.21%
Maria Teresa Santillan-Beas (N) 14,042 22.44%
Luis Landeros (N) 7,189 11.49%
Jose Torres (N) 4,773 7.63%
Maria L. Inzunza (N) 3,273 5.23%

142 of 142 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Central Basin Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 5
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Phillip "Phil" Hawkins (N) 43,415 53.04%
Judy P. Roldan (N) 30,264 36.98%
Jay W. Gray (N) 8,168 9.98%

154 of 154 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 2
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Steven T. Placido (N) 5,461 60.46%
John Siew Ching Leung (N) 3,571 39.54%

19 of 19 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Three Valleys Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 6
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
John Mendoza (N) 9,380 51.88%
John W. (Fred) Lantz (N) 8,701 48.12%

34 of 34 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 3
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ed Chavez (N) 30,420 65.85%
Marta Samano (N) 15,778 34.15%

112 of 112 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 4
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Alfonso "Al" Contreras (N) 23,502 50.07%
Michael Touhey (N) 23,438 49.93%

89 of 89 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Water Replenishment District of Southern California Member, Board of Directors, Division 2
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Robert "Rob" Katherman (N) 100,936 47.09%
Jim Kennedy (N) 72,622 33.88%
Merrill A. Kruger (N) 40,772 19.02%

382 of 382 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Water Replenishment District of Southern California Member, Board of Directors, Division 5
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Albert Robles (N) 65,134 32.52%
Ricardo "Rick" Pulido (N) 48,241 24.09%
Charles Davis (N) 34,209 17.08%
Gary Mendez (N) 27,583 13.77%
Ronald Gonzales-Lawrence (N) 25,126 12.54%

397 of 397 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
West Basin Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 5
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Donald L. (Don) Dear (N) 30,684 73.44%
Ryan C. Richard (N) 11,096 26.56%

80 of 80 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Final
Party Key | (D) - Democratic | (G) - Green | (L) - Libertarian | (N) - Non Partisan | (P) - Peace and Freedom | (R) - Republican |