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Los Angeles County Election Results
Local and Municipal Consolidated Elections
November 07, 2017
Election Statistics
Statistic Count
Total Registrations 622,260
Total Precincts 290
Precinct Statistics
Statistic Count Percent
Precincts Reporting 290 100.00%
Precincts Remaining 0 .00%
Ballot Distribution
Statistic Count Percent
Vote by Mail Ballots 46,054 62.95%
Poll Ballots 27,108 37.05%

Results as of 11/17/2017 10:22:59 AM. 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 37 Vote by Mail precincts.

Cities
Compton City Special Municipal Election - Measure A
Shall the Compton City Charter be amended to set the salary of Council members to $43,000, and to set the Mayor's annual salary to $54,000?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 887 26.84%
No 2,418 73.16%

23 of 23 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
El Monte City Special Municipal Election - Measure EM
El Monte Temporary City Services Preservation Measure. To preserve and stabilize funding for various essential City services such as fire and emergency response services; police staffing; street maintenance; senior and youth programs; park maintenance; graffiti removal; State-mandated storm drain upgrades; and to restore the City's "rainy day" general fund reserves, shall the City's existing half percent (1/2%) transactions and use tax be extended for ten years, subject always to the voters' power of repeal?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,187 69.49%
No 960 30.51%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Hawthorne City Special Municipal Election - Measure HH
To fund general city services, such as police, fire, senior services, streets, parks, paramedics, 9-1-1, anti-gang units, and other general city services, shall the City of Hawthorne Transactions and Use Tax Ordinance of 2017 be approved, imposing a 0.75% transactions and use (sales) tax, with annual audit and appointment of a Citizen's Oversight Committee, to be collected until repealed by the voters or the City Council and estimated to raise approximately $8.5 million per year?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,745 68.90%
No 1,239 31.10%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Hermosa Beach City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Stacey Armato (N) 2,288 23.33%
Mary Campbell (N) 1,934 19.72%
H. S. Fangary (N) 1,867 19.03%
Peter C. Tucker (N) 1,467 14.96%
Trent Bernard Larson (N) 1,076 10.97%
Matt McCool (N) 824 8.40%
Christopher Cenci (N) 353 3.60%

4 of 4 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
La Habra Heights City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Brian Bergman (N) 711 24.50%
Carey Klingfus (N) 574 19.78%
Norm Zezula (N) 572 19.71%
Michael Higgins (N) 524 18.06%
Kyle Miller (N) 521 17.95%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
La Habra Heights City Special Municipal Election - Measure G
Shall an ordinance be adopted to renew the City's authority to spend existing revenues from the special fire tax approved by two-thirds of the City's voters in 1997 to provide essential fire and life safety services by renewing the voter-approved amendment to the City's appropriations limits?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 844 83.32%
No 169 16.68%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Montebello City Special Municipal Election - Measure S
MEASURE S: CITY OF MONTEBELLO CITY SERVICES PROTECTION MEASURE. To preserve public safety, community programs and prevent significant cuts to essential services, by funding general City services including hiring additional police and fire personnel, maintaining anti-gang and graffiti efforts, youth and after-school parks and recreation services, expanding and improving City parks, fixing City streets and public infrastructure, shall the City sales tax be increased by one cent with annual financial audits, expenditure reports, and financial oversight?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,650 37.76%
No 2,720 62.24%

12 of 12 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Montebello City Special Municipal Election - Measure T
MEASURE T: TERM LIMITS FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS OF THE CITY OF MONTEBELLO. Shall the terms served by elected officials of the City of Montebello, including members of the City Council, the City Treasurer, and the City Clerk, be limited to not more than three (3) consecutive four (4) year terms, after which an elected official shall not be qualified to serve in that elected office for a period of four (4) years?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 3,652 84.85%
No 652 15.15%

12 of 12 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Rancho Palos Verdes City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
John Cruikshank (N) 3,306 31.64%
Eric Alegria (N) 2,399 22.96%
Dave Emenhiser (N) 2,125 20.33%
Krista Johnson (N) 1,477 14.13%
Ben Kelly (N) 666 6.37%
Matthew Vitalich (N) 477 4.56%

16 of 16 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two
Rolling Hills City Special Municipal Election - Measure C
Shall an ordinance be adopted repealing the March 2013 amendments made to the City's View Preservation Ordinance by Measure B?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 441 59.35%
No 302 40.65%

1 of 1 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
San Marino City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Gretchen Shepherd Romey (N) 1,875 24.28%
Ken Ude (N) 1,686 21.84%
Susan Jakubowski (N) 1,685 21.82%
Calvin Lo (N) 870 11.27%
Hai-Sou Chen (N) 598 7.75%
Scott Kwong (N) 563 7.29%
Eugene C. Sun (N) 444 5.75%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
South El Monte City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Manuel "Manny" Acosta (N) 497 29.74%
Gracie Retamoza (N) 407 24.36%
Willhans "Hans" Ili (N) 344 20.59%
Gilbert "Gil" Zepeda (N) 253 15.14%
Raul Pardo (N) 170 10.17%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two
South El Monte City Special Municipal Election Member of the City Council (Unexpired Term Ending 11/3/2020)
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Richard Angel (N) 721 100.00%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Whittier City Special Municipal Election - Measure L
To expand 58-year-old Whittier Central Library to meet 21st century needs, including: providing a children's area for story times, parent/child reading, and children's book collections/technology; improving senior/disabled access; expanding/updating computer/technology center; space for up-to-date book/resource collections; relocating the Veterans Resource Center for better service; and related improvements; shall the City of Whittier issue $22,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, requiring independent citizen oversight, and all funds for Whittier Central Library only?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 4,278 66.45%
No 2,160 33.55%

17 of 17 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast
Schools
ABC Unified School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 3
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
H. Ernie Nishii (N) 698 39.32%
Lynda P. Johnson (N) 475 26.76%
Armin Reyes (N) 440 24.79%
Daniel G. Fierro (N) 162 9.13%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%)
ABC Unified School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 6
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Olga Rios (N) 292 64.46%
Louise Dodson (N) 161 35.54%

2 of 2 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Compton Unified School District Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Mae Thomas (N) 2,654 13.50%
Satra D. Zurita (N) 2,430 12.36%
Margie N. Garrett (N) 2,003 10.19%
Alma Taylor-Pleasant (N) 1,517 7.72%
Gregory Pitts (N) 1,497 7.62%
Rodney Lonnell Curry (N) 1,248 6.35%
Barbara Jean Calhoun (N) 1,218 6.20%
Jonathan Taylor (N) 1,169 5.95%
Alita L. Godwin (N) 998 5.08%
Mary L. Jackson-Freeny (N) 918 4.67%
Barbara A. Banks (N) 852 4.33%
Luis Landeros (N) 766 3.90%
Joseph L. Lewis (N) 500 2.54%
Shawn M. Poole-Louis (N) 496 2.52%
Willie Dewitt Carson (N) 408 2.08%
Tracy Shawn Wiggins (N) 369 1.88%
Jesse A. Harris (N) 249 1.27%
Ricky E. Hicks (N) 190 .97%
Anthony Lee Perry (N) 172 .88%

38 of 38 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than four
El Monte Union High School District Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
David Diaz (N) 2,991 24.45%
Ricardo Padilla (N) 2,940 24.04%
Florencio F. Briones (N) 2,602 21.27%
Esthela Torres De Siegrist (N) 2,515 20.56%
Ron Williams (N) 724 5.92%
Christian Trigueros (N) 459 3.75%

32 of 32 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
Glendora Unified School District Special Election - Measure GG
To upgrade and modernize classrooms, science labs, career training facilities, computer systems, and instructional technology to support high quality instruction/student achievement in science, technology, engineering, math/skilled trades, acquire, construct, and repair classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment, repair aging plumbing, electrical, heating/ventilation systems, improve student safety and campus security systems, shall Glendora Unified School District issue $98,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with independent citizen oversight, no money for administrator salaries and all money staying local?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,461 47.11%
No 2,763 52.89%

10 of 10 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast
Hughes-Elizabeth Lakes Union School District Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Nicoleta Trifa (N) 188 30.62%
Lola J. Skelton (N) 170 27.69%
Melanie Dohn (N) 153 24.92%
Wise Nadjib (N) 103 16.78%

4 of 4 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Dan Jeffries (N) 2,532 26.49%
Joe Radabaugh (N) 2,387 24.97%
Kaitzer P. Puglia (N) 1,940 20.29%
Christopher G. Salvo (N) 1,377 14.40%
Joshua C. Gottheim (N) 1,324 13.85%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
La Cañada Unified School District Special Election - Measure LCF
To repair and modernize classroom and school facilities, including fixing deteriorating roofs, plumbing and electrical systems, improve student safety and campus security systems, upgrade/expand classrooms, science labs, career-training facilities and instructional technology to support advanced programs in math, science, engineering, technology and the arts, construct, acquire, repair classrooms, sites, facilities and equipment, shall La Canada Unified School District issue $149,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with citizen oversight, all money staying local and without increasing current tax rates?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,900 70.99%
No 1,185 29.01%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast
Rosemead School District Special Election Governing Board Member (Unexpired Term Ending 12/4/2020)
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Veronica L. Peña (N) 404 54.52%
Frederick Santos Mascorro (N) 337 45.48%

8 of 8 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Whittier City School District Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jennifer De Baca Sandoval (N) 2,364 23.92%
Linda Lee Ann Small (N) 1,866 18.88%
Polly Ann Vigil (N) 1,722 17.42%
Caro Jauregui (N) 1,515 15.33%
Vito J. Adragna (N) 1,494 15.12%
Roland Cano (N) 511 5.17%
Troy Anthony Chavez (N) 412 4.17%

15 of 15 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
Whittier Union High School District Governing Board Member
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Leighton M. Anderson (N) 5,806 26.03%
Russell A. Castañeda Calleros (N) 5,183 23.24%
Jeff Baird (N) 4,801 21.52%
Maria Carmenita Mendez (N) 4,051 18.16%
Jennifer Portillo (N) 2,464 11.05%

53 of 53 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
Health Care
Antelope Valley Health Care District Special Election - Measure H
Shall the proposed lease and transfer of Antelope Valley Hospital by the elected Board of The Antelope Valley Health District to a public benefit non-profit corporation, pursuant to state law, for the continued operation of the Hospital as a non-profit and locally governed Hospital, with all revenues from the Hospital reinvested into improving the Hospital facilities, to improve medical technologies, treatments, and patient care without any new taxes or fees and at no additional cost to taxpayers, be adopted?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 11,387 73.23%
No 4,162 26.77%

82 of 82 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Water Districts
Quartz Hill Water District Member, Board of Directors
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Peggy Jean Powell (N) 847 21.42%
Allen G. Flick (N) 783 19.80%
James D. Powell (N) 728 18.41%
John Hutak (N) 618 15.63%
Mark Bradley (N) 561 14.18%
Rutger Rex Parris (N) 418 10.57%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
Party Key | (N) - Non Partisan |