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Los Angeles County Election Results
Statewide Direct Primary Election
June 05, 2018
Election Statistics
Statistic Count
Total Registrations 5,131,286
Total Precincts 4,357
Precinct Statistics
Statistic Count Percent
Precincts Reporting 4,357 100.00%
Precincts Remaining 0 .00%
Ballot Distribution
Statistic Count Percent
Vote by Mail Ballots 665,075 44.62%
Poll Ballots 825,427 55.38%

Results as of 6/29/2018 10:39:11 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 210 Vote by Mail precincts.

Governor
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Gavin Newsom (D) 469,266 32.69%
Antonio Villaraigosa (D) 313,266 21.82%
John H. Cox (R) 278,879 19.43%
John Chiang (D) 188,562 13.13%
Travis Allen (R) 82,639 5.76%
Delaine Eastin (D) 37,440 2.61%
Amanda Renteria (D) 13,063 .91%
Robert C. Newman, II (R) 7,425 .52%
Peter Y Liu (R) 7,328 .51%
Michael Shellenberger (D) 5,211 .36%
Gloria Estela La Riva (P) 4,077 .28%
Yvonne Girard (R) 3,414 .24%
Albert Caesar Mezzetti (D) 2,744 .19%
Josh Jones (G) 2,508 .17%
Akinyemi Agbede (D) 2,453 .17%
J. Bribiesca (D) 2,258 .16%
Robert Davidson Griffis (D) 2,082 .15%
Zoltan Istvan (L) 2,061 .14%
Nickolas Wildstar (L) 1,851 .13%
Thomas Jefferson Cares (D) 1,742 .12%
Christopher N. Carlson (G) 1,653 .12%
Klement Tinaj (D) 1,432 .10%
Hakan "Hawk" Mikado (N) 1,022 .07%
Desmond Silveira (N) 835 .06%
Jeffrey Edward Taylor (N) 808 .06%
Shubham Goel (N) 791 .06%
Johnny Wattenburg (N) 776 .05%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Lieutenant Governor
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ed Hernandez (D) 385,368 28.90%
Eleni Kounalakis (D) 365,746 27.43%
Cole Harris (R) 172,272 12.92%
Jeff Bleich (D) 94,257 7.07%
David R. Hernandez (R) 81,401 6.10%
Lydia Ortega (R) 71,627 5.37%
David Fennell (R) 65,664 4.92%
Gayle McLaughlin (N) 54,166 4.06%
Cameron Gharabiklou (D) 17,342 1.30%
Tim Ferreira (L) 16,258 1.22%
Danny Thomas (N) 9,262 .69%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Secretary of State
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Alex Padilla (D) 851,618 62.31%
Mark P. Meuser (R) 310,025 22.68%
Ruben Major (D) 74,168 5.43%
Raul Rodriguez Jr (R) 49,651 3.63%
Michael Feinstein (G) 31,855 2.33%
Gail K. Lightfoot (L) 27,459 2.01%
C.T. Weber (P) 11,646 .85%
Erik Rydberg (G) 10,403 .76%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Controller
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Betty T. Yee (D) 952,017 70.49%
Konstantinos Roditis (R) 338,373 25.05%
Mary Lou Finley (P) 60,194 4.46%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Treasurer
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Fiona Ma (D) 658,515 49.97%
Jack M. Guerrero (R) 221,358 16.80%
Vivek Viswanathan (D) 209,618 15.91%
Greg Conlon (R) 199,440 15.13%
Kevin Akin (P) 28,963 2.20%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Attorney General
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Xavier Becerra (D) 760,664 55.94%
Steven C Bailey (R) 247,603 18.21%
Dave Jones (D) 207,000 15.22%
Eric Early (R) 144,628 10.64%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Insurance Commissioner
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ricardo Lara (D) 697,795 53.58%
Steve Poizner (N) 375,658 28.84%
Asif Mahmood (D) 167,348 12.85%
Nathalie Hrizi (P) 61,597 4.73%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Board of Equalization
Member State Board of Equalization 1st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Tom Hallinan (D) 82,363 48.51%
Ted Gaines (R) 42,821 25.22%
Connie Conway (R) 25,731 15.16%
David Evans (R) 18,864 11.11%

573 of 573 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member State Board of Equalization 3rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
G. Rick Marshall (R) 268,844 24.31%
Tony Vazquez (D) 235,800 21.33%
Cheryl C. Turner (D) 188,251 17.03%
Scott Svonkin (D) 154,591 13.98%
Nancy Pearlman (D) 142,054 12.85%
Doug Kriegel (D) 40,831 3.69%
Ben Pak (D) 40,146 3.63%
Micheál "Me-Haul" O'Leary (N) 35,177 3.18%

3,784 of 3,784 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Senator
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Dianne Feinstein (D) 670,244 49.14%
Kevin De Leon (D) 219,459 16.09%
James P Bradley (R) 74,766 5.48%
Arun K. Bhumitra (R) 71,014 5.21%
Paul A Taylor (R) 52,390 3.84%
Pat Harris (D) 34,097 2.50%
Erin Cruz (R) 29,579 2.17%
Tom Palzer (R) 29,476 2.16%
Alison Hartson (D) 25,065 1.84%
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (R) 24,523 1.80%
Patrick Little (R) 13,669 1.00%
Adrienne Nicole Edwards (D) 11,384 .83%
John "Jack" Crew (R) 10,733 .79%
Kevin Mottus (R) 9,845 .72%
Douglas Howard Pierce (D) 9,296 .68%
Derrick Michael Reid (L) 9,009 .66%
Mario Nabliba (R) 8,717 .64%
Jerry Joseph Laws (R) 7,327 .54%
Ling Ling Shi (N) 6,577 .48%
Donnie O. Turner (D) 6,289 .46%
David Hildebrand (D) 6,089 .45%
Herbert G. Peters (D) 5,222 .38%
David Moore (N) 4,973 .36%
John Thompson Parker (P) 4,580 .34%
Lee Olson (N) 4,307 .32%
Gerald Plummer (D) 3,487 .26%
Colleen Shea Fernald (N) 2,854 .21%
Jason M. Hanania (N) 2,838 .21%
Rash Bihari Ghosh (N) 2,392 .18%
Don J. Grundmann (N) 1,893 .14%
Tim Gildersleeve (N) 1,016 .07%
Michael Fahmy Girgis (N) 782 .06%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
U.S. Representative
United States Representative, 23rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Kevin McCarthy (R) 6,879 61.48%
Tatiana Matta (D) 1,809 16.17%
Wendy Reed (D) 1,410 12.60%
Mary Helen Barro (D) 732 6.54%
Kurtis Wilson (D) 212 1.89%
James Davis (N) 147 1.31%

31 of 31 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 25th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Steve Knight (R) 47,105 51.17%
Katie Hill (D) 18,869 20.50%
Bryan Caforio (D) 17,372 18.87%
Jess Pelaez Phoenix (D) 6,031 6.55%
Mary Pallant (D) 2,685 2.92%

251 of 251 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 26th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Julia Brownley (D) 1,222 51.85%
Antonio Sabato, Jr. (R) 625 26.52%
Jeffrey D. Burum (R) 445 18.88%
John Nelson (D) 65 2.76%

6 of 6 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 27th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Judy Chu (D) 82,311 84.23%
Bryan Witt (D) 15,406 15.77%

309 of 309 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 28th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Adam B. Schiff (D) 94,249 73.51%
Johnny J. Nalbandian (R) 26,566 20.72%
Sal Genovese (D) 7,406 5.78%

332 of 332 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 29th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Tony Cardenas (D) 43,579 66.72%
Benito Benny Bernal (R) 11,353 17.38%
Joseph "Joe" Shammas (D) 5,278 8.08%
Angelica Maria Dueñas (G) 4,164 6.37%
Juan Rey (N) 944 1.45%

238 of 238 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 30th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Brad Sherman (D) 79,775 62.35%
Mark S. Reed (R) 34,820 27.21%
Raji Rab (D) 6,727 5.26%
Jon Pelzer (D) 6,627 5.18%

317 of 317 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 32nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Grace Flores Napolitano (D) 56,674 100.00%

284 of 284 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 33rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ted W. Lieu (D) 100,581 61.71%
Kenneth Weston Wright (R) 48,985 30.05%
Emory P. Rodgers (D) 13,435 8.24%

423 of 423 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 34th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jimmy Gomez (D) 54,661 78.70%
Kenneth Mejia (G) 8,987 12.94%
Angela Elise McArdle (L) 5,804 8.36%

234 of 234 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 35th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Norma J. Torres (D) 7,842 61.35%
Christian Leonel Valiente (R) 3,248 25.41%
Joe Baca (D) 1,692 13.24%

51 of 51 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 37th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Karen Bass (D) 99,118 89.18%
Ron J. Bassilian (R) 12,020 10.82%

357 of 357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 38th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Linda T. Sánchez (D) 53,180 63.17%
Ryan Downing (R) 31,002 36.83%

335 of 335 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 39th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Gil Cisneros (D) 7,382 22.62%
Young Kim (R) 5,019 15.38%
Phil Liberatore (R) 3,508 10.75%
Bob Huff (R) 3,451 10.57%
Andy Thorburn (D) 3,117 9.55%
Herbert H. Lee (D) 2,616 8.01%
Mai Khanh Tran (D) 2,278 6.98%
Sam Jammal (D) 1,461 4.48%
Shawn Nelson (R) 1,348 4.13%
Steven C. Vargas (R) 918 2.81%
Suzi Park Leggett (D) 413 1.27%
John J. Cullum (R) 369 1.13%
Karen Lee Schatzle (N) 240 .74%
Steve Cox (N) 222 .68%
Andrew Sarega (R) 169 .52%
Sophia J. Alexander (A) 92 .28%
Ted M. Alemayhu (A) 38 .12%

94 of 94 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 40th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Lucille Roybal-Allard (D) 35,636 80.30%
Rodolfo Cortes Barragan (G) 8,741 19.70%

240 of 240 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 43rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Maxine Waters (D) 63,908 72.35%
Omar Navarro (R) 12,522 14.18%
Frank T. Demartini (R) 6,156 6.97%
Edwin P. Duterte (R) 3,673 4.16%
Miguel Angel Zuniga (G) 2,074 2.35%

339 of 339 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 44th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Nanette Diaz Barragán (D) 39,453 65.51%
Aja L. Brown (D) 10,257 17.03%
Jazmina Saavedra (R) 6,153 10.22%
Stacey Dash (R) 4,361 7.24%

314 of 314 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
United States Representative, 47th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Alan Lowenthal (D) 46,846 68.19%
John Briscoe (R) 12,776 18.60%
David Michael Clifford (R) 9,073 13.21%

202 of 202 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
State Senator
Candidates to Succeed Josh Newman If He Is Recalled. (Unexpired Term Ending December 7, 2020 )
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ling Ling Chang (R) 7,583 32.76%
Joseph Cho (D) 5,608 24.23%
Bruce Whitaker (R) 3,534 15.27%
Josh Ferguson (D) 3,290 14.21%
Kevin Carr (D) 1,845 7.97%
George C. Shen (R) 1,285 5.55%

80 of 80 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Senate District 29 Special Recall Election
Shall JOSH NEWMAN be recalled (removed) from the office of State Senator?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes (Y) 12,744 56.22%
No (N) 9,926 43.78%

80 of 80 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast | Voter Nominated
State Senator, 18th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Bob Hertzberg (D) 72,462 66.29%
Rudy Melendez (R) 12,564 11.49%
Roger James Sayegh (D) 12,238 11.20%
Brandon Saario (R) 12,048 11.02%

357 of 357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
State Senator, 20th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Connie Leyva (D) 6,943 54.98%
Matthew Munson (R) 3,437 27.22%
Paul Vincent Avila (D) 2,249 17.81%

53 of 53 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
State Senator, 22nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Mike Eng (D) 38,051 45.32%
Susan Rubio (D) 22,136 26.36%
Monica Garcia (D) 17,404 20.73%
Ruben Sierra (D) 6,377 7.59%

371 of 371 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
State Senator, 24th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Maria Elena Durazo (D) 63,719 69.80%
Peter Choi (D) 27,566 30.20%

320 of 320 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
State Senator, 26th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ben Allen (D) 144,283 76.77%
Baron Bruno (N) 23,119 12.30%
Mark Matthew Herd (L) 20,534 10.93%

543 of 543 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
State Senator, 30th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Holly J. Mitchell (D) 93,078 100.00%

430 of 430 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
State Senator, 32nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Rita Topalian (R) 26,503 23.87%
Bob J. Archuleta (D) 20,157 18.15%
Vanessa Delgado (D) 17,538 15.79%
Tony Mendoza (D) 11,110 10.00%
Ion Sarega (R) 10,781 9.71%
Vicky Santana (D) 7,688 6.92%
Ali S. Taj (D) 5,723 5.15%
Rudy Bermudez (D) 5,148 4.64%
Vivian Romero (D) 4,987 4.49%
David Castellanos (D) 1,412 1.27%

421 of 421 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
State Senator, 32nd District (Unexpired Term Ending December 3, 2018)
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Rita Topalian (R) 26,773 24.63%
Vanessa Delgado (D) 17,827 16.40%
Tony Mendoza (D) 15,671 14.41%
Bob J. Archuleta (D) 13,182 12.12%
Ion Sarega (R) 9,878 9.09%
Vicky Santana (D) 7,424 6.83%
Ali S. Taj (D) 6,393 5.88%
Vivian Romero (D) 5,025 4.62%
Rudy Bermudez (D) 4,812 4.43%
John Paul Drayer (D) 1,177 1.08%
Darren Joseph Gendron (D) 560 .52%

421 of 421 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
State Senator, 34th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Janet Nguyen (R) 9,435 55.92%
Tom Umberg (D) 4,450 26.38%
Jestin L. Samson (D) 1,502 8.90%
Akash A. Hawkins (D) 1,484 8.80%

34 of 34 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the Assembly
Member of the State Assembly, 36th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Tom Lackey (R) 28,880 58.18%
Steve Fox (D) 20,758 41.82%

162 of 162 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 38th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Dante Acosta (R) 34,125 52.28%
Christy Smith (D) 31,145 47.72%

158 of 158 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 39th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Luz Maria Rivas (D) 20,453 43.91%
Ricardo Antonio Benitez (R) 11,679 25.07%
Patty Lopez (D) 6,783 14.56%
Antonio Sanchez (D) 4,705 10.10%
Patrea Patrick (D) 1,740 3.74%
Bonnie Corwin (D) 1,220 2.62%

173 of 173 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 39th District (Unexpired Term Ending December 3, 2018)
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Luz Maria Rivas (D) 31,851 70.75%
Ricardo Antonio Benitez (R) 13,165 29.25%

173 of 173 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 41st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Chris Holden (D) 47,903 65.32%
Alan S. Reynolds (N) 16,412 22.38%
Kenneth (Kenny) Rotter (D) 9,026 12.31%

172 of 172 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 43rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Laura Friedman (D) 58,310 100.00%

213 of 213 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 44th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jacqui Irwin (D) 1,141 51.49%
Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy (R) 1,022 46.12%
Robert Zelinsky (D) 53 2.39%

6 of 6 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 45th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jesse Gabriel (D) 30,884 43.73%
Justin M. Clark (R) 22,485 31.83%
Tricia Robbins Kasson (D) 5,250 7.43%
Ankur Patel (D) 4,516 6.39%
Jeff Bornstein (D) 4,001 5.66%
Daniel Brin (D) 2,415 3.42%
Ray Bishop (D) 1,079 1.53%

191 of 191 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 45th District (Unexpired Term Ending December 3, 2018)
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jesse Gabriel (D) 45,894 65.78%
Justin M. Clark (R) 23,878 34.22%

191 of 191 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 46th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Adrin Nazarian (D) 51,896 79.15%
Roxanne Beckford Hoge (R) 13,672 20.85%

192 of 192 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 48th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Blanca E. Rubio (D) 33,144 100.00%

197 of 197 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 49th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ed Chau (D) 35,365 68.97%
Burton Brink (R) 15,910 31.03%

180 of 180 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 50th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Richard Bloom (D) 79,458 100.00%

289 of 289 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 51st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Wendy Carrillo (D) 42,547 100.00%

187 of 187 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 52nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Freddie Rodriguez (D) 6,900 53.61%
Toni Holle (R) 3,177 24.68%
Frank C. Guzman (D) 2,454 19.07%
Ben W. Gibbins (L) 340 2.64%

53 of 53 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 53rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Miguel Santiago (D) 24,134 68.97%
Kevin Hee Young Jang (D) 5,779 16.52%
Michael A. Lewis (L) 2,710 7.75%
Rae Elisabeth Henry (D) 2,367 6.76%

132 of 132 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 54th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Sydney K. Kamlager (D) 41,838 55.53%
Tepring Michelle Piquado (D) 11,615 15.42%
Glen Ratcliff (R) 9,359 12.42%
Steve Dunwoody (D) 6,409 8.51%
Lamar Lyons (D) 4,899 6.50%
Breon Dupree Hollie (D) 1,223 1.62%

248 of 248 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 55th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Phillip Chen (R) 11,361 46.29%
Gregg D. Fritchle (D) 6,510 26.53%
Melissa Fazli (D) 4,436 18.08%
James G. Gerbus (R) 1,620 6.60%
Scott Lebda (R) 614 2.50%

79 of 79 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 57th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Ian C. Calderon (D) 27,136 46.62%
Jessica Martinez (R) 13,824 23.75%
Oscar J. Llamas (R) 9,025 15.51%
Justin Joshua Valero (D) 6,829 11.73%
Blake Sullivan Carter (D) 1,393 2.39%

226 of 226 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 58th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Cristina Garcia (D) 14,509 28.89%
Mike Simpfenderfer (R) 13,246 26.38%
Pedro Aceituno (D) 6,386 12.72%
Karla V. Salazar (D) 4,603 9.17%
Friné (Lore) Medrano (D) 4,447 8.85%
Ivan Altamirano (D) 3,809 7.58%
John Paul Drayer (D) 1,653 3.29%
Miguel Angel Alvarado (D) 1,568 3.12%

213 of 213 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 59th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D) 19,188 76.80%
Leslie Hagan-Morgan (D) 5,797 23.20%

170 of 170 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 62nd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Autumn Burke (D) 53,479 80.85%
Al L. Hernandez (R) 12,668 19.15%

257 of 257 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 63rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Anthony Rendon (D) 18,047 46.61%
Maria D. Estrada (D) 11,252 29.06%
Adam Joshua Miller (R) 9,419 24.33%

177 of 177 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 64th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Mike A. Gipson (D) 29,422 100.00%

221 of 221 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 66th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Al Muratsuchi (D) 47,976 50.87%
Frank A. Scotto (R) 40,727 43.18%
Caney Arnold (D) 5,612 5.95%

231 of 231 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Member of the State Assembly, 70th District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Patrick O'Donnell (D) 41,480 59.58%
Honor "Mimi" Robson (L) 11,779 16.92%
Elliot Ruben Gonzales (D) 9,304 13.36%
Rachel Alexandra Bruhnke (G) 7,062 10.14%

230 of 230 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Voter Nominated
Superintendent Public Inst
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Tony K. Thurmond (N) 493,950 39.76%
Marshall Tuck (N) 413,726 33.31%
Lily (Espinoza) Ploski (N) 218,544 17.59%
Steven Ireland (N) 115,999 9.34%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
State Measures
State Measure 68
AUTHORIZES BONDS FUNDING PARKS, NATURAL RESOURCES PROTECTION, CLIMATE ADAPTATION, WATER QUALITY AND SUPPLY, AND FLOOD PROTECTION. Authorizes $4 billion in general obligation bonds for: parks, natural resources protection, climate adaptation, water quality and supply, and flood protection. Fiscal Impact: Increased state bond repayment costs averaging $200 million annually over 40 years. Local government savings for natural resources-related projects, likely averaging several tens of millions of dollars annually over the next few decades.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 831,558 62.21%
No 505,058 37.79%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
State Measure 69
REQUIRES THAT CERTAIN NEW TRANSPORTATION REVENUES BE USED FOR TRANSPORTATION PURPOSES. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Requires that certain revenues generated by a 2017 transportation funding law be used only for transportation purposes and generally prohibits Legislature from diverting funds to other purposes. Fiscal Impact: No direct effect on the amount of state and local revenues or costs but could affect how some monies are spent.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,089,658 81.46%
No 248,044 18.54%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
State Measure 70
REQUIRES LEGISLATIVE SUPERMAJORITY VOTE APPROVING USE OF CAP-AND-TRADE RESERVE FUND. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Beginning in 2024, requires that cap-and-trade revenues accumulate in a reserve fund until the Legislature, by a two-thirds majority, authorizes use of the revenues. Fiscal Impact: Beginning in 2024, potential temporary increase in state sales tax revenue, ranging from none to a few hundred million dollars annually, and possible changes in how revenue from sale of greenhouse gas emission permits is spent.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 399,253 31.18%
No 881,163 68.82%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
State Measure 71
SETS EFFECTIVE DATE FOR BALLOT MEASURES. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Provides that ballot measures approved by a majority of voters shall take effect five days after the Secretary of State certifies the results of the election. Fiscal Impact: Likely little or no effect on state and local finances.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,029,038 79.22%
No 269,932 20.78%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
State Measure 72
PERMITS LEGISLATURE TO EXCLUDE NEWLY CONSTRUCTED RAIN-CAPTURE SYSTEMS FROM PROPERTY-TAX REASSESSMENT REQUIREMENT. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Permits Legislature to allow construction of rain-capture systems, completed on or after January 1, 2019, without requiring property-tax reassessment. Fiscal Impact: Probably minor reduction in annual property tax revenues to local governments.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,117,733 84.23%
No 209,335 15.77%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Sheriff
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jim McDonnell (N) 579,213 47.57%
Alex Villanueva (N) 407,679 33.48%
Robert ("Bob") Lindsey (N) 230,615 18.94%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Assessor
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Jeffrey Prang (N) 558,797 47.65%
John "Lower Taxes" Loew (N) 276,552 23.58%
Sandy Sun (N) 230,669 19.67%
Krish Indra Kumar (N) 106,783 9.10%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Board of Supervisors
Supervisor 1st District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Hilda L. Solis (N) 158,471 100.00%

756 of 756 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Supervisor 3rd District
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Sheila Kuehl (N) 197,852 75.50%
Eric Preven (N) 36,618 13.97%
Daniel G. Glaser (N) 27,570 10.52%

867 of 867 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge Superior Court
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 4
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
A. Verónica Sauceda (N) 535,416 46.76%
Alfred A. Coletta (N) 481,525 42.05%
Matthew Schonbrun (N) 128,111 11.19%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 16
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Sydne Jane Michel (N) 430,548 39.02%
Patricia (Patti) Hunter (N) 418,634 37.94%
Hubert S. Yun (N) 254,191 23.04%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 20
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Wendy Segall (N) 592,102 53.37%
Mary Ann Escalante (N) 517,252 46.63%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 60
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Tony J. Cho (N) 506,865 45.83%
Holly L. Hancock (N) 418,553 37.84%
Ben Colella (N) 180,587 16.33%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 63
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Malcolm H. Mackey (N) 839,037 77.17%
Anthony Lewis (N) 248,263 22.83%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 67
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Maria Lucy Armendariz (N) 670,507 60.66%
Dennis P. Vincent (N) 226,390 20.48%
Onica Valle Cole (N) 208,478 18.86%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 71
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Danielle R. A. Gibbons (N) 585,786 53.78%
David A. Berger (N) 503,393 46.22%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 113
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Javier Perez (N) 447,838 41.38%
Michael P. Ribons (N) 368,553 34.05%
Steven Schreiner (N) 265,939 24.57%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 118
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Troy Davis (N) 632,652 58.31%
David D. Diamond (N) 452,286 41.69%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 126
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Rene Caldwell Gilbertson (N) 635,811 58.12%
Ken Fuller (N) 354,610 32.42%
Shlomo Frieman (N) 103,516 9.46%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 146
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Emily Theresa Spear (N) 661,775 61.85%
Armando Durón (N) 408,262 38.15%

4,357 of 4,357 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Cities
Burbank City Special Municipal Election - Measure T
Measure T. To maintain essential City services/infrastructure like police, fire, parks, libraries, streets and street lighting, shall the measure be adopted amending the City of Burbank Charter to continue the past practice of transferring not more than 7% of Burbank Water and Power's gross annual sales of electricity, paid by retail electric rate payers, providing approximately $12.5 million annually to the City's General Fund until ended by voters, with all money spent to benefit Burbank residents?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 15,969 81.10%
No 3,721 18.90%

48 of 48 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Burbank City Special Municipal Election - Measure V
Measure V. To increase voter participation in City of Burbank elections, shall the measure be adopted amending City of Burbank Charter: 1.) changing City's odd-numbered year general elections to November of even-numbered years coinciding with State/Federal elections and conforming to state law; 2.) eliminating City's primary election; 3.) extending elected City official terms, one time, by one year and eight months to transition to even-numbered year elections; 4.) simplifying the election process in the Charter?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 15,808 81.13%
No 3,676 18.87%

48 of 48 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Burbank City Special Municipal Election - Measure Y
Measure Y. To comply with state law to increase voter participation, Burbank Unified School District is changing its Board elections from odd-numbered years to even-numbered years and will conduct their own elections in conjunction with Los Angeles County's Election Division. Shall the measure be adopted amending the City of Burbank Charter to clarify that BUSD Board elections will be conducted according to state law election procedures, rather than the City's election procedures?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 15,999 82.41%
No 3,414 17.59%

48 of 48 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Claremont City Special Municipal Election - Measure SC
MEASURE SC: Shall the measure to impose an ad valorem tax on real property located in the City of Claremont at the maximum rate of $30.33 per $100,000 of assessed value, for a maximum term of 25 years, to annually raise an estimated $1.55 million through the sale of general obligation bonds with net proceeds of $23.5 million for construction of a new City police facility that will replace the existing 45-year old substandard police building, be adopted?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 5,603 57.69%
No 4,109 42.31%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast
Glendale City Special Municipal Election - Measure P
CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. P. To improve and increase voter participation, shall the City Charter be amended to change the date of the general municipal election from April in odd numbered years to coincide with the statewide primary election in even numbered years beginning in March 2020 (or as determined by the state legislature) and remove reference to the board of education to reflect recent changes in the election process?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 20,005 83.06%
No 4,080 16.94%

80 of 80 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Huntington Park City Special Municipal Election - Measure S
MEASURE S: CITY OF HUNTINGTON PARK CITY SERVICES PROTECTION MEASURE. To maintain and improve services such as 911 emergency services, public safety, senior services, community programs and prevent significant cuts to essential services, by funding general City services including hiring additional police 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 2,683 74.86%
No 901 25.14%

16 of 16 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Inglewood City Special Municipal Election - Measure SE
CHARTER AMENDMENT. Shall the Inglewood City Charter be amended to: (1) change the City's General Municipal Election date for all elective offices to a Statewide Election date commencing in 2020; (2) extend the terms of office of all affected officials one-time and by one year to transition to the new election date; and (3) change the runoff election date to an established election date?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 9,452 73.76%
No 3,363 26.24%

62 of 62 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Long Beach City Special Municipal Election - Measure M
City of Long Beach Utility Revenue Transfer Charter Amendment. To maintain general City services like 9-1-1 emergency response, police/fire protection, street/pothole repairs, senior services, parks and libraries, shall the City of Long Beach amend its Charter to authorize annual fund transfers from the City's water, sewer and gas utilities to the General Fund not to exceed 12% of utility gross revenues, generating approximately $25,500,000 annually for unrestricted general revenue purposes, requiring annual independent audits, until ended by voters?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 35,651 53.76%
No 30,659 46.24%

221 of 221 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Monrovia City Special Municipal Election - Measure TT
Shall an ordinance, placed on the ballot by the City Council, be adopted to increase the rate of the City's existing transient occupancy tax, paid only by visitors to the City, from ten percent (10%) to twelve percent (12%) to raise an additional $400,000 per year in revenue to fund general City services such as public safety, parks and recreation, and senior services?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 4,356 65.82%
No 2,262 34.18%

17 of 17 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Pasadena City Special Municipal Election - Measure AA
Shall the Pasadena City Charter be amended consistent with state law to: 1) change the City's primary and general election dates to coincide with statewide primary and general election dates, beginning with the November 2018 general election; 2) extend the current terms for the Mayor and Councilmembers by 19 months on a one-time basis in order to transition to the statewide election cycle; and 3) move the Mayor's thematic budget message to February?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 21,470 83.01%
No 4,394 16.99%

60 of 60 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Pasadena City Special Municipal Election - Measure CC
Shall an ordinance be adopted to allow a limited number of commercial cannabis businesses to operate in Pasadena, subject to business, health and land use regulations, and to repeal the City of Pasadena's current ban on commercial cannabis businesses, provided that: (1) the ordinance shall not take effect unless voters approve a Cannabis Business Tax, and (2) the City Council retains authority to amend existing ordinances and adopt future ordinances regarding commercial cannabis business activities?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 16,099 60.82%
No 10,370 39.18%

60 of 60 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Pasadena City Special Municipal Election - Measure DD
Shall the City tax cannabis (marijuana) businesses at annual rates not to exceed $10.00 per canopy square foot for cultivation (adjustable for inflation), 6% of gross receipts for retail cannabis businesses, and 4% for all other cannabis businesses, to fund unrestricted general revenue purposes such as police, fire, roads and recreation; which is expected to generate an estimated $1.4 to $2.1 million annually and will be levied until repealed by the voters or City Council?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 19,699 75.95%
No 6,237 24.05%

60 of 60 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Rolling Hills Estates City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Britt Huff (N) 1,199 34.98%
Steven Zuckerman (N) 1,146 33.43%
Robert Medawar (N) 1,083 31.59%

6 of 6 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two
Rolling Hills Estates City Special Municipal Election - Measure A
BUSINESS LICENSE TRANSPARENCY/TAX EQUITY MEASURE Shall an ordinance to simplify the City of Rolling Hills Estates' existing business license ordinance be adopted, eliminating outdated classifications and updating business license tax rates to either flat rate, or 0.05% - 0.4% of gross receipts (depending on business type) generating approximately $200,000 annually, dedicated to local, unrestricted general revenue purposes, including sheriff's patrols; 911 response; park/street maintenance; requiring local control of all funds and annual independent audits, until ended by voters?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,776 79.61%
No 455 20.39%

6 of 6 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Temple City Special Municipal Election - Measure VP
Temple City Voter Participation Compliance Measure: To comply with State law intended to increase voting participation in local elections and save money on election costs, shall the Temple City Charter be amended to change the date for Temple City municipal elections from the first Tuesday after the first Monday of March in odd numbered years to the first Tuesday after the first Monday of March in even numbered years (which does not otherwise grant the City new powers)?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 3,285 76.93%
No 985 23.07%

14 of 14 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Torrance City General Municipal Election City Clerk
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Rebecca Poirier (N) 22,576 100.00%

67 of 67 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Torrance City General Municipal Election City Treasurer
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Dana Cortez (N) 22,397 100.00%

67 of 67 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Torrance City General Municipal Election Mayor
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Pat Furey (N) 12,968 46.43%
Tom Brewer (N) 10,844 38.83%
Ron Riggs (N) 4,117 14.74%

67 of 67 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Torrance City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Tim Goodrich (N) 13,620 21.64%
George Chen (N) 11,945 18.98%
Aurelio Mattucci (N) 11,230 17.84%
Kurt Weideman (N) 10,845 17.23%
Bill Sutherland (N) 9,909 15.75%
Jimmy Gow (N) 5,382 8.55%

67 of 67 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
Schools
Beverly Hills Unified School District Special Election - Measure BH
To improve aging Beverly Hills schools, upgrade/replace inefficient heating, cooling/electrical systems, classrooms, libraries/science labs, deteriorating restrooms/leaky roofs, provide modern classroom technology/science equipment, shall this Beverly Hills Unified School District measure be adopted to upgrade, construct/acquire classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment, and issue $385,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, levy on average 4.4 cents/$100 assessed value, $23,700,000 annually for school repairs while bonds are outstanding, require taxpayer oversight, annual audits/all funds for Beverly Hills schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 3,630 60.76%
No 2,344 39.24%

21 of 21 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast
Hawthorne School District Special Election - Measure HSD
HAWTHORNE SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL REPAIR/IMPROVEMENT MEASURE. To repair aging classrooms, ensure student health, safety and achievement and keep pace with technology, upgrade aging plumbing, electrical, lighting, heating/ventilation, safety/security systems, shall this Hawthorne School District measure be adopted to repair, construct, acquire classrooms, sites/equipment, and issue $59,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, levy on average 3 cents/$100 assessed value ($3,000,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, require independent audits/oversight, and all money for local schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 4,076 74.14%
No 1,422 25.86%

29 of 29 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast
Inglewood Unified School District Special Election - Measure ID
CHARTER AMENDMENT. Shall the Inglewood City Charter be amended to: (1) change the City's General Municipal Election date for all elective offices to a Statewide Election date commencing in 2020; (2) extend the terms of office of all affected officials one-time and by one year to transition to the new election date; and (3) change the runoff election date to an established election date?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 10,957 74.77%
No 3,698 25.23%

63 of 63 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Little Lake City School District Special Election - Measure LL
To provide upgrades to facilities, keep schools clean, safe and well-maintained, improve classroom technology, maintain up-to-date textbooks, instructional materials in English, math, science, history, continue funding art/music programs and provide local funding that the State can't take away, shall Little Lake City School District renew, without increasing, its expiring voter approved tax raising $370,000 annually through a $48 per parcel tax for five years with independent oversight, no funds for administrators' salaries and a senior citizen exemption?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 2,689 67.38%
No 1,302 32.62%

18 of 18 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast
Manhattan Beach Unified School District Special Election - Measure MB
MANHATTAN BEACH UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT ACADEMICS AND TEACHER PROTECTION MEASURE: To maintain quality education, keep Manhattan Beach schools among California's best, offset severe state funding shortfalls and provide $2,650,000 annually the state cannot take away, to: Attract and retain high-quality teachers; Maintain manageable class sizes; Protect quality math, science, reading, art/music programs, shall Manhattan Beach Unified School District levy $225 per parcel annually, expiring in six years, with senior exemptions, independent oversight/audits, no money for administrators, and all funds staying local?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 7,769 69.25%
No 3,449 30.75%

22 of 22 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast
Pasadena Area Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 1
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Sandra Chen Lau (N) 8,572 60.12%
Ross S. Selvidge (N) 5,685 39.88%

44 of 44 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Pasadena Area Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 3
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Berlinda J. Brown (N) 5,225 82.08%
Roger Eric Martinez (N) 1,141 17.92%

22 of 22 precincts reporting (100.00%)
Pasadena Unified School District Special Election - Measure BB
Shall the Pasadena City Charter be amended consistent with state law to: 1) change the Pasadena Unified School District's election dates to coincide with statewide general election dates, utilizing the plurality voting format, beginning with the November 2020 general election; 2) extend the current terms of Board Members by 19 months on a one-time basis in order to transition to the statewide election cycle; and 3) change the timing of the Board President's annual address to May?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 34,549 85.07%
No 6,064 14.93%

94 of 94 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Wiseburn Unified School District Special Election - Measure W
To maintain all K-12 classrooms and labs; upgrade facilities to better prepare students for college and careers; provide 21st century learning technology; and otherwise continue improving our elementary, middle and high schools, shall Wiseburn Unified School District issue $29,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, projected tax rates of 1.9 cents per $100 of assessed valuation, estimated levies averaging $2.1 million annually through approximately 2042, citizens' oversight, audits, NO funds for administrators' salaries, and ALL funds benefiting local schools?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
Yes 1,631 53.16%
No 1,437 46.84%

14 of 14 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 55% of votes cast
Party Key | (A) - American Independent | (D) - Democratic | (G) - Green | (L) - Libertarian | (N) - Non Partisan | (P) - Peace and Freedom | (R) - Republican |