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Los Angeles County Election Results
Local and Municipal Elections
November 05, 2019
Election Statistics
Statistic Count
Total Registrations 208,480
Total Precincts 74
Precinct Statistics
Statistic Count Percent
Precincts Reporting 74 100.00%
Precincts Remaining 0 .00%
Ballot Distribution
Statistic Count Percent
Vote by Mail Ballots 31,904 69.22%
Poll Ballots 14,189 30.78%

Results as of 11/14/2019 10:44:17 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 5 Vote by Mail precincts.

Due to a judgment entered by the Los Angeles County Superior Court on September 10, 2019, the governing board member election for Compton Unified School District has been removed from the November 5, 2019 Local and Municipal Elections cycle and re-scheduled for the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election. Due to the cancellation, a total of 44 precincts are included in this election.

Contests
Cities
CLAREMONT CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE CR
MEASURE CR: Shall the measure providing general revenue to: maintain existing City services including public safety, youth/senior programs and special events; repair and replace infrastructure and facilities; maintain right-of-way landscaping, parks, and trees; address rising operational costs; restore reserves and improve the financial health of the City, by setting a permanent three-quarter cent (0.75%) transactions (sales) and use tax, resulting in approximately $2,500,000 annually, for Claremont services, programs, and projects, be adopted?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 4,011 50.89%
YES 3,870 49.11%

4 of 4 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
HERMOSA BEACH CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION City Treasurer
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
KAREN S. NOWICKI (N) 3,033 100.00%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%)
HERMOSA BEACH CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
JUSTIN MASSEY (N) 2,655 40.33%
MICHAEL DETOY (N) 2,545 38.66%
TRENT LARSON (N) 1,383 21.01%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two
HERMOSA BEACH CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE CC
Shall the office of city clerk be appointive?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 2,463 66.60%
NO 1,235 33.40%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
HERMOSA BEACH CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE H
Shall an ordinance be adopted increasing the transient occupancy tax (hotel bed tax) paid by hotel/motel guests from 12% to 14% of room revenue raising approximately $550,000 annually to be controlled and used locally for general municipal services in Hermosa Beach such as police, fire, and paramedic services, infrastructure/street repairs, and park upgrades, until ended by voters?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 3,067 77.94%
NO 868 22.06%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
IRWINDALE CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE I
To maintain City of Irwindale service levels including local police protection, 911 emergency response, public safety, senior citizen/park/transportation/recreation programs; maintain library services, and programs that create jobs/attract local businesses; fix potholes/streets; and other general City services; shall the measure enacting a three-quarters percent transactions and use sales tax to be levied annually to generate an estimated $1,180,000 until ended by voters be adopted requiring an ordinance, and funds only for Irwindale?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 117 60.62%
NO 76 39.38%

1 of 1 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
LA HABRA HEIGHTS CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
DENNIS M. LAHERTY (N) 701 33.41%
JANE L. WILLIAMS (N) 616 29.36%
KYLE MILLER (N) 530 25.26%
GINAROSE KIMBALL (N) 251 11.96%

1 of 1 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two
LONG BEACH CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council, 1st District (Unexpired term ending December 20, 2022)
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
MARY ZENDEJAS (N) 858 31.51%
MARIELA SALGADO (N) 695 25.52%
MISI TAGALOA (N) 513 18.84%
RAY MORQUECHO (N) 209 7.68%
JOE GANEM (N) 162 5.95%
ELLIOT GONZALES (N) 149 5.47%
SHELBYRAE BLACK (N) 79 2.90%
SHIRLEY HULING (N) 58 2.13%

5 of 5 precincts reporting (100.00%)
LYNWOOD CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE PS
Lynwood Public Safety and Vital City Services Protection Measure. To protect and maintain vital city police services, fire protection, street and pothole repair, parks and recreation programs; and other essential services, shall the City of Lynwood remove the 10 year sunset provision from the existing one cent sales and use tax? All funds remain in Lynwood.
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 1,384 76.25%
NO 431 23.75%

8 of 8 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
MONROVIA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE K
City of Monrovia - Keep Monrovia Revenue Local Sales and Use Tax. To keep local sales tax dollars in Monrovia to fund general city services, including community center improvements, police, fire, 911, senior services, parks, recreation, clean water and others, shall the Monrovia Transactions and Use Tax Ordinance of 2019, placed on the ballot by the City Council, be approved, imposing a 0.75% transactions and use (sales) tax to collect approximately $4.5 million annually spent only in Monrovia, with a Citizens Advisory Committee and annual spending plan?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 2,803 63.36%
NO 1,621 36.64%

5 of 5 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
PICO RIVERA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council (Unexpired term ending November 3, 2020)
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
MONICA SANCHEZ (N) 2,220 54.29%
ERIK LUTZ (N) 1,107 27.07%
DIEGO RUBALCAVA-ALVAREZ (N) 642 15.70%
FERNANDO SOTO (N) 120 2.93%

8 of 8 precincts reporting (100.00%)
RANCHO PALOS VERDES CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
DAVID BRADLEY (N) 5,023 22.94%
BARBARA FERRARO (N) 4,715 21.53%
KEN DYDA (N) 4,536 20.72%
DAVE EMENHISER (N) 4,087 18.67%
STEPHEN PERESTAM (N) 3,534 16.14%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three
RANCHO PALOS VERDES CITY MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE B
Shall the measure, known as the HOSPITALITY WORKING CONDITIONS ORDINANCE, placed on the ballot by initiative petition, applicable to large hotels, golf courses and amusement parks, and which enacts a wage floor of $15/hour (CPI adjustments), limits daily work hours, limits daily square footage of rooms cleaned, requires panic-buttons for employees, requires maintenance of detailed compliance records, prohibits employer retaliation against employees, requires employee notices, and imposes fines and attorneys' fees for violation, be adopted?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
NO 7,739 76.90%
YES 2,325 23.10%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
SAN MARINO CITY GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Member of the City Council
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
STEVE TALT (N) 1,686 51.32%
STEVEN HUANG (N) 1,599 48.68%

2 of 2 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two
SAN MARINO CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE SM
Shall the measure approving an ordinance to continue the Special Public Safety Tax for Paramedic Services, Fire Protection and Prevention and Police Protection in San Marino, providing approximately $3.4 million annually until 2025, continuing the existing rate structure calculating the maximum amount charged to each parcel type based primarily on its zoning and applying police, fire, and paramedic cost components specified in the exhibit to the ordinance, with increases strictly limited each year, be adopted?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 1,664 71.05%
NO 678 28.95%

2 of 2 precincts reporting (100.00%) | 2/3 of votes cast
SIERRA MADRE CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE S
SIERRA MADRE PUBLIC SAFETY, PARKS, FACILITIES, AND CITY SERVICES MEASURE. To maintain police, fire and paramedic response times; maintain police patrols, emergency planning and response; provide for parks, streets, sidewalks and parkway trees, library services, recreation programs, senior programs, and general finances, shall the City of Sierra Madre establish a 3/4¢ sales tax until ended by voters, providing approximately $225,000 annually with all revenue remaining in Sierra Madre for the benefit of its residents?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 1,975 80.91%
NO 466 19.09%

2 of 2 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
SOUTH PASADENA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE A
SOUTH PASADENA PUBLIC SAFETY, CITY SERVICES, AND ACCOUNTABILITY MEASURE. To maintain 9-1-1 emergency response times, including to home break-ins and thefts; neighborhood, school and park police patrols, fire/paramedic services, fire station operations, emergency preparedness; retain/attract local businesses; maintain streets/infrastructure; provide other general services and maintain City finances, shall the City of South Pasadena establish a 3/4¢ sales tax providing approximately $1,500,000 annually until ended by voters, all funds remaining in South Pasadena?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 2,985 67.32%
NO 1,449 32.68%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
SOUTH PASADENA CITY SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MEASURE C
APPOINTMENT OF CITY CLERK. Shall the office of city clerk be appointive?
Candidate(s) Votes Percent
YES 2,610 60.50%
NO 1,704 39.50%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast
Party Key | (N) - Non Partisan |