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Election Results California June 2018 Primary

The California election results are updated as often as new data is received from county elections offices after the polls close at 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. Many ballots are not counted on Election Day; county elections officials plan to complete their work by December 7, 2018.

As of this morning, 100% of the precincts in the state of California have submitted results. Although the count is not yet final, thus far, according to the California Secretary of State, the top two candidates for each of the races held in California's November 2018 General Election are as follows:

California November 2018 General Election Results:

Governor

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Gavin Newsom (D)

1,343,792

69.87%

John H. Cox (R)

579,562

30.13%

Lieutenant Governor

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Eleni Kounalakis (D)

850,283

50.11%

Ed Hernandez (D)

846,683

49.89%

Secretary of State

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Alex Padilla (D)

1,374,787

72.46%

Mark P. Meuser (R)

522,419

27.54%

Controller

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Betty T. Yee (D)

1,376,380

72.91%

Konstantinos Roditis (R)

511,482

27.09%

Treasurer

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Fiona Ma (D)

1,348,734

71.63%

Greg Conlon (R)

534,144

28.37%

AttorneyGeneral

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Xavier Becerra (D)

1,359,150

71.71%

Steven C Bailey (R)

536,103

28.29%

Insurance Commissioner

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ricardo Lara (D)

1,076,352

60.35%

Steve Poizner (N)

707,310

39.65%

Board of Equalization

Member State Board of Equalization 1st District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tom Hallinan (D)

140,526

57.61%

Ted Gaines (R)

103,408

42.39%

Member State Board of Equalization 3rd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tony Vazquez (D)

1,092,899

70.15%

G. Rick Marshall (R)

465,119

29.85%

United States Senator

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Dianne Feinstein (D)

1,027,582

58.43%

Kevin De Leon (D)

731,007

41.57%

U.S. Representative

United States Representative, 23rd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Kevin McCarthy (R)

8,925

57.19%

Tatiana Matta (D)

6,681

42.81%

United States Representative, 25th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Katie Hill (D)

67,102

52.15%

Steve Knight (R)

61,570

47.85%

United States Representative, 26th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Julia Brownley (D)

1,727

54.33%

Antonio Sabato, Jr. (R)

1,452

45.67%

United States Representative, 27th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Judy Chu (D)

99,584

79.43%

Bryan Witt (D)

25,785

20.57%

United States Representative, 28th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Adam B. Schiff (D)

127,153

76.44%

Johnny J. Nalbandian (R)

39,188

23.56%

United States Representative, 29th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tony Cardenas (D)

78,470

79.21%

Benito Benny Bernal (R)

20,592

20.79%

United States Representative, 30th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Brad Sherman (D)

123,961

71.44%

Mark S. Reed (R)

49,557

28.56%

United States Representative, 32nd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Grace Flores Napolitano (D)

79,335

66.70%

Joshua M. Scott (R)

39,600

33.30%

United States Representative, 33rd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ted W. Lieu (D)

144,380

68.00%

Kenneth Weston Wright (R)

67,939

32.00%

United States Representative, 34th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jimmy Gomez (D)

70,695

74.19%

Kenneth Mejia (G)

24,593

25.81%

United States Representative, 35th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Norma J. Torres (D)

14,734

73.83%

Christian Leonel Valiente (R)

5,223

26.17%

United States Representative, 37th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Karen Bass (D)

134,719

88.23%

Ron J. Bassilian (R)

17,972

11.77%

United States Representative, 38th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Linda T. Sánchez (D)

89,286

67.27%

Ryan Downing (R)

43,434

32.73%

United States Representative, 39th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Gil Cisneros (D)

22,105

56.20%

Young Kim (R)

17,225

43.80%

United States Representative, 40th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Lucille Roybal-Allard (D)

61,357

77.85%

Rodolfo Cortes Barragan (G)

17,454

22.15%

United States Representative, 43rd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Maxine Waters (D)

97,911

75.84%

Omar Navarro (R)

31,188

24.16%

United States Representative, 44th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Nanette Diaz Barragán (D)

65,748

69.42%

Aja L. Brown (D)

28,961

30.58%

United States Representative, 47th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Alan Lowenthal (D)

60,072

69.32%

John Briscoe (R)

26,583

30.68%

State Senator

State Senator, 18th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Bob Hertzberg (D)

124,683

76.56%

Rudy Melendez (R)

38,164

23.44%

State Senator, 20th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Connie Leyva (D)

14,750

74.19%

Matthew Munson (R)

5,131

25.81%

State Senator, 22nd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Susan Rubio (D)

67,903

52.70%

Mike Eng (D)

60,940

47.30%

State Senator, 24th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Maria Elena Durazo (D)

88,652

66.95%

Peter Choi (D)

43,761

33.05%

State Senator, 26th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ben Allen (D)

194,988

75.63%

Baron Bruno (N)

62,828

24.37%

State Senator, 30th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Holly J. Mitchell (D)

147,779

100.00%

State Senator, 32nd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Bob J. Archuleta (D)

109,628

65.36%

Rita Topalian (R)

58,110

34.64%

State Senator, 34th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tom Umberg (D)

11,167

52.69%

Janet Nguyen (R)

10,025

47.31%

Member of the Assembly

Member of the State Assembly, 36th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tom Lackey (R)

38,378

53.91%

Steve Fox (D)

32,805

46.09%

Member of the State Assembly, 38th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Christy Smith (D)

46,477

50.87%

Dante Acosta (R)

44,886

49.13%

Member of the State Assembly, 39th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Luz Maria Rivas (D)

54,329

75.58%

Ricardo Antonio Benitez (R)

17,553

24.42%

Member of the State Assembly, 41st District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Chris Holden (D)

64,535

67.48%

Alan S. Reynolds (N)

31,095

32.52%

Member of the State Assembly, 43rd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Laura Friedman (D)

82,821

100.00%

Member of the State Assembly, 44th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jacqui Irwin (D)

1,626

52.00%

Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy (R)

1,501

48.00%

Member of the State Assembly, 45th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jesse Gabriel (D)

69,027

67.64%

Justin M. Clark (R)

33,020

32.36%

Member of the State Assembly, 46th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Adrin Nazarian (D)

70,893

77.93%

Roxanne Beckford Hoge (R)

20,079

22.07%

Member of the State Assembly, 48th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Blanca E. Rubio (D)

59,835

100.00%

Member of the State Assembly, 49th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ed Chau (D)

48,506

68.85%

Burton Brink (R)

21,946

31.15%

Member of the State Assembly, 50th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Richard Bloom (D)

110,856

100.00%

Member of the State Assembly, 51st District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Wendy Carrillo (D)

65,644

86.32%

Christopher Stare (L)

10,405

13.68%

Member of the State Assembly, 52nd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Freddie Rodriguez (D)

14,994

75.38%

Toni Holle (R)

4,896

24.62%

Member of the State Assembly, 53rd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Miguel Santiago (D)

35,656

71.07%

Kevin Hee Young Jang (D)

14,512

28.93%

Member of the State Assembly, 54th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Sydney K. Kamlager (D)

63,234

63.66%

Tepring Michelle Piquado (D)

36,094

36.34%

Member of the State Assembly, 55th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Gregg D. Fritchle (D)

15,728

50.75%

Phillip Chen (R)

15,263

49.25%

Member of the State Assembly, 57th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ian C. Calderon (D)

55,242

62.99%

Jessica Martinez (R)

32,451

37.01%

Member of the State Assembly, 58th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Cristina Garcia (D)

54,734

68.43%

Mike Simpfenderfer (R)

25,254

31.57%

Member of the State Assembly, 59th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D)

31,032

68.35%

Leslie Hagan-Morgan (D)

14,371

31.65%

Member of the State Assembly, 62nd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Autumn Burke (D)

80,266

81.70%

Al L. Hernandez (R)

17,978

18.30%

Member of the State Assembly, 63rd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Anthony Rendon (D)

33,860

56.14%

Maria D. Estrada (D)

26,449

43.86%

Member of the State Assembly, 64th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Mike A. Gipson (D)

55,035

84.37%

Theresa Sanford (R)

10,196

15.63%

Member of the State Assembly, 66th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Al Muratsuchi (D)

71,439

57.77%

Frank A. Scotto (R)

52,218

42.23%

Member of the State Assembly, 70th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Patrick O'Donnell (D)

66,230

71.75%

Honor "Mimi" Robson (L)

26,083

28.25%

Supreme Court Justices

For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - Carol A. Corrigan

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,035,542

68.47%

No

476,952

31.53%

For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - Leondra R. Kruger

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,094,201

73.71%

No

390,266

26.29%

Appellate Court Justices

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Five - Carl H. Moor

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

973,752

69.74%

No

422,461

30.26%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Five - Dorothy C. Kim

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,051,794

74.08%

No

368,019

25.92%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Five - Lamar W. Baker

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

983,621

71.85%

No

385,320

28.15%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Four - Thomas Willhite

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

880,817

62.99%

No

517,530

37.01%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division One - Victoria G. Chaney

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,056,053

72.09%

No

408,855

27.91%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division One - Helen Bendix

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,125,374

77.31%

No

330,213

22.69%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Seven - Gail R. Feuer

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,001,915

71.73%

No

394,942

28.27%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Seven - John L. Segal

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

980,608

70.64%

No

407,520

29.36%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Six - Martin J. Tangeman

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

950,470

69.02%

No

426,541

30.98%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Three - Anne H. Egerton

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,029,888

72.72%

No

386,269

27.28%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Three - Halim Dhanidina

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

922,596

65.79%

No

479,817

34.21%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Three - Luis A. Lavin

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,008,387

71.71%

No

397,805

28.29%

For Associate Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Two - Victoria M. Chavez

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,060,738

74.49%

No

363,301

25.51%

For Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Eight - Tricia A. Bigelow

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,023,559

73.18%

No

375,077

26.82%

For Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Four - Nora M. Manella

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,112,453

78.33%

No

307,678

21.67%

For Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Six - Arthur Gilbert

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

981,369

71.17%

No

397,505

28.83%

For Presiding Justice, Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Two - Elwood Lui

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,009,974

69.41%

No

445,023

30.59%

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tony K. Thurmond (N)

919,011

55.38%

Marshall Tuck (N)

740,448

44.62%

State Measures

State Measure 1

AUTHORIZES BONDS TO FUND SPECIFIED HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS. LEGISLATIVE STATUTE. Authorizes $4 billion in general obligation bonds for existing affordable housing programs for low-income residents, veterans, farmworkers, manufactured and mobile homes, infill, and transit-oriented housing. Fiscal Impact: Increased state costs to repay bonds averaging about $170 million annually over the next 35 years.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,136,225

62.34%

No

686,428

37.66%

State Measure 2

AUTHORIZES BONDS TO FUND EXISTING HOUSING PROGRAM FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS. LEGISLATIVE STATUTE. Amends Mental Health Services Act to fund No Place Like Home Program, which finances housing for individuals with mental illness. Ratifies existing law establishing the No Place Like Home Program. Fiscal Impact: Allows the state to use up to $140 million per year of county mental health funds to repay up to $2 billion in bonds. These bonds would fund housing for those with mental illness who are homeless.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,245,212

67.65%

No

595,542

32.35%

State Measure 3

AUTHORIZES BONDS TO FUND PROJECTS FOR WATER SUPPLY AND QUALITY, WATERSHED, FISH, WILDLIFE, WATER CONVEYANCE, AND GROUNDWATER SUSTAINABILITY AND STORAGE. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Authorizes $8.877 billion in state general obligation bonds for various infrastructure projects. Fiscal Impact: Increased state costs to repay bonds averaging $430 million per year over 40 years. Local government savings for water-related projects, likely averaging a couple hundred million dollars annually over the next few decades.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

895,439

48.83%

No

938,411

51.17%

State Measure 4

AUTHORIZES BONDS FUNDING CONSTRUCTION AT HOSPITALS PROVIDING CHILDREN'S HEALTH CARE. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Authorizes $1.5 billion in bonds, to be repaid from state's General Fund, to fund grants for construction, expansion, renovation, and equipping of qualifying children's hospitals. Fiscal Impact: Increased state costs to repay bonds averaging about $80 million annually over the next 35 years.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,263,046

67.84%

No

598,742

32.16%

State Measure 5

CHANGES REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN PROPERTY OWNERS TO TRANSFER THEIR PROPERTY TAX BASE TO REPLACEMENT PROPERTY. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE. Removes certain transfer requirements for homeowners over 55, severely disabled homeowners, and contaminated or disaster-destroyed property. Fiscal Impact: Schools and local governments each would lose over $100 million in annual property taxes early on, growing to about $1 billion per year. Similar increase in state costs to backfill school property tax losses.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

720,152

39.02%

No

1,125,398

60.98%

State Measure 6

ELIMINATES CERTAIN ROAD REPAIR AND TRANSPORTATION FUNDING. REQUIRES CERTAIN FUEL TAXES AND VEHICLE FEES BE APPROVED BY THE ELECTORATE. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Repeals a 2017 transportation law's taxes and fees designated for road repairs and public transportation. Fiscal Impact: Reduced ongoing revenues of $5.1 billion from state fuel and vehicle taxes that mainly would have paid for highway and road maintenance and repairs, as well as transit programs.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

754,729

39.95%

No

1,134,367

60.05%

State Measure 7

CONFORMS CALIFORNIA DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME TO FEDERAL LAW. ALLOWS LEGISLATURE TO CHANGE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME PERIOD. LEGISLATIVE STATUTE. Gives Legislature ability to change daylight saving time period by two-thirds vote, if changes are consistent with federal law. Fiscal Impact: This measure has no direct fiscal effect because changes to daylight saving time would depend on future actions by the Legislature and potentially the federal government.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,082,094

59.73%

No

729,560

40.27%

State Measure 8

REGULATES AMOUNTS OUTPATIENT KIDNEY DIALYSIS CLINICS CHARGE FOR DIALYSIS TREATMENT. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Requires rebates and penalties if charges exceed limit. Requires annual reporting to the state. Prohibits clinics from refusing to treat patients based on payment source. Fiscal Impact: Overall annual effect on state and local governments ranging from net positive impact in the low tens of millions of dollars to net negative impact in the tens of millions of dollars.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

746,904

40.19%

No

1,111,493

59.81%

State Measure 10

EXPANDS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS' AUTHORITY TO ENACT RENT CONTROL ON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Repeals state law that currently restricts the scope of rent-control policies that cities and other local jurisdictions may impose on residential property. Fiscal Impact: Potential net reduction in state and local revenues of tens of millions of dollars per year in the long term. Depending on actions by local communities, revenue losses could be less or considerably more.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

893,769

47.16%

No

1,001,443

52.84%

State Measure 11

REQUIRES PRIVATE-SECTOR EMERGENCY AMBULANCE EMPLOYEES TO REMAIN ON-CALL DURING WORK BREAKS. ELIMINATES CERTAIN EMPLOYER LIABILITY. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Law entitling hourly employees to breaks without being on-call would not apply to private-sector ambulance employees. Fiscal Impact: Likely fiscal benefit to local governments (in the form of lower costs and higher revenues), potentially in the tens of millions of dollars each year.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,121,758

60.24%

No

740,475

39.76%

State Measure 12

ESTABLISHES NEW STANDARDS FOR CONFINEMENT OF SPECIFIED FARM ANIMALS; BANS SALE OF NONCOMPLYING PRODUCTS. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Establishes minimum requirements for confining certain farm animals. Prohibits sales of meat and egg products from animals confined in noncomplying manner. Fiscal Impact: Potential decrease in state income tax revenues from farm businesses, likely not more than several million dollars annually. State costs up to $10 million annually to enforce the measure.

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,302,121

69.89%

No

561,058

30.11%

County Measure

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Los Angeles County Flood Control District - Measure W

Los Angeles Region's Public Health and Safe, Clean Water Program. Shall an ordinance improving/protecting water quality; capturing rain/stormwater to increase safe drinking water supplies and prepare for future drought; protecting public health and marine life by reducing pollution, trash, toxins/plastics entering Los Angeles County waterways/bays/beaches; establishing a parcel tax of 2.5¢ per square foot of impermeable area, exempting low-income seniors, raising approximately $300,000,000 annually until ended by voters, requiring independent audits, oversight and local control be adopted?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,139,639

67.48%

No

549,211

32.52%

Assessor

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Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jeffrey Prang (N)

957,370

60.00%

John "Lower Taxes" Loew (N)

638,157

40.00%

Sheriff

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Alex Villanueva (N)

820,333

50.15%

Jim McDonnell (N)

815,406

49.85%

Judge Superior Court

Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 4

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

A. Verónica Sauceda (N)

862,021

57.51%

Alfred A. Coletta (N)

636,978

42.49%

Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 16

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Patricia (Patti) Hunter (N)

902,393

60.93%

Sydne Jane Michel (N)

578,649

39.07%

Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 60

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tony J. Cho (N)

842,814

56.21%

Holly L. Hancock (N)

656,521

43.79%

Judge of the Superior Court Office No. 113

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Javier Perez (N)

980,341

67.69%

Michael P. Ribons (N)

468,015

32.31%

Cities

Agoura Hills City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Deborah Klein Lopez (N)

4,214

30.92%

Chris Anstead (N)

3,165

23.22%

Denis Weber (N)

2,320

17.02%

Jan Gerstel (N)

1,981

14.54%

Harry Schwarz (N)

1,949

14.30%

Alhambra General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, Fifth District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Adele Andrade-Stadler (N)

5,994

49.93%

Suzi Dunkel-Soto (N)

4,608

38.38%

Julian V. Reyes (N)

1,404

11.69%

Alhambra General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, First District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Katherine Lee (N)

4,875

39.02%

Andrea Lofthouse Quesada (N)

4,156

33.26%

Laura Tellez Gagliano (N)

3,464

27.72%

Alhambra General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, Second District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ross J. Maza (N)

9,487

100.00%

Alhambra Unified School District/Alhambra General Municipal Election Member, Board of Education, Fifth District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Joanne Russell Chavez (N)

17,209

100.00%

Artesia City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ali S. Taj (N)

1,338

22.23%

Rene J. Trevino (N)

1,307

21.72%

Melissa Ramoso (N)

1,206

20.04%

Victor Manalo (N)

1,084

18.01%

Dennis Drulias (N)

1,083

18.00%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three

Baldwin Park City General Municipal Election City Clerk

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jean M. Ayala (N)

5,233

58.11%

Maria T. Davalos (N)

3,773

41.89%

Baldwin Park City General Municipal Election City Treasurer

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Maria Antonieta "Marie" Contreras (N)

7,565

100.00%

Baldwin Park City General Municipal Election Mayor

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Manuel Lozano (N)

4,325

45.52%

Cruz Baca (N)

3,532

37.18%

Emmanuel J. Estrada (N)

1,644

17.30%

Baldwin Park City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Alejandra Avila (N)

4,990

33.27%

Paul C. Hernandez (N)

3,369

22.46%

Daniel "Danny" Damian (N)

2,645

17.64%

Christopher Saenz (N)

1,681

11.21%

Kevin Rooney (N)

1,587

10.58%

Manuel Peñate (N)

726

4.84%

Bell Gardens City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Alejandra Cortez (N)

2,078

19.82%

Marco Barcena (N)

1,924

18.35%

Lisseth Flores (N)

1,750

16.69%

Maria Pulido (N)

1,683

16.05%

Jose J. Mendoza (N)

1,658

15.82%

Andrew Leon (N)

1,390

13.26%

Burbank City Special Municipal Election - Measure P

BURBANK INFRASTRUCTURE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES PROTECTION MEASURE P. To maintain City of Burbank's fire, police, 9-1-1 response; keep fire stations open; maintain the number of police/firefighters; repair streets/potholes; ease traffic; earthquake retrofit city buildings/bridges; maintain senior/after-school programs; address homelessness, other services and aging infrastructure; Shall the measure be adopted approving an ordinance establishing a 3/4¢ sales tax providing approximately $20,000,000 annually until ended by voters; requiring audits, citizens' oversight, all funds used in Burbank?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

16,039

60.02%

No

10,685

39.98%

Calabasas City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

David J. Shapiro (N)

4,605

32.76%

Mary Sue Maurer (N)

4,154

29.56%

James R. Bozajian (N)

4,064

28.91%

Vahid Naziri (N)

1,232

8.77%

Carson City General Municipal Election City Clerk

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Donesia Gause-Aldana (N)

15,884

100.00%

Carson City General Municipal Election City Treasurer

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Monica Cooper (N)

16,234

100.00%

Carson City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Lula Davis-Holmes (N)

8,166

24.98%

Jim Dear (N)

6,288

19.23%

Elito M. Santarina (N)

5,237

16.02%

Ramona "Mona" Pimentel (N)

3,568

10.91%

Sharma Henderson (N)

3,333

10.20%

Louie Diaz (N)

2,794

8.55%

Osmond "Oz" Buendia (N)

1,304

3.99%

Nafis Muhammad (N)

1,060

3.24%

Lori Noflin (N)

941

2.88%

Carson City Special Municipal Election - Measure CA

Shall the measure, to adopt a CITY CHARTER to provide the People of Carson with greater local control, through provisions such as: limiting council authority to levy taxes, prohibiting favoritism and nepotism, banning marijuana dispensaries, regulations for redevelopment of contaminated sites, promoting economic development, regulating impacts of truck intensive business, prohibiting conflicts of interest or financial interests in City contracts, modifying methodology of compensation for council, imposing term limits on city council members, be adopted?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

10,420

55.16%

No

8,472

44.84%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Claremont City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jennifer Stark (N)

5,848

24.46%

Jed Leano (N)

5,170

21.62%

Ed Reece (N)

4,383

18.33%

Zach Courser (N)

4,273

17.87%

Doug Lyon (N)

2,148

8.98%

Michael Ceraso (N)

2,090

8.74%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three

Covina City Special Municipal Election - Measure CC

COVINA NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY AND ESSENTIAL SERVICES PROTECTION. To maintain current service levels including 911 emergency response, public safety, fire protection, paramedics, community policing, school safety officers, fix potholes/streets, community after school / senior / recreation programs, library services, homeless and other general City services, shall an ordinance be adopted increasing Covina's sales tax by three-quarters of a percent generating approximately $5,100,000 annually until ended by voters, requiring audits, public disclosure, funds used only in Covina?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

5,582

57.86%

No

4,066

42.14%

27 of 27 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Cudahy City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Blanca Lozoya (N)

735

14.32%

Jack M. Guerrero (N)

730

14.22%

Elizabeth Alcantar (N)

696

13.56%

Maria Jimenez (N)

677

13.19%

Elizabeth Rodriguez (N)

585

11.40%

Christian Hernandez (N)

557

10.85%

Baru A. Sanchez (N)

481

9.37%

Itza Sandoval (N)

387

7.54%

Cristian Markovich (N)

285

5.55%

Cudahy City Special Municipal Election - Measure CS

Cudahy Public Safety Services Measure. To provide dedicated funding for public safety services (including police services, code and parking enforcement), shall the City establish a parcel tax subject to citizen oversight that expires in 10 years on land parcels at a rate of $343/year per parcel for single family residential parcels; $556/year per dwelling unit for multi-family parcels; and between $3,500 to $112,000/year per parcel for other parcels to raise approximately $5,000,000 per year?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

845

40.64%

No

1,234

59.36%

Cudahy City Special Municipal Election - Measure R

Cudahy Services Preservation Measure. To maintain and improve City services such as senior and youth services and programs and prevent significant cuts to essential services, including graffiti removal efforts, expanding and improving City park facilities, fixing City streets and public infrastructure, shall the City establish a three-quarter percent transactions and use (sales) tax to raise approximately $750,000 annually, with annual financial audits, expenditure reports, and financial oversight, which will expire in 10 years?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,243

59.39%

No

850

40.61%

Cudahy City Special Municipal Election - Measure U

2018 Cudahy Casino Tax Measure. To fund city services, including public safety and emergency services; park and street maintenance; and recreational programs, shall the City increase the license tax on casino licenses and other gambling operations to 15% percent of total monthly gross gaming revenues with a required minimum license fee of $10,000 per month to raise a minimum of $120,000 per year or more depending on the level of gross gaming revenues?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,609

77.28%

No

473

22.72%

Cudahy City Special Municipal Election Member of the City Council (Unexpired Term Ending 12/15/2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Patricia Covarrubias (N)

801

40.19%

Jose R. Gonzalez (N)

773

38.79%

Elizabeth Coronado (N)

419

21.02%

Culver City Special Municipal Election - Measure C

Measure C: Culver City Neighborhood Safety and City Services Protection Measure. Shall the measure to maintain 911 emergency response times by retaining firefighters, police officers, paramedics; fully staff neighborhood fire stations; fix potholes/streets; maintain senior services, after school programs, parks and other general fund City services, by increasing Culver City's sales tax one-quarter cent, until ended by voters with no rate increase, generating approximately $4,900,000 annually, requiring independent annual audits, and all funds used locally, be adopted?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

8,266

69.90%

No

3,560

30.10%

Culver City Special Municipal Election - Measure D

Measure D: Shall the measure amending Sections 606 and 1500 of the Culver City Charter to change the date of the City's General Municipal Election for City Council Members from April of even-numbered years to the date of the statewide general election, currently held in November of even-numbered years, effective in 2020, in accordance with the California Voter Participation Rights Act be adopted?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

9,160

82.17%

No

1,987

17.83%

Diamond Bar City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Nancy A. Lyons (N)

6,812

25.13%

Steve Tye (N)

5,861

21.62%

Andrew Chou (N)

4,911

18.12%

Jimmy Lin (N)

4,381

16.16%

Robert "Bob" Velker (N)

2,870

10.59%

Joe Weng (N)

2,268

8.37%

Diamond Bar City Special Municipal Election - Measure Q

Measure to Fund Diamond Bar Local Services. Shall the Ordinance to increase the Transient Occupancy Tax paid solely by hotel guests from its current rate of 10 percent to 14 percent providing approximately $450,000 annually, with no expiration date to be used for neighborhood sheriff protection, traffic safety improvements, local parks, trails, senior and youth recreation programs and other city services be adopted?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

7,102

63.75%

No

4,038

36.25%

Downey City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 4th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Claudia Frometa (N)

2,715

47.96%

Carrie Uva (N)

2,346

41.44%

Tony Hernandez-Ayala (N)

600

10.60%

Duarte City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 1st District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tzeitel Paras-Caracci (N)

523

64.89%

Dolores Ortiz (N)

283

35.11%

Duarte City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 4th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Margaret E. Finlay (N)

338

69.69%

David Van De Wetering (N)

147

30.31%

Duarte City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 6th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Bryan Urias (N)

180

36.96%

Cesar Andres Garcia (N)

145

29.77%

Evangelina Sanchez (N)

102

20.94%

Art Rodriguez, Jr. (N)

60

12.32%

Duarte City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 7th District (Term Ending 12/08/2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jocelyn Nunez (N)

263

48.98%

Mike Sharble (N)

122

22.72%

Jarrett Stoltzfus (N)

80

14.90%

Jack Corson Chang (N)

72

13.41%

Duarte City Special Municipal Election - Measure F

Shall the City of Duarte's Fireworks Ordinance (set forth in Chapter 15.05 of the Duarte Municipal Code) be amended to prohibit the sale and discharge of all fireworks everywhere in the City at all times unless the fireworks are part of a public display permitted pursuant to Section 15.05.090 of the Duarte Municipal Code?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

2,395

50.83%

No

2,317

49.17%

El Monte City General Municipal Election City Clerk

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jonathan Hawes (N)

4,954

50.48%

Cathi A. Eredia (N)

4,859

49.52%

El Monte City General Municipal Election City Treasurer

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Viviana Longoria (N)

5,052

51.78%

Maryann G. Barrios (N)

4,705

48.22%

El Monte City General Municipal Election Mayor

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

André Quintero (N)

5,364

52.33%

Larry Fry (N)

4,887

47.67%

El Monte City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Maria Morales (N)

4,291

25.80%

Jessica Ancona (N)

4,270

25.67%

Richard Thomas (N)

3,539

21.27%

Juventino "J" Gomez (N)

2,670

16.05%

Alfonso Somilleda (N)

1,865

11.21%

Glendale City Special Municipal Election - Measure S

MEASURE S. GLENDALE QUALITY OF LIFE AND ESSENTIAL SERVICES PROTECTION MEASURE. Shall the measure to expand funding to protect essential services such as fire, paramedics, police, parks, recreation, senior, library, arts and culture, and affordable housing programs and services, and to improve streets and sidewalks, by enacting a three-quarter percent transaction and use (sales) tax that will generate approximately $30,000,000 annually, until ended by voters, with annual audits and all funds staying local, be adopted?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

18,472

52.94%

No

16,422

47.06%

Hawaiian Gardens City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jesse Alvarado (N)

916

22.37%

Monica Rodriguez (N)

890

21.73%

Luis Roa (N)

841

20.54%

Mariana Rios (N)

650

15.87%

James "Jimmy" Eldred (N)

412

10.06%

Alba Bac (N)

386

9.43%

Hawthorne City General Municipal Election City Clerk

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Paul Jimenez (N)

6,893

61.42%

John L. Jefferson (N)

4,329

38.58%

Hawthorne City General Municipal Election City Treasurer

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

L. David Patterson (N)

8,141

70.04%

Ryan Richard (N)

3,482

29.96%

Hawthorne City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Olivia Valentine (N)

5,796

33.13%

Alex Monteiro (N)

4,503

25.74%

Angie Reyes English (N)

4,170

23.83%

Jason Gromski (N)

3,027

17.30%

Inglewood City General Municipal Election Mayor

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

James T. Butts (N)

13,483

63.00%

Marc T. Little (N)

3,932

18.37%

Joseph Soto (N)

2,569

12.00%

Brandon Myers (N)

923

4.31%

Mohamed Ben Amor (N)

496

2.32%

Irwindale City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Hector "Manuel" Ortiz (N)

161

40.66%

Albert F. "Albie" Ambriz (N)

137

34.60%

Jason Hickman (N)

98

24.75%

La Puente City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Valerie Muñoz (N)

3,391

44.41%

Charlie Klinakis (N)

2,237

29.30%

David E. Argudo (N)

2,007

26.29%

La Puente City Special Municipal Election - Measure LP

THE CITY OF LA PUENTE PUBLIC SAFETY, VITAL SERVICES AND NEIGHBORHOOD PROTECTION MEASURE. To keep neighborhoods safe; improve 9-1-1 emergency response services; increase sheriff's deputies' patrols; expand after-school tutoring, mentoring, gang, and drug prevention programs; economic development; job training; senior services; water conservation; create jobs; fix potholes, local streets; increase graffiti/trash removal; provide other general fund services; shall the City of La Puente sales tax be increased by a half-cent (0.50%), generating about $1.5 million dollars annually, until ended by voters, requiring citizens oversight, all funds spent in La Puente?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

3,877

72.63%

No

1,461

27.37%

Lawndale City General Municipal Election City Clerk

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Rhonda Hofmann Gorman (N)

3,546

100.00%

Lawndale City General Municipal Election Mayor

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Robert Pullen-Miles (N)

3,705

100.00%

Lawndale City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Bernadette Lourdes Suarez (N)

2,363

39.73%

Pat Kearney (N)

2,114

35.54%

Edgar Macias (N)

1,471

24.73%

Lawndale City Special Municipal Election - Measure L

Shall the measure, the CITY OF LAWNDALE VITAL CITY SERVICES MEASURE, establishing a three-quarter cent sales tax, generating about $2,100,000 annually until ended by voters, be adopted to maintain vital city services, including: 9-1-1 response times, fighting gangs/drugs, ensuring safe drinking water, programs that attract businesses and create jobs, emergency communications systems, neighborhood police patrols/the number of sheriff deputies, addressing homelessness, requiring annual audits, citizen oversight, with all funds to be used locally?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

2,816

62.89%

No

1,662

37.11%

Lomita City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Cindy Segawa (N)

2,644

29.59%

Mark Waronek (N)

2,528

28.30%

Jim Gazeley (N)

2,424

27.13%

Nick Pisano (N)

1,338

14.98%

Long Beach City Special Municipal Election - Measure AAA

Authority of Long Beach City Auditor to Conduct Performance Audits. Shall the City Charter be amended to authorize the City Auditor to conduct performance audits, defined as financial, compliance, efficiency, economy, operational, or program audits or studies, of any City department, board or commission?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

58,044

69.87%

No

25,027

30.13%

Long Beach City Special Municipal Election - Measure BBB

City of Long Beach Term Limits Amendment. Shall the City Charter be amended to limit the Mayor and City Councilmembers to serving three terms and to prohibit individuals who have already served three terms from being elected as write-in candidates?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

47,233

55.62%

No

37,693

44.38%

Long Beach City Special Municipal Election - Measure CCC

City of Long Beach Ethics Commission. Shall the City Charter be amended to create an ethics commission of Long Beach residents for the purpose of monitoring, administering and implementing governmental ethics in the City of Long Beach?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

50,367

59.99%

No

33,588

40.01%

Long Beach City Special Municipal Election - Measure DDD

City of Long Beach Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission. Shall the City Charter be amended to create an independent citizens commission of Long Beach residents to determine the boundaries of City Council districts every ten years after the national census?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

48,774

58.59%

No

34,476

41.41%

Long Beach City Special Municipal Election - Measure WW

LONG BEACH HOTEL WORKER MEASURE. Shall an ordinance be adopted to require Long Beach hotels containing more than 50 rooms to provide personal emergency contact devices for hotel workers, adopt restrictions on the square footage of hotel areas which may be cleaned and establish penalties for failure to comply with the restrictions?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

51,203

61.76%

No

31,697

38.24%

Los Angeles City Special Municipal Election - Measure B

MUNICIPAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION. CHARTER AMENDMENT B. Shall the City Charter be amended to allow the City to establish a municipal financial institution or bank?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

266,978

42.19%

No

365,820

57.81%

Los Angeles City Special Municipal Election - Measure E

REALIGN CITY AND STATE ELECTION DATES. CHARTER AMENDMENT E. Shall the City Charter be amended to realign the City's primary election date with the State's primary election held in March of even-numbered years, and make other related and technical changes to City election procedures?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

450,395

71.19%

No

182,312

28.81%

Los Angeles Unified School District Special Election - Measure EE

REALIGN LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (LAUSD) AND STATE ELECTION DATES. CHARTER AMENDMENT EE. Shall the City Charter be amended to realign the LAUSD Board of Education's primary election date with the State's primary election held in March of even-numbered years, and make other related and technical changes to LAUSD election procedures?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

558,978

74.58%

No

190,572

25.42%

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Lynwood City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

José Luis Solache (N)

3,427

19.94%

Marisela Santana (N)

2,072

12.06%

Jorge Casanova (N)

2,034

11.83%

Patricia Carr (N)

1,546

9.00%

Linda M. George (N)

1,454

8.46%

Ramon Rodriguez (N)

1,282

7.46%

Edwin R. Jacinto (N)

1,230

7.16%

Rowland Becerra (N)

1,160

6.75%

Nanette Coleman (N)

1,120

6.52%

Candice Nuñez (N)

718

4.18%

Miguel Carrillo (N)

584

3.40%

Rebecca (Becky) Castro (N)

560

3.26%

Malibu City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Karen Farrer (N)

1,971

29.93%

Mikke Pierson (N)

1,737

26.38%

Olivia Damavandi (N)

1,335

20.27%

Jim Palmer (N)

1,093

16.60%

Lance Simmens (N)

449

6.82%

Malibu City Special Municipal Election - Measure G

Shall the ordinance be adopted to (1) allow and regulate cannabis (marijuana) businesses; (2) permit existing medical marijuana dispensaries to sell and deliver recreational (adult use) cannabis; and (3) impose a new general tax of 2.5% of gross receipts from sales of non-medical cannabis, the revenues from which may be used for general city purposes, until repealed by voters, which tax is estimated to raise approximately $75,000-$150,000 annually?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

2,453

68.54%

No

1,126

31.46%

Maywood City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Heber A. Marquez (N)

1,859

24.75%

Ricardo Lara (N)

1,756

23.38%

Eduardo "Eddie" De La Riva (N)

1,610

21.44%

Diana Ruiz (N)

920

12.25%

Cesar Flores (N)

687

9.15%

Joaquin Lanuza (N)

679

9.04%

Maywood City Special Municipal Election - Measure CT

Measure CT: Commercial Cannabis Activity Special Tax. To fund general municipal expenses such as police, fire, roads, and recreation, shall the City tax cannabis (marijuana) businesses at an annual rate not to exceed 10% of gross receipts for all commercial cannabis activities conducted in the City which is expected to generate an estimated $1.2 million to $1.6 million annually and will be levied until repealed by the voters or the City Council?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,942

67.81%

No

922

32.19%

Montebello City General Municipal Election City Treasurer

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Rafael Gutierrez (N)

3,766

41.26%

David E. Matanga (N)

2,744

30.06%

Joseph Sanchez (N)

2,618

28.68%

Montebello City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Salvador Melendez (N)

2,800

11.67%

Kimberly Ann Cobos-Cawthorne (N)

2,736

11.40%

Art Barajas (N)

2,709

11.29%

Angie M. Jimenez (N)

2,683

11.18%

Vivian Romero (N)

2,583

10.77%

David Torres (N)

2,411

10.05%

Ashod Mooradian (N)

2,210

9.21%

Delia L. Lopez (N)

2,078

8.66%

William M. "Bill" Molinari (N)

1,944

8.10%

Rosemarie "Rosie" Vasquez (N)

1,838

7.66%

34 of 34 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three

Palmdale City General Municipal Election Mayor

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Steve Hofbauer (N)

10,631

44.59%

James C. Ledford (N)

8,502

35.66%

V. Jesse Smith (N)

4,709

19.75%

68 of 68 precincts reporting (100.00%)

Palmdale City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 3rd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Laura Bettencourt (N)

4,051

100.00%

11 of 11 precincts reporting (100.00%)

Palmdale City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 4th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Juan Carrillo Ventura (N)

2,939

63.75%

Oscar Aleman (N)

1,671

36.25%

20 of 20 precincts reporting (100.00%)

Pasadena City General Municipal Election - Measure I

Pasadena Infrastructure/Community Essential Services Protection Measure. Shall an ordinance be adopted to maintain essential City of Pasadena services such as fire, police, paramedics, emergency service/response times; keep fire stations open; improve neighborhood and school safety; repair streets/sidewalks; address homelessness; maintain after-school programs/senior services, and other general fund services, by establishing a 3/4¢ sales tax providing approximately $21,000,000 annually until ended by voters; requiring audits and all funds locally controlled?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

22,291

67.68%

No

10,645

32.32%

59 of 59 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Pasadena City General Municipal Election - Measure J

ADVISORY VOTE ONLY: If Pasadena voters approve a local sales tax measure, should the City use 2/3rds of the measure's annual revenue to maintain essential City of Pasadena services such as fire, police, paramedics, emergency service/response times; keep fire stations open; improve neighborhood and school safety; repair streets/sidewalks; address homelessness; maintain after-school programs/senior services; with the remaining 1/3rd of the measure's revenue going to support Pasadena public schools?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

22,903

70.43%

No

9,617

29.57%

59 of 59 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Pico Rivera City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Gustavo V. Camacho (N)

4,757

25.78%

Raul Elias (N)

3,321

18.00%

David W. Armenta (N)

2,763

14.97%

Christine Saavedra (N)

2,711

14.69%

Erik Lutz (N)

1,941

10.52%

André Eric Martinez (N)

1,519

8.23%

Albert Lopez Ramos (N)

1,441

7.81%

40 of 40 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two

Pomona City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 2nd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Victor Preciado (N)

1,118

51.14%

Jacqueline Elizalde (N)

1,068

48.86%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%)

Pomona City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 3rd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Nora Garcia (N)

1,214

55.06%

Cristina Carrizosa (N)

991

44.94%

8 of 8 precincts reporting (100.00%)

Pomona City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 5th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Steve Lustro (N)

1,721

43.97%

Ginna E. Escobar (N)

1,630

41.65%

George Grajeda (N)

563

14.38%

13 of 13 precincts reporting (100.00%)

Pomona City Special Municipal Election - Measure PC

CANNABIS BUSINESS TAX MEASURE. To fund City services such as public safety activities and enforcement, crime prevention and other general services, shall the City tax cannabis (marijuana) businesses at annual rates up to $10.00 per canopy square foot for cultivation, and up to 6% of gross receipts for all other cannabis businesses; which is expected to generate an estimated $400,000 to $500,000 annually, until repealed by the voters?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

13,686

70.44%

No

5,743

29.56%

60 of 60 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Pomona City Special Municipal Election - Measure PG

POMONA PUBLIC SAFETY, HOMELESSNESS AND ESSENTIAL CITY SERVICES PROTECTION MEASURE. To maintain/prevent reductions to City services including 911 emergency response times, police/fire protection, drug/gang-prevention, youth/after-school/park programs, address homelessness; fix streets/potholes, maintain library services, provide senior, business development and other general services for the City of Pomona, shall the measure establishing a 3/4¢ sales tax providing approximately $12,000,000 annually, ending after a period of 10 years, be adopted requiring public disclosure, oversight, all funds for Pomona?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

12,535

64.46%

No

6,912

35.54%

60 of 60 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Rosemead City Special Municipal Election Member of the City Council (Unexpired Term Ending 4/14/2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Sean Dang (N)

2,013

38.05%

Nancy Hong Eng (N)

1,718

32.48%

James E. Berry (N)

1,559

29.47%

20 of 20 precincts reporting (100.00%)

San Fernando City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Sylvia Ballin (N)

1,469

20.69%

Antonio G. Lopez (N)

1,395

19.65%

Hector A. Pacheco (N)

1,390

19.58%

Yvonne Mejia Pena (N)

1,211

17.06%

Jaime Soto (N)

840

11.83%

David C. Bernal (N)

795

11.20%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three

San Fernando City Special Municipal Election - Measure A

San Fernando Preservation and Beautification Measure. Shall the City extend the half percent (1/2%) transactions and use tax to continue to preserve funding for essential city services such as SFPD, LAFD and SFPW; street repairs, park beautification, and other public works infrastructure projects; cultural and recreational programs; economic development; staffing recruitment, retention and wages; restoration of the City's emergency "rainy day" fund; and other unrestricted general revenue purposes until voters decide to end it?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

2,223

68.11%

No

1,041

31.89%

7 of 7 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Santa Clarita City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Laurene Weste (N)

18,350

14.67%

Marsha McLean (N)

18,112

14.48%

Bill Miranda (N)

13,605

10.88%

Diane Trautman (N)

11,264

9.01%

Ken Dean (N)

9,749

7.80%

Timben Boydston (N)

9,498

7.59%

Logan Smith (N)

8,626

6.90%

Brett Haddock (N)

7,542

6.03%

Jason Gibbs (N)

6,976

5.58%

Matthew J. Hargett (N)

4,825

3.86%

Cherry E. Ortega (N)

4,268

3.41%

Sean Weber (N)

3,606

2.88%

Sandra L. Nichols (N)

3,569

2.85%

Paul J. Wieczorek (N)

3,365

2.69%

Sankalp B. Varma (N)

1,711

1.37%

105 of 105 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three

Santa Fe Springs City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Juanita Trujillo (N)

1,875

23.44%

Annette Rodriguez (N)

1,765

22.06%

Jay Sarno (N)

1,313

16.41%

John Mora (N)

1,292

16.15%

Blake Carter (N)

920

11.50%

Ralph Aranda (N)

835

10.44%

14 of 14 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three

Santa Fe Springs City Special Municipal Election - Measure Y

MEASURE Y: To maintain quality neighborhoods and effective 911 emergency response services by retaining firefighters, police officers, and paramedics; fixing potholes/streets; maintaining senior services, parks, library services, after school programs, community events, and graffiti removal shall a one cent transactions and use tax available for general municipal revenue purposes be collected in the City of Santa Fe Springs generating approximately $12.8 million annually, until ended by voters, requiring annual audits, with all funds controlled locally?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

2,593

74.92%

No

868

25.08%

14 of 14 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Santa Monica City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Sue Himmelrich (N)

15,474

23.85%

Greg Morena (N)

12,917

19.91%

Kevin McKeown (N)

12,559

19.36%

Pam O'Connor (N)

7,385

11.38%

Ashley Powell (N)

6,534

10.07%

Scott Bellomo (N)

5,596

8.63%

Geoffrey Neri (N)

4,412

6.80%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three

Santa Monica City General Municipal Election Member of the Rent Control Board

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Naomi Sultan (N)

14,178

26.50%

Nicole Phillis (N)

13,884

25.95%

Steve Duron (N)

12,029

22.48%

Lori Brown (N)

9,695

18.12%

Jon Mann (N)

3,723

6.96%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than three

Santa Monica City Special Municipal Election - Measure RR

MEASURE RR: Shall the City Charter be amended to change the eligibility requirement for service on the City's Library Board, Personnel Board, and Airport Commission from that of "qualified elector" of the City to "resident" of the City and to ensure compliance with applicable laws related to compensation and reimbursement?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

19,023

77.59%

No

5,493

22.41%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Santa Monica City Special Municipal Election - Measure SM

MEASURE SM: Shall City Charter Section 615 be amended to require, for a period of ten years, the votes of five Council members to amend (a) the Land Use and Circulation Element or (b) Downtown Community Plan, where that amendment would increase the maximum height limit or floor area ratio in any land use designation, with exceptions for 100% Affordable Housing Projects and property owned by Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

17,387

71.04%

No

7,088

28.96%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Santa Monica City Special Municipal Election - Measure TL

MEASURE TL: Shall the Santa Monica City Charter be amended to prohibit any person from serving as a member of the City Council for more than three terms, whether consecutive or not, where a term includes any full term of four years as well as any partial term of more than two years?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

18,999

73.60%

No

6,816

26.40%

54 of 54 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

South Pasadena City General Municipal Election City Clerk

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Evelyn Gadia Zneimer (N)

5,786

100.00%

12 of 12 precincts reporting (100.00%)

South Pasadena City General Municipal Election City Treasurer

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Gary E. Pia (N)

5,745

100.00%

12 of 12 precincts reporting (100.00%)

South Pasadena City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 4th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Michael A. Cacciotti (N)

929

72.24%

Eric A. Brady (N)

357

27.76%

3 of 3 precincts reporting (100.00%)

South Pasadena City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 5th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Diana Mahmud (N)

1,305

100.00%

2 of 2 precincts reporting (100.00%)

South Pasadena City Special Municipal Election - Measure N

Shall an Ordinance be adopted repealing the City of South Pasadena's Utility Users Tax in its entirety, thereby eliminating $3.4 million of locally controlled revenue from the City's general fund budget which is used to fund police and fire services, street improvement and maintenance programs, library services and park and recreation programs for youth and seniors?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,623

21.29%

No

6,000

78.71%

12 of 12 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Walnut City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Bob Pacheco (N)

3,249

33.95%

Marc Saunders (N)

2,247

23.48%

Allen Wu (N)

2,136

22.32%

Caryn Mason (N)

1,939

20.26%

17 of 17 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Vote for no more than two

West Covina City General Municipal Election City Clerk

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Nick Lewis (N)

8,183

51.38%

Steven Bennett (N)

7,742

48.62%

55 of 55 precincts reporting (100.00%)

West Covina City General Municipal Election City Treasurer

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Colleen B. Rozatti (N)

8,792

55.34%

Marsha Solorio (N)

7,096

44.66%

55 of 55 precincts reporting (100.00%)

West Covina City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 2nd District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Letty Lopez (N)

1,300

35.95%

Mike Spence (N)

800

22.12%

Brian Gutierrez (N)

650

17.98%

Roger Hernández (N)

484

13.38%

Robert William Robinson (N)

382

10.56%

9 of 9 precincts reporting (100.00%)

West Covina City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 4th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Dario Castellanos (N)

1,886

53.58%

James Toma (N)

1,634

46.42%

9 of 9 precincts reporting (100.00%)

West Covina City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council, 5th District

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tony Wu (N)

1,921

54.92%

Fredrick "Fred" Sykes (N)

1,577

45.08%

11 of 11 precincts reporting (100.00%)

West Covina City Special Municipal Election - Measure T

Shall the office of City Treasurer be appointed by the City Manager?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

4,651

27.14%

No

12,485

72.86%

55 of 55 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

West Covina City Special Municipal Election - Measure V

Shall the office of City Clerk be appointed by the City Manager?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

5,450

31.98%

No

11,592

68.02%

55 of 55 precincts reporting (100.00%) | Majority of votes cast

Westlake Village City General Municipal Election Member of the City Council

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Brad Halpern (N)

1,868

29.51%

Susan McSweeney (N)

1,634

25.81%

Ray Pearl (N)

1,446

22.84%

Ted Corwin (N)

1,383

21.84%

Schools

ABC Unified School District Special Election - Measure BB

To improve student safety/campus security/intruder-protection systems, construct and upgrade classrooms, science labs, and school facilities that support college readiness and career training in math, science, engineering, technology, arts, and skilled trades, and keep instructional technology up-to-date, shall ABC Unified School District issue $258,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, levying 5 cents/$100 assessed value for 29 years ($15,500,000) to improve our schools, with citizen oversight, independent audits and all money locally controlled?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

11,569

55.85%

No

9,145

44.15%

Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Kelly W. Jensen (N)

1,768

26.25%

Edward Julian Porter (N)

1,432

21.26%

Ken Pfalzgraf (N)

1,337

19.85%

Thomas S. Costan (N)

1,021

15.16%

Lester V. Mascon (N)

619

9.19%

Andrew Charles Kendall (N)

559

8.30%

Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District Special Election - Measure CK

To relieve student overcrowding and improve the education environment; renovate and/or modernize Acton, Agua-Dulce, Meadowlark and High Desert; finish Vasquez construction projects; provide 21st century learning technology; and to strengthen campus security, shall the Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District issue $7,500,000 of bonds at legal rates, repayment averaging $523,000 annually while bonds are outstanding, at a rate of approximately $14.70 per $100,000 of assessed value, with annual audits plus independent citizens' oversight committee and NO money for administrator salaries?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

1,428

39.98%

No

2,144

60.02%

Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District Special Election Governing Board Member (Unexpired Term Ending December 4, 2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Tim M. Jorgensen (N)

1,531

50.18%

Brandon Tyler Roque (N)

642

21.04%

Dee Holland (N)

549

17.99%

Allen Wessel (N)

329

10.78%

Antelope Valley Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Steve D. Buffalo (N)

4,604

54.69%

Miguel S. Coronado (N)

2,244

26.65%

Byron Glennan (N)

1,571

18.66%

Antelope Valley Joint Union High School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 4

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Amanda L. Parrell (N)

4,862

61.90%

Juan Blanco (N)

2,993

38.10%

Antelope Valley Joint Union High School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Victoria M. Ruffin (N)

6,206

63.46%

R. Michael Dutton (N)

3,573

36.54%

Azusa Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Gabriela Arellanes (N)

4,815

25.30%

Xilonin Cruz-Gonzalez (N)

3,941

20.70%

Adrian Greer (N)

3,833

20.14%

Paul Naccachian (N)

3,378

17.75%

Jorge V. Rosales (N)

3,068

16.12%

Baldwin Park Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Deanna Coronado Robles (N)

4,583

33.18%

Betsabel Lara (N)

4,236

30.67%

Teresa I. Vargas (N)

3,751

27.16%

Laurena Pham (N)

1,241

8.99%

Baldwin Park Unified School District Special Election - Measure AE

BALDWIN PARK UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SAFETY, REPAIR, COLLEGE/CAREER READINESS MEASURE. To upgrade classrooms, labs, career training facilities to prepare students for college/careers in math, science, technology, engineering, skilled trades/arts; improve school safety; acquire, construct/repair classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment; repair roofs, plumbing/electrical systems; shall Baldwin Park Unified School District's measure authorizing $69,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, levying 6 cents/$100 assessed value, averaging $4,200,000 annually while bonds are outstanding, be adopted, with citizen oversight, all money locally controlled?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

6,813

77.01%

No

2,034

22.99%

Baldwin Park Unified School District Special Election Governing Board Member (Unexpired Term Ending December 4, 2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Robert Guzman Varela (N)

4,845

54.76%

Diana E. Dzib (N)

4,002

45.24%

Bassett Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Dolores C. Rivera (N)

1,810

21.77%

Patrice E. Stanzione (N)

1,492

17.94%

Paul Solano (N)

1,479

17.79%

Javier Romo (N)

1,349

16.22%

Amadeo A. Rodriguez (N)

1,322

15.90%

Dena Florez (N)

863

10.38%

Bellflower Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Renita Armstrong (N)

8,232

33.51%

Laura Sanchez-Ramirez (N)

6,771

27.56%

Richard Downing (N)

5,079

20.67%

Souraya Sue Elhessen (N)

4,485

18.26%

Beverly Hills Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Rachelle B. Marcus (N)

5,080

46.61%

Tristen Walker-Shuman (N)

3,563

32.69%

Marvin L. Winans Jr. (N)

2,257

20.71%

Bonita Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Derek Bahmanou (N)

7,443

36.55%

Charles "Chuck" Coyne (N)

7,312

35.90%

Krista Chakmak (N)

5,611

27.55%

Burbank Unified School District Special Election - Measure QS

To attract and retain quality teachers and staff, provide local funding to maintain low class sizes, expand college and career courses, increase mental health support, expand instruction in science, technology, engineering, arts and math programs, shall the Burbank Unified School District levy 10 cents per square foot of improved property annually, providing approximately $9,000,000 in annual local funding the state cannot take away until ended by voters, with senior citizen exemptions and independent oversight/audits?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

16,354

61.68%

No

10,161

38.32%

Centinela Valley Union High School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 1

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Marisela Ruiz (N)

15,284

100.00%

Centinela Valley Union High School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Hugo M. Rojas (N)

15,193

100.00%

Centinela Valley Union High School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Estefany Castaneda (N)

7,524

46.25%

Rocio C. Pizano (N)

7,210

44.32%

Honorio Franco (N)

1,534

9.43%

Charter Oak Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

David R. Rose (N)

3,722

37.48%

Gregg Peterson (N)

3,465

34.89%

Adriana Magallanez Farrar (N)

2,743

27.62%

Charter Oak Unified School District Special Election Governing Board Member (Unexpired Term Ending December 4, 2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jane A. Bock (N)

3,815

52.09%

Kathy Colby (N)

3,509

47.91%

Compton Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 1

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Andres Ramos (N)

3,808

62.56%

Audrey Kitty Casas (N)

2,279

37.44%

Compton Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 4

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Deborah S. Le Blanc (N)

3,597

54.57%

Annaruth Garcia (N)

2,994

45.43%

Compton Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Lowanda Green (N)

3,795

41.56%

Sharoni Denise Little (N)

3,570

39.09%

James Hays (N)

1,767

19.35%

Compton Community College District Special Election Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2 (Unexpired Term Ending December 4, 2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Barbara Jean Calhoun (N)

3,828

51.53%

Nicole J. Jones (N)

3,601

48.47%

Covina-Valley Unified School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Rachael Robles (N)

1,401

62.99%

David G. Bonilla (N)

823

37.01%

Covina-Valley Unified School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 4

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Gary C. Rodriguez (N)

1,498

52.20%

Charles "Chuck" Kemp (N)

1,372

47.80%

Culver City Unified School District Special Election - Measure K

To preserve excellence in core academic programs with locally controlled funds that cannot be taken by the State, attract and retain qualified teachers, maintain smaller class sizes, support math, science, engineering, technology, art and music programs, improve support for students with special needs, and prepare students for college and modern careers, shall Culver City Unified School District levy an education parcel tax of $189 for seven years, raise approximately $2,362,500 annually, with an exemption for seniors, and independent oversight?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

8,731

73.52%

No

3,144

26.48%

Downey Unified School District Special Election Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 3 (Unexpired Term Ending December 4, 2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Giggy Perez-Saab (N)

1,872

52.09%

Carlos A. Avalos (N)

1,722

47.91%

Duarte Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Reyna E. Diaz (N)

2,569

29.29%

Ken Bell (N)

2,312

26.36%

Miriam Lissette Perez (N)

1,809

20.63%

Jody Schulz (N)

1,594

18.18%

Cristobal Nahui-Ortega (N)

486

5.54%

Duarte Unified School District Special Election Governing Board Member (Unexpired Term Ending December 4, 2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ceci Escarcega Carroll (N)

2,580

50.95%

Irene Murray (N)

2,484

49.05%

East Whittier City School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Armando Urteaga (N)

7,954

33.73%

Christine Chacon Sullivan (N)

5,656

23.99%

Lisa Michelle Dabbs (N)

5,619

23.83%

Paul R. Gardiner (N)

4,351

18.45%

Eastside Union School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 1

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Doretta N. Thompson (N)

469

54.60%

Wayne M. Kalliomaa (N)

390

45.40%

El Camino Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Nilo Michelin (N)

9,123

66.80%

James T. Law (N)

4,535

33.20%

El Monte City School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Julia Ruedas (N)

5,194

26.47%

Lisette Idalia Mendez (N)

4,700

23.95%

Elizabeth "Beth" Rivas (N)

3,942

20.09%

Roberto Estrada Cruz (N)

3,416

17.41%

Cesar Perez (N)

2,369

12.07%

El Monte Union High School District Special Election - Measure HS

EL MONTE UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT REPAIR, STUDENT SAFETY, QUALITY TEACHING MEASURE. To upgrade all neighborhood high schools, attract quality teachers by improving school security, emergency communications/fire safety, classrooms, science, engineering/computer labs; repairing leaky roofs; providing safe drinking water; acquiring, constructing, repairing sites, facilities, equipment, shall El Monte Union High School District's measure authorizing $190,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, levying 3 cents/$100 assessed value, $9,700,000 annually for local high schools while bonds are outstanding, be approved, requiring independent audits/citizen oversight?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

13,043

72.01%

No

5,071

27.99%

El Rancho Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jose Lara (N)

6,343

27.59%

Leanne M. Ibarra (N)

4,699

20.44%

Carolyn Castillo (N)

4,158

18.09%

Adrian Michael McEachren (N)

2,939

12.78%

Lorraine De La O (N)

2,551

11.10%

Jacob A. Rodriguez (N)

2,299

10.00%

El Segundo Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Emilee M. Layne (N)

2,855

30.46%

Tracey I. Miller-Zarneke (N)

2,757

29.41%

Paulette Caudill (N)

2,742

29.25%

Amy Rilling Grant (N)

1,019

10.87%

El Segundo Unified School District Special Election - Measure ES

To upgrade classrooms, science labs, libraries, career training facilities and instructional technology to support student achievement in science, technology, engineering, arts and math, improve student safety, acquire, construct/repair classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment, repair roofs, plumbing/electrical systems, shall this El Segundo Unified School District measure authorizing $92,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, levying 4.3 cents/$100 assessed value, $5,500,000 annually while bonds are outstanding, be adopted, with independent oversight, no money for administrator salaries, all money staying local?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

3,118

60.39%

No

2,045

39.61%

Fullerton Joint Union High School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 1

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Chester Jeng (N)

1,468

54.65%

Regina Cuadra (N)

1,218

45.35%

Fullerton Joint Union High School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Marilyn Buchi (N)

1,044

74.57%

Bridget Donoghue Vornholt (N)

356

25.43%

Hacienda La Puente Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Anthony Duarte (N)

9,222

23.55%

Joseph K. Chang (N)

8,460

21.61%

Jeffrey De La Torre (N)

8,179

20.89%

Penny Fraumeni (N)

6,671

17.04%

Rudy R. Chavarria (N)

6,622

16.91%

Hawthorne School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Luciano Alfredo Aguilar (N)

5,580

34.26%

Eugene M. Krank (N)

4,477

27.49%

Sergio Roberto Mortara (N)

4,467

27.43%

Ricardo Lanza (N)

1,764

10.83%

Keppel Union School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jannie P. Dutton (N)

1,587

27.69%

Georgia L. Halliman (N)

1,574

27.46%

Theresa Marie McCafferty (N)

1,440

25.13%

Christopher I. Minsal (N)

1,130

19.72%

Las Virgenes Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Lesli Stein (N)

10,052

29.38%

Angela Cutbill (N)

9,783

28.60%

Dallas Lawrence (N)

8,219

24.03%

Kiyomi Kowalski (N)

6,154

17.99%

Lennox School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Sergio Hernandez Jr. (N)

1,117

20.60%

Maria De Los Angeles Gonzalez (N)

914

16.85%

Alexis Aceves (N)

798

14.72%

V. Mercedes Ibarra (N)

772

14.24%

Shannon Antionette Thomas-Allen (N)

735

13.55%

Jose Rosendo Casillas (N)

668

12.32%

Manuel Covarrubias Blanco (N)

419

7.73%

Little Lake City School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Hilda A. Zamora (N)

3,955

41.61%

Gabriel J. Jimenez (N)

2,423

25.49%

George S. Buchanan (N)

1,919

20.19%

Peggy J. Radoumis (N)

1,209

12.72%

Los Nietos School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Catherine "Cathy" Martinez (N)

1,383

30.33%

Evelyn Mendez Avdalyan (N)

1,095

24.01%

Maritza Nieves (N)

1,068

23.42%

John Henry Guzman (N)

677

14.85%

Silvia R. Monge (N)

337

7.39%

Lowell Joint School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

William (Bill) Hinz (N)

969

74.37%

Primo Castro (N)

334

25.63%

Lowell Joint School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 4

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Karen Shaw (N)

84

53.85%

Esther Evangelista (N)

72

46.15%

Lowell Joint School District Special Election - Measure LL

To repair and modernize aging classrooms/school facilities at local elementary/intermediate schools, repair termite damage, dry rot, deteriorating roofs, plumbing, and electrical, improve student safety/security, and upgrade classrooms, science labs, and facilities to support student achievement in math, science, technology, and arts, shall Lowell Joint School District issue $48,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, an estimated 3 cents per $100 assessed valuation ($3,000,000 annually) for approximately 33 years, with citizen oversight and all money locally controlled?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

2,928

60.01%

No

1,951

39.99%

Lynwood Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Alma-Delia Renteria (N)

4,323

38.17%

Alfonso Morales (N)

3,026

26.72%

Maricruz Sanchez (N)

2,562

22.62%

Raymond D. Jones (N)

1,414

12.49%

Monrovia Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Maritza C. Travanti (N)

4,313

29.63%

Selene Lockerbie (N)

4,196

28.83%

Terrence G. Williams (N)

3,981

27.35%

J. Christian Holt (N)

2,066

14.19%

Montebello Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Marisol M. Uribe (N)

8,213

16.04%

Jennifer Gutierrez (N)

6,842

13.36%

Alejandro Ramirez (N)

6,566

12.82%

Leonard Masamichi Narumi (N)

6,051

11.82%

Cleve A. Pell (N)

5,106

9.97%

Sonia Saucillo-Valencia (N)

4,461

8.71%

Miki Moreno (N)

4,039

7.89%

Art Chavez (N)

3,974

7.76%

Michael William Lopez (N)

2,384

4.66%

Francine Gardea (N)

2,187

4.27%

Frank Thomas Morales (N)

1,390

2.71%

Mountain View School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Veronica Sifuentes (N)

2,119

21.32%

Cindy Wu (N)

2,093

21.06%

Adam C. Carranza (N)

1,811

18.22%

Irma Zamorano (N)

1,577

15.87%

Patricia Valencia (N)

1,450

14.59%

Penny Sue Vasquez (N)

887

8.93%

MT. San Antonio Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Gary Chow (N)

9,055

46.17%

Ruth Luevand (N)

5,211

26.57%

Michael Miller Brown (N)

3,441

17.54%

Mansfield Collins (N)

1,906

9.72%

MT. San Antonio Community College District Special Election - Measure GO

MT. SAN ANTONIO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT JOB TRAINING, COLLEGE TRANSFER, CLASSROOM REPAIR, SAFETY MEASURE. To upgrade job training/college transfer/vocational classrooms, science, computer/technology labs, improve student safety, veterans' career resources, access for disabled students; remove asbestos, replace deteriorating roofs, gas, electrical/sewer lines; acquire, construct, repair sites, facilities, equipment; shall Mt. San Antonio Community College District's measure authorizing $750,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, levying 2.5 cents/$100 assessed valuation, $37,000,000 annually while bonds are outstanding, be adopted, requiring annual audits/citizen oversight?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

78,943

60.82%

No

50,859

39.18%

Newhall School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Donna J. Rose (N)

1,891

49.36%

Larry Heath (N)

1,267

33.07%

Liz Guardado (N)

673

17.57%

Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ana M. Valencia (N)

10,194

20.53%

Jude M. Cázares (N)

8,831

17.78%

Darryl Rodney Adams (N)

8,628

17.37%

Jorge A. Tirado (N)

7,916

15.94%

Norma Amezcua (N)

7,592

15.29%

Miguel Angel Rivera (N)

6,504

13.10%

Palmdale School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Nancy K. Smith (N)

9,018

25.95%

Ralph Velador (N)

7,547

21.71%

Simone N. Zulu (N)

7,150

20.57%

Joyce Ricks (N)

4,801

13.81%

Vajezatha Zaccai Payne (N)

3,246

9.34%

Dave Markov (N)

2,996

8.62%

Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Megan Crawford (N)

10,413

28.30%

Rick Phillips (N)

9,595

26.08%

Matthew Brach (N)

8,575

23.31%

Jeannie Hahn (N)

8,206

22.31%

Paramount Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yesenia Maria Cuarenta (N)

3,923

17.74%

Sonia De Leon (N)

3,420

15.47%

Gordon R. Weisenburger (N)

3,057

13.83%

Carmen Patricia Gomez (N)

2,917

13.19%

Alicia Linden Anderson (N)

2,790

12.62%

Guillermo Parga (N)

1,876

8.49%

Sara Patricia Huezo (N)

1,270

5.74%

Gerald Cerda (N)

1,043

4.72%

Barbara Collins (N)

1,002

4.53%

Kennedy Collins (N)

810

3.66%

Rio Hondo Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 1

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Norma Edith Garcia (N)

4,522

64.48%

David Stephen Siegrist (N)

2,491

35.52%

Rio Hondo Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 3

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Rosaelva Lomeli (N)

5,903

57.84%

Mary Ann Pacheco (N)

4,302

42.16%

Rio Hondo Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Oscar Valladares (N)

6,666

41.41%

Madeline Shapiro (N)

6,201

38.52%

Dylan W. Logas (N)

3,230

20.07%

Rosemead School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Nancy Armenta (N)

1,754

26.04%

John Quintanilla (N)

1,627

24.15%

Diane Benitez (N)

1,002

14.88%

Qui Dang Nguyen (N)

1,002

14.88%

Cindy Lou Cantu (N)

881

13.08%

Joshua Gordon Stimpson (N)

470

6.98%

San Marino Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

C Joseph Chang (N)

2,026

22.40%

Shelley Ryan (N)

1,548

17.12%

Corey S. Barberie (N)

1,378

15.24%

Michael A. Killackey (N)

1,279

14.14%

Jane S. Chon (N)

1,184

13.09%

Steven C. Sommers (N)

1,139

12.59%

John Christopher Gabriel (N)

490

5.42%

Santa Clarita Community College District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Joan Whaling Mac Gregor (N)

5,018

56.00%

Ann-Marie Bjorkman (N)

3,942

44.00%

Santa Monica Community College District Member of the Board of Trustees

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Louise Jaffe (N)

17,794

23.95%

Nancy Greenstein (N)

17,653

23.76%

Sion Roy (N)

16,850

22.68%

Barry Snell (N)

14,600

19.65%

Patrick Acosta II (N)

7,389

9.95%

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Member of the Board of Education

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Laurie Lieberman (N)

18,911

24.67%

Richard Tahvildaran-Jesswein (N)

16,467

21.48%

Oscar De La Torre (N)

16,165

21.08%

Craig Foster (N)

14,985

19.54%

Ann Maggio Thanawalla (N)

10,142

13.23%

Saugus Union School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 1

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

David "Cd" Barlavi (N)

1,775

38.59%

Evan John Patlian (N)

1,575

34.24%

Jesus H. Henao (N)

1,250

27.17%

Saugus Union School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Laura Arrowsmith (N)

2,943

56.36%

Judy Egan Umeck (N)

2,279

43.64%

Saugus Union School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Chris Trunkey (N)

2,409

51.54%

Sharlene Rose Duzick (N)

2,265

48.46%

School Facilities Improvement District No. 1 (Santa Monica Schools) - Measure SMS

SANTA MONICA CLASSROOM REPAIR AND 21st CENTURY EDUCATION BOND: To improve, repair, and modernize outdated Santa Monica classrooms, science labs, libraries, instructional technology and other school facilities; improve school safety/security systems; shall Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District's School Facilities Improvement District No. 1 (Santa Monica Schools) issue $485 million of bonds at legal interest rates, averaging $27.4 million raised annually to repay issued bonds through final maturity, from levies estimated at four cents per $100 assessed value, with citizens' oversight, annual audits, and all funds benefitting Santa Monica schools?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

19,037

70.36%

No

8,018

29.64%

School Facilities Improvement District No. 2 (Malibu Schools) - Measure M

MALIBU CLASSROOM REPAIR AND 21st CENTURY EDUCATION BOND: To improve, repair, and modernize outdated Malibu classrooms, science labs, libraries, instructional technology and other school facilities; improve school safety/security systems; shall Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District's School Facilities Improvement District No. 2 (Malibu Schools) issue $195 million of bonds at legal interest rates, averaging $10.8 million raised annually to repay issued bonds through final maturity, from levies estimated at three cents per $100 of assessed value, with citizens' oversight, annual audits, all funds benefitting Malibu schools?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

3,667

69.95%

No

1,575

30.05%

South Pasadena Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Ruby Kalra (N)

4,014

24.29%

Zahir Robb (N)

3,975

24.06%

Michele D. Kipke (N)

3,740

22.64%

Julie M. Giulioni (N)

3,666

22.19%

Ivonne Press (N)

1,128

6.83%

South Whittier School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Deborah L. Pacheco (N)

1,847

27.84%

Natalia Barajas (N)

1,751

26.39%

Sylvia V. Macias (N)

1,208

18.21%

Carlos Penilla (N)

919

13.85%

Francisco "Javi" Santana (N)

909

13.70%

Temple City Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Mike Lin (N)

2,897

34.05%

Donna Georgino (N)

1,656

19.47%

Vinson G. Bell (N)

1,068

12.55%

Louise Huff (N)

985

11.58%

Gregory A. Rodriguez (N)

724

8.51%

Cynthia Travis Vance (N)

594

6.98%

Joe Pacilio (N)

583

6.85%

Temple City Unified School District Special Election Governing Board Member (Unexpired Term Ending December 4, 2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Matt W. Smith (N)

2,726

55.47%

Kien C. Tiet (N)

2,188

44.53%

Torrance Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Betty Lieu (N)

22,121

28.55%

James Han (N)

13,427

17.33%

Jeremy L. Gerson (N)

12,366

15.96%

Martha Deutsch (N)

12,280

15.85%

Michael P. Wermers (N)

9,787

12.63%

Alejandro Santander (N)

7,495

9.67%

West Covina Unified School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Rose Lopez (N)

4,829

33.15%

Eileen Miranda Jimenez (N)

4,040

27.73%

Jessica C. Shewmaker (N)

3,594

24.67%

Francisco Daniel Gutierrez (N)

2,104

14.44%

Westside Union School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jennifer J. Navarro (N)

6,612

23.64%

Billy A. Lindoff (N)

6,379

22.81%

John K. Curiel (N)

6,200

22.17%

Travis K. Wilson (N)

4,863

17.39%

Amaka Donn (N)

3,912

13.99%

William S. Hart Union High School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Bob Jensen (N)

6,499

49.61%

Donna Robert (N)

5,645

43.09%

Chris Werthe (N)

956

7.30%

William S. Hart Union High School District Governing Board Member, Trustee Area No. 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Joe Messina (N)

7,359

51.54%

Kelly Trunkey (N)

5,293

37.07%

Jeff Martin (N)

1,625

11.38%

Wilsona School District Governing Board Member

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Kathy Harris (N)

661

29.27%

Robert Harris (N)

542

24.00%

David M. Lewis (N)

530

23.47%

Anne E. Misicka (N)

525

23.25%

Wilsona School District Special Election - Measure WE

To modernize classrooms and support facilities, integrate school facilities with academic programs, increase student access to computers and modern classroom technology, improve student safety, and qualify the District to receive State grants, shall the Wilsona School District issue $6,500,000 in bonds at legal rates, levy an estimated 3 cents/$100 of assessed value, raising an average $351,916 annually while bonds are outstanding, with regular expenditure transparency measures including annual audits, and no money for administrator salaries?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

813

66.37%

No

412

33.63%

Library Districts

Altadena Library District Member, Board of Trustees

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Katie Clark (N)

7,322

41.98%

Jason Capell (N)

3,475

19.92%

Dawn Mooney Digrius (N)

3,161

18.12%

Ira Bershatsky (N)

1,916

10.98%

Bernadette Hendry (N)

1,569

9.00%

Altadena Library District Special Election Member, Board of Trustees (Unexpired Term Ending 12/4/2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Betsy Kahn (N)

8,562

51.48%

Terry Andrues (N)

4,203

25.27%

Louise A. Hamlin (N)

3,867

23.25%

Water Districts

Central Basin Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Bob O. Apodaca (N)

22,496

43.33%

Alex Raul Morales (N)

15,068

29.03%

L. Hilary Barba (N)

7,571

14.58%

Max A. Ordonez (N)

6,777

13.05%

Central Basin Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 3

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Arturo Chacon (N)

15,260

49.07%

Servando Ornelas (N)

8,611

27.69%

Diana Santiago Bagne (N)

7,230

23.25%

Central Basin Municipal Water District Special Election Member, Board of Directors, Division 1 (Unexpired Term Ending December 4, 2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Martha E. Camacho-Rodriguez (N)

12,754

28.21%

Priscilla Flores (N)

11,881

26.28%

Robert "Bob" Tapia (N)

11,838

26.19%

Jennifer Rodriguez (N)

8,732

19.32%

La Habra Heights County Water District Member, Board of Directors

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Brad Cooke (N)

799

31.09%

Karen Baroldi (N)

772

30.04%

Michael R. Hughes (N)

525

20.43%

Jerry R. Lowe (N)

474

18.44%

Palmdale Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 2

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Don F. Wilson (N)

1,818

61.17%

Joe Estes (N)

1,154

38.83%

Palmdale Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Vincent J. Dino (N)

2,107

71.54%

Sheik Aslam (N)

838

28.46%

Pico Water District Member, Board of Directors

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Victor Caballero (N)

2,153

22.16%

Andrew C. Lara (N)

2,000

20.59%

Robert A. Martinez (N)

1,951

20.08%

E.A. "Pete" Ramirez (N)

1,844

18.98%

Raul Murga (N)

1,766

18.18%

San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Bruce H. Knoles (N)

2,431

51.25%

Diana C. Williams (N)

2,312

48.75%

Three Valleys Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 1

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Carlos Goytia (N)

5,010

59.69%

Elliott Rothman (N)

3,384

40.31%

Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 5

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jennifer Santana (N)

11,015

57.57%

Arcelia Avila (N)

4,324

22.60%

Art Barrios (N)

3,793

19.83%

Valley County Water District Member, Board of Directors

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Jazmin M. Lopez (N)

3,396

25.31%

David L. Muse (N)

2,969

22.12%

Lenet I. Pacheco (N)

2,621

19.53%

Javier Enrique Vargas (N)

2,425

18.07%

Ralph Galvan (N)

2,009

14.97%

Water Replenishment District of Southern California Member, Board of Directors, Division 1

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Willard H. Murray, Jr. (N)

46,858

50.72%

Analilia Joya (N)

19,906

21.54%

Jabari Jumaane (N)

18,786

20.33%

Joshua L. Henry (N)

6,843

7.41%

Water Replenishment District of Southern California Member, Board of Directors, Division 4

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Sergio Joseph Calderon (N)

44,660

55.56%

Daniel Cortez (N)

15,799

19.65%

Evelyn T. Serfozo (N)

13,356

16.62%

Anthony Perry (N)

6,569

8.17%

West Basin Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 1

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Harold Williams (N)

27,511

72.96%

Rudolfo "Val" Brillantes (N)

10,198

27.04%

West Basin Municipal Water District Member, Board of Directors, Division 4

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Scott Houston (N)

32,739

79.38%

Joseph F. Lococo (N)

8,502

20.62%

Health Care

Antelope Valley Health Care District Member, Board of Directors

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Phil Tuso (N)

32,525

40.07%

Don V. Parazo (N)

26,835

33.06%

Michael P. Rives (N)

21,816

26.87%

Antelope Valley Health Care District Special Election - Measure H

Shall Antelope Valley Healthcare District issue 30-Year General Obligation Bonds, not to exceed $350 million, to improve patient care, increase patient capacity, reduce Emergency Room wait times, and ensure the hospital meets California's 2030 seismic earthquake safety standards by upgrading the existing hospital or building a new state-of-the-art hospital, at rates described in the Voter Guide, requiring independent audits and online transparency to ensure proper use of funds and protect taxpayers, be authorized?

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Yes

38,237

61.54%

No

23,899

38.46%

Beach Cities Health District Member, Board of Directors

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Michelle Anne Bholat (N)

19,700

45.23%

Noel Lee Chun (N)

16,291

37.41%

David H. Mintz (N)

7,560

17.36%

Beach Cities Health District Special Election Member, Board of Directors (Unexpired Term Ending December 4, 2020)

Candidate(s)

Votes

Percent

Vish Chatterji (N)

14,548

50.75%

Andrea N. Giancoli (N)

14,118

49.25%

Party Key |

(D) - Democratic |

(G) - Green |

(L) - Libertarian |

(N) - Non Partisan |

(R) - Republican |