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UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS

Counting of late and absentee ballots could alter the outcome in some races

LOS ANGELES

City Council

District 1 *

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64 of 64 Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTE % Mike Hernandez 3,105 42.07 Sharon Mee Yung Lowe 1,506 20.40 Sandra L. Figueroa 1,320 17.88 Frank Juarez Foster 853 11.55 Caesar K. Aguirre 318 4.30 Maria “Liz” Munoz 277 3.75

District 6

188 of 189 Precincts Reporting

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CANDIDATE VOTE % Ruth Galanter ** 17,137 69.34 Mary Lee Gray 7,574 30.65

District 8

141 of 142 Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTE % Mark Ridley-Thomas 8,262 51.17 Roderick Wright 7,882 48.82

District 9***

115 of 115 Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTE % Rita D. Walters 6,010 50.88 Bob Gay 5,802 49.11

District 12

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203 of 203 Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTE % Hal Bernson ** 16,694 51.14 Julianna Korenstein 15,948 48.85

* Primary Election

** Incumbent

*** Special Election

Board of Education

District 1

369 of 372 Precincts Reporting

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CANDIDATE VOTE % Barbara Boudreaux 20,018 50.53 Sterling Delone 19,596 49.46

Community College Board of Trustees

Office No. 5

2,726 of 2,730 Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTE % Kenneth S. Washington 109,145 51.64 Paul Cohen Koretz 102,189 48.35

* Primary Election

** Incumbent

*** Special Election

Ballot Measures

2,312 of 2,315 Precincts Reporting

Proposition 1 *

A $298.8 million bond measure for improvements in city parks and recreational facilities.

VOTE % For 119,518 58.41 Against 85,097 41.58

Proposition 2 *

Graffiti prevention tax, a levy of 10 cents per can on the retail sale of aerosol spray-paint containers and 5 cents on the retail sale of felt-tipped markers or other marking instruments. The money would be used to pay for the removal and prevention of graffiti.

VOTE % For 119,850 58.68 Against 84,367 41.31

Proposition 3

Would amend the City Charter to permit the replacement of incapacitated elected officials.

VOTE % For 146,881 76.01 Against 46,352 23.98

Proposition 4

Would clarify the City’s anti-apartheid contracting policy to competitively bid bond contracts awarded by City departments that have independent control of their funds.

VOTE % For 114,656 59.71 Against 77,350 40.28

Proposition 5

Would give City Council greater control over city’s independent boards and commissions.

VOTE % For 117,250 59.19 Against 80,812 40.80

* Needs two-thirds support for passage

Winning candidates or those involved in runoffs are in bold type. Runoff elections will be held in those races where no candidate received 50% or more of the vote.

46th Assembly District (Special Election)

124 of 124 Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTE % Barbara Friedman (D) 3,185 16.40 John Emerson (D) 3,071 15.81 T.S. Chung (D) 1,990 10.24 Joselyn Geaga Yap (D) 1,806 9.30 Bob Burke (D) 1,651 8.50 Kathleen A. Torres (D) 1,428 7.35 Keith Umemoto (D) 1,482 7.63 Geoffrey Church (R) 1,183 6.09 Michael Cacciotti (D) 1,140 5.87 Jill Halverson (D) 1,050 5.40 Adam Schiff (D) 710 3.65 John Ladner (D) 376 1.93 Elizabeth Nakano (P) 185 0.95 Michael Everling (L) 102 0.52 Sal Genovese (D) 58 0.29

NOTE: Candidates in bold type will appear in a July 30 runoff.

Party affiliation is indicated in parentheses:

(D) Democratic

(P) Peace and Freedom

(L) Libertarian

(R) Republican

BEVERLY HILLS

Beverly Hills Unified School District

Proposition A--Parcel tax *

17 of 17 Precincts Reporting

VOTE % Yes 4,577 63.30 No 2,653 36.69

COMPTON

City Council

District 1

34 of 34 Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTE % Omar Bradley 2,904 64.8 Pedro Pallan 1,577 35.2

District 4

34 of 34 Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTE % Jane Robbins ** 2,335 52.6 Jean Sanders 2,103 47.4

INGLEWOOD

Inglewood Unified School District Board

Seat 5

34 of 34 Precincts Reporting

CANDIDATE VOTE % Loystene Irvin 2,289 68.5 Zyra McCloud ** 1,054 31.5

MONTEBELLO

Montebello Unified School District

Board of Trustees (one seat)

38 of 38 precincts

CANDIDATE VOTE % Frank M. Serrano 2,041 50.44 Barbara L. Chavira 1,785 44.11 Joe Aguilar Urquidi 220 5.43

Winner needs more than 50% or there is a runoff.

MONROVIA

Proposition A--Bonds, special tax *

9 of 9 Precincts Reporting

VOTE % Yes 1,671 62.0 No 1,020 38.0

PALOS VERDES

Palos Verdes Library District

Proposition D--Bonds *

40 of 40 Precincts Reporting

VOTE % Yes 4,266 69.88 No 1,838 30.11

POMONA

Pomona Unified School District

Proposition E--Bonds *

36 of 36 Precincts Reporting

VOTE % Yes 6,459 74.7 No 2,184 25.2

SAN MARINO

San Marino Unified School District

Proposition F--Parcel tax *

6 of 6 Precincts Reporting

VOTE % Yes 3,094 83.1 No 629 16.8

WALNUT

Walnut Unified School District

Proposition H--Bonds *

16 of 16 Precincts Reporting

VOTE % Yes 3,788 74.6 No 1,287 25.3

* Needs two-thirds support for passage

** Incumbent

Cecilia Rasmussen, Michael Meyers, John Hernandez, Mario Munoz and Scott Masko contributed to the election tables.


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