How We Voted: Preliminary Local, State & National Election Results

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Posted November 9, 2016 by The Argonaut in News
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Donald Trump’s surprise victory wasn’t the only important story of the night.

As the nation took a hard right turn, California turned far to the left. Locally and statewide, voters legalized recreational marijuana, embraced bilingual education, approved Gov. Jerry Brown’s state prison reform plan and raised billions of dollars for affordable housing, parks and schools.

California voters stopped short of ending the death penalty, however, while supporting a competing measure to speed up executions.

Santa Monica voters rejected local Measure LV, which would have required popular approval of all major new development in the city.

Check back Wednesday afternoon for more detailed coverage of local election results.

— Joe Piasecki

Los Angeles County Supervisor
Janice Hahn: 241,961 (56.1%)
Steve Napolitano: 189,132 (43.9%)

L.A. County Measure A – Parks
Yes: 1,518,917 (73.5%)
No: 548,125 (26.5%)

L.A. County Measure M – Transportation
Yes: 1,450,943 (69.8%)
No: 627,256 (30.2%)

L.A. City HHH – Affordable Housing
Yes: 571,461 (76%)
No: 179,638 (24%)

L.A. City JJJ – Construction Rules
Yes: 460,821 (64%)
No: 259,903 (36%)

L.A. City RRR – LADWP
Yes: 337,324 (48.3%)
No: 360,834 (51.7%)

L.A. City SSS – Pensions
Yes: 343,006 (50.3%)
No: 339,156 (49.7%)

Santa Monica GSH – Retail Tax
Yes: 17,238 (63%)
No: 10,123 (37%)

Santa Monica GS – Spending Priorities
Yes: 18,979 (70%)
No: 8,126 (30%)

Santa Monica LV – Development
Yes: 12,658 (43.8%)
No: 16,237 (56.2%)

Santa Monica SM – Campaign Finance
Yes: 21,083 (82.6%)
No: 4,426 (17.3%)

Santa Monica College Bond V
Yes: 20,401 (64%)
No: 11,433 (36%)

Santa Monica City Council (Top 4)
Terry O’Day: 12,889 (16.4%)
Tony Vasquez: 12,551 (16%)
Ted Winterer: 12,407 (15.8%)
Gleam Davis: 12,141 (15.4%)
Armen Melkonians: 7,870 (10%)
Oscar de la Torre: 7,308 (9.3%)
James T. Watson: 3,973 (5%)
Mende Smith: 3,385 (4.3%)
Terence Later: 3,379 (4.3%)
Jon Mann: 2,692 (3.4%)

L.A. Community Colleges Bond (CC)
Yes: 764,660 (75.3%)
No: 250,660 (24.7%)

Water Replenishment District
Robert Katherman: 68,429 (47.2%)
Jim Kennedy: 49,080 (33.8%)
Merrill Kruger: 27,505 (19%)

62nd Assembly District
Baron Bruno (L): 5,377 (5.1%)
Autumn Burke (D): 81,462 (77.5%)
Tony Leal (R): 18,337 (17.4%)

Prop 51 – School Funding
Yes: 4,563,344 (53.9%)
No: 3,895,692 (46.1%)

Prop 52 – Hospital Fee
Yes: 5,833,639 (69.7%)
No: 2,538,819 (30.3%)

Prop 53 – Bond Approvals
Yes: 3,977,341 (48.5%)
No: 4,225,468 (51.5%)

Prop 54 – Legislative Transparency
Yes: 5,264,283 (64.3%)
No: 2,928,749 (35.7%)

Prop 55 – Taxing the Wealthy
Yes: 5,241,994 (62.1%)
No: 3,194,194 (37.9%)

Prop 56 – Cigarette Tax
Yes: 5,437,475 (62.9%)
No: 3,201,786 (37.1%)

Prop 57 – Criminal Sentencing
Yes: 5,392,669 (63.7%)
No: 3,078,341 (36.3%)

Prop 58 – Bilingual Education
Yes: 6,119,998 (72.5%)
No: 2,322,184 (27.5%)

Prop 59 – Citizens United
Yes: 4,211,022 (52.4%)
No: 3,824,644 (47.6%)

Prop 60 – Condoms in Porn
Yes: 3,806,965 (46.1%)
No: 4,459,929 (53.9%)

Prop 61 – Drug Costs
Yes: 3,854,743 (46.3%)
No: 4,471,639 (53.7%)

Prop 62 – End the Death Penalty
Yes: 3,896,420 (46.1%)
No: 4,547,469 (53.9%)

Prop 63 – Ammunition Sales
Yes: 5,347,351 (62.7%)
No: 3,176,818 (37.3%)

Prop 64 – Marijuana Legalization
Yes: 4,855,471 (56.1%)
No: 3,805,478 (43.9%)

Prop 65 – Paper Bag Tax
Yes: 3,744,432 (44.7%)
No: 4,641,541 (55.3%)

Prop 66 – Expedite the Death Penalty
Yes: 4,119,542 (50.9%)
No: 3,977,771 (49.1%)

Prop 67 – Plastic Bag Ban
Yes: 4,387,142 (52%)
No: 4,044,093 (48%)

33rd Congressional District
Ted Lieu (D): 143,570 (66.4%)
Kenneth Wright (R): 72,715 (33.6%)

37th Congressional District
Karen Bass (D): 119,285 (82.1%)
Chris Wiggins (D): 26.027 (17.9%)

43rd Congressional District
Omar Navarro (R): 34,773 (24.2%)
Maxine Waters (D): 108,879 (75.8%)

United States Senate
Kamala Harris (D): 4,730,920 (62.7%)
Loretta Sanchez (D): 2,810,349 (37.3%)

President of the United States
(Los Angeles County Voters Only)
Donald Trump (R): 525,104 (23.4%)
Hillary Clinton (D): 1,600,453 (71.4%)
Gary Johnson (L): 55,081 (2.5%)
Jill Stein (G): 45,442 (2.0%)

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Results not yet certified; provisional and other ballots still being counted. Sources: California Secretary of State, L.A. County Registrar-Recorder, Santa Monica City Clerk. Compiled by Joe Piasecki.

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3 Comments


  1.  
    Alan

    For all you libearls. plaese move to Canda ASAP as you promised so housing cost will go down. I am in the market but can only afford one million.




  2.  

    Judging by the results above, Alan. I would say that the liberals will all be flocking to LA any day. You might want to leave the city. 😉




  3.  
    Doc

    LA you will unfortunately get what you voted for! Good luck!





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