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November 5, 2019 Election

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County Results as of 2019/11/12 13:38:19, 100% of Precincts Reporting (74/74)
22.1% Countywide Voter Turnout (46,062/208,480)
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    School

    Governing Board Member; Compton Unified School DistrictClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (3 Elected)

    • Anthony L. Perry
    • Charles Davis
    • Gregory Pitts
    • Latoya Denise Parsee
    • Micah Ali
    • Jerry Randle
    • Marcus Hughes, Sr.
    • Dajaun L. Jones
    • Mary Jackson-Freeny
    • Sandra F. Moss
    • Rodney Lonnell Curry
    • Lucia J. Ortega

    City

    City Treasurer; City of Hermosa BeachClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Karen S. Nowicki
      3,031 votes 100.0%

    Councilmember; City of Hermosa BeachClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Justin Massey
      2,654 votes 40.3%
    • Michael Detoy
      2,543 votes 38.6%
    • Trent Larson
      1,383 votes 21.0%

    Councilmember; City of La Habra HeightsClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Dennis M. Laherty
      701 votes 33.4%
    • Jane L. Williams
      616 votes 29.4%
    • Kyle Miller
      530 votes 25.3%
    • Ginarose Kimball
      251 votes 12.0%

    Councilmember; City of Long Beach; District 1Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Mary Zendejas
      858 votes 31.5%
    • Mariela Salgado
      695 votes 25.5%
    • Misi Tagaloa
      512 votes 18.8%
    • Ray Morquecho
      209 votes 7.7%
    • Joe Ganem
      162 votes 6.0%
    • Elliot Gonzales
      149 votes 5.5%
    • Shelbyrae Black
      79 votes 2.9%
    • Shirley Huling
      58 votes 2.1%

    Councilmember; City of Pico RiveraClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites

    • Monica Sanchez
      2,219 votes 54.3%
    • Erik Lutz
      1,105 votes 27.1%
    • Diego Rubalcava-Alvarez
      641 votes 15.7%
    • Fernando Soto
      120 votes 2.9%

    Councilmember; City of Rancho Palos VerdesClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • David Bradley
      5,021 votes 22.9%
    • Barbara Ferraro
      4,712 votes 21.5%
    • Ken Dyda
      4,531 votes 20.7%
    • Dave Emenhiser
      4,085 votes 18.7%
    • Stephen Perestam
      3,530 votes 16.1%

    Councilmember; City of San MarinoClick here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites (2 Elected)

    • Steve Talt
      1,686 votes 51.3%
    • Steven Huang
      1,599 votes 48.7%

    Local Measures

    Measure A Sales and Use Tax -- City of South Pasadena (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 2,608 / 60.5% Yes votes ...... 1,702 / 39.5% No votes
    To maintain 9-1-1 emergency response times, including to home break-ins and thefts; neighborhood, school and park police patrols, fire/paramedic services, fire station operations, emergency preparedness; retain/attract local businesses; maintain streets/infrastructure; provide other general services and maintain City finances, shall the City of South Pasadena establish a 3/4 sales tax providing approximately $1,500,000 annually until ended by voters, all funds remaining in South Pasadena?

    Measure B Hospitality Working Conditions Ordinance -- City of Rancho Palos Verdes (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 7,733 / 76.9% Yes votes ...... 2,324 / 23.1% No votes
    Shall the measure, known as the HOSPITALITY WORKING CONDITIONS ORDINANCE, placed on the ballot by initiative petition, applicable to large hotels, golf courses and amusement parks, and which enacts a wage floor of $15/hour (CPI adjustments), limits daily work hours, limits daily square footage of rooms cleaned, requires panic-buttons for employees, requires maintenance of detailed compliance records, prohibits employer retaliation against employees, requires employee notices, and imposes fines and attorneys' fees for violation, be adopted?

    Measure C Office of City Clerk -- City of South Pasadena (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 1,977 / 61.4% Yes votes ...... 1,244 / 38.6% No votes
    Shall the office of city clerk be appointive?

    Measure H Transient Occupancy Tax -- City of Hermosa Beach (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 3,065 / 77.9% Yes votes ...... 868 / 22.1% No votes
    Shall an ordinance be adopted increasing the transient occupancy tax (hotel bed tax) paid by hotel/motel guests from 12% to 14% of room revenue raising approximately $550,000 annually to be controlled and used locally for general municipal services in Hermosa Beach such as police, fire, and paramedic services, infrastructure/street repairs, and park upgrades, until ended by voters?

    Measure I Transactions and Use (Sales) Tax -- City of Irwindale (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 117 / 60.6% Yes votes ...... 76 / 39.4% No votes
    To maintain City of Irwindale service levels including local police protection, 911 emergency response, public safety, senior citizen/park/transportation/recreation programs; maintain library services, and programs that create jobs/attract local businesses; fix potholes/streets; and other general City services; shall the measure enacting a three-quarters percent transactions and use sales tax to be levied annually to generate an estimated $1,180,000 until ended by voters be adopted requiring an ordinance, and funds only for Irwindale?

    Measure K Transactions and Use (Sales) Tax -- City of Monrovia (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 2,801 / 63.4% Yes votes ...... 1,620 / 36.6% No votes
    To keep local sales tax dollars in Monrovia to fund general city services, including community center improvements, police, fire, 911, senior services, parks, recreation, clean water and others, shall the Monrovia Transactions and Use Tax Ordinance of 2019, placed on the ballot by the City Council, be approved, imposing a 0.75% transactions and use (sales) tax to collect approximately $4.5 million annually spent only in Monrovia, with a Citizens Advisory Committee and annual spending plan?

    Measure S Sales and Use Tax -- City of Sierra Madre (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 1,975 / 80.9% Yes votes ...... 466 / 19.1% No votes
    To maintain police, fire and paramedic response times; maintain police patrols, emergency planning and response, provide for parks, streets, sidewalks and parkway trees, library services, recreation programs, senior programs, and general finances, shall the City of Sierra Madre establish a 3/4 sales tax until ended by voters, providing approximately $225,000 annually with all revenue remaining in Sierra Madre for the benefit of its residents?

    Measure CC Office of City Clerk -- City of Hermosa Beach (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 2,462 / 66.6% Yes votes ...... 1,234 / 33.4% No votes
    Shall the office of city clerk be appointive?

    Measure CR Transactions and Use (Sales) Tax -- City of Claremont (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 4,009 / 50.9% Yes votes ...... 3,869 / 49.1% No votes
    Shall the measure providing general revenue to: maintain existing City services including public safety, youth/senior programs and special events; repair and replace infrastructure and facilities; maintain right-of-way landscaping, parks, and trees; address rising operational costs; restore reserves and improve the financial health of the City, by setting a permanent three-quarter cent (0.75%) transactions (sales) and use tax, resulting in approximately $2,500,000 annually, for Claremont services, programs, and projects, be adopted?

    Measure PS Sales and Use Tax -- City of Lynwood (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 1,384 / 76.3% Yes votes ...... 430 / 23.7% No votes
    To protect and maintain vital city police services, fire protection, street and pothole repair, parks and recreation programs; and other essential services, shall the City of Lynwood remove the 10 year sunset provision from the existing one cent sales and use tax? All funds remain in Lynwood.

    Measure SM Special Public Safety Tax -- City of San Marino (Majority Approval Required)
    Pass: 1,664 / 71.1% Yes votes ...... 678 / 28.9% No votes
    Shall the measure approving an ordinance to continue the Special Public Safety Tax for Paramedic Services, Fire Protection and Prevention and Police Protection in San Marino, providing approximately $3.4 million annually until 2025, continuing the existing rate structure calculating the maximum amount charged to each parcel type based primarily on its zoning and applying police, fire, and paramedic cost components specified in the exhibit to the ordinance, with increases strictly limited each year, be adopted?

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