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County Registrar Certifies March 5 Election Results

Published on Monday, April 1, 2024 | 5:07 pm
 

Although the results have long been decided locally, Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean C. Logan made it official last week when he certified the final results for the March 5 Presidential Primary Election last week.

Although about 29% of eligible voters cast ballots in Los Angeles County.

A total of 1,641,715 ballots were processed and counted with 28.90% of eligible voters casting ballots in Los Angeles County.

In local races, 32,625 people voted in the citywide mayoral contest.

In that race, Victor Gordo defeated Allen Shay.

In District 2, 5,308 voters cast ballots in the race that saw Rick Cole win the District 2 seat over Felicia Williams. That’s about 200 votes less than 2020 when 5,506 people voted.

In District 3, 3,039 people cast ballots in the ballot between Justin Jones and Brandon Lamar. In the election, 403 more people cast ballots than two years ago when Lamar challenged John Kennedy.

In other races, Tyron Hampton and Steve Madison ran unopposed in Districts 1 and 3.

In District 4, 5,953 voters cast ballots in District 4. Despite the large number, the turnout was actually down in the district.

Four years ago, 6,928 people voted in the district.

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to declare the election officially concluded on Tuesday, April 9, 2024.

The new City Council will be sworn in December.

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