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L.A. County Election Results 2012

See how L.A. County voters cast their ballots in national, local and state races.

Editor's Note: The following statistics are from the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk and Secretary of State's office. L.A. County numbers are based on 100 percent of precincts reporting. 

PRESIDENT

  • BARACK OBAMA DEM 1,614,188 (69.25%) 
  • MITT ROMNEY REP 662,909 (28.44%) 
  • GARY JOHNSON LIB 22,154 (0.95%) 
  • JILL STEIN GRN 14,146 (0.61%) 
  • ROSEANNE BARR PF 10,188 (0.44%) 
  • THOMAS HOEFLING AI 7,207 (0.31%) 

UNITED STATES SENATOR

  • DIANNE FEINSTEIN DEM 1,597,452 (71.14%) 
  • ELIZABETH EMKEN REP 647,958 (28.86%)

STATE SENATOR 27TH DISTRICT

  • FRAN PAVLEY DEM 98,278 (58.66%) 
  • TODD ZINK REP 69,268 (41.34%)

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE 33RD DISTRICT

  • HENRY A WAXMAN DEM 126,880 (53.72%) 
  • BILL BLOOMFIELD NP 109,297 (46.28%) 

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE 47TH DISTRICT

  • ALAN LOWENTHAL DEM 61,985 (63.21%) 
  • GARY DELONG REP 36,074 (36.79%) 

STATE ASSEMBLY MEMBER 50TH DISTRICT

  • RICHARD BLOOM DEM 69,280 (50.08%)
  • BETSY BUTLER DEM 69,062 (49.92%) 

STATE ASSEMBLY MEMBER 54TH DISTRICT

  • HOLLY J MITCHELL DEM 105,935 (83.3%) 
  • KEITH B MCCOWEN REP 21,113 (16.6%)

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

  • JACKIE LACEY 1,113,455 (54.99%) 
  • ALAN JACKSON 911,345 (45.01%) 

COUNTY MEASURE A - METHOD TO ELECT ASSESSOR - (ADVISORY VOTE ONLY)

  • YES 440,092 (22.25%)
  • NO 1,537,693 (77.75%) 

COUNTY MEASURE B - SAFER SEX IN ADULT FILMS - (MAJORITY OF VOTES CAST)

  • YES 1,171,287 (55.85%) 
  • NO 925,782 (44.15%)

LOS ANGELES COUNTY METRO J - MTA SALES TAX CONTINUANCE - (2/3 OF VOTES CAST)

  • YES 1,367,357 (64.72%)
  • NO 745,310 (35.28%)

STATE MEASURE 30  
Temporary Taxes to Fund Education
Majority of Votes Needed, Passed Statewide, 53.9% to 46.1%
L.A. County results:

  • YES 1,351,925 (59.91%)
  • NO 904,675 (40.09%)

STATE MEASURE 31
State Budget, State and Local Government
Majority of Votes Needed, Defeated Statewide, 39.2% to 60.8%
L.A. County results: 

  • YES 714,555 (34.22%) 
  • NO 1,373,593 (65.78%)

STATE MEASURE 32
Political Contributions by Payroll Deduction
Majority of Votes Needed, Defeated Statewide, 43.9% to 56.1%
L.A. County results:  

  • YES 802,944 (36.34%) 
  • NO 1,406,707 (63.66%)

STATE MEASURE 33
Auto Insurance Prices Based on Driver History
Majority of Votes Needed, Defeated Statewide, 45.4% to 54.6%
L.A. County results: 

  • YES 949,512 (43.69%) 
  • NO 1,224,011 (56.31%)

STATE MEASURE 34
Death Penalty Repeal
Majority of Votes Needed, Defeated Statewide, 47.2% to 52.8%
L.A. County results: 

  • YES 1,191,545 (54.04%)
  • NO 1,013,477 (45.96%) 

STATE MEASURE 35
Human Trafficking
Majority of Votes Needed, Passed Statewide, 81.1% to 18.9%
L.A. County results: 

  • YES 1,728,101 (78.84%) 
  • NO 463,847 (21.16%) 

STATE MEASURE 36
Three Strikes Law
Majority of Votes Needed, Passed Statewide, 68.6% to 31.4%
L.A. County results: 

  • YES 1,570,570 (71.69%)
  • NO 620,190 (28.31%) 

STATE MEASURE 37
Genetically Engineered Foods Labeling
Majority of Votes Needed, Defeated Statewide, 46.9% to 53.1%
L.A. County results:  

  • YES 1,141,769 (51.45%) 
  • NO 1,077,266 (48.55%)

STATE MEASURE 38
Tax for Education, Early Childhood Programs
Majority of Votes Needed, Defeated Statewide, 27.7% to 72.3%
L.A. County results:  

  • YES 694,627 (31.68%) 
  • NO 1,497,776 (68.32%) 

STATE MEASURE 39
Business Tax for Energy Funding
Majority of Votes Needed, Passed Statewide, 60.1% to 39.9%
L.A. County results:  

  • YES 1,387,932 (64.74%) 
  • NO 755,791 (35.26%) 

STATE MEASURE 40
Redistricting State Senate
Majority of Votes Needed, Passed Statewide, 71.4% to 28.6%
L.A. County results:  

  • YES 1,396,876 (67.82%) 
  • NO 662,908 (32.18%)

COUNTYWIDE STATISTICS

  • TOTAL PRECINCTS 4,993 
  • PRECINCTS REPORTING 4,993 (100.00%) 
  • REGISTRATION 4,593,621 
  • VOTE BY MAIL 448,470 
  • BALLOTS CAST/TURNOUT 2,368,283 (51.56%)
Judy Scott November 08, 2012 at 01:45 AM
Ecstatic!
Robert Crawdad Ramos November 08, 2012 at 05:38 PM
I'm ashamed to live in this dump.
Mike Ruehle November 08, 2012 at 10:40 PM
DeLong even lost in his own City Council district to Lowenthal with voting of 8,785 to 9,791. Lowenthal won EVERY city council district in Long Beach. What does this say about DeLong's representation of voters in DeLong's own City Council District 3 who would rather have someone other than DeLong represent them in congress? http://www.lbreport.com/news/nov12/elecvots.htm

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