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As of this morning, Measure L.A. appears nearly certain to have passed – screenshot of County Clerk election results webpage

  • Preliminary Election Results: Current L.A. County Totals At County Clerk Election Page
    • Close Races Undecided With Many Votes Still To Count (Public Press, LAT)
    • Measure HLA Winning, Wide Lead In Early Votes (LAT, NBC4, Biking in L.A., LAist)
    • Supervisors Mitchell, Hahn and Barger Likely Reelected Outright (LAT)
    • Councilmember Raman Ahead Of Weaver, Runoff Expected (Eastsider, LAT)
    • Councilmember Heather Hutt Leads, Faces Runoff With Grace Yoo (LAT)
    • Councilmember Kevin De León Leading, Runoff Appears Certain (LAT, ABC7)
    • Incumbent Councilmembers Harris-Dawson, Padilla, and Lee Winning Outright (LAT)
    • DA George Gascón Poised For Runoff With Nathan Hochman (LAT, LAist, SC Signal)
    • Urbanist Rick Cole Leads Race For Pasadena Council (Pasadena Now, County Clerk)
    • Laura Friedman Leads U.S. House Race, With Portantino Third (LAT, County Clerk)
  • Burbank Residents Rally Against Bus Lanes (Burbank Leader)
  • Drivers Noticing L.A. Pedestrian Head-Start Signals (Reddit)
  • Carnage: Driver Strikes, Kills Pedestrian On 110 Freeway In South L.A. (KTLA)
    • Car Crash Snarls PCH Near California Incline, Minor Injuries (SMDP)
  • Commercial Fire Blocks train Service Through Oxnard (KTLA)
  • Limited Amtrak Service To Return Through San Clemente (KTLA)

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