Past Elections – March 8 – Los Angeles

Craig HueyPast Election Archive

Past Elections (see results)

Election results:

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= Our candidate or issue lost

City of Azusa

Mayor; City of Azusa

    No recommendations

  • Joseph Romero Rocha smiley

Council Member; City of Azusa (2 Elected)

    No recommendations

  • Angel A. Carrillo smiley
  • Uriel Edward Macias smiley
  • Madelyn S. Payne frowny
  • Jorge V. Rosales frowny
  • Paul Naccachian frowny

City of Bell

Council Member to Succeed Teresa Jacobo; City of Bell

  • Danny L. Harber smiley
  • Coco Ceja frowny

Council Member to Succeed Luis Artiga; City of Bell

  • Janice Leal Bass frowny
  • Ana Maria Quintana smiley
  • Miguel Alejandro Sanchez frowny
  • Donald Tavares frowny
  • Lorenzo Miguel Martinez frowny

Council Member; City of Bell (3 Elected)

  • Estela Mota frowny
  • Imelda Serrano frowny
  • Nestor Enrique Valencia smiley
  • Fidencio Joel Gallardo frowny
  • Mario S. Rivas frowny
  • Marcos A. Oliva frowny
  • Guillermo “Willie” Aguilar frowny
  • Lorenzo S. Velez thumbs up frowny
  • Violeta Alvarez smiley
  • Ali Saleh thumbs up smiley

City of Bellflower

Council Member; City of Bellflower (3 Elected)

  • Ray T. Smith frowny
  • Randy Bomgaars smiley
  • C. “Sonny” Santa Ines smiley
  • Raymond Dunton smiley
  • Sue ElHessen frowny
  • Rick Royse frowny
  • Michael Gatiglio frowny

City of Beverly Hills

Council Member; City of Beverly Hills (2 Elected)

    No recommendations

  • Nancy H. Krasne frowny
  • Julian A. Gold smiley
  • Lili Bosse smiley

Measures

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NoMeasure BH-O. Tax on Oil and Natural Gas Extraction — City of Beverly Hills (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall an ordinance that increases the oil extraction tax imposed on oil companies and establishes a natural gas extraction tax on oil and gas companies for deposit into the General Fund to support general fund services including police, fire, paramedics, library, administrative support services, and street and park maintenance, and that makes a change to the definition of gross receipts set forth in the Beverly Hills Municipal Code, be adopted”?

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YesMeasure BH-P2. Two Hours of Free Parking Initiative — City of Beverly Hills (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall an ordinance be adopted to require the City Council to provide free parking for two hours at particular City-owned parking facilities and limit the amount of monthly parking at those facilities?

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YesMeasure BH-P3. Three Hours of Free Parking for Residents — City of Beverly Hills (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall an ordinance be adopted to provide Beverly Hills residents with free parking for three hours daily and a discount of 50% from evening flat rates at particular City-owned parking facilities?

City of Calabasas

Council Member; City of Calabasas (2 Elected)

  • Roxsana Sepanlou frowny
  • Alicia Weintraub thumbs up frowny
  • Lucy Martin smiley
  • Martha Fritz frowny
  • Terry Stobie frowny
  • Bob Sibilia thumbs up frowny
  • Fred Gaines smiley

City of Carson

Council Member; City of Carson (2 Elected)

  • Elito M. Santarina frowny
  • Michael “Mike” Mitoma frowny
  • Lula Davis-Holmes frowny
  • Jules Manson frowny
  • Harold Williams frowny

City Clerk; City of Carson

  • Helen Kawagoe frowny

City Treasurer; City of Carson

  • Jerry Quinones Lee frowny
  • Rey Monzon frowny
  • Karen Avilla frowny
  • Alene B. Harris frowny

City of Cerritos

Council Member; City of Cerritos (3 Elected)

  • Joseph Cho smiley
  • Mark E. Pulido smiley
  • Bruce W. Barrows thumb up smiley
  • Harshad Mody frowny
  • Christopher F. “Chris” Fuentes frowny
  • Grace Hu thumb up frowny
  • Kiran Rami frowny

City of Claremont

Council Member; City of Claremont (3 Elected)

  • Opanyi K. Nasiali smiley
  • Rex Jaime frowny
  • Joseph Armendarez frowny
  • Sam Pedroza smiley
  • Robin Haulman frowny
  • Jay N. Pocock frowny
  • Michael John Keenan frowny
  • Joseph M. Lyons smiley

City of Commerce

Council Member; City of Commerce (2 Elected)

  • Shawn Estrada frowny
  • Ray Gordy Cisneros frowny
  • George Kevanian frowny
  • Joe Aguilar smiley
  • Denise Robles smiley
  • Jaime Valencia frowny
  • Elizabeth Flores frowny
  • Jose S. Acero frowny

City of Glendora

Council Member; City of Glendora (3 Elected)

  • Erica Landmann-Johnsey frowny
  • Judy Marie Nelson smiley
  • Jason Nagy frowny
  • John C. Fields frowny
  • Doug Tessitor smiley
  • Cynthia Natalie Carrasco frowny
  • Joe Santoro smiley

City of Hidden Hills

Council Member; City of Hidden Hills (3 Elected)

  • Larry G. Weber smiley
  • Stuart E. Siegel smiley
  • Marvin Landon smiley
  • Cyrous Sacket frowny
  • Curt Miles frowny

City of Huntington Park

Council Member; City of Huntington Park (3 Elected)

  • Efren Martinez frowny
  • Rosa E. Perez smiley
  • Mario Gomez thumbs up smiley
  • Nick M. Ioannidis frowny
  • Irving Pacheco frowny
  • Ofelia Hernandez smiley
  • Valentin Palos Amezquita frowny
  • Graciela Ortiz frowny

City of La Canada Flintridge

Council Member; City of La Canada Flintridge (3 Elected)

  • Laura Olhasso thumbs up smiley
  • James Hill thumbs up frowny
  • Charlie Kamar frowny
  • Donald Voss smiley
  • Michael Davitt smiley
  • Jacqueline Harris frowny
  • Robert Richter frowny

City of La Habra Heights

Council Member; City of La Habra Heights (2 Elected)

  • Howard Vipperman smiley
  • Larry Black frowny
  • Phillip W. “Phil” Lough frowny
  • Roy R. Francis smiley

City of Lakewood

Council Member; City of Lakewood (2 Elected)

  • Lawrence H. “Larry” Van Nostran smiley
  • Jeff Wood smiley
  • Marc Titel frowny
  • Joy Janes frowny
  • Marisa Perez frowny

City of La Mirada

Council Member; City of La Mirada (3 Elected)

  • Larry Mowles smiley
  • Andrew Sarega frowny
  • Steve Jones smiley
  • Stephen DeRuse smiley
  • Paul R. Brown frowny

City of Los Angeles

Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 2

  • Augusto Bisani frowny
  • Paul Krekorian smiley

Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 4

  • Stephen Box frowny
  • Tom Labonge smiley
  • Tomas O’Grady frowny

Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 6

  • Tony Cardenas smiley
  • David Barron frowny
  • Rich Goodman frowny
  • James “Jamie” Cordaro frowny

Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 8

  • Armenak Nouridjanian Write-in candidate frowny
  • Forescee Hogan-Rowles frowny
  • Bernard C. Parks smiley
  • Jabari S. Jumaane frowny

Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 10

  • Althea Rae Shaw frowny
  • Luis Montoya frowny
  • Herb J. Wesson, Jr. smiley
  • Austin Dragon frowny
  • Andrew “Andy” Kim frowny
  • Chris Brown frowny

Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 12

  • Navraj “Singh” Singh frowny
  • Brad Smith frowny
  • Armineh Chelebian frowny
  • Dinesh “Danny” Lakhanpal frowny
  • Mitchell Englander smiley
  • Kelly M. Lord, Jr. frowny

Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 14

  • Rudy Martinez frowny
  • Jose Huizar smiley

School

Board Member; Los Angeles Unified School District; District 1

    No recommendations

  • Marguerite Poindexter Lamotte smiley
  • Eric Lee frowny

Board Member; Los Angeles Unified School District; District 3

  • Tamar Galatzan smiley
  • Louis Pugliese frowny

Board Member; Los Angeles Unified School District; District 5

    No recommendations

  • Bennett Kayser frowny
  • John Fernandez frowny
  • Luis Sanchez smiley

Board Member; Los Angeles Unified School District; District 7

    No recommendations

  • Jesus M. Escandon frowny
  • Richard A. Vladovic smiley
  • Roye Love frowny

Member of the Board of Trustees; Los Angeles Community College District; Office 1

  • Jozef Thomas “Joe” Essavi frowny
  • Derrick Mims frowny
  • Gwen Walker frowny
  • Oswaldo “Ozzie” Lopez frowny
  • Mona Field smiley

Member of the Board of Trustees; Los Angeles Community College District; Office 3

  • Steven Veres smiley
  • Joyce Burrell Garcia frowny
  • Mark Isler Write-in candidate frowny

Member of the Board of Trustees; Los Angeles Community College District; Office 5
Our research shows Manny Aldana is also a qualified candidate for this office.
Since there is only one elected to this office, our official endorsement is listed below. We are likely to endorse Aldana for any upcoming election in the future.

  • Nicole Michelle Chase frowny
  • Manuel “Manny” Aldana, Jr. frowny
  • Lydia A. Gutierrez smiley
  • Octavio Pescador frowny
  • Pamela R. Bolin frowny
  • Mark Lee frowny
  • Scott Svonkin smiley

Member of the Board of Trustees; Los Angeles Community College District; Office 7

  • Miguel Santiago smiley
  • Erick Aguirre frowny

Measures

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YesCharter Amendment LA-G. Pension Reform — City of Los Angeles (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall the Charter be amended: (1) to provide sworn Fire, Police, and Harbor Department employees, who are hired on or after July 1, 2011, with the pension benefits provided in the Fire and Police Pension Plan-Tier 6; and (2) to modify provisions of the Fire and Police Pension Plan in order to facilitate compliance with state and federal laws, to authorize the Council to establish an Excess Benefit Plan, to allow flexibility in establishing amortization policies, and to make technical changes?

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NoCharter Amendment LA-H. Restriction on Campaign Contributions from City Contractors — City of Los Angeles (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall the Charter be amended to (1) restrict campaign contributions and fundraising by bidders on certain City contracts; require increased disclosure for bidders; and provide for bans on future contracts for violators; and (2) build upon the city’s voter-approved campaign trust fund, which provides limited public matching funds for qualified City candidates who agree to spending limits, by lifting the maximum balance in the fund while allowing the City Council by a two-thirds vote to not make the annual appropriation and temporarily transfer funds to meet City budgetary obligations in certain emergency conditions?

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YesCharter Amendment LA-I. DWP Ratepayer Advocate — City of Los Angeles (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall the Charter be amended to establish an Office of Public Accountability for the Department of Water and Power, overseen by an Executive Director appointed by a citizens committee and confirmed by the Council and Mayor for a five-year term, to provide public independent analysis of Department actions as they relate to water and electricity rates?

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YesCharter Amendment LA-J. DWP Revenue Transfers and Budget Deadline — City of Los Angeles (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall the Charter be amended to (a) require the Department of Water and Power for informational purposes to submit to the City Council by March 31 each year a preliminary budget for the ensuing fiscal year (July 1 through June 30), to be updated by May 31 with new information, and (b) establish procedures for making surplus transfers from the Power Revenue Fund to the City Reserve Fund?

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NoCharter Amendment LA-L. Reassignment of Funds for Library System — City of Los Angeles (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall the Charter be amended to incrementally increase the amount the City is required to dedicate annually from its General Fund to the Library Department to an amount equal to .0300% of the assessed value of all property in the City, and incrementally increase the Library Department’s responsibility for its direct and indirect costs until it pays for all of its direct and indirect costs, in order to provide Los Angeles neighborhood public libraries with additional funding to help restore library service hours, purchase books and support library programs, subject to audits, using existing funds with no new taxes?

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NoProposition LA-M. Tax on Medical Marijuana — City of Los Angeles (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

  • In order to fund general municipal services, including but not limited to such matters as police protection and crime suppression services, fire prevention and suppression services, park and recreation facilities, and general improvements throughout the City, shall a tax be authorized on marijuana collectives of $50 per $1000 of gross receipts recognizing that the sale of marijuana is illegal?

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YesMeasure LA-N. Public Funding of Campaigns — City of Los Angeles (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall the Charter be amended to comply with recent court decisions and avoid liability to the City by removing from the Charter three provisions determined by courts to be unconstitutional regarding campaign contribution limits on independent, non-candidate controlled groups’ spending in City and LAUSD elections and notice and contribution limits regarding self-financed candidates that lifts contribution limits for only some candidates in City elections?

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NoProposition LA-O. Tax on Oil Companies — City of Los Angeles (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

  • In order to fund general municipal services, including but not limited to such matters as police protection and crime suppression services, fire prevention and suppression services, park and recreation facilities, and general improvements throughout the City, shall an ordinance be adopted to impose a tax on oil producing businesses of $1.44 per barrel of oil produced in the City of Los Angeles?

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YesCharter Amendment LA-P. Emergency Reserve and Budget Stabilization Fund — City of Los Angeles (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall the Charter be amended to: establish an Emergency Reserve Account within the City’s Reserve Fund, with an annual balance of not less than two and three-fourths percent of General Fund receipts, to be accessed only if the City Council finds by a two-thirds vote that there is an urgent economic necessity and to be replenished in the subsequent fiscal year except in the event of a catastrophe; establish a Contingency Reserve Account within the Reserve Fund for expenditures and revenue shortfalls unanticipated in the annual budget with details defined by ordinance; and establish a Budget Stabilization Fund within the City Treasury with details defined by ordinance?

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YesCharter Amendment LA-Q. Civil Service Hiring Rule Changes — City of Los Angeles (Charter Amendment – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall the Charter be amended to: (1) expand the automatic civil service exemptions to include Deputy Chiefs of Fire; (2) limit the number of qualified applicants testing for civil service positions to an adequate number to prevent examinations of unnecessarily large candidate pools; (3) eliminate the requirement for certifying all eligible candidates for appointment to a civil service position when the candidates’ scores are not reachable or when no hiring is taking place; (4) clarify and standardize the probationary period for police officers to accurately reflect its application to sworn officers from the Airport, Harbor and General Services Departments; (5) increase the length of emergency appointments to no longer than one year; and (6) extend the amount of time retirees may work from 90 to 120 days without increasing pension benefits?

City of Manhattan Beach

Council Member; City of Manhattan Beach (2 Elected)

  • Amy Howorth smiley
  • David Lesser smiley
  • Kathleen Paralusz frowny
  • Viet Ngo frowny

City of Monterey Park

Council Member; City of Monterey Park (3 Elected)

  • Walter Sarnoi frowny
  • Teresa Sebastian frowny
  • Luis Estrada frowny
  • Joe Avila frowny
  • Robert Gin frowny
  • Hans Liang frowny
  • Mitchell Ing frowny
  • Anthony Wong frowny

City of Norwalk

Council Member; City of Norwalk

  • Mary Jane McIntosh frowny
  • Rick Ramirez frowny
  • Luigi Vernola frowny
  • Jesse Luera frowny
  • Ginger Silvera frowny
  • Alfonso Aduna frowny
  • Anthony Garcia frowny
  • Larry McIntosh frowny
  • Steve L. Lowe frowny
  • Judith Brennan frowny
  • Leonard Shryock frowny
  • Marcel Rodarte frowny
  • Scott Collins frowny
  • Craig Beckman frowny

City of Pasadena

Mayor; City of Pasadena

    No recommendations

  • Bill Bogaard frowny

Council Member; City of Pasadena; District 1

    No recommendations

  • James D. Smith frowny
  • Jacque Robinson frowny

Council Member; City of Pasadena; District 2

    No recommendations

  • Margaret McAustin frowny

Council Member; City of Pasadena; District 4

  • Ranil Perera frowny
  • Khatchik Chahinian frowny
  • Allen Shay frowny
  • Eugene Masuda frowny
  • Jill Fosselman frowny

Council Member; City of Pasadena; District 6

  • Carolyn Naber frowny
  • Steve Madison frowny

School

Board Member; Pasadena Unified School District; Seat 2

    No recommendations

  • Renatta M. Cooper smiley

Board Member; Pasadena Unified School District; Seat 4

  • Gene Stevenson frowny
  • Kim Kenne smiley

Board Member; Pasadena Unified School District; Seat 6

  • Tom Selinske smiley
  • Gaylaird Christopher frowny
  • Sean J. Baggett frowny

City of Rancho Palos Verdes

Measures

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NoMeasure RPV-C. City Charter Adoption — City of Rancho Palos Verdes (Charter – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall the proposed City Charter be adopted to change the City of Rancho Palos Verdes from a general law city to a charter city?

City of Redondo Beach

Council Member, Council; City of Redondo Beach; District 3

    No recommendations

  • Pat Aust frowny

Council Member, Council; City of Redondo Beach; District 5

    No recommendations

  • Matt Kilroy frowny

City Clerk; City of Redondo Beach

  • Eleanor Manzano frowny

City Treasurer; City of Redondo Beach

  • Ernie O’Dell frowny

School

Board Member; Redondo Beach Unified School District (2 Elected)

  • Arda Clark frowny
  • Anita Avrick smiley
  • Laura Emdee smiley

City of Rolling Hills

Council Member; City of Rolling Hills

  • B. Allen Lay frowny
  • John J. Resich, Jr. frowny
  • James Black frowny
  • Frank E. Hill frowny

City of Rosemead

Council Member; City of Rosemead (2 Elected)

    No recommendations

  • Polly Low frowny
  • R. Alejandro Gandara frowny
  • William F. Alarcon frowny

City of San Dimas

Mayor; City of San Dimas

  • Sid Maksoudian frowny
  • Curtis W. Morris frowny

Council Member; City of San Dimas (2 Elected)

  • John Ebiner frowny
  • Emmett G. Badar frowny
  • Chris S. Grant frowny

City of San Fernando

Council Member; City of San Fernando (3 Elected)

  • Brenda Esqueda frowny
  • Sylvia Ballin frowny
  • Gilbert Berriozabal frowny
  • Antonio Lopez frowny

City of San Gabriel

Council Member; City of San Gabriel (2 Elected)

  • Chin Ho Liao frowny
  • John Harrington frowny
  • Philip Hu frowny
  • Juli Constanzo frowny

City of South Gate

Council Member; City of South Gate (3 Elected)

  • Jorge Morales frowny
  • Henry C. Gonzalez frowny
  • Maria Davila frowny
  • Gregory Martinez frowny

City of Temple City

Council Member; City of Temple City (3 Elected)

  • Starene Cruse frowny
  • Carl Blum frowny
  • Manuel “Manny” Valenzuela, III frowny
  • Cynthia Sternquist frowny
  • Fernando Vizcarra frowny
  • Nicholas Lisk frowny

City of West Hollywood

Council Member; City of West Hollywood (3 Elected)

  • Lucas John frowny
  • Steve Martin frowny
  • Scott Schmidt thumbs up
  • Mark Gonzaga frowny
  • Abbe Land frowny
  • John Heilman frowny
  • Lindsey Horvath frowny
  • Mito Aviles frowny
  • Martin Topp frowny
  • John D’Amico frowny

Measures

NoMeasure WH-A. Billboard Taxes and Regulation — City of West Hollywood (Ordinance – Majority Approval Required)

  • Shall an Ordinance be adopted (1) imposing a new 7% tax on revenue from off-site advertising signs and (2) amending the City’s zoning ordinance to allow tall wall advertising signs to be placed on buildings that meet certain criteria on Santa Monica and Beverly Boulevards without discretionary review by the City?