May 21st, 2013 Recommendations

Craig HueyPast Election Archive

May 21st, 2013 Election Results

Los Angeles County

City

Election results:

Our candidate or issue won= Our candidate or issue won

Our candidate or issue lost= Our candidate or issue lost

Candidates that won= Candidates that won

 

Mayor; City of Los Angeles—No Recommendation

  • Wendy J. Greuel
  • Eric Garcetti Candidates that won

City Attorney; Los Angeles

  • Carmen “Nuch” Trutanich thumb up Our candidate or issue lost
  • Mike Feuer Candidates that won

City Controller; City of Los Angeles

  • Ron Galperin Candidates that won
  • Dennis Zine thumb upOur candidate or issue lost

Council Member; City of Los Angeles, District 1

  • Jose Gardea thumb upOur candidate or issue lost
  • Gilbert “Gil” Cedillo Candidates that won

Council Member; City of Los Angeles, District 9—No Recommendation

  • Curren D. Price Jr. Candidates that won
  • Ana Cubas

Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 13—No Recommendation

  • Mitch O’Farrell Candidates that won
  • John J. Choi

Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 6—Special Election

  • Walter Alexander Escobar
  • Nury Martinez
  • Cindy Montanez Candidates that won
  • Richard Valdez
  • Derek Waleko
  • J. Roy Garcia
  • Dan Stroncak (write-in) thumb upthumb upOur candidate or issue lost

Mayor; City of Redondo Beach

  • Matthew “Matt” Kilroy thumb upthumb upOur candidate or issue lost
  • Steve Aspel Candidates that won

Council Member; City of Redondo Beach, District 1

  • James Anothny Light
  • Jeff Ginsburg thumb up Candidates that wonOur candidate or issue won

Council Member, Council; City of Redondo Beach; District 4

  • Jan Jeffreys
  • Stephen Sammarco thumb up Candidates that wonOur candidate or issue won

School

Board Member; Los Angeles Unified School District; District 6—No Recommendation

  • Monica Ratliff Candidates that won
  • Antonio Sanchez

Member of the Board of Trustees; Los Angeles Community College District; Office 6—No Recommendation

  • David Vela
  • Nancy Pearlman Candidates that won

Local Measures

Los Angeles City

NOOur candidate or issue lost– Measure C: “Shall the voters adopt a resolution that there should be limits on political campaign spending and that corporations should not have the constitutional rights of human beings and instruct Los Angeles elected officials and area legislative representatives to promote that policy through amendments to the United States Constitution?”

NOOur candidate or issue lost Measure D: “Shall an ordinance regulating businesses where marijuana is cultivated, processed, distributed, delivered or given away to qualified patients or primary caregivers (MMBs) by: (1) prohibiting MMBs but providing limited immunity for MMBs that operated since September 2007, timely registered with the City, generally have not ceased operations, pay City taxes, pass annual background checks, are separated from residential zones, maintain certain distances from schools, parks, child care facilities, other designated places and other MMBs, and meet other requirements and operational standards; (2) exempting dwelling units used by three or fewer patients/caregivers to cultivate medical marijuana on-site for their patients or themselves, and other exemptions; and (3) increasing the MMB tax to $60 per each $1,000 of gross receipts; be adopted?”

NOOur candidate or issue won– Measure E: “Shall an ordinance regulating associations of six or more qualified patients and/or primary caregivers who gather to cultivate, distribute or engage in other activities related to marijuana for medical purposes (MMCs) by: (1) prohibiting MMCs but providing limited immunity for MMCs that operated since September 2007, timely registered with the City, generally have not ceased operations for 90 days, pass annual background checks, are separated from residential zones, maintain certain distances from schools, parks, child care facilities and other designated places, and satisfy other requirements; (2) establishing operational standards enforceable as infractions; and (3) exempting associations of five or fewer patients/caregivers who process or cultivate medical marijuana on-site for MMCs, their patients or themselves, and other exemptions; be adopted?”

NOOur candidate or issue won– Measure F: “Shall an ordinance regulating associations of qualified patients and/or primary caregivers who cultivate, provide or engage in other activities related to marijuana for medical purposes (MMCs) by: (1) prohibiting MMCs but providing limited immunity for MMCs that register with the City (without limiting the number that can register but giving registration priority to those possessing City tax certificates by October 2012), generally have not ceased operations for more than 90 days, pass annual background checks, are separated from residential uses, maintain certain distances from schools, parks, child care facilities, other designated places and other MMCs, and meet other requirements and operational standards; (2) exempting dwellings zoned residential, and other exemptions; and (3) increasing the MMC tax to $60 per each $1,000 of gross receipts; be adopted?”