decision 2022

Updated LA County Election Results to Be Released Friday

About 400,000 vote-by-mail ballots still need to be processed in Los Angeles County.

In this March 1, 2020, file photo, voters prepare their ballots in voting booths during early voting for the California presidential primary election at an LA County "vote center" in Los Angeles, California.
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Los Angeles County's first post-election results update will be released today with at least 400,000 vote by mail ballots still to be processed, Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean C. Logan said.

Logan provided the estimate Wednesday, adding that the number of outstanding vote by mail ballots will increase as the registrar's office continues to accept ballots that were postmarked by Election Day and received through June 14.

The opponent for Sen. Sydney Kamlager in the Nov. 8 general election in the 37th Congressional District is undecided with former Los Angeles City Councilwoman Jan Perry holding a 1,085-vote lead over Culver City Mayor Daniel W. Lee. All three candidates are Democrats.

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Also undecided is the special election in the 62nd Assembly District where nonprofit director/businesswoman Tina Simone McKinnor holds a 1,033-vote lead over Lawndale Mayor Robert Pullen-Miles, a fellow Democrat.

There are an estimated 2.766 million unprocessed ballots statewide, according to the Secretary of State's Office.

The undecided races statewide include the following:

  • State Superintendent of Public Instruction: Software architect George Yang leads teacher Ainye E. Long by 208 votes in the nonpartisan race to face incumbent Tony K. Thurmond.
  • Insurance Commissioner: Republican Robert Howell, a cybersecurity equipment manufacturer, leads Democratic Assemblyman Marc Levine by 38,931 votes in the race to face incumbent Democrat Ricardo Lara.
  • Attorney General: Former Assistant U.S. Attorney General Nathan Hochman holds a 66,479-vote lead over fellow Republican Eric Early, an attorney and business owner, in the race to face appointed Democratic incumbent Rob Bonta.
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