Proposition Me Results Measure G Yes 74% YESMeasure H Yes 75% YESMeasure I Yes 78% YESMeasure J Yes 81% YESMeasure L Yes 63% YESMeasure M Yes 59% YESMeasure N Yes 70% YESMeasure O Yes 51% NOMeasure P Yes 66% YESMeasure Q Yes 62% YESLos Angeles City Council RacesLA CD 2 Krekorian* 76%LA CD 4 Labonge* 55%LA CD 6 Cardenas* 58%LA CD 8 Parks* 50.89%LA CD 10 Wesson* 73%LA CD 12 Englander 58%LA CD 14 Huizar* 64%Los Angeles Community College DistrictSeat 1 Field* 59%Seat 3 Veres 57%Seat 5 Svonkin 35% (May 17 run-off)Seat 7 Santiago* 66%Los Angeles Unified School DistrictSeat 1 Lamotte* 74%Seat 3 Galatzan* 62%Seat 5 Sanchez 45.37% (May 17 run-off)Seat 7 Vladovic* 63%
As you can see, most incumbents (indicated by the asterisk) were re-elected. In the hotly contested election in the gay-enclave of West Hollywood, one (appointed) incumbent, Lindsey Horvath failed to make the Top , placing 5th in preliminary results:
Heilman has been on the West Hollywood City Council since the city was incorporated in 1984! The other two councilman, John Duran and Jeffrey Prang were not up for re-election, and Duran supported D'Amico. The West Hollywood City Council will now have 4 openly gay men and one straight woman.