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2009 Los Angeles election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2009 elections for elected officials in Los Angeles took place on March 3, 2009, with run-off elections on May 19, 2009. The mayor, city attorney, city controller and eight out of the fifteen members of the city council were up for election.

Results

Officially all candidates are non-partisan. *Incumbent.

Mayor

Incumbent Antonio Villaraigosa was re-elected.[1][2]

City attorney

Incumbent Rocky Delgadillo could not stand for re-election due to term limits. Carmen Trutanich was elected after the run-off election on May 19, 2009.[1][3][4][5]

City controller

Incumbent Laura N. Chick could not stand for re-election due to term limits.

Los Angeles city controller general election, March 3, 2009[1][6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Wendy Greuel 168,680 65.40%
Republican Kathleen "Suzy" Evans 47,758 18.52%
Independent Nick Patsaouras 41,464 16.08%
Total votes 257,902 100.00
Turnout 285,658 17.90% -10.63%
Registered electors 1,596,165
Democratic hold Swing

City council

District 1

Los Angeles City Council District 1 general election, March 3, 2009[1][7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Ed Reyes* 7,608 76.06%
Independent Jesus G. "Jesse" Rosas 2,395 23.94%
Total votes 10,003 100.00
Democratic hold Swing

District 3

Los Angeles City Council District 3 general election, March 3, 2009[1][8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Dennis Zine* 17,370 71.20%
Independent Jeff Bornstein 7,027 28.80%
Total votes 24,397 100.00
Republican hold Swing

District 5
Incumbent Jack Weiss was running for the city attorney post.

Los Angeles City Council District 5 primary election, March 3, 2009[1][9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic David "Ty" Vahedi 6,945 21.71%
Democratic Paul Koretz 6,881 21.51%
Independent Adeena N. Bleich 5,065 15.84%
Independent Ron Galperin 4,874 15.24%
Independent Robyn Ritter Simon 4,458 13.94%
Independent Robert Schwartz 3,762 11.76%
Total votes 31,985 100.00
Los Angeles City Council District 5 general election, May 19, 2009[10][11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Paul Koretz 18,547 50.99%
Democratic David "Ty" Vahedi 17,825 49.01%
Total votes 36,372 100.00
Registered electors 166,743
Democratic hold Swing

District 7

Los Angeles City Council District 7 general election, March 3, 2009[1][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Richard Alarcón* 8,450 100.00%
Total votes 8,450 100.00
Democratic hold Swing

District 9

Los Angeles City Council District 9 general election, March 3, 2009[1][13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Jan Perry* 7,158 100.00%
Total votes 7,158 100.00
Democratic hold Swing

District 11

Los Angeles City Council District 11 general election, March 3, 2009[1][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Bill Rosendahl* 20,539 75.07%
Independent Harry "Craig" Wilson 6,822 24.93%
Total votes 27,361 100.00
Democratic hold Swing

District 13

Los Angeles City Council District 13 general election, March 3, 2009[1][15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Eric Garcetti* 8,605 72.12%
Independent Gary Slossberg 3,326 27.88%
Total votes 11,931 100.00
Democratic hold Swing

District 15

Los Angeles City Council District 15 general election, March 3, 2009[1][16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Janice Hahn* 10,869 76.07%
Republican Christopher Salabaj 3,420 23.93%
Total votes 14,289 100.00
Democratic hold Swing

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "City of Los Angeles Primary Nominating & Consolidated Elections Official Election Results March 3, 2009" (PDF). Office of the City Clerk, City of Los Angeles. March 3, 2009. p. 2.
  2. ^ "Los Angeles Mayor". Our Campaigns.
  3. ^ "May 2009 Election Results for City Attorney" (PDF). Office of the City Clerk, City of Los Angeles. June 2, 2009.
  4. ^ "Los Angeles City Attorney". Our Campaigns.
  5. ^ "Los Angeles City Attorney - Runoff". Our Campaigns.
  6. ^ "Los Angeles City Controller". Our Campaigns.
  7. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 1". Our Campaigns.
  8. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 3". Our Campaigns.
  9. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 5". Our Campaigns.
  10. ^ "May 2009 Election Results for Council District 5" (PDF). Office of the City Clerk, City of Los Angeles. June 2, 2009.
  11. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 5 - Runoff". Our Campaigns.
  12. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 7". Our Campaigns.
  13. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 9". Our Campaigns.
  14. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 11". Our Campaigns.
  15. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 13". Our Campaigns.
  16. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 15". Our Campaigns.

External links

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