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2013 Los Angeles election

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2013 Los Angeles election

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The 2013 Los Angeles election was held on March 5, 2013 in the city of Los Angeles, California. Voters elected candidates in a nonpartisan primary, with runoff elections scheduled for May 21, 2013. The executive offices of Mayor, City Attorney, and City Controller, as well as eight seats of the City Council, were up for election.

Municipal elections in California are officially nonpartisan; candidates' party affiliations do not appear on the ballot.

Mayor

2013 Los Angeles mayoral election[1][2]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Eric Garcetti 93,978 32.94
Democratic Wendy Greuel 83,308 29.20
Republican Kevin James 46,684 16.36
Democratic Jan Perry 45,480 15.94
Democratic Emanuel Pleitez 11,716 4.11
Socialist Workers Norton Sandler 1,598 0.56
No party preference Addie Miller 1,401 0.49
No party preference YJ Draiman 1,174 0.41
Turnout 285,339 7.52
General election
Democratic Eric Garcetti 222,300 54.23
Democratic Wendy Greuel 187,609 45.77
Turnout 409,909 10.81

City Attorney

2013 Los Angeles City Attorney election[3][4]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mike Feuer 116,883 43.76
No party preference Carmen Trutanich (inc.) 80,587 30.17
No party preference Greg Smith 46,578 17.44
No party preference Noel Weiss 23,045 8.63
Turnout 267,093 7.04
General election
Democratic Mike Feuer 238,237 62.27
No party preference Carmen Trutanich (inc.) 144,334 37.73
Turnout 382,571 10.09

City Controller

2013 Los Angeles City Controller election[5][6]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ron Galperin 95,507 37.13
No party preference Dennis Zine 95,268 37.03
Democratic Analilia Joya 24,868 9.67
Democratic Jeff Bornstein 18,282 7.11
Democratic Ankur Patel 14,405 5.60
No party preference Cary Brazeman 8,918 3.47
Turnout 257,248 6.78
General election
Democratic Ron Galperin 209,897 56.60
No party preference Dennis Zine 160,929 43.40
Turnout 370,826 9.78

City Council

District 1

2013 Los Angeles City Council District 1 election[7][8]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Gil Cedillo 6,613 49.38
No party preference Jose Gardea 5,797 43.28
No party preference Jesse Rosas 983 7.34
Turnout 13,393
General election
Democratic Gil Cedillo 10,152 51.95
No party preference Jose Gardea 9,389 48.05
Turnout 19,541

District 3

2013 Los Angeles City Council District 3 election[9]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Bob Blumenfield 9,895 51.63
Republican Joyce Pearson 3,827 19.97
No party preference Cary Iaccino 1,872 9.77
Democratic Elizabeth Badger 1,800 9.39
No party preference Steven Presberg 900 4.70
No party preference Scott Silverstein 873 4.56
Turnout 19,167

District 5

2013 Los Angeles City Council District 5 election[10]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Paul Koretz (inc.) 17,096 73.99
Libertarian Mark Matthew Herd 6,011 26.01
Turnout 23,107

District 7

2013 Los Angeles City Council District 7 election[11]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Felipe Fuentes 7,699 51.32
No party preference Nicole Chase 4,051 27.01
No party preference Krystee Clark 1,631 10.87
No party preference David Barron 1,620 10.80
Turnout 15,001

District 9

2013 Los Angeles City Council District 9 election[12][13]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Curren Price 2,452 27.23
Democratic Ana Cubas 2,158 23.96
Democratic Mike Davis 1,413 15.69
No party preference Terry Hara 1,046 11.62
No party preference David Roberts 924 10.26
No party preference Ron Gochez 715 7.94
Republican Manny Aldana Jr. 297 3.30
Turnout 9,005
General election
Democratic Curren Price 6,421 52.40
Democratic Ana Cubas 5,833 47.60
Turnout 12,254

District 11

2013 Los Angeles City Council District 11 election[14]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mike Bonin 17,566 61.20
No party preference Tina Hess 5,155 17.96
No party preference Frederick Sutton 3,343 11.65
No party preference Odysseus Bostick 2,639 9.19
Turnout 28,703

District 13

2013 Los Angeles City Council District 13 election[15][16]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mitch O'Farrell 3,535 18.44
Democratic John Choi 3,158 16.47
Democratic Sam Kbushyan 2,308 12.04
No party preference Josh Post 2,099 10.95
Democratic Alexander Cruz de Ocampo 2,012 10.50
No party preference Matt Szabo 1,440 7.51
No party preference Robert Negrete 1,400 7.30
No party preference Octavio Pescador 1,199 6.26
Democratic Jose Sigala 721 3.76
No party preference Emile Mack 672 3.51
Democratic Mike Schaefer 359 1.87
Democratic Roberto Haraldson 267 1.39
Turnout 19,170
General election
Democratic Mitch O'Farrell 13,940 52.75
Democratic John Choi 12,485 47.25
Turnout 26,425

District 15

2013 Los Angeles City Council District 15 election[17]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joe Buscaino (inc.) 11,723 83.33
Democratic James Law 2,255 16.67
Turnout 13,528

References

  1. ^ "Los Angeles Mayor - Primary Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 6, 2013.
  2. ^ "Los Angeles Mayor Race - May 21, 2013". Our Campaigns. December 5, 2014.
  3. ^ "Los Angeles City Attorney - Primary Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 27, 2013.
  4. ^ "Los Angeles City Attorney Race - May 21, 2013". Our Campaigns. December 5, 2014.
  5. ^ "Los Angeles City Controller - Primary Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 6, 2013.
  6. ^ "Los Angeles City Controller Race - May 21, 2013". Our Campaigns. December 5, 2014.
  7. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 1 - Primary Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 6, 2013.
  8. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 1 Race - May 21, 2013". Our Campaigns. December 5, 2014.
  9. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 1 Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 6, 2013.
  10. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 5 Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 6, 2013.
  11. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 7 Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. May 11, 2017.
  12. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 9 - Primary Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 6, 2013.
  13. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 9 Race - May 21, 2013". Our Campaigns. December 5, 2014.
  14. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 11 Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 6, 2013.
  15. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 13 - Primary Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 6, 2013.
  16. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 13 Race - May 21, 2013". Our Campaign. December 5, 2014.
  17. ^ "Los Angeles City Council - District 15 Race - Mar 05, 2013". Our Campaigns. March 6, 2013.

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