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How Residents of L.A. City Council District 11 Voted in the 2012 Election

Voters give overwhelming support for President Obama and end up on the winning side of most ballot measures.

Residents of Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Mar Vista, Venice, Marina del Rey and other neighborhoods in Los Angeles City Council District 11 voted overwhelmingly for President Obama in Tuesday's election, and voted against requiring adult film actors to wear condoms.

Data of election returns provided by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's office, broken down by city council district, show more than 88,000 of District 11's registered voters cast ballots, about 57 percent.

Residents of District 11—which also includes Playa Vista, Playa del Rey and Westminster—are represented by Councilman Bill Rosendahl.

For the vote totals on all the races and ballot measures from the district's voters, and from other city council districts, click on the PDF links at the right.

Use the following links to compare the district vote to the countywide and statewide results:

 

District 11 results on selected races and ballot measures:

Presidential Election:

Barack Obama Dem 62,115 Jill Stein Green 824 Thomas Hoefling Ind 182 Mitt Romney Rep 22,606 Gary Johnson Lib 1,113 Roseanne Barr PF 311

Measure 30: 

Yes 52,989 No

31,457

Measure 32:

Yes 28,852 No 53,381

Measure 34:

Yes 50,789 No 31,819

Measure 37:

Yes 47,201 No 36,401

Measure 38:

Yes 22,972 No 58,662

Measure B:

Yes 37,546 No 40,449

Measure J:

Yes 54,826 No 24,028
steve November 11, 2012 at 05:48 PM
so the people in CD11 fee that we should tax someone else (The Rich) (Prop 30) and not tax them (Prop 38) interesting, glad to see they got it right on 32, its a shame the rest of California did not think the same way.
Rebecca A. Anderson November 12, 2012 at 02:40 AM
Most Republicans know revenge is best served "Cold", what is right, is still, really right..........

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