Preliminary midterm election results released, Measure S favorable

Preliminary midterm election results released, Measure S favorable

NBC News

Results continue to flood in from yesterday’s midterm elections, including the LVUSD-specific Measure S and other relevant local, state and national races.


Measure S

According to the L.A. Times, Measure S has 61.3% support in Los Angeles County as of this morning. The ballot measure needs 55% of votes in order to pass.


LVUSD School Board

Incumbent Vice President Lesli Stein and Clerk Angela Cutbill are neck-and-neck with 29.0% and 29.3% of counted votes, respectively. Incumbent Member Dallas B. Lawrence trails slightly behind with 26.7%. With three board positions open, newcomer Joshua Alpert has only received 15.1% of votes thus far.


Calabasas City Council

City Council also has three spots open this election cycle. Incumbents James R. Bozajian and David J. Shapiro lead the pack with 29.9% and 28.4% respectively. Edward Albrecht holds a slight lead over other newcomers Brian Cameron and Jasjeet (Monica) Kaur Parmar.


Los Angeles Mayor

With 43.83% of expected votes in, the Los Angeles mayoral race is a dead heat. Developer Rick Caruso has just over a two point lead over former House of Representatives Congresswoman Karen Bass.


California Governor

After a failed recall in September of 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom wins re-election in a race called by the Associated Press. With approximately 42% of ballots counted, Newsom has 57.9% of the vote over opponent Brian Dahle’s 42.1%.


Proposition 1

According to NBC News, with 46% of expected votes in, Proposition 1, which would enshrine a constitutional right to abortion and the use of contraceptives, has 65% support. More information on Prop 1 and other propositions is available via CalMatters.