2022 Number one Election: Replace On Los Angeles Town Council Contributors

In early vote tallies, there seem to be no new Los Angeles town council participants elected in Tuesday’s number one, with some races more likely to be made up our minds in November.

The town had 8 of its 15 district seats up for grabs this yr, from districts 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15 and more than one acquainted faces probably returning to Los Angeles Town Corridor.

We’re confident to peer a minimum of 4 new council participants subsequent yr, as Kevin de Leon and Joe Buscaino each conceded their seats to as an alternative run for mayor of Los Angeles, Paul Koretz leaving to run for town controller and Mike Bonin saying his retirement.

In early votes, apparently citizens selected to deliver again 4 council participants, with the remainder of the seats, together with thirteenth district Councilman Mitch O’Farrell’s, to be made up our minds within the Nov. 8 nationwide elections.

As of this writing, that is what the Los Angeles Town Council elections seem like, with numbers mirrored from LAvote.gov.

CEDILLO 53.80%, 7,942 votes
EUNISSES HERNANDEZ 46.20%, 6,820 votes

BLUMENFIELD 63.83%, 12,403 votes
SCOTT SILVERSTEIN 36.17%, 7,027 votes

KATY YOUNG YAROSLAVSKY- 47.43%, 12,921 votes
SAM YEBRI- 31.78%, 8,656 votes

RODRIGUEZ- 67.35%, 10,553 votes
ELISA AVALOS- 32.65%, 5,117 votes

PRICE, JR.- 66.46%, 4,312 votes

DULCE VASQUEZ- 33.54%, 2,176 votes

ERIN DARLING- 31.39%, 9,760 votes
TRACI PARK- 31.10%, 9,669 votes

MITCH O’FARRELL- 36.65%, 8,005 votes
HUGO SOTO-MARTINEZ- 34.93%, 7,630 votes

TIM MCOSKER- 38.36%, 5,485 votes

DANIELLE SANDOVAL- 29.71%, 4,247 votes

Updated: June 9, 2022 — 5:19 am