Whether you are for or against the Tax Billboard Act or have a particular candidate you are closely watching, we want to hear from you.
We'll be providing tweets, photos and videos throughout the evening at West Hollywood Park as the ballots are being counted.
West Hollywood voters will decide the fate of Measure A and choose the candidates who will fill three seats in the City Council. Participate and be part of the conversation and coverage.
Patch will be updating this page to provide precinct results provided by the West Hollywood City Clerk. The numbers will reflect unofficial results and the final tally will be certified on March 21 at the West Hollywood City Council meeting.
There are nine candidates running for the three City Council seats up for election.
Updated at 11:05 p.m. with all 11 precincts reporting. There are 930 provisional and absentee ballots that still need to be included in this tally. There are 5,346 votes cast in this election.Candidate Results Scott Schmidt 1226 Lucas John 469 Abbe Land 2548 Mark Gonzaga 474 Mito Aviles 919 Steve Martin 2026 John D'Amico 2471 Martin Topp * 140 Lindsey Horvath 1902 John Heilman 2359
Measure A (Tax Billboard Act) would impose a tax on revenues from the lease, rental and sale of off-site advertising signs and allow tall wall advertising signs to be placed on buildings on Santa Monica and Beverly boulevards.Measure A "Tax Billboard Act" Results Yes 983 No 3865
Residents will also vote for members of the board of trustees for the Los Angeles Community College District. The vote count is also airing on Citychannel 10 and can be streamed online at WehoTV.
*Topp qualified for the March ballot, but suspended his campaign back in January. His name will still appear in the voter ballots.