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West Hollywood General Election Statistics

See the breakdown of how different West Hollywood precincts voted on Tuesday.

Here are some of the specific voting numbers in the City of West Hollywood from Tuesday's General Election:

Basic Statistics

Registered Voters in Weho: 24,608

Ballots Cast: 13,931

Vote Cast Percentage: 56%

Total Precincts: 23 (Total number of physical polling places)

Precincts Reporting: 46 (Total number of physical polling places, plus vote by mail precincts)

  • The total number of precincts represents the physical polling places. The Precincts reporting number represents the physical polling places, plus vote by mail precincts. Most precincts with polling places have a mirror vote by mail precinct. Precincts reporting will always be a little higher. Also, the total number of precincts minus the precincts reporting equals your vote by mail precincts.

Presidential Vote

Barack Obama: 11,237

Mitt Romney: 2,147

U.S. Senator

Diane Feinstein: 11,414

Elizabeth Emken: 1,938

28th Congressional District

Adam Schiff: 10,999

Phil Jennerjahn: 1,843

50th Assembly District

Betsy Butler: 7,252

Richard Bloom: 4,814

District Attorney

Jackie Lacey: 7,611

Alan Jackson: 3,822

Measure 30

Yes: 9,363

No: 3,796

Measure 31

Yes: 3,484

No: 8,603

Measure 32

Yes: 3,551

No: 9,268

Measure 33

Yes: 4,281

No: 8,430

Measure 34

Yes: 8,634

No: 4,311

Measure 35

Yes: 9,660

No: 3,224

Measure 36

Yes: 10,616

No: 2,194

Measure 37

Yes: 8,740

No: 4,428

Measure 38

Yes: 3,712

No: 9,060

Measure 39

Yes: 10,023

No: 2,533

Measure 40

Yes: 9,070

No: 2,830

Measure J

Yes: 10,168

No: 2,320

Points of Interest

  • In comparison to the State of California, West Hollywood voters differed on Measures 34 (Death Penalty) and 37 (Genetically Engineered Food Labelling), both of which were voted down.
  • Betsy Butler won the West Hollywood vote for 50th Assembly District, but lost to Richard Bloom by a total of 218 votes overall.
  • Statewide voting statistics can be found here.
  • LA County voting statistics can be found here

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R. Daniels November 09, 2012 at 06:39 PM
Bigger government, more regulation, more spending, and all Democrats from top to bottom. Seems West Hollywood isn't such a diverse place after all.
R. Daniels November 09, 2012 at 06:39 PM
Bigger government, more regulation, more spending, and all Democrats from top to bottom. Seems West Hollywood isn't such a diverse place after all.

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