Twenty-seven percent of registered voters cast ballots in West Hollywood’s March 7 City Council election, the highest percentage turnout for a city election in at least 17 years.
The latest count from the L.A. County Registrar-Recorder / County Clerk shows incumbents John Heilman and John Duran remain the winners, with no significant shift in the percentage of votes cast for them or any of their eight challengers.
The count does show that 46% of voters cast their ballots by mail rather than going to polling stations, where voters often experience long lines.
The chart below shows a breakdown of votes cast by candidates and precinct, with the precincts outlined on the map above. The city’s 11 precincts have been reduced to nine by the county, which makes comparisons between precinct votes in previous elections difficult.