Election 2008: Support for Measure R Falling

The Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters just released the number of absentee vote-by-mail ballots and provisional ballots left to be processed.

There are approximately 375,000 absentee ballots and 191,000 provisional ballots. Because of the number of absentee/provisional ballots remaining, the Temple City Voice is unable to project whether or not Measure R passed or failed.  

 State Measures

Proposition 1A: 52.2% – 47.8% (P)

Proposition 2: 63.2% – 36.8% PROJECTED TO PASS

Proposition 3: 54.9% – 45.1% PROJECTED TO PASS

Proposition 4: 47.8% – 52.2% (F)

Proposition 5: 40% – 60% PROJECTED TO FAIL

Proposition 6: 30.6% – 69.4% PROJECTED TO FAIL

Proposition 7: 35% – 65% PROJECTED TO FAIL

Proposition 8: 52.4% – 47.6% (P)

Proposition 11: 50.7% – 49.3% (P)

100% of the precincts have been counted.

County Measure

Measure R: 67.2% – 32.8% (P)* RACE IS TOO CLOSE TO CALL

*Requires 2/3 support (Since the last update, support has fallen by 0.2%. If Measure R does not receive 67% support, the county measure will fail.)

100% of the precincts have been reported.

 

(P) = Passing; (F) = Failing [11:09 p.m. PST]

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