Election 2008: After Losing Ground, Measure R Gains

The statewide total for unprocessed ballots is approximately 950,000 vote-by-mail absentee ballots, 709,500 provisional ballots, and 157,000 questionable ballots. This was last updated on November 13.

 State Measures

Proposition 1A: 52.6% – 47.4% (P)

Proposition 2: 63.4% – 36.6% PROJECTED TO PASS

Proposition 3: 55% – 45% PROJECTED TO PASS

Proposition 4: 47.7% – 52.3% PROJECTED TO FAIL

Proposition 5: 40.3% – 59.7% PROJECTED TO FAIL

Proposition 6: 30.6% – 69.4% PROJECTED TO FAIL

Proposition 7: 35.2% – 64.8% PROJECTED TO FAIL

Proposition 8: 52.1% – 47.9% (P)

Proposition 9: 53.6% – 46.4% PROJECTED TO PASS

Proposition 11: 50.9% – 49.1% (P)

Proposition 12: 63.4% – 36.6% PROJECTED TO PASS

100% of the precincts have been counted.

Last week, the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters released the number of absentee vote-by-mail ballots and provisional ballots left to be processed. The number is expected to be updated later on today.

There are approximately 84,500 absentee ballots and 220,700 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.  

County Measure

Measure R: 67.65% – 32.35% (P)* RACE IS TOO CLOSE TO CALL

*Requires 2/3 support

100% of the precincts have been reported.

 

(P) = Passing; (F) = Failing [4:30 p.m. PST]

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