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Voter Turnout Update 2-14-2020

Here is the update for 2-14-2020. The top number is the number of votes cast and the bottom number in parentheses is the increase from yesterday:

OfficeIncumb(Rep)(Dem)(NPP)(Other)(Tot)
39th Congress District*Cisneros5,014
(+2,665)
2,911
(+1,574)
1,251
(+647)
288
(+168)
9,464
(+5,044)
45th Congress DistrictPorter8,964
(+4,373)
5,888
(+3,018)
2,546
(+1,238)
677
(+323)
18,075
(+8,952)
46th Congress DistrictCorrea3,073
(+1,605)
3,620
(+2,077)
1,002
(+520)
262
(+128)
7,961
(+4,334)
47th Congress District*Lowenthal2,583
(+1,377)
1,974
(+1,059)
869
(+479)
193
(+104)
5,691
(+3,092)
48th Congress DistrictRouda9,946
(+5,189)
6,091
(+3,272)
2,614
(+1,349)
712
(+369)
19,363
(+10,181)
49th Congress District*Levin2,832
(+1,824)
1,305
(+821)
674
(+407)
222
(+133)
5,033
(+3,185)
29th Senate District*Chang6,503
(+3,423)
4,373
(+2,419)
1,692
(+903)
405
(+214)
12,973
(+6,959)
37th Senate DistrictMoorlach11,920
(+5,760)
7,978
(+4,059)
3,316
(+1,546)
935
(+429)
24,149
(+11,794)
55th Assembly District*Chen3,074
(+1,710)
1,473
(+845)
625
(+333)
176
(+102)
5,348
(+2,970)
65th Assembly DistrictQuirk-Silva3,674
(+1,864)
3,041
(+1,616)
1,173
(+619)
250
(+123)
8,138
(+4,222)
68th Assembly DistrictChoi5,404
(+2,527)
3,314
(+1,768)
1,460
(+685)
419
(+178)
10,597
(+5,158)
69th Assembly DistrictDaly1,473
(+837)
2,219
(+1,304)
538
(+296)
130
(+75)
4,360
(+2,507)
72nd Assembly DistrictDiep5,446
(+3,017)
3,539
(+1,990)
1,657
(+966)
376
(+213)
11,018
(+6,186)
73rd Assembly DistrictBrough7,041
(+3,992)
3,674
(+2,099)
1,713
(+925)
508
(+288)
12,936
(+7,304)
74th Assembly DistrictPetrie-Norris6,443
(+3,192)
4,628
(+2,275)
1,833
(+848)
512
(+249)
13,416
(+6,560)
1st Supervisor DistrictDo3,509
(+1,984)
3,394
(+1,918)
1,347
(+760)
255
(+147)
8,505
(+4,809)
3rd Supervisor DistrictWagner6,719
(+3,267)
4,334
(+2,343)
1,860
(+876)
518
(+238)
13,431
(+6,724)
*Portion of District Outside of OC

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  1. Did you know that a claim for damages has been filed with the city of Los Angeles and the LA County Board of Supervisors after city funded Neighborhood Councils denied write-in candidate(s) equal opportunity to speak at candidate forums? Did you know that the Los Angeles city clerk election division refuses equal opportunity to write-in candidates to have their video statements posted to the city clerk website? Did you know that the LA County Registrar mailed out over 5 million sample ballots and vote by mail ballots where voters are mislead and told that a list of qualified write-in candidates is not available until Feb. 22 when in reality the list was posted by the LA County Registrar around December 31, 2019? Just a series of efforts by the elite to illegally sway the course of the election. You won’t see this in major mainstream newspapers but it is still voter fraud. If someone wanted to early vote for a write-in candidate, they would think that they could not do so until the Feb. 22, the way the system works in favor of the elite. The truth is that as a voter, you can vote TODAY (as of Feb 3) for qualified write-in candidates and you can do so by mail or drop box or at the County Registrar office. https://youtu.be/OTVXBgpYeHY . So of course neither the LA County Registrar nor secretary of State Padilla has issued a press release on this issue. Neither have they responded to my emails about this. You won’t see that in the newspapers. It is supposed to be called election transparency. G. Juan Johnson.

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