Updates on local ballot measures as they come in
We’re tracking election results live tonight for a handful of local ballot measures as results trickle in from the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters. There are big implications for Los Angeles and some of its neighborhoods.
Updated at 8:30 p.m. with 9 percent of precincts reporting
A half-cent hike on the sales tax countywide to pay for some major public transit projects, including extending light rail to LAX and bringing the subway to Westwood.
- Yes: 67.3 percent
- No: 32.7 percent
An initiative curtail high-rise development in Santa Monica by requiring that voters—not city planners and elected officials—approve any new building taller than 32 feet.
- Yes: 44.5 percent
- No: 55.5 percent
A requirement that developers add affordable units to new residential buildings and hire local construction workers.
- Yes: 59.7 percent
- No: 40.3 percent
A $1.2-billion general obligation bond to finance the construction of supportive and affordable housing for homeless people in the city of Los Angeles.
- Yes: 74.8 percent
- No: 25.2 percent