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Here’s How Your Neighborhood Voted (So Far) in the Race for L.A. Mayor

The LA Times’ map showing which precincts voted for which mayoral candidates in the November election, according to vote totals as of November 15. Purple sections show areas where Karen Bass leads the field, and green areas represent majorities for Rick Caruso. The darker the color, the stronger the preference and wider the margin for that candidate.


As it did after the June primary election, the Los Angeles Times has created a map showing how each neighborhood in the city voted in the race for Los Angeles Mayor.

The static image above outlines the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council boundaries on the map.  Purple areas represent the precincts won (as of November 15) by Karen Bass (the darker the color, the stronger the preference and the wider the margin of victory), who currently leads in the still-being-updated vote totals. And the green areas represent the precincts won by Rick Caruso, who took an early lead on election night, but who has been falling further behind as more mail-in ballots have been tallied over the last week.  And since the vote totals are not yet finalized, neither is the map, which the Times will update as more numbers roll in.

Also, for those who are interested, here’s another static image showing how the precincts in the Mid City West Neighborhood Council area, to our west, voted.



If you’d like to explore the mayoral vote in either of these or other neighborhoods, click on the image below to see the full, interactive map, which allows you to zoom in and out to visit neighborhoods across the city  You can also search for a specific address to go directly to any area of interest.


Click on this map to be taken to the fully interactive version at the LA Times website.


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Elizabeth Fuller
Elizabeth Fuller
Elizabeth Fuller was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN but has lived in LA since 1991 - with deep roots in both the Sycamore Square and West Adams Heights-Sugar Hill neighborhoods. She spent 10 years with the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council, volunteers at Wilshire Crest Elementary School, and has been writing for the Buzz since 2015.

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