Nguyen lost the district by about 3,100 votes out of 267,000 cast. She asked for the recount of some precincts in Santa Ana.
Democratic former Assemblyman Tom Umberg declared victory today in his bid to unseat Sen. Janet Nguyen, R-Garden Grove.
Umberg leads Nguyen by 438 votes. He had been gaining steady ground on Nguyen since Election Night as mail-in and provisional ballots have been tallied.
Retired Los Angeles County sheriff’s Lt. Alex Villanueva increased his lead over incumbent Sheriff Jim McDonnell today, with an updated tally from last week’s election showing Villanueva with a 22,192-vote lead.
On Tuesday, Nov. 6, voters will get to decide between re-electing Rendon or voting in community activist Maria Estrada to represent the 63rd Assembly District.
A debate over city charter amendments heated up on Tuesday when former 8th District Councilwoman Rae Gabelich alleged that the city “used and misled” its Cambodian community to push for a redistricting commission.
The language used by proponents of Measure BBB is “dishonest,” said O’Donnell, a former Long Beach councilman. The measure is one of four proposed charter amendments that Long Beach voters will decide at the ballot box next month.
A printing error has resulted in the names of 118,522 voters being omitted from voting rosters at several polling places in Los Angeles County, including Long Beach.
Today Long Beach voters headed to the polls to decide who will lead the city for the next four years in four council districts, two education board positions and the mayor’s seat.
In anticipation of the citywide election on Tuesday, April 10, the Post sent out questions to the City Council candidates from each district with seats up for election (districts three, five, seven and nine).