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Los Angeles County, CA November 5, 2013 Election
Directory of Los Angeles County, CA Measures
County Results as of Nov 19 1:58pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (960/960)
11.9% Countywide Voter Turnout ( 209,654/1,755,819)

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Measure A. Four-Year Term for Mayor -- City of Hawthorne (Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 2,088 / 50.69% Yes votes ...... 2,031 / 49.31% No votes
Shall the directly elected mayor for the City of Hawthorne serve a four-year term of office rather than a two-year term of office, so that all members of the City Council of the City of Hawthorne serve four-year terms of office, effective for the 2015 election?

Measure B. Postmidnight Business Hours -- City of Hermosa Beach (Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 1,318 / 27.23% Yes votes ...... 3,523 / 72.77% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted to incrementally, over a five-year period, reduce the postmidnight operating hours of specified businesses in the downtown area of Hermosa Beach?

Measure S. Oil Extraction Tax -- City of Santa Fe Springs (Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 1,309 / 72.12% Yes votes ...... 506 / 27.88% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 1044, which would increase the oil barrel tax charged to operators of oil wells in the City from $.20 per barrel to an amount ranging from a minimum of $.41 to a maximum of $.52 per barrel, be adopted?

Measure W. Formation of a Wiseburn Unified School District -- Proposed Wiseburn Unified School District (Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 1,579 / 92.77% Yes votes ...... 123 / 7.23% No votes
Shall the Wiseburn School District be reorganized to form the Wiseburn Unified School District from part of the territory formerly covered by the Centinela Valley Union High School District?

Measure EM. Extension of Mayoral Term to Four Years -- City of El Monte (Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 1,921 / 41.89% Yes votes ...... 2,665 / 58.11% No votes
Shall the term of office for the elected office of Mayor be extended from two (2) years to four (4) years, commencing with the 2015 General Municipal Election cycle?

Measure GG. Temporary Essential City Services Preservation Measure -- City of El Monte (Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 3,331 / 70.92% Yes votes ...... 1,366 / 29.08% No votes
To preserve and stabilize funding for essential public services such as keeping the City's four fire stations open; maintaining staffing levels for emergency response police services; street lighting and repair; senior services; and youth parks programs and to build the City's "rainy day" general fund reserves, shall the City's existing one half of one percent (1/2%) transactions and use tax be extended for five years?

Measure RM. Rotating Mayor Measure -- City of El Monte (Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 1,798 / 40.10% Yes votes ...... 2,686 / 59.90% No votes
Shall the City Council be reorganized to replace the current structure of one elected Mayor serving a two-year term and four elected Council Members serving staggered four-year terms with a structure composed of five elected City Council Members who will share the title of Mayor on a rotating basis subject to voter approved procedures for accomplishing the rotation?

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