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How Residents of L.A. City Council District 4 Voted in the 2012 Election

Voters give overwhelming support for President Obama but are torn on Measure B.

Residents of Hollywood, the Hollywood Hills, Toluca Lake, Los Feliz, Sherman Oaks and other neighborhoods in Los Angeles Council District 4 voted overwhelmingly for President Obama in Tuesday's election by about a 4-to-1 ratio. 

Most outcomes in CD4 showed a clear preference in the district among voters, but they were most torn on Measure B, the controversial measure that passed and now requires condoms to be used in pornographic films shot in the county. About 1,300 more voters were opposed to the measure than were for it in CD4.

Data of election returns provided by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's office, broken down by city council district, show more than 80,865 of District 4's registered voters cast ballots, about 55.6 percent.

Residents of District 4 are represented by Councilman Tom LaBonge.

For the vote totals on all the races and ballot measures from the district's voters, and from other city council districts, click on the PDF links at the right.

Use the following links to compare the district vote to the countywide and statewide results:

District 4 results on selected races and ballot measures:

Presidential Election:

Barack Obama Dem 61,529 Jill Stein Green 717 Thomas Hoefling Ind 144 Mitt Romney Rep 16,264 Gary Johnson Lib 964 Roseanne Barr PF 279

 

Measure 30: 

Yes 51,526 No

25,494

Measure 32:

Yes 23,658 No 51,508

Measure 34:

Yes 48,994 No 26,744

Measure 37:

Yes 48,362 No 28,267

Measure 38

Yes 22,466 No 52,036

Measure B:

Yes 35,279 No 36,576

Measure J:

Yes 29,803 No 17,105

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