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Re: Closure coming soon in Council District 1 primary: EastsiderLA

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  • Warren Christensen
    The official count ended with a couple of votes less then 1000 more needed for a 50% plus 1 victory for Gil. Close, but not as close as 170. Actually if 8390
    Message 1 of 8 , Mar 30, 2013
      The official count ended with a couple of votes less then 1000 more needed for a 50% plus 1 victory for Gil. Close, but not as close as 170.

      Actually if 8390 is approximately 49% of the total, then 1% would be approximately 170. Gil needed about 120 more votes to avoid a runoff.
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      > Valerie Harragin
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      Warren Christensen
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      -----Original Message-----
      From: car2532002 <car2532002@...>

      Gil should ask for a recount! Don't vote for another 12 years of "do nothing, Ed Reyes" with his employee, "no way, Jose".

      Jose is another noise lover!!

      Susan

      --- In nelalist@yahoogroups.com, "vharragin" <vharragin@...> wrote:
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      > Actually if 8390 is approximately 49% of the total, then 1% would be approximately 170. Gil needed about 120 more votes to avoid a runoff.
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      > Valerie Harragin
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      > --- In nelalist@yahoogroups.com, "clare" <clare_mk@> wrote:
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      > > City Clerk has verified that there will be a runoff election for the Council District 1 position of Councilmember: JOSE GARDEA vs GIL CEDILLO.
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      > > http://clerk.lacity.org/Elections/index.htm
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      > > clare.
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      > > --- In nelalist@yahoogroups.com, Christopher Howard <christohoward@> wrote:
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      > > > Did former state legislator Gil Cedillo win enough votes in the March 5 municipal election to become councilman of the 1st District? Or will he be forced into a runoff election with challenger Jose Gardea? Those questions will be answered early next week as the City Clerk prepares to finish the official review or canvass of the ballots. Cedillo garnered the most votes during the municipal election, but, according to the unofficial tally, fell just short of garnering 50% of the ballots to avoid a runoff with second-place finisher Gardea (the unofficial results showed that 49.37% of 13,393 ballots were cast in favor of Cedillo). With thousands of provisional, mail-in and damaged ballots to be analyzed and counted, there is still a chance that Cedillo might end up with the necessary 50% to win the race to replace termed-out Councilman Ed Reyes.
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      > > > moreĀ….
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      > > > http://www.theeastsiderla.com/2013/03/ballot-box-closure-coming-soon-in-council-1-primary/
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      > > > posted to nelalist by c howard
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