City of Long Beach Election Results, Presented Without Scrolling


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If you check out the City of Long Beach’s Election Results Page for yesterday’s primary, this is what you’ll see — except that it scrolls, slo-o-o-o-o-o-wly, up the page, and there’s no apparent way to go back and look at a result if you miss it or are trying to write things down.  I’ve seen some screwed up results reporting in my time, but this one is among the most infuriating, as my politically minded Facebook friends were complaining for much of the night.  So, I sat there for minutes with my finger on the shift-key, highlighting the whole thing as is scrolled by, so that I could copy and paste and put our coastal friends to the northwest out of their misery.

Congratulations to the winners (those who got over 50%) and the survivors (the top two for each race if none exceeded 50%), the latter of whom go to a runoff on June 3.

And hey, City Clerk of Long Beach!  Fix this!  

Registration and Turnout
Completed Precincts: 295 of 295
Reg/Turnout Percentage
Total Registered Voters 285,029
Precinct Registration 285,029
Precinct Ballots Cast 19,459 6.8%
Vote By Mail Ballots Cast 21,130 7.4%
Total Ballots Cast 40,589 14.2%

 

Mayor
Completed Precincts: 268 of 268
Vote Count Percentage
ROBERT GARCIA 9,670 25.4%
DAMON DUNN 8,478 22.3%
BONNIE LOWENTHAL 7,453 19.6%
GERRIE SCHIPSKE 5,889 15.5%
DOUG OTTO 5,186 13.6%
JANA SHIELDS 840 2.2%
STEVEN PAUL MOZENA 182 0.5%
MINEO L. GONZALEZ 150 0.4%
ERIC ROCK 149 0.4%
RICHARD ANTHONY CAMP 90 0.2%
City Attorney
Completed Precincts: 268 of 268
Vote Count Percentage
CHARLES PARKIN 16,403 45.1%
JAMES JOHNSON 13,735 37.8%
MATTHEW PAPPAS 6,223 17.1%
City Auditor
Completed Precincts: 268 of 268
Vote Count Percentage
LAURA L. DOUD 31,706 100.0%
City Prosecutor
Completed Precincts: 268 of 268
Vote Count Percentage
DOUG HAUBERT 26,052 73.9%
ROSEMARY CHAVEZ 9,223 26.1%
Council Member, District 1
Completed Precincts: 18 of 18
Vote Count Percentage
LENA GONZALEZ 874 45.5%
MISI TAGALOA 585 30.5%
RICARDO LINAREZ 310 16.1%
PILAR PINEL 152 7.9%
Council Member, District 3
Completed Precincts: 36 of 36
Vote Count Percentage
SUZIE PRICE 4,559 54.9%
JACK ROSENBERG 1,090 13.1%
JIM LEWIS 957 11.5%
STEPHEN BELLO 886 10.7%
MARTHA FLORES GIBSON 818 9.8%
Council Member, District 5
Completed Precincts: 44 of 44
Vote Count Percentage
STACY MUNGO 3,217 37.7%
CARL KEMP 2,679 31.4%
JOSEPH D. LUYBEN 1,988 23.3%
THOMAS SUTFIN 640 7.5%
Council Member, District 7
Completed Precincts: 32 of 32
Vote Count Percentage
ROBERTO URANGA 2,355 50.2%
JOAN V. GREENWOOD 1,150 24.5%
TEER STRICKLAND 871 18.6%
LEE H. CHAUSER 311 6.6%
Council Member, District 9
Completed Precincts: 27 of 27
Vote Count Percentage
REX RICHARDSON 1,622 72.4%
BEN DAUGHERTY 618 27.6%
Long Beach Community College District Governing Board, Trustee Area 1
Completed Precincts: 48 of 48
Vote Count Percentage
JEFFREY A. KELLOGG 3,348 55.6%
MARSHALL E. BLESOFSKY 2,674 44.4%
Long Beach Community College District Governing Board, Trustee Area 3
Completed Precincts: 46 of 46
Vote Count Percentage
SUNNY ZIA 2,551 59.8%
STELLA M. URSUA 1,718 40.2%
Long Beach Community College District Governing Board, Trustee Area 5
Completed Precincts: 80 of 80
Vote Count Percentage
VIRGINIA L. BAXTER 6,253 55.7%
GREGORY “GREG” SLAUGHTER 4,973 44.3%
Long Beach Unified School District Board Member, District 1
Completed Precincts: 49 of 49
Vote Count Percentage
MEGAN M. KERR 3,209 51.3%
UDUAK-JOE “JOEY” NTUK 3,044 48.7%
Long Beach Unified School District Board Member, District 3
Completed Precincts: 45 of 45
Vote Count Percentage
JOHN MCGINNIS 2,183 52.9%
JUAN BENITEZ 1,944 47.1%
Measure A: General Tax on Medical Marijuana Sales
Completed Precincts: 268 of 268
Vote Count Percentage
Yes 26,017 74.0%
No 9,129 26.0%

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About Greg Diamond

Prolix worker's rights and government accountability attorney and General Counsel of CATER. His anti-corruption work in Anaheim infuriated the Building Trades and Teamsters in spring 2014, leading them to work with the Democratic Party of Orange County Chair and other co-conspirators (who had long detested the internal oversight his presence provided) to remove him from the position of DPOC North Vice Chair of in violation of party rules and any semblance of due process. He also runs for office sometimes. Unless otherwise specifically stated, none of his writings prior to that lawless putsch ever spoke for the Democratic Party at the local, county, state, national, or galactic level. He tries to either suppress or openly acknowledge his partisan, issue, ideological, and "good government" biases in most of his writing here. If you have a question about any particular writing, just ask him about it and (unless you are an pseudonymous troll) he will probably answer you at painful length. He lives in Beautiful Bountiful Brea, but while he may brag about it he generally doesn't blog about it. A family member works as a campaign treasurer for candidates including Wendy Gabriella in AD-73; he doesn't directly profit from that relatively small compensation and it doesn't affect his coverage. He does advise some campaigns informally and (except where noted) without compensation.