oyle Heights residents cast their votes at Pico-Aliso Recreational Center. / Photo by Jonathan Olivares
Boyle Heights residents cast their votes at Aliso-Pico Recreation Center. / Photo by Jonathan Olivares

Votes are counted and results are in. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, we have updated results from Tuesday’s primary election. As explained in a previous post, the new primary system will send the top two vote getters from Congressional and state legislature races to face off in November’s general elections.

Proposition 28 took 61 percent of the votes, reducing terms for state legislators from 14 to 12 years, while Proposition 29, which would increase the tax on tobacco products by $1, was rejected by 50.8 percent of voters.

Below are results for congressional and assembly districts covering Boyle Heights. For other contests and measures, click here.

Images from County of Los Angeles Registrar-Recorder/ County Clerk website

*Note: After new redistricting boundaries, the majority of Boyle Heights falls under AD 53, with parts in AD 51.

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