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City of LA/School District Ballot Measures: Results

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With 100% of precincts reporting, voters in the city of Los Angeles seem to have passed three of the four measures on yesterday's ballot, each of which have different majorities needed to pass.

Here's how the results breakdown, via the LA County Clerk's Office:

L.A. A -- Violence Prevention Programs (needs 2/3 of all votes cast to pass)
Yes 567,560 66%
No 290,799 34%

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L.A. B -- Low Rent Housing (needs majority to pass)
Yes 492,631 60%
No 331,070 40%

L.A. J --Community College Bonds (needs 55% to pass)
Yes 849,759 70%
No 366,678 30%

L.A. Q -- LAUSD School Bonds (needs 55% to pass)
Yes 709,726 69%
No 319,832 31%

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