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Map: Breaking Down The LA District Attorney Race

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Jackie Lacey racked up votes in Santa Clarita and Rolling Hills Estates, but her challengers together secured over half the vote, setting up a runoff.
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In the March primary election, Jackie Lacey racked up votes in Santa Clarita and Rolling Hills Estates — but it wasn’t enough to overcome her challengers’ strength in huge swaths of the county.

Former San Francisco D.A. George Gascón and former public defender Rachel Rossi combined for more than 50% everywhere from Los Angeles to Long Beach to Santa Monica to South Gate.

The challengers secured over half the vote — setting up a runoff between Gascón and incumbent District Attorney Lacey in November.

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