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LA District Attorney: What We Know So Far

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The candidates for L.A. County District Attorney: Former San Francisco DA George Gascon (L), incumbent DA Jackie Lacey (C) and former federal public defender Rachel Rossi. (Photo credits, L-R: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images; Damian Dovarganes/AP; Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Patrisse Cullors)
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RESULTS
(Last updated 5:59 a.m. Wednesday)

CandidateVotes%
George Gascón259,30726.83%
Jackie Lacey*489,83550.69%
Rachel Rossi217,16522.47%

* Incumbent

Keep in mind that even after all precincts have been counted, there will still be ballots to count. In some cases, it could be weeks before the official outcome is clear.


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ABOUT THIS RACE

Voters in Los Angeles County are deciding whether to give District Attorney Jackie Lacey a third term or to replace her with one of her reformist challengers, George Gascon or Rachel Rossi.

Gascon and Rossi have portrayed Lacey as a traditional tough-on-crime prosecutor who is too resistant to modern reforms. Lacey has insisted she’s a “reasonable reformer” committed to diverting people with mental health problems away from jail while championing crime victims.

The race has attracted national attention; a progressive tide has swept reformists into office in DA races across the country, and L.A. County -- home to the largest prosecutor’s office in the U.S. -- is the biggest prize so far.

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