2020 Local Election Results Tracker

Latest results in races for Los Angeles DA, City Council. Board of Supervisors, and U.S. House

Check back for updated local election results as they become available.

Last updated: November 10, 4:40 p.m.

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Los Angeles City Council

In 2020, L.A. City Council seats 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14 were up for election. Of those races, all but two were decided during the March primary, when one candidate secured a clear majority of the vote (or, in the case of Marqueece Harris-Dawson in the 8th, was unopposed). Moving on to this November ballot were two run-offs, Council District 4 and Council District 10.

City Council District 4

David Ryu 47.34%
Nithya Raman 52.66%

City Council District 10

Mark Ridley-Thomas 52.66%
Grace Yoo 39.10%

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Los Angeles District Attorney

One of the most closely-watched and hotly-contested local races, this run-off pits incumbent Jackie Lacey against George Gascón, a former police officer turned reform-minded prosecutor.

Jackie Lacey 46.36%
George Gascón 53.64%

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Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

The single Board of Supervisors contest on the November ballot is to represent the 2nd District, a large region home to nearly 2 million residents, including Culver City, Inglewood, and swaths of central, south, and west Los Angeles.

Board of Supervisors District 2

Herb J. Wesson Jr. 39.30%
Holly Mitchell 60.70%

U.S. House of Representatives

Many observers will be watching what happens in the CA-25, the Antelope Valley-area seat formerly held by Katie Hill. But there are other contests to watch across the region, particularly those that only recently flipped party affiliation.


Kevin McCarthy (R) 57.7%
Kim Mangone (D) 42.3%


Christy Smith (D) 49.97%
Mike Garcia (R) 50.02%


Julia Brownley (D) 61.4%
Ronda Baldwin-Kennedy (R) 38.6%


Johnny J. Nalbandian (R) 29.5%
Judy Chu (D) 70.5%


Adam Schiff (D) 73.6%
Eric Early (R) 26.4%


Angélica María Dueñas (D) 42.4%
Tony Cardenas (D) 57.6%


Brad Sherman (D) 70.3%
Mark S. Reed (R) 29.8%


Grace F. Napolitano (D) 66.0%
Joshua M. Scott (R) 34.0%


James P. Bradley (R) 31.5%
Ted W. Lieu (D) 68.5%


David Kim (D) 47.35%
Jimmy Gomez (D) 52.65%


Mike Cargile (R) 29.6%
Norma J. Torres (D) 70.4%


Errol Webber (R) 13.5%
Karen Bass (D) 86.5%


Linda T. Sánchez (D) 74.4%
Michael Tolar (D) 25.6%


Gil Cisneros (D) 49.6%
Young Kim (R) 50.4%


C. Antonio Delgado (R) 27.17%
Lucille Roybal-Allard (D) 72.83%


Joe E. Collins III (R) 27.7%
Maxine Waters (D) 72.3%


Analilia Joya (D) 31.1%
Nanette Diaz Barragan (D) 68.9%


Alan Lowenthal (D) 63.1%
John Briscoe (R) 36.9%

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