LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – Carmen Trutanich conceded to Mike Feuer late Tuesday night in the contest for the next city attorney of Los Angeles, while an “outsider” was leading a veteran for the new city controller.
With 56 percent of precincts reporting, former Assemblyman Feuer earned 61.4 percent of the vote for city attorney compared to incumbent Trutanich’s 39 percent.
“It’s been a great campaign with support from throughout the city of Los Angeles. It’s been a big honor for me to be in neighborhoods throughout LA…meeting with people who are looking for change in city leadership, looking for change in the city attorney’s office,” said Feuer.
As for city controller, Councilman Dennis Zine had 44.6 percent of the vote compared to attorney Ron Galperin’s 55.4 percent.
In the primary, Zine, who campaigned as an “experienced veteran,” finished a few hundred votes behind Galperin.
OTHER ELECTION RESULTS:
MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL, DISTRICT 1
Jose A. Gardea 48.1%
Gilbert Cedillo 51.9%
MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL, DISTRICT 6
Walter Escobar 6.22%
Nury Martinez 22.6%
Cindy Montanez 43.7%
Richard Valdez 6.2%
Derek Waleko 12.1%
J. Roy Garcia 9.1%
MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL, DISTRICT 9
Curren D. Price, Jr. 52.6%
Ana Cubas 47.4%
MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL, DISTRICT 13
Mitch O’Farrell 53.3%
John J. Choi 46.7%
MEMBER OF THE LAUSD BOARD OF ED, DISTRICT 6
Monica Ratliff 51.6%
Antonio Sanchez 48.4%
COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICES, MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, SEAT NO. 6
Nancy Pearlman 57.2%
David Vela 43%