Bob Hertzberg and Lindsey Horvath Move to Runoffs for Board of Supervisor

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In the 3rd District Board of Supervisor’s race to replace Sheila Kuehl, State Senator Bob Hertzberg has received 34.06% of the vote (58,027 votes) and West Hollywood council member Lindsey Horvath received 24.71% of the vote (42,098) as of Wednesday, June 8th at 10 a.m. It’s looking like the two candidates will continue to campaign into the runoff elections in November since neither candidate has received 51% of the vote. State Senator Henry Sterns came in third with 21.99% of the vote (37,460 votes).

The results mean council member Horvath is no longer eligible to run for West Hollywood City Council in November since she will be in the Supervisor’s race runoff where three seats are open for West Hollywood City Council. Incumbents West Hollywood Mayor Lauren Meister is up for election are up for election and council member John D’Amico will not run for another term.

The 1st District, which includes much of East Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley, incumbent Hilda Solis had a large lead over four challengers in the early returns.

The three other 3rd District candidates include small-business owner Jeffi Girgenti, canine recreational provider Craig Brill and business owner and actress Roxanne Beckford Hoge.

Last week, at Beverly Hills Pride celebration, council member Horvath said she had no idea what the results would be on Tuesday, but she said she was feeling hopeful.

Hopeful is what a long list of council member candidates must be feeling tonight as another incumbent has been pulled out of the West Hollywood City Council race.

Other results include the run for Los Angeles County Sheriff with incumbent Sheriff Alex Villanueva in the lead with 33.10% of the vote (221,088 votes ), compared to Robert Luna who received 25.61% of the vote (171,055).

Incumbent Jeffrey Prang also came out on top with 46.30% of the vote (282,076 votes). He came out on top tonight with 282,076.

To view the full results, visit:

https://results.lavote.gov/#year=2022&election=4269


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24 days ago

Horvath. No.