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Both men. Sponsored A total of 29,407 ballots were processed and counted yesterday, in a congressional district with 305,551 eligible voters, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder. Results may change slightly because there are still provisional and vote by mail ballots to be counted. A more detailed count will be made available on Friday. The 29,000-odd votes cast on Tuesday are a tiny fraction of the estimated 750,000 people who poured into the streets of downtown L.A. on January 21 to protest Trumps election. The protest, which coincided with the Womens March on Washington, took place in Downtown L.A, part of congressional district 34. When I went to my precinct to vote around 5:30 PM on Tuesday, I was the 50th voter to cast a ballot, out of about 1,700 eligible voters in my neighborhood. When I went back 30 minutes before the polls closed, there were 80 votes cast at my local precinct. Filing all that paperwork and keeping the polls open from ข่าวด่วน ไทยรัฐ 3 กันยายน 2559 7 AM to 8 PM cost the county an estimated $1,371,000 for the special election, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder. Jimmy Gomez, 42, (left) and Robert Lee Ahn, 41, both Democrats, will move onto a June 6 runoff election.
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