In early vote tallies, there appear to be no new Los Angeles city council members elected in Tuesday’s primary, with some races likely to be decided in November.

The city had eight of its 15 district seats up for grabs this year, from districts 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15 and multiple familiar faces presumably returning to Los Angeles City Hall.

We are assured to see at least four new council members next year, as Kevin de Leon and Joe Buscaino both conceded their seats to instead run for mayor of Los Angeles, Paul Koretz leaving to run for city controller and Mike Bonin announcing his retirement.

In early votes, it appears voters chose to bring back four council members, with the rest of the seats, including 13th district Councilman Mitch O’Farrell’s, to be decided in the Nov. 8 national elections.

As of this writing, this is what the Los Angeles City Council elections look like, with numbers reflected from

1st District- Gil Cedillo

CEDILLO 53.80%, 7,942 votes
EUNISSES HERNANDEZ 46.20%, 6,820 votes

3rd District- Bob Blumenfield

BLUMENFIELD 63.83%, 12,403 votes
SCOTT SILVERSTEIN 36.17%, 7,027 votes

5th District- November Runoff

KATY YOUNG YAROSLAVSKY- 47.43%, 12,921 votes
SAM YEBRI- 31.78%, 8,656 votes

7th District- Monica Rodriguez

RODRIGUEZ- 67.35%, 10,553 votes
ELISA AVALOS- 32.65%, 5,117 votes

9th District- Curren Price Jr.

PRICE, JR.- 66.46%, 4,312 votes

DULCE VASQUEZ- 33.54%, 2,176 votes

11th District- November Runoff

ERIN DARLING- 31.39%, 9,760 votes
TRACI PARK- 31.10%, 9,669 votes

13th District- November Runoff

MITCH O’FARRELL- 36.65%, 8,005 votes
HUGO SOTO-MARTINEZ- 34.93%, 7,630 votes

15th District Winner- November Runoff

TIM MCOSKER- 38.36%, 5,485 votes

DANIELLE SANDOVAL- 29.71%, 4,247 votes

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