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Here's how Los Angeles County voters weighed in on November 2010 Election Day as of about 1:15 a.m. Wednesday morning, with 67% of precincts counted:

Proposition 19 Legalize Marijuana:

YES 582,228 45.39%

NO 700,389 54.61%

Proposition 20 End Gerrymandering:

YES 693,803 57.25%

NO 518,100 42.75

Proposition 21 Car License Fee for Parks

YES 522,811 41.69%

NO 731,149 58.31

Proposition 22 Prohibits State Borrowing

YES 722,301 58.87%

NO 504,680 41.13

Proposition 23 Suspend Global Warming Controls

YES 420,968 33.45%

NO 837,368 66.55

Proposition 24 Repeal Business Lower Tax

YES 552,320 44.89%

NO 678,157 55.11

Proposition 25 Legislature Simple Majority Vote on Budget:

YES 706,592 57.34%

NO 525,654 42.66%

Proposition 26 Requires 2/3 Vote To Pass Fees:

YES 607,328 49.66%

NO 615,593 50.34

Proposition 27 Allows Gerrymandering

YES 534,417 44.38%

NO 669,721 55.62

Governor:

Jerry Brown (D) 827,741 62.28%

Meg Whitman (R) 435,670 32.78

U.S. Senator:

Barbara Boxer (D) 810,373 61,66%

Carly Fiorina (R) 436,948 33.23

Attorney General:

Kamala Harris (D) 670,689 52.81%

Steve Cooley (R) 506,405 39.88

Treasurer:

Bill Lockyer (D) 817,630 64.73%

Mimi Walters (R) 361,078 28.59

Superintendent of Public Instruction:

Tom Torlakson 565,214 56.14%

Larry Aceves 441,666 43.86

Lt. Governor:

Gavin Newsom (D) 736,140 57.64%

Abel Maldonado (R) 403,991 31.63

State Controller:

John Chiang (D) 781,765 61.71%

Tony Strickland (R) 373,519 29.49

Insurance Commissioner:

Dave Jones (D) 740,870 59.87%%

Mike Villines (R) 358,384 28.96

LA Weekly