LA mayor's race: How the votes broke down precinct by precinct (interactive map)

Eric Garcetti Los Angeles Mayor

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Eric Garcetti delivers a speech on May 21, 2013.

Los Angeles Mayor race 2013Eric Garcetti rode a wave of support in central Los Angeles to win election Tuesday as the successor to Antonio Villaraigosa as mayor of the nation’s second largest city, beating City Controller Wendy Greuel 54 to 46 percent.

How did the vote break down geographically? This map shows how each precinct voted, based on unofficial results from the Los Angeles City Clerk's office.  Cursor over each precinct for the precise vote tally.

Garcetti dominated in a huge horizontal swath from the West Side to the central city and on to Boyle Heights.

Greuel’s strengths were in the San Fernando Valley, which she once represented on the City Council. She also won a large portion of the South L.A. corridor, though Garcetti won handily in San Pedro.

An exit poll conducted by Loyola Marymount University indicated that Garcetti won among the city's two largest voting blocs — whites and Latinos. Greuel dominated among black voters, but they only represent about 12 percent of the city's registered voters.

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