Malibu Votes to Keep Newsom

A voter in Chatsworth, Calif., drops a ballot at one of the county's 400 secure drop boxes.

Journalists from the LA Times gathering precinct-level data on the recall election following the Sept. 14 gubernatorial recall election reported Malibu voted overwhelmingly to keep Governor Gavin Newsom in office. The breakdown, as provided by the LA

Times team, was the following as of Tuesday night, Sept. 21:

-Eastern Malibu: 60.2% “keep him”

-Central Malibu/Pt Dume: 65.1% “keep him”

-Western Malibu: 61.4% “keep him”

-Unincorporated Malibu: 67.4% “keep him”

-Topanga: 79.3% “keep him”

Overall, 70.67 percent of LA County voters elected to “keep him” in office; statewide, 62.9 percent of voters wanted Newsom to remain in office.