Similar to , turnout was low in both Hermosa Beach and Rancho Palos Verdes municipal elections Tuesday.
Patch asked residents how they voted as they trickled into South Bay polling locations throughout the day. While some voted for candidates new to local politics, the day wrapped up with largely familiar names leading the races.
Here in Hermosa Beach, incumbents Michael DiVirgilio and Peter Tucker were frontrunners in . City Treasurer candidate David Cohn clinched more support than incumbent John Workman. And voters passed .
"I hurried down here to vote for Mr. Cohn for treasurer because I spoke with him on the telephone today and I think he has some good ideas for saving money for the city of Hermosa Beach," said Hermosa Beach resident Wanda Smith.
Watch accompanying video to hear how other Hermosa Beach residents voted Tuesday, and why; as well as feedback from voters in the nearby Rancho Palos Verdes election.