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Traci Park is maintaining her 10 point lead in Los Angeles Council's 11th District Seat race, according to the latest results from the county clerk's office Saturday. 

Another 2165 votes were counted on Saturday with almost 40 percent of registered votes counted, Park stands with 54.41 percent of the votes to Darling's 45.59 percent. 

 Park will replace City Councilman Mike Bonin in the 11th District, if elected. The 11th District stretches along the Westside of the city along the Pacific Ocean.

   Bonin decided not to run for a third term, but his legacy looms large in this race. One of the more progressive members of the council, Bonin was one of two dissenters on adjusting the 41.18 ordinance that made it illegal for encampments to be within 500 feet of schools and daycare centers.

Congresswoman Karen Bass has widened her lead over developer Rick Caruso in the Los Angeles mayoral election, with 306,990 votes to Caruso's 297,527 votes in the latest update.

West Hollywood City Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath maintained a slim lead over state Sen. Bob Hertzberg in the race to replace Sheila Kuehl on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, with 163,908 votes to Hertzberg's 162,408 votes in the latest update.

Former Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna has widened his lead over Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva in Tuesday's election, with 867,704 votes to Villanueva's 608,520 votes in the latest update.

Soto-Martinez is maintaining his lead over incumbent 13th District Councilman Mitch O'Farrell.  Katy Young Yaroslavsky still leads Sam Yebri, 57% to 43%, in the 5th. Tim McOsker appears poised to win the 15th District seat, maintaining nearly two-thirds of the vote over Danielle Sandoval.

  The next update will be Monday with subsequent updates every Tuesday and Friday until all ballots are tallied. As of Friday evening, 1,531,210 ballots were tallied.