Los Angeles Times staffers analyze the impact of Tuesday's city election.
2:39 a.m. EDT, May 22, 2013
Results for the Los Angeles election trickled in Tuesday night as voters decided on a mayor, city controller and city attorney. Seats were also up for grabs on the City Council and L.A. Unified and L.A. Community College district boards.
On Wednesday starting at noon, the Times' James Rainey and Maeve Reston will host a two-hour broadcast breaking down the results.
After defeating six other candidates in the March primary, the two candidates continued to rely on generous, unregulated spending by outside groups, a topic that also dominated the debates and advertisements that bombarded Angelenos in recent weeks.
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