Here is a description from the LA Weekly Blog about the 36th District.
"Her 36th District stretches from Venice to San Pedro, and leans strongly Democratic. The district is split between working class, pro-labor Democrats in the Harbor area and more affluent, culturally liberal Democrats along the coast. A Bowen vs. Hahn race would pit those constituencies against each other, with Hahn representing the San Pedro Dems and Bowen as the tribune of the beach cities."
This is the first test of the open primary so we will get to see how it plays out. Bowen is not conceding her third, and out of contention, finish. Many think the democrats in charge of elections will find a way to move her up into the runoff. Hahn is the daughter of Kenneth Hahn, the longest serving County Supervisor in California history. I met him at a CSAC conference back in the 80's. He was a liberal democrat and his daughter is following in his footsteps.
The Politico reports the results as follows.
"The unofficial final results from the Los Angeles County Clerk’s office showed Huey ahead of Bowen by 206 votes. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Hahn led the field, winning 24.66 percent of the vote to Huey’s 21.87 percent and Bowen’s 21.48 percent."