Per the LA Times, here's the text corresponding to the vote:
- He measured the first vote 4 for the yays and 3 for the nays. No 2/3 required majority there.
- The second vote measured an even 7 to 7. The measure doesn't pass with that vote either.
- Then when a woman on stage encouraged the stunned looking Villaraigosa to just rule and let the delegates do whatever they're gonna do, he ruled that the the third vote passed with the yays being 2/3 louder when in fact the yays measured 10 and the nays actually louder at 11.