Wednesday Morning Election Headlines

NADIA LOCKYER IS THE NEW COUNTY SUPERVISOR-ELECT AFTER DEFEATING FIGUEROA; BILL ALSO WINS RE-ELECTION

RCV TAKE MAYOR’S RACES DOWN TO THE WIRE IN OAKLAND AND SAN LEANDRO; PERATA LEADS COMFORTABLY OVER CROWDED FIELD; CASIDDY LEADS INCUMBENT MAYOR BY JUST 66 VOTES IN THE FIRST ROUND

VICTORIA KOLAKOWSKI BECOMES THE NATION’S FIRST ELECTED TRIAL JUDGE AFTER BEATING JOHN CREIGHTON IN CLOSE RACE

DOWNTRODDEN HAYWARD SCHOOL BOARD PICKS NEW MEMBERS; RETAINS A SEAT FOR MR. HAYWARD JESUS ARMAS.

MICHAEL GREGORY EASILY WINS RE-ELECTIOM; PAULINE CUTTER WINS SEAT, REPLACING BILL STEPHENS. UNOPPOSED DIANA SOUZA WINS A SADDAM HUSSEIN-LIKE 99.8 PERCENT THE VOTE.

AS EXPECTED, REP. PETE STARK, STATE SEN. ELLEN CORBETT AND ASM. MARY HAYASHI ROUT WEAK CANDIDATES.

PROP. 19 FALLS SHORT; SAN LEANDRO VOTERS APPROVE TAX INCREASES, APPROVE MEASURES M & Z
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