Baker thanks supporters and family as updated results Friday evening put Bauer-Kahan up by 2,513 votes.
Alameda’s Robert Matz concedes short-term third open seat on the council, but not before attacking opponent.
Signs of a major upset in the East Bay came true Friday after the Contra Costa County registrar released its first update in a week.
Democrat Rebecca Bauer-Kahan has gained more than 400 votes on Catharine Baker since last Saturday.
At least five seats in various East Bay cities remain in doubt a week after the Nov. 6 election.
A monumental upset appears in the offing, one that would strip the GOP of its lone state legislator in the East Bay.
Vote leader has changed three times since Election Night on Nov. 6.
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Lee issued a similar stern response to a similar situation in the 2016 Oakland at-large race.
EAST BAY RESULTS
**NEW UPDATE: Friday, 5 p.m.**
(100% precincts reporting)
>15th Assembly District
>16th Assembly District
BAUER-KAHAN (104,182) 50.6%
*BAKER (101,669) 49.4%
C. BROOKS 25.26%
>Oakland City Council D2
FORTUNATO BAS 53.43
>Oakland City Council D4
THAO 34.85% (RCV 54.44%)
HARRIS 26.71% (RCV 45.56%)
>Oakland City Council D6
TAYLOR 40.82% (RCV 64.72%)
*D.BROOKS 24.50% (RCV 35.28%)
>Alameda City Council (3 seats)
KNOX WHITE 25.92%
*ODDIE (10,145) 19.26%
MATZ (9,613) 18.25%
>Alameda Measure K (50+1 to pass)
>San Leandro Mayor
>San Leandro City Council D1
>San Leandro City Council D3
AGUILAR JR. (11,012) 50.27%
*THOMAS (10,722) 48.95%
>San Leandro City Council D5
>Hayward City Council (2 seats)
WAHAB (14,566) 26.98%
*LAMNIN (14,136) 26.18%
>Hayward Measure T (50+1 to pass)
>Fremont City Council D1
>Fremont City Council D2
>Fremont City Council D3
>Fremont City Council D4
SHAO (2,856) 26.13%
DAULTON (2,534) 23.18%
>Union City Council (3 seats)
*GACOSCOS (5,567) 13.35%
*ELLIS (5,466) 13.11%
>Dublin City Council (2 seats)
KUMAGAI (5,803) 20.82%
KHULLAR (5,557) 19.94%
FIRMENZA (5,134) 18.42%
>Livermore City Council (2 seats)
MUNRO (10,716) 20.78%
PANN (9,728) 18.86
BRENT SILER 16.55%
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