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Election update: 100 votes left to count, leaders remain the same

Roseann Keegan
Tahoe Daily Tribune

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE – The Nov. 3 election is about 100 votes away from the final tally, election officials announced Friday. The board race for the Lake Tahoe Unified School District, with candidate Judy Cefalu leading 11 votes ahead of incumbent Duane Wallace, is the only race that could be affected by the final results.

It appears Measure B will not pass, even if the 100 remaining votes are in favor of the measure that would temporarily shift bike trail maintenance funds to repair Little League fields.

The leaders in the community college and utility district board races remain unchanged.

County recorder-clerk Bill Schultz said the final results, including absentee and unverified mail-in ballots, may be announced by Friday, Nov. 13.

Here are the updated results as of Nov. 6:

Lake Tahoe Community College District Trustee

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Molly Blann – 2429

Roberta Mason – 2415

Kerry David – 2393

Mary Jane Sanchez – 1366

* Three will be elected.

Lake Tahoe Unified School District Trustee

Duane Wallace – 1794

Wendy David – 2516

Judy A. Cefalu – 1805

* Two will be elected.

South Tahoe Public Utility District

Director, Seat 1

Ernie Claudio – 728

James “Jimmy” Martin – 697

Chris Cefalu – 1203

John Adamski – 987

* One will be elected.

South Tahoe Public Utility District

Director, Seat 2

James R. Jones – 1552

John W. Runnels – 889

Kenneth J. Curtzwiler – 781

Tod Williamson – 413

* One will be elected.

South Tahoe Public Utility District

Director, Seat 5

Eric Schafer – 1412

Peggy J. Cocores – 1054

Scott Swift – 1159

Measure B: Amendment of the Improvement Plan – South Lake Tahoe Recreational Facilities Joint Powers Authority, Community Facilities District (two-thirds approval, about 66 percent, is needed).

Yes – 2372 (60.79 percent)

No – 1530 (39.21 percent)

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