Absentee ballots have Doyle, Borges out front in school and college board races | TahoeDailyTribune.com

Absentee ballots have Doyle, Borges out front in school and college board races

Results have begun to come in from Tuesday’s election in El Dorado County for a handful of South Tahoe school, college and water board seats.

The county elections office has released results from absentee/vote by mail

ballots. In the race for Lake Tahoe Community College District Trustee,

Karen Borges was ahead of two incumbents in the race for two seats, with 37

percent of the vote compared to 18 percent for Kenneth Rollston and 27

percent for Frederick Wenck.

Michael Doyle was out in front in the race for three seats on the Lake Tahoe

Unified School District school board, with 20 percent of the vote. But five

of the six candidates were within a few percentage points of each other;

Jill Sanders was lagging behind with only 6 percent of the vote.

In the race for three separate seats on the South Tahoe Public Utility

District Board, Ernie Claudio was ahead of Julie Threewit; Mary Lou

Mosbacher was leading John Runnels, and Duane Wallace and Dale Rise were

running neck-and-neck.


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