THE LATEST: Wong, Callicrate winning race for Incline Village General Improvement District board
November 6, 2018
EDITOR'S NOTE: These are unofficial results from the Washoe County Elections Department. Until they are certified, the remain unofficial.
Incumbents Kendra Wong and Tim Callicrate appear heading to victory in the race for Incline Village General Improvement District.
Current totals have turnout at 72.10 percent.
Kendra Wong 26.43 percent
Tim Callicrate 24.82 percent
Sara Schmitz 24.67 percent
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Bruce Simonian 24.07 percent
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Incumbent Kendra Wong and former Trustee Bruce Simonian appear to have narrowly won the race for the Incline Village General Improvement District Board.
With 10 of 10 precincts reporting, Wong is first in the field of four with 27.44 percent of the vote.
Simonian is in second with 24.38 percent.
Incumbent Tim Callicrate isn’t far behind with 24.13 percent. His “running mate,” Sara Schmitz, has 24.04 percent.
Turnout for the race was 58.66 percent, according to the preliminary results.
PREVIOUS POST: Incumbents leading in early returns for Incline Village General Improvement District board
Incumbents Kendra Wong and Tim Callicrate are leading in the early returns for the Incline Village General Improvement District Board of Trustees.
Turnout so far is at 40.79 percent.
Kendra Wong 26.92 percent
Tim Callicrate 24.59 percent
Bruce Simonian 24.29 percent
Sara Schmitz 24.20 percent
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