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Final 2018 election results released in El Dorado County

Nearly a month after Election Day, El Dorado County released its final results for the 2018 election.

The results, released Dec. 4, received approval from South Lake Tahoe City Council and other local jurisdictions.

The results of races of local importance are as follows:



South Lake Tahoe City Council

The top three elected to council.



Devin Middlebrook — 3,309 (19.1 percent)

Cody Bass — 3,095 (17.87 percent)

Tamara Wallace — 2,495 (14.4 percent)

Wendy David (incumbent) — 2,162 (12.48 percent)

Hal Cole — 1,678 (9.69 percent)

Bruce Grego — 1,634 (9.43 percent)

Tom Davis (incumbent) — 1,343 (7.75 percent)

Austin Sass (incumbent) — 885 (5.11 percent)

Patrick Jarrett — 662 (3.82 percent)

Measure T (South Lake Tahoe VHR Measure)

Yes — 3,517 (50.42 percent)

No — 3,459 (49.58 percent)

El Dorado County District 5 Supervisor

Sue Novasel (incumbent) — 6,846 (53.23 percent)

Kenny Curtzwiler — 5,955 (46.31 percent)

South Tahoe Public Utility District Board

The top three elected to five-member board.

Nick Exline — 5,333 (23.93 percent)

Chris Cefalu — 3,877 (17.4 percent)

Jim Jones — 3,512 (15.76 percent)

Duane Wallace — 3,309 (14.85 percent)

Eric Schafer — 3,291 (14.77 percent)

Louis Pierini — 2,891 (12.97 percent)

South Lake Tahoe City Clerk

Susan Blankenship — 3,411 (60.32 percent)

Ellen Palazzo — 2,220 (39.26 percent)

El Dorado County Recorder-Clerk

Janelle K. Horne — 44,727 (58.47 percent)

Todd White — 31,591 (41.29 percent)

Lake Tahoe Community College District 5 Trustee

Michael Marini — 736 (33.67 percent)

Tony Sears — 1,439 (65.83 percent)

Measure J (El Dorado County Transient Occupancy Tax Increase)

Yes — 36,869 (43.89 percent)

No — 47,140 (56.11 percent)

Measure N (El Dorado County Cannabis Measure)

Yes — 53,937 (64.65 percent)

No — 29,491 (35.35 percent)

Measure P (El Dorado County Cannabis Measure)

Yes — 50,475 (60.54 percent)

No — 32,896 (39.46 percent)

Measure Q (El Dorado County Cannabis Measure)

Yes — 49,234 (59.24 percent)

No — 33,881 (40.76 percent)

Measure R (El Dorado County Cannabis Measure)

Yes — 50,587 (61.20 percent)

No — 32,078 (38.80 percent)

Measure S (El Dorado County Cannabis Measure)

Yes — 49,226 (60.02 percent)

No — 32,786 (39.98 percent)


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