Update: Noble strengthens position, Tulloch lead grows over Krolick in IVGID race
Update 7:45 a.m. Saturday:
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — The race for two seats on the Incline Village General Improvement District is becoming more clear with the separation slightly growing between the second and third place vote getters.
The Washoe County Elections Office update results Friday night and David Noble has further cemented his spot for one of the open seats.
Noble has received 2,649 votes which is 33% of the vote and is well ahead of Ray Tulloch who has 2,106 votes and Gail Krolick who has 2,066 votes. Over the last two updates, Tulloch’s lead over Krolick has grown from 20 votes, to 40 votes, and he has now opened a 50-vote lead.
The fourth candidate, Yolanda Knaack, has received 1,204 votes.
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — The race for two Incline Village General Improvement District seats got tighter with the most recent update from the Washoe County Elections Department.
The latest update from 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, had David Noble with the most votes and Ray Tulloch the second most, but Gail Krolick had closed the gap.
According to the elections department, Noble has received 2,541 votes and he looks to be headed for one of the two empty seats with more than 500 votes more than Ray Tulloch.
Tulloch has 2,020 and Krolick is 40 votes behind (1,980). The fourth candidate Yolanda Knaak had garnered 1,148 votes.
“It looks like the two newest trustees will be Mr. Noble and Mr. Tulloch, but we won’t know until the final tally,” said IVGID Board Chair Tim Callicrate. “So I’m just being very cautious. I don’t want to get people’s hopes up, I don’t want to dash people’s hopes, because I’ve been in that situation before, and it’s a tough spot to be in.”
Washoe County saw more than 62% turnout through Election Day with either mail, early voting, or in-person voting.
Updates will continue to be posted at tahoedailytribune.com.
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