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STPUD, LTUSD, LTCC and LVFPD election results are in

Claire Cudahy
ccudahy@tahoedailytribune.com

The final, unofficial election results for El Dorado County were released in the early morning hours of Wednesday, Nov. 9. Along with several important ballot measures, voters decided who they would like to represent them on a number of school, fire and utility boards.

SOUTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT

Randy Vogelgesang and Kelly Sheehan earned spots on STPUD this election. Vogelgesang secured 4,076 votes, or 35.48 percent of the vote; while Sheehan tallied 3,184 votes, or 27.72 percent.

Fellow candidates Nick Exline — 2,212 votes or 19.25 percent — and Kirk David — 1,986 votes or 17.29 percent — came up short.

LAKE TAHOE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Larry Reilly earned the position of Trustee Area 1 for LTUSD with 739 votes, or 53.36 percent. Annie Davidson was not far behind with 639 votes, or 46.14 percent.

The position of Trustee Area 3 for LTUSD was secured by Bonnie Turnbull with 858 votes, or 51.69 percent. Michael Doyle, also in the running, trailed behind with 792 votes, or 47.83 percent.

LAKE TAHOE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD

Nancy Dalton was elected as Trustee Area 4 for LTCC’s board. Dalton earned 927 votes, or 57.29 percent, compared to fellow candidate David Hamilton’s 687 votes, or 42.46 percent.

LAKE VALLEY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

LVFPD welcomed on board Leona Allen, John Rice and Robert Bettencourt. Allen secured 1,796 votes, or 29.93 percent; Rice earned 1,671 votes, or 27.85 percent; and Bettencourt tallied 1,392 votes or 23.20 percent.

The fourth candidate, Tony Sears, trailed behind with 1,108 votes, or 18.47 percent.


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