Local election results

Tyler Seltzer (21.59 percent), Richard Burdge (21.18 percent) and Todd Buchner (21.14 percent) were elected to the Rancho Santa Fe School board.

Joyce Dalessandro (31.30 percent) and Beth Hergesheimer (29.58 percent) were elected to the San Dieguito Union High School District board.

Greg Gruzdowich was elected to the Division One seat (Rancho Santa Fe) on the Santa Fe Irrigation District board with 55.61 percent of the vote.

Kathy McHenry (28.53 percent), Alan Arckless (27.52 percent) and Nancy McElfresh (22.12 percent) were elected to the Whispering Palms Community Services District board.

Solana Beach Deputy Mayor Dave Roberts was elected to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors (District Three seat) by a vote of 50.70 percent (Steve Danon received 49.30 percent of the vote).

Richard Leib (38.93 percent) and Julie Union (36.52 percent) were elected to the Solana Beach School Board.

Scott Peters is leading the 52nd Congressional District seat race with 50.17 percent of the vote over Brian Bilbray (49.83 percent).

So far, none of the local proposed school bonds have received the 55 percent majority vote to pass, according to the San Diego County Registrar of Voters.

•Prop AA, the San Dieguito Union High School District’s $449 million bond received 54.47 percent voter approval (30,189 in favor, 25,232 against).

•Prop EE, The MiraCosta Community College $497 million bond, received 54.07 percent voter approval (56,438 in favor, 47,951 against).

Look for more results on this web site and at www.sdcounty.ca.gov/voters/results/election.xml

Bob Filner is leading the Mayor of San Diego race with 51.53 percent of the vote to Carl DeMaio’s 48.47 percent.

Related posts:

  1. Santa Fe Irrigation District board election comes at crucial time
  2. Community services, fire protection, SFID district races decided
  3. District should come up with something affordable — Vote ‘No’ on high school bond Prop AA
  4. Election 2012: Who is Brian Bilbray?
  5. Rancho Santa Fe School District announces open board seat

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