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OC fifth District Sup. Race Will get Tighter: Early Election Outcomes


NEWPORT BEACH, CA — Election Day is over in Newport Seaside, and residents are nearer than ever to discovering out who will signify them as county supervisor for Orange County’s fifth District, in response to preliminary outcomes reported by the Orange County Registrar of Voters.

As of 10 a.m. Wendesday morning, the Orange County Registrar of Voters reported a 33.6 % voter turnout, with over 611,060 ballots counted to date. Of these ballots, 452,856 have been vote-by-mail ballots and 158,203 have been vote middle ballots.

The Registrar of Voters mentioned that it will proceed to replace its web site with election outcomes all through the day.

The race to seek out out who will signify Orange County’s coastal cities as District Supervisor to District 5 will proceed by means of Wednesday.

As of 10 a.m., Candidate and present District 2 Supervisor Katrina Foley narrowly led the race with 50.93 % of the vote. Her opponent, Senator Pat Bates, adopted intently behind at 49.07 %.

This can be a distinction from Tuesday night time, the place Foley led the race with 56.62 % of votes whereas Bates trailed at 43.38 %.

As of 10 a.m. Wednesday, Newport Seaside District 1 Metropolis Council candidate Joe Stapleton led the race with 62.72 % % of the vote. His opponent, candidate Tom Miller, adopted with 37.28 % of the vote.

In District 3, candidate Erik Weigand led the race with 56.32 % of the vote as of 10 a.m. Candidates Jim Mosher and Amy Peters adopted Weigand at 27.02 % and 16.67 %, respectively.

In District 4, candidate Robyn Grant ran unopposed and claimed 100% of the vote.

In Newport Seaside’s sixth District Tuesday night time, candidate incumbent Pleasure Brenner ran a slim lead in opposition to candidate Lauren Kleiman, with Brenner claiming 52.58 % of the votes and Kleiman claiming 47.42 %.

Wednesday morning, nonetheless, Kleiman pulled forward of Brenner and claimed 53.08 % of the votes, with Brenner following behind at 46.92 %.

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