NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012 –
UPDATED Nov. 13.
With about 3,000 “provisional ballots” (representing about 25% of the vote in this race) still being sorted at the Yolo County Elections Office as of Nov. 13, the results are still early & unofficial. But here is how the local races in West Sacramento are shaping up. One change from the first reporting here: school board incumbent Dave Westin has dropped out of the top three, and challenger Alicia Cruz has stepped into one of the three winner’s spots in that race.
As of now, 100% of the precincts have reported,, but the results are still unofficial. Election officials have 28 days from the election day to finish counting, and are trying to finish sooner — perhaps by Thanksgiving.
Christopher Cabaldon (unopposed) 10,287 votes, or 100%
CITY COUNCIL (top two)
WILLIAM ‘BILL’ KRISTOFF (Inc.) 8,262 votes, or 45.7%
OSCAR E. VILLEGAS (Inc.) 8,035 votes, or 44.5%
OLEG MASKAEV 1,768 votes, or 14.0%
WASHINGTON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, Board of Trustees (top 3)
KATIE VILLEGAS 6,619 votes, or 48.7%
ALICIA CRUZ 4,915 votes, or 19.6%
MARY M. LELAND (Inc.) 4,598 votes, or 18.3%
DAVE WESTIN (Inc.) 4,510 votes, or 18.0%
COBY PIZOTTI 1,930 votes, or 7.7%
WALT R. BOWMAN 1,496 votes, or 6.0%
ROY SIANEZ 1,469 votes, or 5.9%
MEASURE G, Revenue Uses Advisory Vote
YES: 10,269 votes, or 87.4%
NO: 1,483 votes, or 12.6%
West Sacramento voter turnout: 6,264 of 23,168 Registered Voters (27.0%)
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