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Fremont’s Lily Mei leading Hayward’s Aisha Wahab in point out Senate 10 Alex Lee defending Assembly District 24


Early election effects ended up pouring in Tuesday night time for aggressive point out legislative races all-around the Bay Place, including some contests in the East Bay and South Bay in which thousands and thousands have been spent supporting or opposing candidates.

In all state legislative seat races, the best two vote-getters will advance to a runoff in the November normal election.

In condition Senate District 10, which incorporates portion of the two Santa Clara County and Alameda County, Fremont Mayor Lily Mei was properly ahead of Hayward Councilmember Aisha Wahab in the crowded race. The district includes about 1 million people throughout large swaths of the East Bay and South Bay, like all of Hayward, Fremont, Union City, Newark, Sunnyvale and Santa Clara, as effectively as a smaller part of northeast San Jose. The race is for a seat that will be open just after existing Sen. Bob Wieckowski phrases out at the close of the year.

Church pastor Paul Pimentel, the lone Republican in the race, was in third area. Legal professional Jamal Khan, program engineer Raymond Liu and longtime Santa Clara Unified School District board member Jim Canova were being all following much at the rear of.

Right after putting up original effects, the Santa Clara County registrar’s workplace estimated that it experienced counted about 45% of the complete ballots it expects to acquire in this election, together with mail-in ballots and those solid in human being. Only about 16% of eligible voters in the county experienced cast votes so far. In Alameda County, about 9% of suitable voters had cast votes. The Alameda County registrar’s workplace did not supply an estimate of how numerous whole votes it predicted to receive.

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Across some very similar territory in Milpitas, Fremont, Newark and parts of San Jose, initial-time period progressive Assemblymember Alex Lee appeared to be keeping his have from rigid levels of competition.

He held a additional than two-to-one particular direct in votes in advance of Republican Bob Brunton, a perennial Assembly applicant, and Kansen Chu — the previous Assemblymember who held Lee’s seat before him. Fremont Councilmember Teresa Keng was in a distant fourth place, and previous San Jose councilmember Lan Diep was bringing up the rear.

In Alameda County, labor union treasurer Liz Ortega was top Dublin Councilmember Shawn Kumagai for the Assembly District 20 seat. Latest Assemblyman Bill Quirk will be stepping down at the close of this yr, leaving the seat open. Jennifer Esteen, a registered nurse and previous labor organizer, was in 3rd put, when retired pc scientist Joseph Grcar, the only Republican candidate, was in last spot.

On the Peninsula, San Mateo Vice Mayor Diane Papan held a commanding guide amongst a area of seven in Assembly District 21, which encompasses eastern San Mateo County and features the cities of Belmont, Burlingame, East Palo Alto, Foster Metropolis, Millbrae, Redwood City, San Bruno, San Carlos, San Mateo and portions of South San Francisco.

Papan, the daughter of previous Assembly Speaker Lou Papan, experienced gained a lot more than double the quantity of votes of Republican business operator Mark Gilham, and far more than 3 times the votes of Redwood City Mayor Giselle Hale.

South San Francisco Town Councilmember James Coleman was effectively driving in fourth. Lawyer and tenant advocate Alison Madden, San Mateo County Group University District Trustee Maurice Goodman, and Environmentally friendly Get together prospect Tania Sole rounded out the base of the race.

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