November 8, 2006

Measure B Passes with 68% of the Vote; Cutter and Katz Elected to School Board

With all precincts reporting, Measure B, the $109 million school facilities bond passed with 8601 votes or 67.66% of the vote. Updated results as of November 20 show that Measure B passed with 11,389 votes or 68.65% of the vote. The final vote count on November 30, 2006, showed that Measure B passed with 11,398 votes or 68.66% of the vote.

Click here for Daily Review coverage or here for official Alameda County Registrar of Voters results.

Pauline Cutter, an incumbent member of the San Leandro School Board, received 7248 votes or 68.69% of the vote to Vera Ayres' 3218 votes or 30.5% of the votes. This will be Cutter's third four-year term on the School Board. A November 20 update showed that Cutter received 9490 votes or 69.33% of the vote to Ayres' 4081 votes or 29.81 % of the votes. The final count on November 30, 2006, showed that Cutter received 9493 votes or 69.32% of the vote and Ayres receieved 4084 votes or 29.82% of the vote.

Click here for official results from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters.

Mike Katz (the author of this blog) received 6356 votes or 59.26% of the vote to Pete Lismer's 4285 votes or 39.95% of the vote. Katz takes over the seat vacated by Louis Heystek, who served two four-year terms. A November 20 update showed Katz received 8271 votes or 59.5% of the vote to Lismer's 5506 votes or 39.61% of the vote. The final count on November 30, 2006, showed that Katz received 8275 votes or 59.5% of the vote and Lismer received 5507 votes or 39.6% of the vote.

Click here for Daily Review coverage and here for the official Alameda County Registrar of Voters results.

Posted by Mike Katz-Lacabe at November 8, 2006 12:57 AM | TrackBack
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