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