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Vote update shows Bernardo wins re-election to Harbor District board
November 19, 2014, 05:00 AM

Updated voter numbers posted Tuesday afternoon indicated Robert Bernardo solidified his lead over Jim Tucker for the second seat on the San Mateo County Harbor District Board of Commissioners by 292 votes.

Updated numbers from the county Elections Office showed a 302 vote lead for Bernardo on Friday. This is the final vote tally for this election. Tucker had conceded last week. The final tally has challenger Nicole David with 66,964 votes, or 32.1 percent; Bernardo with 48,340 votes, or 23.2 percent; and Tucker with 48,048 votes, or 23 percent. There are two open seats on the board. Both Bernardo and Tucker are incumbents.

Tucker has a long history of public service having spent 16 years on the Harbor District Board of Commissioners and multiple terms as mayor of Daly City.

For the one contested two-year seat, charter boat captain Tom Mattusch ousted appointed incumbent Will Holsinger.



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