The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors District 2 seat up for grabs in last week’s election will be held by school board trustee and social worker Noelia Corzo, who declared victory Thursday.

Corzo, who works with people with developmental disabilities and was serving her second term as a trustee on the San Mateo-Foster City School District board, had 19,780 votes as of the latest results released by the county, or 51.1% of the total. That was compared to 18,904 votes, or about 48.9%, for her opponent, Belmont Councilmember Charles Stone.

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