Election update: Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified has a tight race for third and final school board seat

Election update: Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified has a tight race for third and final school board seat

Decrease than one proportion degree separates two candidates for the third-and-final open seat on the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified Faculty District Board of Coaching, in accordance with the latest outcomes from the L.A. County Registrar’s Office.

Inside the four-person race for the three seats, Matthew Brach is in the mean time in third place with 23.2 p.c of the votes, based on the latest tally, launched Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 13. Thus far, he is edging out Jeannie Hahn, who has 22.58 p.c and trails by about 270 votes.

With all 40 precincts reporting, unofficial outcomes moreover current sixth grade coach Megan Crawford in the mean time with in all probability essentially the most whole votes, with 28.25 p.c, adopted by incumbent board member Rick Phillips with virtually 26 p.c. Phillips was initially appointed to a school board seat in February following member Malcolm Sharp’s resignation.

The registrar’s office stays to be counting mail-in, provisional and some election evening time ballots; the outcomes gained’t be official until the registrar certifies the election.

The school district serves about 11,400 school college students, and has 10 elementary, three intermediate and two extreme schools, plus a continuation school. Its board members are elected to four-year phrases

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