Everything is trending right for Fourth District hopeful Natalie Arroyo after the Elections Office has officially tallied a little more than 9,000 ballots since last Friday.
Arroyo now has 52.8 percent of the vote — way up from 50.8 a week ago — and can now feel pretty confident about her chances of avoiding a November runoff against second-place finisher Mike Newman.
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The Clerk-Recorder/Registrar of Voters Race is still headed into runoff territory, but the race for first place has dramatically narrowed between candidates Tiffany Hunt Nielsen and Juan Pablo Cervantes.
All the other races: Much the same. Incumbent Steve Madrone cruising to victory in the Fifth District; DA candidate Stacey Eads with a large lead; Auditor-Controller candidate Cheryl Dillingham with an even larger lead; Alex Stillman with an easy victory in Arcata.
A little more than 9,000 more ballots remain to be counted.
Find the Election Office’s full second post-election night tally at this link.