Challengers currently tied for second seat on high school board
Friday, Nov. 9 — The race for a seat on the Lassen Union High School District Board of Trustees is now tied.
According to recent numbers posted on the Lassen County Clerk’s election results website, challengers Michelle Zubillaga and Jeff Atkinson both have 2,948 votes.
There are two seats up for election, and incumbent Ken Theobald remains in the lead with 3,206 votes.
According to Lassen County Clerk Julie Bustamante, there are 240 provisional ballots remaining to be verified; 25 damaged ballots and 77 ballots ready to be processed for a total of 342 ballots remaining in Lassen County.
Staff will be working this weekend to complete the process, according to Bustamante.
Updates can be found at lassencounty.org/govt/dept/county_clerk/registrar/Elections.asp.
Tony Mallery remains in the lead for Lassen Superior Court Judge with 5,759 votes. Lassen County District Attorney Bob Burns has 4,432.
For the Lassen County Board of Education Trustee Area 1, challenger Bruce Davie and incumbent Todd Swickard remain in the lead for two available seats, while incumbent Dan Owens follows in third.
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