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Howe continues to lead challenger for Manteca USD seat
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The San Joaquin County Register of Voters office provided an updated count from the Nov. 8 election on Tuesday.

About 45.2 percent of the ballots are now accounted for, with the results still unofficial.

Not much has changed from the previous week.

Here's the latest:


Manteca Unified

Incumbent Kathy Howe maintained her advantage over Brandy Perkins, 2,973-1,911 in Trustee Area 2.


Ripon Unified

Jason Winter continues to lead Joe Franscella in the Trustee Area 1 race, 842-514. The winner will take the seat occupied by Chad Huskey.

Christopher 'Kit' Oase appears well on his way to retaining his Trustee Area 3. He's managed 66.8 percent of the votes or 1,047, leading challengers Tiffany Treece (296) and Timothy O. Mathews (229).


Ripon City Council

Incumbents Mike Restuccia (3,877) and Dean Uecker (3,509) continue to lead challenger Tamra Spade (2,514) in the at-large election.


Lathrop Mayor

Sonny Dhaliwal is already the longest serving mayor for the City of Lathrop. He appears well on his way to add to that, building a comfortable lead over challenger John Thanh Do, 4,698-1,277.


Lathrop City Council

Paul Akinjo (3,831) leads in his bid for re-election over challengers Diane Lazard (3,404) and Christina Campoy-Laughlin (2,363).



David L. Roos continues to lead incumbent Robert 'Bob' Holmes in South San Joaquin Irrigation District's board of director seat, 3,655-2,907.


Ripon Fire District

Incumbent Bryce Perkins is the top votegetter in the Ripon Consolidated Fire District race. The top two will serves as board of directors.

Perkins (4,413) and Jimmy Barbour (3,686) hold those positions, with Harrison Gibbs (3,071) trailing not too far behind.