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San Luis Obispo Mayor Heidi Harmon wins re-election

UPDATE – Heidi Harmon beat out challenger T. Keith Gurnee with nearly 60 percent of the vote and all precincts reporting. This is Harmon’s second two-year term.

Harmon posted the following video to Facebook Wednesday morning:

Posted by Heidi Harmon on Wednesday, November 7, 2018


UPDATE (10:50 p.m.) – Election results released after 10 p.m. showed Harmon maintaining her lead with 59 percent of the vote.

In the city council race, Christianson had nearly 27 percent of the vote and Stewart had 20 percent.

Measure F remained at nearly 80 percent “yes” votes.

SLO mayoral race

Live with incumbent Heidi Harmon for SLO Mayor. Updated San Luis Obispo election results here –> https://bit.ly/2APQucA

Posted by KSBY on Tuesday, November 6, 2018


 

(9:02 p.m.) – Initial Election Night results show incumbent Mayor Heidi Harmon leading challengers Keith Gurnee and Donald Hedrick with 57 percent of the vote.

Gurnee has 40 percent of the vote. Hedrick has 2.5 percent.

Seven people were running for two seats on the city council — incumbent Carlyn Christianson, James Lopes, Abe Lincoln, Sarah Flickinger, Bob Voglin, Jeffery Specht, and Erica Stewart. Early results show Christianson (27 percent), Stewart (20 percent), and Lopes (20 percent) leading the pack.

Measure F, a cannabis business tax, was poised for passage with “yes” votes at 80 percent.

The future of cannabis-related business operations in the City of San Luis Obispo is contingent on the passage of Measure F. If it were to fail, no cannabis land use or operator permits would be issued. It requires a majority vote to pass.

KSBY Staff

KSBY Staff

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