It’s official: County Clerk Recorder Julie Rodewald has certified the 2012 election results, so they’re final. There were no changes in who won or the candidate rankings.
Cambria Community Services District, three seats:
- Amanda Rice, 1,619 votes, 21.06 percent of votes cast in the race
- Gail Robinette, 1,577, 20.52 percent
- Muril Clift, 1,561, 20.31 percent
- Mike McLaughlin, 1,359, 17.68 percent
- Tom Gray, 1,080, 14.05 percent
- Kim McDaniel, 255, 3.32 percent
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According to the county’s Assistant Clerk Recorder Tommy Gong, official write-in candidate Steve Kniffen received 192 votes, out of 236 write-ins cast.Rice, Robinette and Clift are to be seated at the board’s Dec. 20 meeting.
Coast Unified School District, three seats:
- Judith Hillen, 2,530 votes, 25 percent of votes cast in the race
- Cindy Fratto, 2,513, 24.83 percent
- Sue Nash, 2,383, 23.55 percent
- Jack Mettier, 2,108, 20.83 percent
- Gong said write-in candidate Kniffen received 192 of 586 write-in votes
Hillen, Fratto and Nash are to be sworn in at the board’s meeting tonight (7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13), along with student trustee Alejandro DeAlba.
San Simeon Community Services District, one two-year seat:
- Ralph McAdams, 67 votes, 65.05 percent of votes cast in the raceMary Giacoletti, 36, 34.95 percent
McAdams was to be sworn in at the district board’s meeting Dec. 12, along with re-elected directors Alan Fields, Leroy Price and Daniel Morris Williams, who are to serve four-year terms.