Los Osos Community Services District Board of Directors candidate Stephen Best, who ran in the November 2018 election, filed a lawsuit in court challenging results after an error left a name off the ballot.
San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Reporter Tommy Gong apologized for a mistake in handling a Los Osos Community Services District election. A special election in November 2019 or an appointment by the board will correct the error.
Erica Stewart is set to become the first black San Luis Obispo City Council member, unofficial city records show. She also served as a student body president at Cal Poly in the early 1990s and helped galvanize the student body.
Californians can find out if their ballot was counted in the 2018 General Election by visiting the Secretary of State’s website. Vote-by-mail ballots can be challenged because of a problem with the signature.
The San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder’s Office says an apparent clerical error means the Los Osos Community Services District election may have to be run again. The county discovered that there are three open seats rather than two.
Morro Bay candidate for mayor, John Headding, is still leading John Weiss by about 100 votes. Weiss believes Headding will likely win after all the votes are counted and has talked about bringing the community together over a controversial sewer project.
Who won in the Los Osos, California, Community Services District Board of Directors election? Results for candidates Chuck Cesena, Matthew Fourcroy, Stephen Best and Craig Baltimore, in the 2018 midterms.
Cambria and North Coast voters appear to have followed the national trend of seeking new leaders: With one incumbent running in each of the two local races, voters have instead apparently chosen a full roster of challengers.
Why did San Luis Obispo County, California, voters reject Measure G? Oil companies spent millions on ads featuring teachers, farmers, business owners and scientists to defeat the ban on fracking and new oil wells.