Election Night

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

5TH UPDATE: The Council Races

Posted By on Tue, Nov 4, 2014 at 8:35 PM

5th UPDATE:
The final tallies are in...
The only nail biter race appears to be in Eureka's Ward 3, where challenger Kim Bergel trails incumbent Mike Newman by just 104 votes. It's currently unclear how many provisional and vote by mail ballots remain to be counted in Eureka, so it's hard to tell if Bergel has a chance of bridging the gap at this point. But, the race is currently too close to call.

The final Election Night Report:

Eureka City Council
Ward 3
Kim Bergel - 48.80
Mike Newman - 50.76
5.309 votes cast, 100 percent of precincts reporting

Ward 5
Natalie Arroyo -61.60
Chet Albin - 37.86
5,338 votes cast, 100 percent of precincts reporting

Ferndale Mayor
Daniel Brown - 27.74
Don Hindley - 71.36
447 votes cast, 100 percent of precincts reporting

Ferndale City Council (two seats)
Doug Brower - 29.06
Michael Sweeney - 42.42
Jorgen Von Frausing-Borch - 26.58
726 votes cast, 100 percent of precincts reporting

Fortuna City Council (three seats)
Joshua M. Brown - 16.11
Tiara Brown - 25.17
Linda Gardner - 27.21
Sue Long - 29.95
4,979 votes cast, 100 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council two-year term
Ryan Kaplan - 30.38
Paul Pitino - 67.37
2,821 votes cast, 100 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council four-year term (two seats)
Jason Carr - 4.23
Juan Daniel Fernandez - 12.87
Patrick Hyland - 3.85
Sofia Pereira - 39.04
Mark E. Wheetley - 38.46
5,200 votes cast,100 percent of precincts reporting


4th UPDATE:
The Humboldt County Elections Office recently released its fourth report, and local city council races haven't budged. In fact, the only races to change at all in this most recent report were those in Arcata.

Check out the full report below:

Eureka City Council
Ward 3
Kim Bergel - 48.80
Mike Newman - 50.76
5.309 votes cast, 87.85 percent of precincts reporting

Ward 5
Natalie Arroyo -61.60
Chet Albin - 37.86
5,338 votes cast, 87.85 percent of precincts reporting

Ferndale Mayor
Daniel Brown - 27.74
Don Hindley - 71.36
447 votes cast, 87.85 percent of precincts reporting

Ferndale City Council (two seats)
Doug Brower - 29.06
Michael Sweeney - 42.42
Jorgen Von Frausing-Borch - 26.58
726 votes cast, 87.85 percent of precincts reporting

Fortuna City Council (three seats)
Joshua M. Brown - 16.11
Tiara Brown - 25.17
Linda Gardner - 27.21
Sue Long - 29.95
4,979 votes cast, 87.85 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council two-year term
Ryan Kaplan - 30.38
Paul Pitino - 67.37
1,998 votes cast, 87.85 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council four-year term (two seats)
Jason Carr - 4.30
Juan Daniel Fernandez - 12.07
Patrick Hyland - 3.89
Sofia Pereira - 39.07
Mark E. Wheetley - 39.02
3,678 votes cast, 87.85 percent of precincts reporting



3rd UPDATE:
With 64.49 percent of precincts reporting, local council races haven't changed much, though Eureka's Ward 3 race continues to narrow. There, challenger Kim Bergel has whittled incumbent Mike Newman's lead down to 104 votes. It's unclear, however if any Eureka precincts are outstanding and how many ballots have yet to be counted.

Over in Eureka's 5th Ward, challenger Natalie Arroyo has this thing in the bag, sitting on 61.60 percent of the vote to incumbent Chet Albin's 37.86 percent.

Elsewhere, the first results from the precincts are beginning to trickle in, though none have yet caused dramatic swings.

Find the full third report council race results below:

Eureka City Council
Ward 3
Kim Bergel - 48.80
Mike Newman - 50.76
5.309 votes cast, 64.49 percent of precincts reporting

Ward 5
Natalie Arroyo -61.60
Chet Albin - 37.86
5,338 votes cast, 64.49 percent of precincts reporting

Ferndale Mayor
Daniel Brown - 27.74
Don Hindley - 71.36
447 votes cast, 64.49 percent of precincts reporting

Ferndale City Council (two seats)
Doug Brower - 29.06
Michael Sweeney - 42.42
Jorgen Von Frausing-Borch - 26.58
726 votes cast, 64.49 percent of precincts reporting

Fortuna City Council (three seats)
Joshua M. Brown - 16.11
Tiara Brown - 25.17
Linda Gardner - 27.21
Sue Long - 29.95
4,979 votes cast, 64.49 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council two-year term
Ryan Kaplan - 29.23
Paul Pitino - 69.10
1,081 votes cast, 64.49 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council four-year term (two seats)
Jason Carr - 4.00
Juan Daniel Fernandez - 11.09
Patrick Hyland - 4.55
Sofia Pereira - 37.76
Mark E. Wheetley - 40.91
2,002 votes cast, 64.49 percent of precincts reporting

2ND UPDATE:
With the second round of returns posted, most council races in the county remain unchanged, as it takes a while to physically get election equipment and memory cards to the county office. The exception is in the Eureka races.

Challenger Natalie Arroyo has built on her early lead with the first round of precinct results, and now leads incumbent Chet Albin 59.55 percent to 39 percent with 4,784 ballots cast. After taking almost 56 percent of the vote by mail/early voting ballots, Arroyo took a whopping 63.52 percent of the first ballots counted from the polls, making her lead seem insurmountable in the race to become Eureka's next 5th Ward representative.

Over in the 3rd Ward, challenger Kim Bergel has cut into incumbent Mike Newman's early lead, and now trials by about five points, 47.34 percent to Newman's 52.19 percent. Bergel edged Newman in the early poll results, taking 52.33 percent of the first Election Day ballots counted. Whether that rate holds, and whether it's enough to push Bergel over the top, remains to be seen. She currently trails by 231 votes.

Here's a look at the second returns in each of the races:

Eureka City Council
Ward 3
Kim Bergel - 47.34
Mike Newman - 52.19
4,763 votes cast, 15.89 percent of precincts reporting

Ward 5
Natalie Arroyo - 59.55
Chet Albin - 39.00
4,784 votes cast, 15.89 percent of precincts reporting


Ferndale Mayor
Daniel Brown - 29.58
Don Hindley - 69.01
213 votes cast, 15.89 percent of precincts reporting

Ferndale City Council (two seats)
Doug Brower - 28.01
Michael Sweeney - 42.86
Jorgen Von Frausing-Borch - 26.61
357 votes cast, 15.89 percent of precincts reporting

Fortuna City Council (three seats)
Joshua M. Brown - 15.23
Tiara Brown - 24.86
Linda Gardner - 28.01
Sue Long - 30.53
2,856 votes cast, 15.89 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council two-year term
Ryan Kaplan - 29.23
Paul Pitino - 69.10
1,081 votes cast, 15.89 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council four-year term (two seats)
Jason Carr - 4.00
Juan Daniel Fernandez - 11.09
Patrick Hyland - 4.55
Sofia Pereira - 37.76
Mark E. Wheetley - 40.91
2,002 votes cast, 15.89 percent of precincts reporting

UPDATE:
Despite mixed early results for the Eureka incumbents, Mike Newman and Chet Albin were both chipper and upbeat at an elections return party at the Sea Grill when the Journal caught up with them recently.

Newman, who early returns have leading challenger Kim Bergel by 14 points, said he is “guardedly optimistic” about his chances. Albin, who is trailing challenger Natalie Arroyo by 12 points, said he wasn’t following the results but had been told he was behind. But undaunted, Albin said he’d worked hard on the campaign trail and hoped the sweat he’s put in over the last month will pay off at the polls.

But the incumbent — who was appointed to the post by Mayor Frank Jager last year — seemed more interested in talking about an exciting development in his quest to bring cruise ships to Eureka and to secure a tenant for the long-vacant restaurant space in the Fisherman’s Terminal Building at the foot of C Street. (On the cruise ship front, the county apparently agreed to pony up $10,000 to help pay a lobbyist to work on getting some ships to add Humboldt Bay to their routes, while he says a tenant is very interested in putting an 84-seat restaurant in the city-owned Fisherman’s building.)

As to the election, Albin praised his opponent and smiled broadly when talking about running his first-ever political campaign. “I don’t think people realize how much work it is,” he said.

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PREVIOUSLY:
The first ballots have been tallied, and the runaway shocker of the evening so far is challenger Natalie Arroyo jumping out to a commanding early lead over incumbent Chet Albin in the race to become Eureka's next Ward 5 council member.

Only 2,509 votes have been cast in the race so far, but all those ballots are of the early voting/vote-by-mail variety, which tend to trend conservative, making Arroyo's lead look daunting for Albin.

But there are other races...

Throughout Humboldt County, new leaders are being elected tonight, with contested council races in Eureka, Ferndale, Fortuna and Arcata, as well as a mayoral scorcher in Ferndale. Across the board, there's a lot of new blood out there. While both Eureka races feature incumbents, there's only one in the race for two seats open in Ferndale, one in each of the races for three open seats in both Fortuna and Arcata.

Here's a look at the early returns in each of the races:




Eureka City Council

Ward 3
Kim Bergel - 42.87
Mike Newman - 56.61
2,014 votes cast, 0 percent of precincts reporting

Ward 5
Natalie Arroyo - 55.96
Chet Albin - 43.44
2,509 votes cast, 0 percent of precincts reporting

Ferndale Mayor
Daniel Brown - 29.58
Don Hindley - 69.01
213 votes cast, 0 percent of precincts reporting

Ferndale City Council (two seats)
Doug Brower - 28.01
Michael Sweeney - 42.86
Jorgen Von Frausing-Borch - 26.61
357 votes cast, 0 percent of precincts reporting

Fortuna City Council (three seats)
Joshua M. Brown - 15.23
Tiara Brown - 24.86
Linda Gardner - 28.01
Sue Long - 30.53
2,856 votes cast, 0 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council two-year term
Ryan Kaplan - 29.23
Paul Pitino - 69.10
1,081 votes cast, 0 percent of precincts reporting

Arcata City Council four-year term (two seats)
Jason Carr - 4.00
Juan Daniel Fernandez - 11.09
Patrick Hyland - 4.55
Sofia Pereira - 37.76
Mark E. Wheetley - 40.91
2,002 votes cast, 0 percent of precincts reporting
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UPDATE: No Go For Eureka's Fair Wage Act

Posted By on Tue, Nov 4, 2014 at 8:34 PM

James Decker and Linda Lee outside of the Siren's Song Tavern. - GRANT SCOTT-GOFORTH
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  • James Decker and Linda Lee outside of the Siren's Song Tavern.
SECOND UPDATE: 
The third election night report is in, with 67 percent of county precincts reporting, but the numbers on Measure R didn’t change from the second report. It’s likely that most, if not all Eureka precincts, are in.

Over at the Siren’s Song Tavern, Fair Wage Folks gathered to listen to Turtle of the Mad River Ramblers play acoustic guitar tunes.

James Decker was heartened by the slight improvement in the second election night report. “I don’t think we’re closing fast enough but we are optimistic,” he said.

If the measure fails, he said the Fair Wage Folks have a shot in appealing to what looks like a leftward shifting Eureka City Council to enact a minimum wage raise. And, with opponents’ cries of unfairness regarding Measure R’s Eureka boundaries, Decker says the Fair Wage Folks could try for a countywide effort.

Zack Thiesen, who spoke with the Journal about Measure R and followed that with a letter to the editor, spoke with a supporter outside of the Siren’s Song. He was pleased with the civility of the debate over minimum wage, but said he’d be happy when it was all over.

Don Smullin of the Eureka Chamber of Commerce, which opposed the measure, did not return a call seeking comment.

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2nd UPDATE: It's Too Late!

Posted By on Tue, Nov 4, 2014 at 3:59 PM

A registered voter fills out a ballot at Arcata City Hall. - MANUEL J. ORBEGOZO
  • Manuel J. Orbegozo
  • A registered voter fills out a ballot at Arcata City Hall.
2nd UPDATE: And the polls are closed... Stay tuned for the first batch of results, which should be posted any time now by the humboldt County Elections Office.

UPDATE: The polls close in an hour, so if you want to vote you'd better get to it. If you're on the fence, scroll down to see some Humboldt State University students voting. They might inspire you.

PREVIOUSLY:
There's still time! If you haven't yet cast your ballot, fret not. You still have four hours to get to the polls and let your voice ring through the halls of local, state and federal governments.

Humboldt County Elections Manager Kelly Sanders said all appears to be going smoothly thus far on Election Day, with anecdotal evidence indicating a modest turnout. Sanders said her office received 15,537 vote-by-mail ballots as of Saturday, which have been verified and sit ready to count. That number represents a modest increase from the 12,431 received prior to the Primary Election back in June.

If you want to vote but aren't sure where to go, the Secretary of State's Office can tell you where your precinct is. And if you need a refresher on what you'll see when you get there, the folks at www.smartvoter.org have you covered, and will walk you through what's on the ballot.

And for those who are just chomping at the bit for some results, sit tight and check back with us at 8 p.m., when we expect results to start trickling in. From there, we'll be checking on all local races throughout the night, stopping in at some Election Night gatherings and reporting back.

"I Voted" stickers await voters after they submit their ballots in the voting machine at Arcata City Hall - MANUEL J. ORBEGOZO
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  • "I Voted" stickers await voters after they submit their ballots in the voting machine at Arcata City Hall
Clerk Jesse Hoskins casts a ballot into a voting machine at the Humboldt State University polling station. - MANUEL J. ORBEGOZO
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  • Clerk Jesse Hoskins casts a ballot into a voting machine at the Humboldt State University polling station.
First-time voter Heather Gundlach receives a ballot. "I finally feel like I have a voice," she said Gundlach. - MANUEL J. ORBEGOZO
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  • First-time voter Heather Gundlach receives a ballot. "I finally feel like I have a voice," she said Gundlach.
Samantha Boyd studies the voting catalog before casting her ballot at HSU. - MANUEL J. ORBEGOZO
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  • Samantha Boyd studies the voting catalog before casting her ballot at HSU.

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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

UPDATE: Final Election Night Results In

Posted By on Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 8:29 PM

Incumbent 4th District Supervisor Virginia Bass talks with a visiting Washington state resident who happened to be eating at Sea Grill. Bass is pleased -- but "cautiously optimistic" -- with the early returns from the Humboldt County Elections Office.
  • Incumbent 4th District Supervisor Virginia Bass talks with a visiting Washington state resident who happened to be eating at Sea Grill. Bass is pleased -- but "cautiously optimistic" -- with the early returns from the Humboldt County Elections Office.
The Humboldt County Elections Office has released its final election night report, and the results remain largely unchanged.

Humboldt County has elected its first female district attorney, Maggie Fleming, re-elected 5 th District Supervisor Ryan Sundberg and appears to have re-elected 4 th District Supervisor Virginia Bass, though Bass’ lead is slim enough (303 votes) that we are hesitant to call it with an unknown number of ballots still to be sifted through in the coming days.

From the first report, Fleming ran away with the district attorney’s race, leaving her three challengers well behind and avoiding a November runoff by taking a whopping 60.96 percent of the vote, an almost unheard of tally for a four-way race. Elan Firpo finished second in the race, taking 25.80 percent of the vote, trailed by Allan Dollison with 8.08 percent and Arnie Klein with 4.97 percent.

In the 4th District supervisor race, Bass jumped out to an early lead when the first vote by mail ballots were counted but the race quickly narrowed, with challenger Chris Kerrigan outpacing Bass at the polls. It appears Bass’ early lead is holding, though, as she finished the night with 53.31 percent of the vote to Kerrigan’s 46.46.

The race for the county’s 5th District supervisorial seat was never close, with incumbent Ryan Sundberg dominating early and late, finishing with 61.09 percent of the vote to challenger Sharon Latour’s 38.67.

While there’s little question left as to the results of the 5th District supervisor race and that for district attorney, the results will not become final for weeks, as the elections office still needs to sift through uncounted and provisional ballots, conduct a random audit of results and have the final tallies certified by the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors.

It also warrants noting that while turnout is notoriously low for June elections, this one seems to have been particularly dismal, with only 29.88 percent (22,535 of 75,427) of registered voters having cast ballots. That number is sure to increase some, but seems unlikely to break 40 percent.

PREVIOUSLY:
Three of Humboldt County’s four local ballot measures are well on their way to passing, while the fourth — a school bond measure in Southern Humboldt Unified School District — is going down in flames.

Measure O, which would shift Ferndale’s city clerk and city treasurer positions from being elected by the public to appointed by the city council and city manager, is currently passing with 63.81 percent of the vote. Kneeland’s Measure L, which would impose a $60 to $80 parcel tax to support the volunteer fire department, is winning in a landslide, taking 82.89 percent of the vote. Measure M, a $1 million school bond in Hydesville to renovate and modernize Hydesville Elementary School, is currently taking 68.21 percent of the vote. Meanwhile, Measure N, a $10 million bond measure to renovate and repair seven SoHum schools, is failing, taking 46.64 percent of the vote. It needs 55 percent to pass.

PREVIOUSLY:
With almost 70 percent of precincts reporting, the race to become Humboldt County’s next district attorney is turning into a landslide.

Maggie Fleming is dominating the race, pulling in nearly 62 percent of the vote and leading the field by more than 6,500 votes. Elan Firpo is currently in second place with 23.34 percent of the vote, trailed by Allan Dollison and Arnie Klein, who currently have 8.46 and 5.04 percent of the vote, respectively. It’s important to note, however, that many of the county’s outlying areas still have not reported results to the Humboldt County Elections Office and there’s a slim chance, if the vote in those areas break decidedly away from Fleming, that she could still fail to get 50 percent of the vote, sending her to a runoff in November. In the general election four years ago, challenger Allison Jackson held a seemingly commanding lead over incumbent Paul Gallegos, before precincts in the southern and northern stretches of the county broke in Gallegos’ favor and catapulted him to re-election.

Meanwhile, the 4th District supervisorial race is shaping up to be much closer. Incumbent Virginia Bass is currently leading challenger

Chris Kerrigan by 303 votes, taking 53.55 percent of the vote to Kerrigan’s 46.21. It’s unclear, however, how many Eureka precincts are outstanding and whether there are enough uncounted ballots to give Kerrigan a chance.

In the race for the county’s 5th District supervisorial seat, incumbent Ryan Sundberg is running away with it, pulling in 65.76 percent of the vote to challenger Sharon Latour’s 34.04.

PREVIOUSLY:
The second report is in and Chris Kerrigan has significantly closed the gap on Virginia Bass. The Latour-Sundberg match hasn't budged much.

With 45 of 103 county precincts reporting, Bass still has a commanding lead: 55.34 percent to Kerrigan's 44.44 percent. It's unclear exactly which precincts are reporting, but less than 1,000 (non-mail in) votes have been counted from the polls in the 4th District. In the 2010 primary, 2,300 votes were cast in the district with 31 of 132 county precincts reporting. But that was a race with presidential action, so more voters likely turned up at the polls four years ago.

In the 5th District, only about 200 additional votes have been tallied since the first report, as most district precincts still have not returned their tallies to the Humboldt County Elections Office.

Supporters at district attorney candidate Maggie Fleming’s gathering on H Street in Eureka let out a hearty cheer as she read off the latest returns, which show her maintaining a commanding lead in the race, pulling 62.92 percent of the vote. Elan Firpo is currently second in the race, trailing by about 5,500 votes, with 23.23 percent. Allan Dollison remains in third place, with 8.73 percent, while Arnie Klein is currently bringing up the rear with 4.94 percent of the vote. With only 43.69 percent of precincts reporting, there’s still time for this race to become competitive but it would take a large swing to prevent Fleming from taking it outright and avoiding a runoff in November.

PREVIOUSLY:

The first batch of vote by mail ballots have been counted and show Humboldt County's supervisorial incumbents holding commanding early leads.

Humboldt County Registrar of Voters Carolyn Crnich said the recently released first batch of results includes all vote by mail ballots that had arrived at the Humboldt County Elections Office as of Saturday. The 12,431 ballots will almost assuredly represent the largest single dump of ballots of the night. Officials and observers reported a relatively modest turnout at the polls, which is not at all out of the ordinary for a June election, which a majority of registered voters generally skip. Two years ago, the county saw just 42 percent of registered voters vote in the primary. In 2010, it was just under 48 percent.

The night's first returns show 4th Supervisorial District incumbent Virginia Bass sitting with 61.61 percent of the vote to challenger Chris Kerrigan's 38.25. Bass currently holds a 523 vote lead.
Up in the county's 5th Supervisorial District, incumbent Ryan Sundberg holds a 732-vote lead over challenger Sharon Latour. Sundberg's received 65.81 percent of the vote so far to Latour's 33.97.

In the race to become Humboldt County’s next district attorney, Maggie Fleming has jumped out to the early lead, pulling in 63.69 percent of the first ballots counted, followed by Elan Firpo with 22.62 percent, Allan Dollison with 8.67 percent and Arnie Klein with 4.83 percent. Fleming currently has an almost 5,000-vote lead over Firpo. When the final votes are counted, the top two candidates in the district attorney's race will head to a runoff in November if none garner more than 50 percent of the vote.

History indicates that early vote-by-mail ballots tend to lean more conservative than Election Day voting. We'll see if that holds true tonight.

We will continue updating this post throughout the night as more results come in.
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Election Day!

Posted By on Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 8:03 AM

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After months of politicking, door knocking, lawn signs, glad handing and debating, Election Day is finally here.

North Coast voters have some big choices before them today, including who will be the county's next district attorney and who will represent the 4th and 5th districts on the county board of supervisors. There's also a field of state representatives and candidates for U.S. Congress to whittle down for runoff elections in November.

If you're unsure of your polling place or want a little more time to peruse your options, visit the Humboldt County Elections Office website and click on the "sample ballot and polling place lookup link."

Having trouble deciding which of the four district attorney candidates deserves your vote? Bone up on the issues with past Journal coverage here. Not sure what to make of the 5th District supervisor race? See where incumbent Ryan Sundberg and challenger Sharon Latour stand on the major issues here. Struggling over which former Eureka City Council member to tap for 4th DIstrict supervisor? Check out their takes on everything from homelessness to the General Plan Update here.

And for those just planning on bypassing this election entirely, read the comprehensive case for why your vote might well swing the outcome here.

There, Humboldt. Consider yourselves primed. Now get out there and vote, and check back to www.northcoastjournal.com after the polls close tonight to start getting real-time results and dispatches from election night soirees around town. 
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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Who Won?

Posted By on Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 10:52 AM

The big winner in yesterday's election appears to have been the sofa, since voter turnout was at 19.74 percent. Another victor was Measure K, which got an 85.16 percent yes vote for to expand the Fieldbrook firehouse, a project that is already underway. If you build it, they will vote. Here are the other winners.

Bridgeville Elementary School District Governing Board Members: Amber Woodworth, Curtis Cross and Nicholas N. Entsminger

Eureka City Schools, Trustee Area 1, Governing Board Member: Lisa Ollivier

Ferndale Unified School District, Governing Board Members: Stephanie Koch, Jerry Hansen and Ken Richardson

McKinleyville Union School District, Governing Board Members: Tim Hooven, Mary McCarthy and John McCarthy

Northern Humboldt Union High School District, Governing Board Members: Colleen Toste, Mike Pigg and Brian Lovell

Redwoods Community College, Trustee Area 2, Governing Board Member: Thomas R. Ross

Manila Community Services District, Governing Board Member (two-year term): Salena Kahle

Manila Community Services District, Governing Board Members (four-year term): John Woolley and Dendra Dengler

McKinleyville Community Services District, Governing Board Members: George A. Wheeler, David R. Couch and Dennis Mayo

Arcata Fire Protection District Director Division 1 (two-year term): Dennis Lindstrom

Arcata Fire Protection District Director Division 2: Linda Sundberg

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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

CLENDENEN TAKES SECOND DISTRICT

Posted on Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 12:52 AM

Split Decision: Jager, Atkins in EKA
Winkler, Brinton, Ornelas in Arcata
Also, some guy from Illinois won his race
Prop 8 still leading in statewide polls at Miller Time
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WHEN OH WHEN

Posted on Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 12:38 AM

Waiting 'til 1 a.m. for the final report
No beer at the bar for this reporter
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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

CLENDENEN BUILDS LEAN IN 2ND

Posted on Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 11:44 PM

Atkins, Jager in Eureka
Not a damn thing new in Arcata
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SPLIT DECISION IN EKA

Posted on Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 11:07 PM

ATKINS, JAGER VICTORIOUS
Sopoci-Belknap retains water board seat
EKA tax measures, recruit ban pass
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