Latest vote tallies show Ly's victory margin narrow in Elk Grove mayor race; Nguyen maintains victory margin while Hume's slips

November 9, 2018 |  

Vote tallies from the Sacramento County Voter Registration and Elections shows margins in the Elk Grove mayoral have narrowed.

While the results show that incumbent Steve Ly ahead by a significant margin to ensure a victorious reelection bid, his lead has shrunk to 44-percent of the total tally with 12,727 votes. In the previous tally release, Ly held 46-percent of the vote.

With Ly margins slipping, the two challengers in the race, Tracie Stafford and Darren Suen had narrowed the gap. Stafford now has 23-percent with 6,563 votes and Suen jumped to 31-percent with 9,022 votes.

In the other two races for the Elk Grove City Council Districts 2 and 4, incumbent Pat Hume has victory margin slip to 60-percent to 39-percent for Andres Ramos while incumbent Stephanie Nguyen has maintained her margin in District 4 over challenger Orlando Fuentes 65 to 35-percent.  

As of this afternoon, countywide 259,480 ballots have been counted with 151,143 unprocessed. The next results will be posted on Tuesday, November 13 after 4 p.m. 

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