Nguyen slightly increases margin over Guerra for apparent first place finish in competitive 10th District California Assembly primary race

Sacramento City Councilmember Eric Guerra (left) and Elk Grove City Councilmember Stephanie Nguyen will face off in the November general election. |


In the 10th District California Assembly race's competitive race, front runner Elk Grove City Councilmember Stephanie Nguyen slightly increased her margin of votes over fellow Democrat Sacramento City Councilmember Eric Guerra.

Vote tallies released this afternoon by Sacramento Voter Registration, and Elections showed leading Guerra by 457 votes for 29.93 percent to Guerra's 29.41. Nguyen has 26,610 votes, while Guerra has 29,153.

Even though they remain in a statistical dead heat, Nguyen grew her lead from last week's tallies. Nguyen has a lead of 457 over Guerra compared to 391 on Friday.

With less than 1,000 uncounted votes county-wide, Nguyen will take first place, with Guerra not far behind in second. As the top two finishers, Nguyen and Guerra will face off in the November general election.

Maintaining third place is the late Eric Rigard with 27 percent. Finishing fourth is Democrats Rev. Tecoy Porter and Bennie Thomkins with eight and four percent, respectively.  

As of this posting, no statements on today's results have been issued by Guerra or Nguyen campaigns'. 

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