Rod Brewer projected winner of Elk Grove City Council District 2

Elk Grove City Councilmember-elect Rod Brewer. | 

Based on the recent tallies released this afternoon and uncounted votes, Rod Brewer is the projected winner in Elk Grove City Council District 2.

The tallies released late this afternoon show Brewer with 43 percent with 2,950 votes. The other two candidates, Felipe Martin, had 30 percent with 2,097 votes, and Michelle Kile earned 25 percent with 1,742 votes.

Brewer, a three-term incumbent with the Cosumnes Community Services District, was endorsed by the Democratic Party of Sacramento. Martin was supported by Elk Grove City Council members Darren Suen, Stephanie Nguyen, and Sacramento County Sheriff-elect Jim Cooper. Kile received the endorsement of the Sacramento County Republican Party.

When Brewer takes his oath next month, he will replace Elk Grove's longest-serving city council member in the city's history, Pat Hume, who was elected in 2006.  

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