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UPDATE: Aguilar Re-Elected, Gilbreath Returns to Redlands City Council

Six candidates were running for two seats on the Redlands Council, and each voter in Redlands was allowed to vote for two.

Update 12:31 p.m. With 100 percent of precincts reporting Wednesday, Redlands Mayor Pete Aguilar has been re-elected to the City Council and former Councilmember Pat Gilbreath will also return.

Aguilar finished with 9,171 votes or 27.24 percent, and Gilbreath finished with 6,651 votes or 19.76 percent, ahead of the nearest challenger, Redlands Tea Party founder Lane Schneider, who finished with 6,174 votes or 18.34 percent, according to San Bernardino County registrar's unofficial results.

Six candidates were running for two seats on the Redlands Council, and each voter in Redlands was allowed to vote for two.

Don Wallace finished with 4,643 votes or 13.79 percent, Mike Saifie finished with 3,439 votes or 10.22 percent, and Michael Layne finished with 2,791 votes or 8.29 percent.

Posted 2:51 a.m. Redlands Mayor Pete Aguilar was out in front in the City Council race, while former Councilmember Pat Gilbreath held a lead over Redlands Tea Party founder Lane Schneider, according to unofficial results early Wednesday.

Six candidates were running for two seats on the Redlands Council, and each voter in Redlands was allowed to vote for two.

With 68 percent of precincts reporting, Aguilar had 9,171 votes, 27.24 percent, Gilbreath had 6,651 votes, 19.76 percent, and Schneider had 6,174 votes, 18.34 percent, the registrar reported shortly before 2 a.m.

At a gathering Tuesday night at his home in east Redlands, Aguilar said he ewas encouraged the results as of 9 p.m.

"I feel good about the results so far but it's far from over and we got some time left," Aguilar said. "We've got some more updates to come but I'm happy about the early results, clearly."

For more information, visit www.sbcountyelections.com.

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SBSWZ November 08, 2012 at 03:15 AM
redlanders want to be taxed and fee'd mo 'n mo.... sugar tax is coming next... oh... it's "for the children" .. bul
Oldprune November 09, 2012 at 04:11 AM
How people except different results from the same people? Pat, why can you give others a chance?
sfcctr November 09, 2012 at 08:52 PM
No she can't ... the likelihood of her giving others an opportunity is the same likelihood as her smiling
Oldprune November 10, 2012 at 12:29 AM
So you rather have her smiles than streets getting fixed, public service resumed and lower utility bills? Pat and you live up on the hills and the rest of us have to put up with it? Redlands is going to look like San Bernardino with this councils. City that works - not working!
SBSWZ November 10, 2012 at 04:09 AM
streets suck...she sux

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