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ELECTIONS UPDATE: McPeck, Kohlmeier, Waner Re-Elected

Incumbents Ron McPeck, Pat Kohlmeier and Neal Waner finished ahead of challengers Victoria Todd and Ensen Mason.

Update 12:09 p.m. With 100 percent of precincts reporting Wednesday, incumbents Ron McPeck, Pat Kohlmeier and Neal Waner have secured re-election to the Redlands Unified School District.

McPeck finished with 15,645 votes or 24.57 percent, Kohlmeier finished with 14,921 votes or 23.43 percent, and Waner finished with 13,162 votes or 20.67 percent, according to unofficial San Bernardino County registrar results.

Challengers Victoria Todd and Ensen Mason finished with 10,813 votes or 16.98 percent, and 9,132 votes or 14.34 percent, respectively.

Posted 1:39 a.m. Three incumbents were leading early Wednesday in their bids for re-election to the Redlands Unified School District board, according to unofficial San Bernardino County registrar results.

Ron McPeck, Pat Kohlmeier and Neal Waner were leading challengers Victoria Todd and Ensen Mason.

With 61 percent of precincts reporting, McPeck led with 15,353 votes, 24.55 percent, Kohlmeier had 14,689, 23.49 percent, and Waner as 12,953, 20.71 percent, according to the registrar.

Todd had 10,575 votes, 16.91 percent, and Mason had 8,967, 14.34 percent.

For more information visit www.sbcountyelections.com.

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