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Just two votes separate Sturken, Becker in Redwood City district 2 race

As of late Monday, the countywide voter turnout hovers at 44.7 percent
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District 2 Candidate Chris Sturken

If one ever needs proof that the saying “every vote counts” is true, one need not look further than Redwood City’s district 2 city council race. 

Just shy of two votes, Chris Sturken, planning commissioner and LGBTQ commissioner, has been slowly catching up to his opponent Margaret Becker, chair of the Housing and Human Concerns Committee, who came out on Election Night with a slight lead

As of late Monday, the countywide voter turnout hovers at 44.7 percent. The county elections division has processed 193,336 ballots, with 58,000 more to count. 

The next update will be at 4:30 p.m.

Bay City News contributed to this report. 




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Michelle Iracheta is the editor at the Redwood City Pulse. Her work has appeared in the Houston Chronicle, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, The Seattle Times and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Michelle, a Houston native, is married and has two dogs.
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