Fletcher fends off op­po­si­tion chal­lengers

Marysville Appeal-Democrat - - LOCAL -

In­cum­bent Randy Fletcher held a lead through­out the night over chal­lenger Al­ton Wright and write-in can­di­date John Mistler for Yuba County su­per­vi­sors' Dis­trict 5 seat.

With six of 12 precincts re­port­ing, Fletcher had re­ceived 1,170 votes, or 48 per­cent of the to­tal. Wright came in with 35 per­cent of the vote, while writeins re­ceived 17 per­cent. None of the can­di­dates could be reached.

– Jake Ab­bott

ar­eas.

The in­tent of the mea­sure is to raise funds for pub­lic safety func­tions through­out the county and to help with eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment. The in­crease would be for 10 years and is es­ti­mated to gen­er­ate ap­prox­i­mately $4.3 mil­lion an­nu­ally.

With the ma­jor­ity of precincts re­port­ing, those in fa­vor of Mea­sure K out­num­bered those against. The yes vote had re­ceived 52 per­cent of the vote. How­ever, it was still close with less than 200 votes sep­a­rat­ing the two.

Mea­sure J – the Marysville Joint Uni­fied School Dis­trict Bond Mea­sure – was in­tended to help the school dis­trict re­pair and im­prove its ag­ing in­fra­struc­ture. If ap­proved, it would al­low the dis­trict to is­sue $74 mil­lion in bonds to carry out the work.

With 15 of 26 precincts re­port­ing, Mea­sure J looked to be headed for de­feat with a no vote re­ceiv­ing 53 per­cent of the tally.

– Jake Ab­bott

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