Robert Howell’s lead over Assemblyman Marc Levine had dropped by 18 votes to 4,921 within the race for the second spot on the November poll for insurance coverage commissioner.
Howell, a Republican, moved again into second place this week, overcoming a 123-vote deficit at the beginning of the day.
An estimated 118,134 ballots stay unprocessed from the June 7 main, together with 68,500 from San Diego County, in response to the Secretary of State’s Workplace.
Howell was 31,232 votes forward of Levine when semiofficial outcomes have been launched June 8.
Levine, a San Rafael Democrat, moved into second on June 20, taking a 4,481-vote lead over Howell. He elevated his result in 9,919 votes on the conclusion of the June 21 depend and 13,565 on the conclusion of final Wednesday’s.
Howell, a cybersecurity tools producer, reduce the deficit to 12,224 votes on the conclusion of Thursday’s depend and 480 on the conclusion of Friday’s.
Howell has 1,207,513 votes (18.1%) to 1,202,592 for Levine (18.0%), in response to figures launched by the Secretary of State’s Workplace. Incumbent Democrat Ricardo Lara leads with 2,402,270 votes (35.9%).
The 9 candidates – 4 Democrats, two Republicans, one candidate every from the Inexperienced and Peace and Freedom events and one no celebration desire candidate – have obtained practically 6.7 million votes.
County elections officers should report remaining official outcomes to the state by July 8. Secretary of State Shirley N. Weber will certify the outcomes on July 15.
– Metropolis Information Service