Political newcomer Shana Hazan obtained widespread help for her marketing campaign and on the polls early Tuesday evening for election to the San Diego Unified College District board in District B.
Hazan had a commanding lead over Godwin Higa with 52.3% of the vote to 24.8% for the district encompassing northeastern San Diego, in keeping with the county Registrar of Voters web site.
She is a former trainer and nonprofit government who serves on the California First 5 Fee.
Born and raised in San Diego, Hazan is a fourth-generation San Diego Unified scholar, graduating from Scripps Ranch Excessive College. Hazan and her husband Marc stay in Kensington the place they’re elevating two daughters, the older of whom attends their neighborhood faculty.
The race was tighter in District C, the place Cody Petterson was forward of Becca Williams with 45.5% of the vote to 31.8%.
Petterson is from La Jolla and a coverage adviser for county Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer.
The highest two vote-getters for every district race advance to the November election. That is the primary yr that each the first and common elections for San Diego Unified are district-only.
Up to date at 11:21 p.m. June 7, 2022