Six candidates are vying for three seats on Healdsburg City Council in Tuesday's elections. By the end of election night, it looks like those three seats will go to newcomer Shaun McCaffery and incumbents Tom Chambers and Gary Plass.
See commentary from the winning and losing candidates in this story.
In addition, Healdsburg helped elect a Sonoma County Board of Education trustee from the North Sonoma County District, Area 4. Three candidates are running, with Lisa Wittke Schaffner winning the race.
Healdsburg voters decided to approve , by a comfortable margin
Voters in Healdsburg also approved Measure W, which continues the city's urban growth boundary. The boundary continuation has the unanimous support of city leaders, who said that it has helped greatly to avoid urban sprawl.
Healdsburg voters also weighed in on 2nd District congressional race and the 2nd District State Assembly race. Sonoma County voting results for these races are posted and updated in this Patch article.
Date of the article reflects latest update time, results as of 2:22 a.m. Wednesday morning. They are complete precinct results, with only late mail-in and provisional ballots to be added.
For results from the U.S. Presidential race, the 11 California statewide propositions and all state results, see our Patch regional, statewide and federal election articles posted today.
For individual elections stories, see our Healdsburg Patch Elections 2012 Guide.
Healdsburg Vote For: 3 Completed Precincts: 5 of 5
Vote Count Percentage Shaun F McCaffery 2,648 25.1% Tom Chambers 2,502 23.7% Gary W Plass 2,409 22.8% Tim Meinken 1,185 11.2% Vernon P Simmons 1,174 11.1% Dennis J Brown 637 6.0% Write-in candidate(s) 9 0.1% Sonoma County Board of
Education Area 4 Completed Precincts: 93 of 93
Vote Count Percentage Lisa Wittke Schaffner 12,254 45.2% Ronald McEwan 8,706 32.1% Cheryl Scholar 5,979 22.0% Write-in candidate(s) 197 0.7%
Transactions and Use Tax
Vote Count Percentage Yes 2,413 55.4% No 1,943 44.6%
Urban Growth Boundary Completed Precincts: 5 of 5
Vote Count Percentage Yes 3,246 75.6% No 1,050 24.4%