Election 2014: Wong, Callicrate for IVGID; Allen edges Kuzanek for sheriff
7:30 a.m. UPDATE:
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Kendra Wong and Tim Calicrate will be the newest members of the Incline Village General Improvement District board of trustees, according to unofficial election results from Washoe County.
Meanwhile, Chuck Allen has defeated Tim Kuzanek in the Washoe County Sheriff’s race by less than 1 percent, a difference of just 820 votes.
Final Washoe County results weren’t known until about 3 a.m. According to media reports, a glitch in the county’s counting of absentee ballots held up final numbers.
According to Washoe County’s unofficial final tally, of 225,345 registered voters, 116,294 cast ballots this year (51.61 percent voter turnout) — with 51,908 voting early, and 54,161 on Election Day. Precinct by precinct numbers are not yet available.
Below are results for the top three Incline-centric races and the county assessor race, according to unofficial numbers from the Nevada Secretary of State office for Washoe County.
Precinct numbers are not yet available. According to the county, a precinct-by-precinct report will be released following the Board of County Commissioners Canvass of the election, which will take place Nov. 12. At that point, election results will become “Final and Official.”
Incline Village General Improvement District board of trustees (vote for two)
Kendra Wong: 1,849, 29.89%
Tim Callicrate: 1,778, 28.74%
Shelia Leijon: 1,661, 26.85%
Robert Olmer: 898, 14.52%
Washoe County Sheriff (vote for one)
Chuck Allen: 54,472, 50.38%
Tim Kuzanek: 53,652, 49.62%
North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District board of directors (vote for two)
Dennis Perry: 1,774, 35.63%
Jeff Warner (incumbent): 1,688, 33.90%
Susan Herron: 1,517, 30.47%
Washoe County Assessor (vote for one)
Michael Clark, R: 50,737, 52.72%
Josh Wilson, R (incumbent): 45,493, 47.28%
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