San Gabriel Unified results in, Menchaca, Hu appear to have won seat

With the vote fully counted, incumbent Denise Menchaca and college Professor Philip Hu are appear to have been elected to a seat on the council with about 21 percent of the vote.

The third seat is a little more closely contested: Matthew Stadtler, a field deputy for state Assemblyman John Perez, is in third place with 978 votes, 16.68 percent.

Ken Tcheng, a previous school board member has 945 votes, or 16.12 percent of the total. 

The county generally does not certify results of the race right away, meaning it could still consider provisional ballots that could change the vote totals in the race.

  Also running are  Cynthia Juvinall  and Andrew Lammon, who each won about 12 percent of the vote.

More votes in for San Gabriel school board race, results mostly the same

With about a third of the vote counted, incumbent Denise Menchaca and college Professor Philip Hu are leading the pack.

Hu and Menchaca each have about 23 percent of the vote.

Matthew Stadler, a field deputy for state Assemblyman John Perez, is in third place with about 18 percent of the vote.

With two incumbents not running for reelection, three school board members will be picked.  Also running are Ken Tcheng, who has about 14 percent, Cynthia Juvinall with about 11.5 percent, and Andrew Lammon, with almost 11 percent of the vote.

Three out in front in San Gabriel Unified District race

With just absentee ballots counted, incumbent Denise Menchaca is in second place, with college Professor Philip Hu leading the pack.

Hu has just over 23 percent of the vote, and Menchaca just under 23 percent.

Matthew Stadler, a field deputy for state Assemblyman John Perez, is in third place with about 18 percent of the vote.

With two incumbents not running for reelection, three school board members will be picked.  Also running are Ken Tcheng, who has about 15 percent, Cynthia Juvinall with just over 11 percent, and Andrew Lammon, with just over 10 percent of the vote.