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Gordo Still Ahead in Latest Vote Update

Williams increases District 2 lead; Masuda still way out front; Madison stays above 50 percent

Published on Thursday, March 5, 2020 | 4:40 pm

[Updated] According to the latest update from the County Registrar’s office, District 5 Councilman Victor Gordo still leads Mayor Terry Tornek in the mayor’s race.

Gordo’s percentage of the vote dipped to 46.14 according to numbers released at 4 p.m. Tornek’s percentage ticked up to 41.77 percent. Gordo now has 11,935 votes and Tornek has 10,804.

Major Williams and Jason Hardin remain below 10 percent, with 8.28 percent, (2,167 votes) and 3.72 percent (962) respectively.

Since no one attained more than 50 percent of the vote, Gordo and Tornek are headed to a runoff election in November.

Gordo declared victory in the primary election on Thursday afternoon.

“Let me first begin by saying thank you to each of you individually and all of you collectively for working so hard for our campaign and the people of Pasadena,” Gordo said. “We are proud to announce a resounding victory.”

In City Council races, challengers are running out of time and votes.

Candidate Felicia Williams’ lead increased in the District 2 race.

Williams crossed the 52 percent mark with 52.09 percent of the vote (1,890 votes). Her opponent Tricia Keane still is below 30 percent with 26.07 percent (946).

Bo Patatian has 13.15 percent (477) of the vote and Kevin Litwin trails with 8.68 percent (315 votes).

Gene Masuda continues to outpace his opponents in the District 4 race.

Thursday afternoon it was reported that Masuda holds 59.76 percent of the lead (2,912 votes). Char Bland has 18.28 percent (891). Joe Baghdadlian has 15.72 percent (766), and Kevin Wheeler has 6.24 percent (304 votes).

Bland congratulated Masuda on Thursday.

“Although the results are not what we were hoping for, my dedication to serving the community is far from over,” Bland said. “I am truly thankful to have learned so much throughout this process, and I look forward to continuing my involvement in the issues that face our city. I will always be proud to consider District 4 residents as family and the city of Pasadena as neighbors. Congratulations Councilman Masuda.”

In the District 6 election, Steve Madison continues to dodge a runoff election with 53.10 percent (2,640 votes). Tamerlin Goley inched closer to 40 percent with 39.10 percent (1,944) of the vote. Ryan Bell has 7.80 percent, or 388 votes.

On Thursday, Pasadena Now reported that all ballots received by Los Angeles County cast on and before Election Day, including votes recorded at vote centers, have been counted.

“All the standard ballots have been counted,” said Mike Sanchez, public information officer. “Everything received before Election Day, including every ballot submitted at a machine on Election Day, has been counted.”

Half a million mail in and provisional ballots from across the county have not been counted. It is not known how many are from the Pasadena area.

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