The ballots are counted, and unofficial final results from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters show that Newark's next mayor will be current councilman and that two council seats are to be filled by incumbent , a Newark business owner.
Both the mayoral and city council race were won by a more than 10 percent margin.
Nagy won the most votes, with councilwoman earning 32.45 percent of the votes and Newark Unified Board of Education Vice President with 21.35 percent of the vote.
In the city council race, won the most votes (32.94 percent) with following her (32.32 percent). Council candidate trailed behind the pair with 15.39 percent.
Council candidates and Rick Bensco received 10.63 percent and 8.72 percent of the votes, respectively.
Also on the ballot was a school bond measure that gained just enough of a percentage of votes cast to pass: 55.77 percent. Measure G will require property owners to contribute to a $63 million bond that will help pay for facilities upgrades throughout the
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