Moore leads Mayes in race for Wildomar’s District 4 seat

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Kate Schwartz, left, is running for the California State Assembly District 75 seat. Incumbent Marie Waldron, right, is running for reelection to the California State Assembly District 75 seat. Valley News/Courtesy photos
Jeff Pack Staff Writer Incumbent Bridgette Moore maintained her lead over Kenneth “Kenny” Mayes to retain her City of Wildomar District 4 City Council seat.  As of 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6, Moore had earned 789 votes with Mayes picking up 355 with 100% of precincts reporting.  Riverside County reported Friday that 381,000 vote-by-mail ballots and 25,000 provisional ballots had yet to be processed throughout the county. Thus, the results are not official or final and the county planned to certify the election on Dec. 11.  So far, 1,224 of 3,673 registered voters had voted in District 4.  Moore has served on the city council since 2008 and is a 22-year resident of the city, former mayor, and currently serves as the chairwoman of the Riverside Transit Agency, is on a s
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