Hemet City Council elections: Meyer, Lilienthal, Males show leads

A voter turns in a Riverside County ballot. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Hemet voters turned out Nov. 3 to cast their votes for three open district seats on the Hemet City Council. Returns Thursday evening were unchanged from early Wednesday. Returns posted from the Riverside County Registrar of Voters’ office showed the vote leader in the city’s District 1 race Wednesday morning is the incumbent Karlee Meyer with a total of 712 votes. Candidate Kenneth Prado, a local businessman, gained 503 votes, Deni Antionett Mazingo earned 417 votes and Norman Kyris, a local Realtor, won 374 votes. In District 3, Malcolm Lilienthal was also leading at 12:30 a.m. 1,394 votes, followed by the incumbent Michael Perciful with 1,299 votes cast. Voters in District 4 showed Joe Males ahead with 2,098 votes, followed by Miguel Madrid with 1,193 votes and Shinde V. Mishwaji
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