Runoff Likely for District 4

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    Brandi Powell

    After tallying the votes it looks like there will be a runoff in the special election for the San Diego District 4 City Council seat.

    With all precincts reporting, United Domestic Workers union coordinator Myrtle Cole leads with about 33 percent of the vote and Dwayne Crenshaw had 15 percent.

    Runoff Likely for District 4

    [DGO] Runoff Likely for District 4
    San Diego City Council District 4 will have a runoff election after candidates to Myrtle Cole and Dwayne Crenshaw emerged as frontrunners in the special election.

    Because no candidate received the majority needed to win office outright, a runoff will be scheduled in late May or early June.

    Nine candidates were on the ballot and the seat has been vacant since Jan. 2 when Tony Young resigned to head the local Red Cross chapter.

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