Elections 2016

June 6, 2014 2:45 PM

Jennings maintains majority of votes in Sacramento City Council race in updated vote count

Nonprofit executive director Rick Jennings was still hovering above 50 percent of the vote in the City Council race in the Pocket, Greenhaven and Valley Hi neighborhoods in updated results Friday. However, with potentially hundreds more ballots left to count, it was still too early to determine whether he would maintain a majority and avoid a run-off in November with former city fire chief Julius Cherry.

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