Bowcock out, Hanlon in at Three Valleys; Llanusa likely victor in CUSD race

by Mick Rhodes | editor@claremont-courier.com

After a tumultuous campaign, Brian Bowcock’s 19-year run as the Division III Board Member for Three Valleys Municipal Water District is over. Challenger and political newcomer Jeff Hanlon is the winner of that race.

Though the results aren’t yet final, Hanlon, with 51.4% of the 15,296 votes counted thus far, has defeated Bowcock, who has netted 33.4% of the ballots. Javier Aguilar is in third place with 15.2%.

Political newcomer Jeff Hanlon has unseated 19-year Three Valleys Municipal Water District Board Member Brian Bowcock. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo

Hanlon was leading by 2,011 votes late Tuesday and increased his margin by 287 overnight. The count was 6,865 for Hanlon to Bowcock’s 5,107 as of 4:23 p.m. Thursday, when Los Angeles County last updated the totals for that race prior to press time.

Results are updated at results.lavote.gov, type “water districts” in the contest search bar and scroll down to the Three Valleys race.

Claremont Unified School District Board of Education President and Trustee Area 4 candidate Steven Llanusa’s lead over opponent Aaron Peterson shrunk overnight Tuesday, from 150 votes to just 71, but when the count was updated Thursday afternoon, the incumbent had stretched that margin to 152.

As of 4:23 p.m. Thursday — the most recent tallies offered by Los Angeles County at press time — Llanusa was up 1,218 to 1,066.

Results are updated at results.lavote.gov, type “schools” in the contest search bar and scroll down to the CUSD race.

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