Final Claremont election numbers

Mayor Jed Leano greets a supporter during a Election Night Party at Sanctuary Coffee in Claremont . Early results indicate Leano will easily be reelected to his seat on the Claremont City Council. COURIER/photo Steven Felschundneff

Here are the updated results of the November 8 general election from the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder:

Claremont City Council: in District 2, incumbent Ed Reece (1,298 votes) narrowly defeated challenger Peter Yao (1,109). District 3 incumbent Jennifer Stark (1,627) easily defeated challenger Maura Carter (502). Incumbent Jed Leano (1,770) held off challenger Aundré Johnson (1,303) in District 4.

Claremont Unified School District Board of Education: incumbent Steven Llanusa (1,960) defeated challenger Aaron Peterson (1,644) in Trustee Area 4. Kathryn Dunn ran unopposed in Trustee Area 1 as did Richard O’Neill in Trustee Area 3.

In the race for the District III seat on Three Valleys Municipal Water District’s Board of Directors, challenger and political newcomer Jeff Hanlon (12,811) handily defeated 19-year incumbent Brian Bowcock (7,694) and challenger Javier Aguilar (3,787).

Measure CT, which allows the Claremont City Council to impose a tax on marijuana sales and manufacturing should cannabis businesses open in the city, passed 8,281 to 5,303.

On Friday, December 16, the secretary of state will certify California’s 2022 general election. To view official results, visit



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