Supervisor’s Race is Too Close to Call

State Senator Lou Correra in the VIP suite with his LiberalOC sticker (c)2009, TheLiberalOC.com

State Senator Lou Correra in the VIP suite with his LiberalOC sticker (c)2009, TheLiberalOC.com

Two votes.  That’s what separates former state senator Lou Correa from Andrew Do in the race to replace Do’s boss, Janet Nguyen, in the first district supervisor’s race.

County Supervisor First District, Short Term
Completed Precincts: 101 of 101

 

Vote Count Percentage
ANDREW DO 16,202 39.0%
LOU CORREA 16,200 39.0%
CHRIS PHAN 6,765 16.3%
CHUYEN VAN NGUYEN 1,620 3.9%
LUPE MORFIN-MORENO 734 1.8%

There are still a significant number of absentee ballots remaining to be counted and there will be a lot bearing yesterday’s postmark that will be counted.

It certainly appears that Vietnamese Democrats in Little Saigon stuck with Lou.  We’ll continue tracking the results until a winner is declared.

  2 comments for “Supervisor’s Race is Too Close to Call

  1. Danny Khe Sanh
    January 28, 2015 at 1:27 pm

    exciting!

  2. cynthia curran
    February 2, 2015 at 7:47 am

    Well, I think lots of areas of OC are purplish and Asians not Hispanics are the real swing vote for either party in OC. In fact I predict more of the county will looked like this district in 15 years. The governor of Nevada came out for tax increases which means the republican Party will looked different 10 years from now as minorities enter it.

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