Election Results: Elk Grove City Council and Mayoral Race
Results from the midterm elections continued to tally over the Veteran’s Day weekend, but as of late the numbers clearly represent who the voters decided on.
Mayor of Elk Grove
Current Mayor of Elk Grove, Bobbie Singh-Allen won a second two-year term for the mayoral seat. She dominated the polls winning 65% of the vote (16,547) against Brian Pastor who brought in 35% of the vote (8,911), according to latest data.
Following the 8 P.M. shutdown at the voting polls, Singh-Allen hosted a watch party in Historic Elk Grove’s Old Town Plaza at Dust Bowl Brewing Co. In a heartfelt statement, she credited Congressman Ami Bera for his mentorship, and challenging her in a “call to service” to run for Mayor back in 2019. “If not you, then who?” she recalled him saying.
“I’m just so proud and honored that I get to serve another two years for the city that I love so much,” said Singh-Allen.
“I’ve lived here 30 years, and to be able to be the mayor of the seventh most diverse city in the United States is such an honor and a privilege”-Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen
Elk Grove City Council
Moreover, Rod Brewer, director at Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) won 43.45% of the vote (2,950) for the District 2 seat on the Elk Grove City Council against Felipe Martin representing 30.89% (2,097) of the vote, and Michelle Kile with 25.66% (1,742) of the vote. Brewer will succeed Council-member Pat Hume.
Additionally, Elk Grove Planning Commissioner, Sergio Robles won by a landslide against Giezi Bermuda by gaining 71.72% of the vote (3,564) for the District 4 seat, while Bermuda represented 28.28% of the vote (1,405). Robles will succeed Council-member Stephanie Nguyen.
“I am so thankful for each and every one of you here,” Robles said at an election night event held at Buffalo Wild Wings. “This campaign is all about one word – people.”
Stay tuned for more election coverage.