Jennifer Drake and incumbent Dawn Densmore still appear in good shape in the Dysart Unified School District Governing Board race.
After more than a week of vote counting, Drake and Densmore, who ran as a team are still the top two vote-getters so far in a four-person race with two slots open.
In the latest batch of votes released Tuesday night, Drake leads all candidates with 26,956 votes, or 30% of the vote.
Densmore was right behind with 23,803 votes, or 26%.
William Coniam and Tina Mollica, who also ran together as a team, are currently third and fourth, respectively.
Coniam has 20,096 votes, or 22%, while Mollica has 19,121 votes, or 21%.
Densmore was running for a second term, while Drake was looking to replace Traci Sawyer-Sinkbeil, whose term ends in December.
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