Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education write-in candidate Noah Margo has at least 1,174 votes, according to a press release by the Los Angeles Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office.
The latest results are as follows:
Brian Goldberg—2,170 votes
Noah Margo—1,174 votes
Lewis Hall—966 votes
Frances Bilak—899 votes
Andy Licht—746 votes
With that vote tally, Margo would take second place behind incumbent Brian Goldberg, who has a commanding lead in the polls. As Patch reported earlier, the latest ballot count also puts .
The four candidates are each vying for one of three available seats on the BHUSD school board. Andy Licht dropped out of the race before election day, though not in time to get his name removed from the ballot.
Under California law, officials have 28 days following an election to conduct a canvass of vote-by-mail, provisional, damaged and write-in ballots. County Clerk spokeswoman Eileen Shea told Patch that the office expects to have the official election results early Monday evening.