Michelle Steel will go up against fellow Republican Allan Mansoor in November for the 2nd District supervisorial seat; and Lisa Bartlett and Robert Ming will battle for the 5th District seat.
With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Steel garnered 24,704, or 46.6 percent, of votes cast. Fellow Republican Mansoor collected 12,441 votes, or 23.5 percent of the total.
Democrat Jim Moreno finished third with 11,386 votes or 21.5 percent. Republican Joe Carchio finished fourth with 4,444 or 8.4 percent.
In the entirely Republican 5th District field, Robert Ming will go up against Lisa Bartlett in November.
Ming won 14,824 votes, or 29.4 percent; while Bartlett garnered 14,591, or 29 percent. Frank Ury was third with 11,902, or 23.6 percent; and Joe Williams was fourth, with 9,054 votes, or 18 percent.
In other countywide races: Eric Woolery won the race for Auditor-Controller, with 56.6 percent; and incumbent Hugh Nguyen won the race for Clerk-Recorder with 60.1 percent of the vote.
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