Tustin’s early election night results showed leads for incumbent Letitia Clark, Rebecca “Beckie” Gomez, and Ryan Gallagher.
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The winners of the election will oversee the city’s key issues regarding the COVID-19 pandemic response, the local economy, and policing.
The early results showed:
Letitia Clark, the current mayor pro tem, is leading, followed by Rebecca “Beckie” Gomez, and Ryan Gallagher.
Lee Fink trails closely behind Gallagher for the third seat.
Fink led in fundraising with $71,457. Clark raised $53,055 in fundraising , Gomez with $14,039, and Gallagher with $4,800.
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Read more about this race: Nine Competing to Fill Three Tustin City Council Seats.
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