With 50,000 ballots processed on Friday, former Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer remains in the lead in Fresno’s Mayor’s race and is above the 50 percent threshold to avoid a run-off in November.
Dyer took a 2 percent haircut on his margin of victory between Election Day and Friday. His nearest competitor, Fresno Prosecutor Andrew Janz, picked up approximately three points on the update.
Here’s a full look at the Fresno Mayor’s race.
|Floyd Harris, Jr.||1,927||2.31%|
In Fresno’s hotly-contested City Council race, Fresno City Council assistant Tyler Maxwell added 174 votes to his margin over community relations director Nathan Alonzo.
Fresno County Clerk Brandi Orth announced that her office has approximately 33,000 ballots left to be counted. Of that batch, 2,000 are provisional ballots.
This story will be updated.