Treser Osgood, Nemer and Llanusa take school board election
With all precincts reporting, results from the Claremont Unified School District Board of Education election put Nancy Treser Osgood, David Nemer and incumbant Steven Llanusa as frontrunners.
Ms. Treser Osgood got 29 percent of the vote, leading the candidates with 2,735 votes. Mr. Nemer followed with 2,018 votes or 21.4 percent and Mr. Llanusa garnered 1,904 votes at 20.2 percent. Challengers Paul Steffen trailed with 1,494 votes or 15.85 percent with Joe Salas settling in at 13.5 percent with 1,277 votes.
The COURIER will have more on the election later today.