ASSEMBLYWOMAN ALYSON HUBER, center, watches election night results with supporters in Rancho Cordova. Courtesy photo

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Huber coasts to victory in Assembly District 10

By November 3, 2010

ASSEMBLYWOMAN ALYSON HUBER, center, watches election night results with supporters in Rancho Cordova. Courtesy photo

El Dorado Hills Democratic Assemblywoman Alyson Huber jumped out to a quick lead in her District 10 race Tuesday night and coasted to victory with 51 percent of the vote.

Republican challenger Jack Sieglock garnered 43.5 percent as of mid-morning Wednesday.

Huber gathered with supporters at Chevy’s in Gold River to watch the results roll in.

“I am honored and humbled that the residents of the 10th Assembly district support my efforts to fight for jobs in the district, reduce waste in government and increase transparency and efficiency,” said Huber in a prepared statement. “I look forward to getting the Sunset Review Committee up and running and changing the way the state does business. Working with my colleagues from both sides of the aisle we can make a difference, hold our government accountable and get California back on the right track.”

Perennial Libertarian candidate Janice Bonser took 3.4 percent of the vote. Peace and Freedom candidate Albert Troyer came in fourth with 2.1 percent.

In El Dorado Hills Sieglock was leading Huber by 2,400 votes early Wednesday. El Dorado County still has an estimated 17,000 mail and provisional ballots to be counted though it’s unclear how many ballots from El Dorado Hills, the only portion of El Dorado County in Assembly District 10, remain.

Mike Roberts

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