In the race for the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors, Bob Elliott is leading Rhodesia R. Ransom 8,807 votes (56 percent) to 6,879 (44 percent).
Two candidates have jumped out to an early lead in the race for two open seats on the Tracy City Council.
Michael Maciel leads the five-candidate group with 4,063 votes (27 percent), followed closely by Nancy D. Young, who has 4,051 votes (27 percent). Ray Morales has recorded 2,555 votes (17 percent); Charles Manne has 2,414 votes (16 percent); and Roger Birdsall has tallied 2,124 votes (14 percent).
At the state level, President Barack Obama is leading Mitt Romney with 54.6 percent of the vote. Twelve percent of precincts are reporting. Nationally, Obama leads Romney in the electoral vote count, 274-200. They each have 49 percent of the popular vote.
Bill Berryhill (R) has tallied 46,343 votes (51 percent) and leads Democrat Cathleen Galgiani with 44,431 (49 percent) in the race for the state Senate 5th District.
The race to represent the 9th Congressional District is being led by Democrat Jerry McNerney with 32,292 votes (50.4 percent). His challenger, Republican Ricky Gill, has 31,894 votes (49.6 percent). The district includes Mountain House and the portion of Tracy north of Interstate 205.
Rep. Jeff Denham (R) is leading Democrat Jose Hernandez, 13,891 votes (53 percent) to 12,207 (47 percent), in the race for the 10th Congressional District, which includes most of Tracy.
Stockton City Councilwoman Susan T. Eggman (D) has a commanding lead over Republican K. “Jeffrey” Jafri, 32,845 votes (62 percent) to 20,142 (38 percent), for the seat of the 13th Assembly District.
Tracy Mayor Brent Ives will retain his position, having run unopposed in this election. He has received 8,019 votes. There were 401 write-in votes.
Keep checking the Tracy Press for updated results every hour beginning at 8:30 p.m., or as new results become available.