While the race for the Granada Community Services District board of directors is still neck and neck, there has been a change since the Review’s last update.

After overtaking Nancy Reed Marsh last week for the third — and final — open board seat, candidate David Michael Seaton has since fallen back to fourth place. Marsh surpassed Seaton by only 4 votes as of press time.

Incumbent Barbara Dye and challenger Eric Suchomel remained in first and second place with 27.7 and 26.7 percent of the vote, respectively.

All other Coastside election results have remained steady since Monday afternoon’s latest update. Current Half Moon Bay Mayor Deborah Penrose is still leading in the Half Moon Bay City Council race with 27.8 percent of the votes, Half Moon Bay City Council incumbent and former mayor Debbie Ruddock is holding on to the second available seat with 26 percent of the votes, and Robert Brownstone is still on track to secure the third open council position with 18.9 percent of the votes.

The same front runners — newcomers Lizet Cortes and Monica Resindez — are still leading the Cabrillo Unified and the La Honda-Pescadero Unified School District races, respectively. The cannabis nursery start ordinance in Half Moon Bay is still passing with a narrow margin of 51.8 percent or 147 votes.

Due to an editing error, a previous version of this article incorrectly stated the difference in votes between GCSD candidates Nancy Marsh and David Seaton that were available at press time. In addition, the results have since been updated and show that Seaton has since overtaken Marsh again as of Wednesday morning. 

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