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San Ramon voters re-elect mayor, 2 councilmen

Wilson, Hudson, Livingstone coast to easy victories

San Ramon voters have reelected Mayor Abram Wilson and City Councilmen David Hudson and Jim Livingstone.

With all 11 precincts reported, Hudson received 4,923 votes, or 37.91 percent of the votes cast, and Livingstone received 4,191 votes, or 32.27 percent.

Trailing were Jim Brady, with 2,348 votes, or 18.08 percent, and Doug Burr with 1,470 votes, or 11.32 percent.

Wilson, who ran unopposed, received 6,276 votes, or 95.8 percent of the votes cast.

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