The district election had 463 people vote at two precincts.
“It’s now the time for this community to wake up and have the services that they deserve,” Valdez-Belmonte said.
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Tony Sandoval came in with 90 votes, or 19.44 percent, and Patsy Becerra had 56 votes, or 12.1 percent.
Incumbents Martha Soto and Richard B. Silva had the least votes with Soto bringing in 55 votes, or 11.88 percent and Silva bringing in 38 votes, or 8.21 percent.
Terms for board seats are four years.
There are some mail-in and provisional ballots still to be counted.