Smith, 36, who relocated from Connecticut four years ago and has served on the Redwood City Planning Commission since 2018, racked up 1,316 votes, 100% of those cast, according to the unofficial returns Wednesday.Aiming to join Smith on the council in the new District 3 seat was Lissette Espinoza-Garnica, 24, a first-generation queer, nonbinary Chicanx who has lived in Redwood City their entire life.
A graduate of Santa Clara University, where they earned an English degree, Espinoza-Garnica was one of two nonbinary local city council candidates running this fall and would become the first to be elected in the Bay Area.As of Wednesday morning, they were in first place with 39.19% of the vote with a 17-vote lead ahead of the second place.
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