Education reformer Marshall Tuck appears to have won his second bid for California’s state sup

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Nov 8, 1:00 AM

Education reformer Marshall Tuck appears to have won his second bid for California’s state superintendent of schools

By midday Wednesday, 100 percent of precincts were reporting and results remained unofficial pending the counting of provisional and mail-in ballots. State Assemblyman Tony Thurmond had not yet conceded. Tuck had 50.7 percent of the vote, barely a percentage point over Thurmond’s 49.3 percent. Only about 86,000 votes separated them, out of about 6 million ballots cast.

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