Democrats representing Sonoma County in state Legislature heading for re-election
Four Democratic incumbents were sailing to re-election to the state Legislature on Tuesday night, including two who were running against members of their own party.
State Sen. Mike McGuire of Healdsburg, making a bid for a second term, had 71 percent of the vote in the 2nd Senate District. His Democratic opponent, Veronica Jacobi, had ?29 percent.
Democrat Jim Wood of Santa Rosa, seeking his third term representing the 2nd Assembly District, had received 69 percent of the vote, comfortably ahead of Republican Matt Heath of Santa Rosa with 31 percent.
In the 10th Assembly District, Democrat Marc Levine of Marin County, with 73 percent of the early vote, was ahead of Democratic challenger Dan Monte of San Anselmo with 27 percent.
In the 4th Assembly District, Democrat Cecilia Aguiar-Curry topped her Libertarian Party challenger Brandon Nelson with 74 percent of the early vote.
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