Tuesday's primary election for the District 22 California Assembly seat lacks some drama: seeing as there are only two candidates, they will both continue to the general election November ballot.
Still, Tuesday matchup is an important measure of the state of the race, pitting South San Francisco City Councilmember Kevin Mullin, a Democrat, against Redwood City businessman Mark Gilham, a Republican.
District 22 represents most of South San Francisco as well as Pacifica, San Bruno, Millbrae, Burlingame, Hillsborough, San Mateo, Belmont, Foster City, San Carlos and Redwood City.
With all precincts reporting, Mullin has shown a commanding lead in this race, garnering 68 percent of the vote.
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Two to be elected.
Precincts reporting: 314 of 314.District 22 Assembly Candidate Votes By Mail Early Voting Election Day Grand Total Kevin Mullin (68.23%) 27,748 254
11,413 39,415 Mark Gilham (31.77%) 12,870 134 5,346