Former trustee Thomas McLaughlin and Incumbent Chuck Rogge will return to serve on the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District Board of Education, according to unofficial results from the Alameda County registrar.
The school board race was for two open seats — both four-year terms.
With all 85 precincts reporting, McLaughlin was the leading vote-getter and garnered 31 percent of the vote.
McLaughlin is a former school board member who unsuccessfully ran for election in 2010. He was closely followed by Rogge, who received 29 percent of the vote.
Rogge was first elected onto the board in 2008.
Belia Martinez, who was appointed to the board in January to fill a vacancy when Stu Gary was elected to serve on the city council, fell short in her bid to return to the board. She took home 23 percent of the vote.
David Jonas, who works as a importer/distributor, is a former educator. He finished with 15 percent of the vote.
View full results and other Livermore Patch election coverage here.