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Election 2020: Complete coverage of the Tiburon Peninsula ballot

Belvedere City Council: Belvedere voters have chosen incumbent Nancy Kemnitzer and newcomers Steve Block and James Lynch in a four-way race to fill three seats. // Reed Union School District: Voters have elected incumbent Liz Webb and newcomer Jacqueline Jaffee to four-year terms on the district’s board of trustees. // Measure M: The Tamalpais Union High School District’s proposed nine-year parcel-tax renewal earned a resounding victory in the Nov. 3 election, guaranteeing a critical source of revenue for the district through 2029. // Tamalpais Union High School District: Incumbents Leslie Harlander and Karen Loebbaka have come out on top in the five-way race for two seats on the Tamalpais Union High School District board of trustees. // U.S. President: Peninsula partisans discuss the presidential vote and the road ahead. // Also on the ballot: Tiburon Peninsula and Marin County voters broke with the rest of Californians on nearly half the state ballot propositions, supporting failing initiatives on commercial property taxes, restoring affirmative action, giving limited voting rights to 17-year-olds and ending cash bail while rejecting a winning initiative to classify app-based drivers as independent contractors. (Elliot Karlan photo / For The Ark)

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