Democrat Increases Lead in Race for Second for Insurance Commissioner

Democratic Assemblyman Marc Levine is 9,919 votes ahead of Republican Robert Howell Wednesday in the race for the second spot on the November ballot for insurance commissioner, after adding 5,438 votes to his lead in the latest count.

Levine was in third entering Monday’s count, 1,472 votes behind Howell. Levine moved into second Monday, taking a 4,481-vote lead over Howell, a cybersecurity equipment manufacturer. Howell led by 28,908 votes entering Friday’s vote count, 25,401 entering Thursday’s and 13,692 votes entering last Wednesday’s.

Levine, D-San Rafael, has 1,171,080 votes (18.1%) to 1,161,161 (17.9%) for Howell, according to figures released by the Secretary of State’s Office Tuesday. Incumbent Democrat Ricardo Lara leads with 2,340,870 votes (36.2%).



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