LANCASTER – Local voters took to the polls Tuesday, April 10, for the General Municipal Election for the city of Lancaster.
Two incumbents overwhelmingly defeated six challengers in the race for two Council seats, open for the full term of three years and eleven months.
Raj Malhi finished first with a combined total of 3,374 votes, followed by Marvin Crist with 3,264 votes. The nearest challenger was Brian Avery, who took a distant third with a combined total of 722 votes.
The combined precincts and votes by mail totals are below.
- Raj Malhi – 3,374
- Marvin Crist – 3,264
- Brian Avery – 722
- Michael “Mike” Rives – 708
- Liza Rodriguez – 591
- Shannon Perkins – 548
- Shannon Renee McDonald – 501
- Henry Amienor (write-in) – 12
View the detailed 2018 unofficial election results here.