LOMPOC — Jenelle Osborne has been re-elected for her third term as Lompoc mayor.
Prior to being elected mayor in 2018, she served on the Lompoc City Council since 2016.
Ms. Osborne received 53.87% of the vote with 2,821 votes in the general election. Her challenger James Mosby received 45.41% of the vote with 2,378 votes.
Incumbent Victor Vega, who ran unopposed for the District 2 city council seat, received 95.45% of the vote with 609 votes.
Incumbent Dirk Starbuck, who ran unopposed for the District 3 council seat, received 96.14% of the vote with 1,071 votes.
The numbers reflect both mailed-in ballots and votes cast at the polls on Tuesday. They’re part of the “semi-official results” released by the Santa Barbara County Elections Office.
— Katherine Zehnder