By Irma Widjojo
The race for the three seats in the Benicia Unified School District board was still undecided by the end of Tuesday night.
All three incumbents and the sole challenger received almost equal votes, with incumbent Rosie Switzer leading with about 27.7 percent. Switzer has been on the board for nine years, serving as president for the past two years.
In an interview at about 10 p.m. Tuesday, Switzer said she’s happy with the early numbers. However, she said they don’t mean much yet.
“It’s still early in the night,” she said.
Switzer also said she will be happy with whatever the outcome.