Two incumbents and one newcomer were elected to the governing board for the San Gorgonio Memorial Healthcare District.

Incumbent Lynn Baldi, and appointee Georgia Sobiech have been returned to their seats, and newcomer Phillip Capobianco, who garnered the highest percentage of votes between all three candidates, has been elected.

The three were elected from a field of nine qualified candidates.

Baldi and Sobiech, along with Andrew Gardner, were endorsed by the Record Gazette.

Sandra Gutknecht, who had officially dropped out of the race, still captured 13 percent of votes.

The official results as of Wednesday morning: Phillip Capopianco, 17.31 percent; Lynn Baldi, 16 percent; Georgia Sobiech, 15.15 percent; Lanny Swerdlow, 14.67 percent; Sandra Gutknecht, 13.24 percent; Lyndon Taylor, 12.09 percent; Andrew Gardner, 9.52 percent; and John Kalani, 2.03 percent.

Staff Writer David James Heiss may be reached at , or by calling (951) 849-4586 x114.


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