Final Redondo election results: Kaluderovic wins city council seat

Paige Kaluderovic sought public office for the first time in the race for District Three representative. Photo courtesy Kaluderovic campaign

Paige Kaluderovic has won the Redondo Beach District Three city council seat over Candace Allen Nafissi 1,411 votes to 1,330.

Final results were announced at noon Thursday by City Clerk Eleanor Manzano.

In other races, Eugene Solomon prevailed over Matthew Kilroy for city treasurer, 5,351 votes to 4,738; Raymur Flinn was re-elected to the Redondo Unified School District board with 5,847 votes, along with Byung Cho (5,773). Jerome Chang finished with 5,088 votes.

The six city measures on the ballot all passed with comfortable margins. These include Measure CT (retail marijuana tax), CA 1 (city charter amendment for public works contracts), CA 2 (change in city charter language about payments due), CA 3 (gender-neutral language in city charter),  CA 4 (amending the requirement that the mayor sign all contracts) and CA 5 (ranked-choice voting).

For District Three city council, this was Kaluderovic’s first run for public office. Nafissi had previously run for the seat in 2019 and 2015. 

Kaluderovic will succeed Christian Horvath, who has served the past two terms at city hall.

Certification of final election results will go before the city council March 21.


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