DUBLIN -- David Haubert and incumbent Kevin Hart won the race for two Dublin City Council seats Tuesday.
With all precincts reporting, Haubert, a Dublin school board member, topped a field of six candidates by garnering support from 31 percent of voters.
Hart finished second with nearly 28 percent.
The next candidate, Doreen Wehrenberg, had less than 16 percent, while Anita Carr had 14 percent, according to unofficial election results from Alameda County.
Those percentages could change because Alameda County still has many mail-in ballots to count.
Further back were Shawn Costello and Shehu Hassan.
Two council spots are on the ballot because Councilwoman Kasey Hildenbrand is being termed out.
No challengers stepped forward to compete with Dublin Mayor Tim Sbranti for the mayor's post.
Hart, a former Dublin School board member, has served one term on the council.
Haubert is running for the council after serving 10 years on the Dublin school board.
Wehrenberg, a construction projects manager for Kaiser Permanente, is a Dublin Planning Commission member.
Carr, a retired business executive, is a member of the city's Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission.
Hassan is an executive recruiter.
Costello, who is unemployed, said this is his 10th try for a City Council seat. He has been an advocate for the disabled.
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