Incumbent Democrat Rep. Jerry McNerney and Republican Ricky Gill will face off in the November election, and both said their No. 1 priority is jump-starting the economy.
With all of the 429 precincts reporting Wednesday afternoon, McNerney led the three candidates with 35,088 votes, or 48.4 percent, and Gill came in second with 28,652 votes, or 39.5 percent. John McDonald, also a Republican, was knocked out of the race after receiving only 8,792 votes, or 12.1 percent.
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