With 60,000 ballots still uncounted Wednesday night in San Francisco, the race for two of four seats on the city's school board remained undecided.
Incumbent Norman Yee and newcomer Sandra Fewer had enough vote to secure two of the seats in Tuesday's election, with 88,014 and 70,811 votes respectively, far surpassing the other 11 candidates despite the continuing count.
But three candidates were still in the running for the last two spots.
Barbara Lopez with 47,660 votes and Rachel Norton with 46,354 votes were in the lead Wednesday, followed by 16-year incumbent Jill Wynns with 45,456 votes.
The remaining uncounted votes were absentee and mail-in ballots received at the elections office over the weekend or on Monday. San Francisco election officials had no estimates on when the count would be finished, but by Wednesday afternoon, they had added about 5,000 votes to Tuesday night's tally.
The uncounted ballots accounted for an estimated 20 percent of those cast.
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