District 3 Supervisor Don Horsley was easily re-elected Tuesday to a second four-year term on the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors.
With all 153 precincts reporting Tuesday night, Mr. Horsley received 78.5 percent of the vote. The count was 14,805 for Mr. Horsley and 4,048 for his challenger, Michael Stogner.
Mr. Horsley, an Emerald Hills resident, was a longtime sheriff of San Mateo County.
Michael Stogner, a San Carlos businessman and victim's advocate, ran against Mr. Horsley in 2010, and ran for the District 1 seat in 2011. He has never held public office, but has gained attention in the county as a government watchdog.
This is the first by-district supervisor race, which means only residents of District 3 can choose the district representative.