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Article published November 12, 2012

Gibbons snags tight victory



Incumbent state Rep. Jaret Gibbons won re-election to a fourth term Tuesday and will serve the 10th District for another two years.

Gibbons defeated Republican challenger Michael See by 52.8 percent of the vote to 47.1 percent, according to unofficial vote tallies.
Gibbons totaled 13,501 votes out of a total 25,567 ballots cast. See won 12,066 votes.
It was another close race between the two candidates, who squared off in 2010 when Gibbons eked out a victory by 5 percentage points.