Three incumbents withstand two challengers in SMUHSD

Two challengers were unsuccessful in their attempt to oust three incumbents from the San Mateo Union High School District board of trustees.

Voters re-elected Peter Hanley, Robert Griffin and Linda Lees Dwyer.

Among concerns facing the district are management of a $300 million construction bond and the impact of state budget cuts.

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