FINAL UPDATE AT 12:31 A.M.: Incumbents Kim Griffin and Kathleen "Katie" Kane were re-elected to the board.
The mission of the Sequoia Healthcare District is to improve the quality of life for all District residents by enhancing access to healthcare services and by supporting and encouraging programs and activities designed to achieve health, wellness, and disease prevention.
Three incumbents competed for re-election to their seats on the board of directors in the 2012 election.
Kim Griffin is a Menlo Park resident and a registered nurse with Children's Cardiology of the Bay Area. She helps her husband, Dr. Michael Griffin, run the organization, which treats children with various heart conditions.
Kathleen "Katie" Kane is a Redwood City resident who is very active in her community. In addition to her job as the president of KMK Associates, a human resources consulting firm, Kane serves on several local committees, such as the Redwood City Sequoia Awards and Redwood City 2020. She also serves on the Association of California Healthcare Districts.
John J. "Jack" Hickey is a Patch blogger, as well as a retired research scientist and inventor. He considers himself to be a "taxpayers' advocate." He is a Redwood City resident and an active member of the "Fun After Fifty" club.
In the final totals, Kim Griffin and Kathleen Kane won re-election to their seats on the board.
Final Vote Tallies:192 of 192 Precincts Reporting Votes Percentage Kim Griffin 33,459 37.50% Kathleen "Katie" Kane 31,346 35.13% John J. "Jack" Hickey 24,415 27.36%