Livermore Vice Mayor Bob Woerner appears to have won the race for mayor, Tuesday’s unofficial election results show.

Woerner and Mony Nop, a former police officer, faced off in what turned out to be a lopsided contest.

Woerner secured about 66% of the vote to about 33% for Nop, according to preliminary results. No other candidates ran.

Woerner has lived in Livermore for 44 years and is serving his third term as vice mayor. He recently retired from PG&E, where he was senior director in electric operations.

Nop survived war in Cambodia in the 1970s, making it to refugee camps in Thailand and the Philippines before arriving as a child in the United States in 1983 with his family.

Nop is a realtor after having served in the Livermore Police Department for at least 17 years.

Keith Burbank is currently a fulltime reporter covering Alameda County and Oakland news for Bay City News. He has also worked on the Data Points project for Local News Matters, finding trends and stories about the region through data. In 2019, he was a California Fellow at the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism, producing a series about homeless deaths in Santa Clara County. He worked as a swing shift editor for the newswire for several years as well. Outside of journalism, Keith enjoys computer programming, math, economics and music.