Elk Grove City Council Member Sophia Scherman won't be headed to the State Assembly any time soon.
Scherman briefly held second place in , in which faced off for a top-two November runoff. But by late in the evening, her campaign had come to an end as she finished in third.
Scherman said Wednesday that she was pleased about how her campaign went, but she hadn't yet thought about her next move.
"I really and truly have not given it much thought," she said by phone.
For now, Scherman said, she'll focus on her current job.
"I am still a council member and I will do my obligation that I was elected to do and that was to be an Elk Grove City Council member," she said.
Scherman has been on the council since the city incorporated, but her term expires in December and because of newly drawn district boundaries, she can't run for reelection unless she moves to another part of the city.
Two council seats currently held by Jim Cooper and Steve Detrick will be up for election in November. Also up for grabs in November is the city's first-ever directly elected mayor position.
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