Congratulations to Chris Koerber, who beat Colin Braudrick 1403 to 1199 in the special election for Joe Mosca’s vacated remaining two years on the Council, and to John Harabedian and John Capoccia, who were the top two vote getters in the Regular Election for two 4-year seats on the Council, with 1364 and 1327 votes, respectively.
Thank you very much to defeated incumbent MaryAnn MacGillivray for all the years she has served the City as Council member and Mayor. And thank you to Colin Braudrick, Gene Goss and Bill Tice for their efforts in this election. The final un-certified count from tonight’s election are listed below.
Measure 12-1, the extension of the UUT to pay for public safety was soundly defeated, 61% to 39% and the companion advisory measure Measure 12-2 didn’t fare much better at 57% to 43$.
Richard Mays and Nancy Shollenberger, both running unopposed, will serve as City Treasurer and City Clerk for the next four years.
According to City Clerk Shollenberger, there are 35 provisional ballots and 7 Vote by Mail (VBM) ballots remaining to be counted from Precinct 2, 27 provisional and 36 VBM from Precinct 6, and 25 provisional and 60 VBM from Precinct 10. Election officials will gather at City Hall next Tuesday morning at 10am to count those ballots. The only way the outcome of the election could be changed by the outstanding 190 ballots would be if MaryAnn MacGillivray were to receive 180 of them, which obviously seems unlikely.
|Candidate||Vote by Mail||Precinct 2
|Precinct 10 Congregational||Total|
|Measure 12-1 Yes||1008 (39%)|
|Measure 12-2 Yes||1067 (43%)|
|Measure 12-1 No||1553 (61%)|
|Measure 12-2 No||1413 (57%)||0||0||0||0|
|Richard Mays, Treasurer||2081|
|Nancy Schollenberger, City Clerk||2020|