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Unofficial election results: Prop 1 fails, Jack & Wiederspohn stay

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These are the unofficial results for the October 1st general election:

Seat and Term Candidate Votes
Borough Mayor, unexpired term until October 2014 David Jack

Kipha Valvoda

455

118

Assembly Seat E, 3-year term Julie Decker 559
Assembly Seat F, 3-year term Daniel Blake 493
Assembly Seat B, unexpired term until October 2014 Ernie Christian

Maxi Wiederspohn

Billie Younce

212

364

38

Port Commission, unexpired term until October 2015 John Martin 573
Port Commission, two 3-year terms David Silva

John Yeager

491

552

School Board, two 3-year terms Rinda Howell

Cyni Waddington

499

517

Hospital Board, two 4-year terms Terri Henson

Bernie Massin

501

481

 

Ballot Initiative Votes YES Votes NO
Proposition 1 to adjust the rate of consumer sales tax 172 451

 

-David Jack stays mayor with 455 votes. Kipha Valvoda has 118 votes.

-Maxi Wiederspohn wins Assembly Seat B with 364 votes. Ernie Christian has 212 votes and Billie Younce has 38 votes.

-Julie Decker wins Assembly Seat E with 559 votes.

-Daniel Blake wins Assembly Seat F with 493 votes.

-John Martin takes the unexpired term on the Port Commission until 2015 with 573 votes.

-The two 3-year terms on the Port Commission go to David Silva with 491 votes and John Yeager with 552 votes.

-The two 3-year terms on the School Board go to Rinda Howell with 499 votes and Cyni Waddington with 517 votes.

-The two 4-year terms on the Hospital Board go to Terri Henson with 502 votes and Bernie Massin with 481 votes.

-Proposition 1 to adjust the rate of consumer sales tax does not pass. There were 172 votes in favor and 451 votes against.

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