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THURSDAY Jiuufaoc.actgfl'i VOLUME 26-NUMBER 1 *^
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RACE FOR MAYOR
ENDS IN TIE
Brown • Berlin Zimmerman
424 435 416
477 427 124
374 - 572 313 - 555
The electioa held last Tuesday, April 2ad, was m fact a surprise to maay whea the fiaal oouat showed Doa Eastrom aad Jim Dhamer, each with 262 votes. "What happeas aow?" was the question asked by many. The foUowiag paragraph, takea from "The Haadbook for Local Election OfiBcials" may shed some light. NOTE: When two or more candidates receive the highest and equal number of votes for a
particular office, the canvassteg board must ooaduct a lottery to break the tie aad detennine the nomteee. Such board whall issue a notice m writteg to die persoas of tfae tie statiag the place, day aad hour where the lottery will be ooacucted. The lottery must be ooadacted withte 5 days of such notice.
It is devastatteg to thtek that such an importaat office must be decided by a lottery or a
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Back row; Cheryl Thackwray, Sally Warriagtoa, Jodi Neal, Doris Cuaat, Dawa Evaas, & Jill Seyller. Froat row; Mark Storms, Michelle Diedrich, Jessica Williams, & Tate Speacer.
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