The Homer Election Canvass Board counted the final Homer City Council election ballots Friday, Oct. 8. (Photo by Sarah Knapp/Homer News)

Election results certified in municipal elections

Aderhold, Erickson, Davis win Homer City Council; Tupper wins Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, District 9; Daugharty wins Kenai Peninsula Borough Board of Education, District 8.

The Homer City Council and the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly this week certified the final municipal election results. The council certified and swore in returning and new council members Donna Aderhold, Shelly Erickson and Jason Davis at its Monday meeting in Homer. The assembly certified the election at its Tuesday night meeting. There was no change in the winners according to last week’s unofficial results, with Mike Tupper elected to the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, District 9 seat and Tim Daugharty elected to the Kenai Peninsula Borough Board of Education, District 8 seat. Kathryn Ault, Helen Armstrong and Willy Dunne were elected to the South Peninsula Hospital Service Area Board. Although they ran unopposed, there were some write-in votes for candidates in each seat.

Homer City Council

Two 3-year seats

Donna Aderhold: 829, 40%

Shelly Erickson: 841, 41%

Adam Hykes: 368, 18%

One-year seat

Jason Davis: 723, 56%

Heath Smith: 561, 43%

Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, District 9

Ashton Callahan: 364, 30%

Dawson Slaughter: 246, 20%

Mike Tupper: 615, 50%

Kenai Peninsula Borough School Board, District 8

Britny Bradshaw: 497, 33%

Tim Daugharty: 1,014, 67%

South Peninsula Hospital Service Area Board

Seat A

Kathryn Ault , 1,921, 94%

Write in, 109, 6%

Seat B

Helen Armstrong, 1,862, 94%

Write in, 114, 6%

Seat C

Willy Dunne, 2,019, 86%

Write in, 321, 14%

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