Homer Special Election preliminary results

Homer Special Election

Preliminary results*

Homer #1 Homer #2 Total Percentage

Question 1- Shall Donna Aderhold be recalled from the office of Homer City Council?

Yes: 267 226 493 46 percent

No: 323 249 572 54 percent

Question 2- Shall David Lewis be recalled from the office of Homer City Council?

Yes: 269 230 499 47 percent

No: 319 244 563 53 percent

Question 3- Shall Catriona Reynolds be recalled from the office of Homer City Council?

Yes: 278 236 514 49 percent

No: 308 239 547 51 percent

Total votes cast, both precincts: 1,071*

Registered voters, both precincts: 4,661

Turnout: 23 percent

* Does not include 714 in-person early votes, 81 requested mail ballots, 52 ballots emailed or faxed, 15 special needs ballots and 50 questioned ballots, for a total of 912 potential votes to be counted. Those ballots will be tallied by the Homer Canvass Board at 1 p.m. Friday, June 16, at Homer City Hall. The election will be certified in a special meeting of the Homer City Council at 4 p.m. Monday, June 19, at Homer City Hall.

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