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Recount required in Rulo Board election - Updated
11/08/2018

(KLZA)--  The Rulo Village Board election will require a mandatory recount per Nebraska statute.

 Following the meeting of the canvassing Board Thursday in Richardson County, the vote difference between the third and fourth place finishers in the election was one vote.

 Seven people were seeking the three positions up for election.

Trevis Keller received 30 votes, second in the voting was Quincey L. Smith with 29. Nathan J. Popejoy received 25 votes and Dion Grier received 24.

County Clerk Mary Eickhoff said in a release the recount will be held the week of November 12.

In addition, following the meeting of the Canvassing Board, Linda Patchen and Tomas Borrego Jr. will receive Certificates of Election to serve on the Shubert Village Board while Carolyn Meckstroth and Dylan Handley will receive Certificates of Election to serve on the Barada Village Board.

 

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