By Rod Larse
The Journal 

Late-arriving ballots change lead


Last updated 11/9/2021 at 8:40am

LIND – Late-arriving ballots counted Friday, Nov. 5, by Adams County Auditor’s Office election staff appear to have led to the ousting of a sitting councilman.

After the revised county, the Town Council Position No. 1 race has challenger London Dew in the lead.

Dew trailed Tuesday evening, Nov. 2, after the initial tally, but now leads incumbent Rosemary Elkington by 15 votes, 106 to 91.

In other races:


In the mayoral race, incumbent Paula Bell has a 6-vote lead over challenger Jamie Schmunk, 100 to 94.

For Position No. 2, Mike Wold has an 11-vote lead over Sheri Marlin 102-93...

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