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Councilor set for real challenges after odd election

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MILAN SIMONICH

Ringside Seat

Posted: Sunday, April 13, 2014 8:30 pm | Updated: 10:51 pm, Mon Apr 14, 2014.

ESPAÑOLA — When is a tie as good as a win?

In an election where a coin toss to break the deadlock goes your way.

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  • Michael Murray posted at 7:35 am on Mon, Apr 14, 2014.

    Mike M Posts: 62

    The saddest thing about the election is that in a town of 10,000 there were less than 400 votes cast. The entire adult population will be happy to complain about the council's governance, yet they were so disinterested that the election had to be settled by coin toss. So much for representative government.

     

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