ELECTION UPDATE — Challengers retain lead over Jefferson PUD commissioner in second tally

Peninsula Daily News

PORT TOWNSEND — Challengers Kenneth Collins and Anthony F. “Tony” De Leo maintained their lead over incumbent Ken McMillen for Jefferson County Public Utility District commissioner in the second count of ballots this afternoon.

Collins, 67, of Nordland now has 1,411 votes, or 44.94 percent, while De Leo, 65, of Port Hadlock has 930 votes, or 29.9 percent.

McMillen, 81, of Port Hadlock trails with 790 votes, or 25.16 percent, and apparently has been eliminated from the Nov. 4 general election.

About 100 ballots remained to be counted in the Jefferson County Auditor’s Office for the next vote count, which is set for Friday.

Last modified: August 06. 2014 3:22PM
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