Clallam Parks and Recreation results close

PORT ANGELES — The election among three candidates for a position on the Clallam County Park and Recreation Commission were close after the second count of ballots in the Tuesday general election on Wednesday.

The race for Position 3 had three hopefuls because it did not have a primary election to cull the choices to two, according to the Clallam County Auditor’s Office.

Dick Neal won 3,489 votes, or 34.9 percent to Robert Kellso’s 3,476 votes, or 34.77 percent. Jason Bushman won 3,013 votes, or 30.14 percent.

The next ballot count will be by 5 p.m. today.

No information was available about possible recounts.

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