Early unofficial results of the Dec. 17 recall election of Elizabeth Board of Trustees members Rachel White and June Jurczewsky brought split results, with White being voted out and Jurczewsky …
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Early unofficial results of the Dec. 17 recall election of Elizabeth Board of Trustees members Rachel White and June Jurczewsky brought split results, with White being voted out and Jurczewsky receiving enough votes to remain on the board.
Voters were asked whether or not they wanted to see each trustee recalled. Jurczewsky received 159 votes against her being recalled, versus 156 who wanted her to be recalled. If the unofficial results hold up, then because Jurczewsky received a majority of votes against a recall, her opponent, Ron Weaver, would be barred from an opening to join the board.
White received 161 votes calling for her recall, versus 154 asking for no recall. The seven-vote difference in unofficial results was enough to allow voters to cast a vote for her opponent, Jason Weiss, who received 148 votes in his favor and will join the board if the unofficial results are unchanged.
Election results were certified by four judges. Mayor Megan Vasquez and the remaining four trustees will face a recall election during the April election.
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