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Fairfield election results

By DIANE VANCE Ledger staff writer | Nov 05, 2013

Unofficial results of Fairfield municipal elections show:

• The public measure was approved with 64 percent, or 764 yes votes; against 36 percent, or 426 no votes.

• Ed Malloy was re-elected mayor with 85 percent of the votes, or 1,050 votes. Challenger Gary Kessler received 180 votes, or 15 percent. Write-in votes for Fairfield mayor were 11, or 0.89 percent.

• The contested Fairfield city council seat at-large being vacated by Connie Boyer did not have one candidate win a 50 percent majority, so there will be a run-off election in early December between the two top vote-getters, Patrick Bosold with 535 votes, or 44 percent of votes and Douglas Flournoy, who had 469 votes, or 39 percent.

Other candidates for this at-large seat were Andrew Perry, with 89 votes, or 7 percent; Richard Walbaum with 49 votes, or 4 percent; Will Richards with 44 votes, or 4 percent.

• The Fairfield city council seat to fill a vacancy was won by Jessica Ledger-Kalen, who had been appointed to fill the vacancy in January. She received 708 votes, or 73 percent. Write votes for this seat made up 27 percent of the votes, or 256 votes.

• In Fairfield Ward 2, incumbent John Revolinski won 98 percent of the votes, with 298 votes. Write-in votes were 6 votes or 2 percent in Ward 2.

• In Fairfield Ward 4, incumbent Michael Halley won 93 percent of the votes, with 175 votes. Write-in votes were 14 votes or 7 percent in Ward 4.

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