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UPDATE: Roswell incumbents surpass challengers as unofficial votes total up
by Nicole Dow
November 05, 2013 07:23 PM | 3288 views | 1 1 comments | 26 26 recommendations | email to a friend | print
With all 21 precincts reporting, the Roswell incumbents appear to be in office for another four years.

In the post 4 race, Kent Igleheart garnered 52.47 percent of votes, a total of 261 over challenger Harvey Smith, who took in 47.45 percent of votes.

In the post 5 race, Jerry Orlans won 54.37 percent of votes, a total of 465 over challenger Eric Schumacher who brought in 45.50 percent of votes.

In the post 6 race, Nancy Diamond earned 55.08 percent of votes, a total of 541 over challenger Kendra Cox who took in 44.80 percent of votes.

Roswell Mayor Jere Wood ran for re-election unopposed.

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BW17
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November 06, 2013
Very disappointing to see all incumbents re-elected. Maybe one, but all three? Even more disappointing that Mayor Wood was completely unopposed. There has to be one qualified, concerned citizen of Roswell who could have mounted a challenge. Before someone asks why I'm not the one, I'll admit that I'm concerned, but not qualified. Doesn't mean I can't spot, comment on, or propose potential solution to a problem.
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