Gehlen still leading Prilucik in race for council seat

Little to no changes are evident in the latest update of this past Tuesday's election results.

Thomas Gehlen is still in the lead over Ed Prilucik for the Sunnyside council position. Gehlen now has 53 percent of the votes, while Prilucik has 46 percent.

Port of Sunnyside Commissioner Arnold Martin ran unopposed to retain his seat.

In Grandview's City Council race, Bill Moore is ahead of Javier Rodriguez. Moore has 66 percent of the votes, while Rodriguez has 33 percent.

Jan McDonald has 61 percent of the votes for a seat on Grandview's City Council versus challenger Larry Bolan, who has 38 percent of the votes.

Ron Grow ran unopposed to retain his seat on the Grandview Port Commission.

Rafael Sagrero has a 15-vote lead for a seat on the Mabton School Board over Sandra Alaniz, who has 90 votes thus far.

In Bickleton, three school board seats were up for election. John C. Jensen and Susan Powers ran unopposed. In a race for the third seat, Tom Mains is in the lead over Ellwood Brown. Mains garnered 12 votes, while Brown garnered two.

Ernie Charvet ran unopposed for the Fire District #5 position.


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