Cary Challengers Appear to Seize Control of Village Board

Signs may not vote, as 16-year incumbent Trustee Debra McNamee noted on her literature, but they are effective a building name identification.

The four challengers to the Cary Village Board incumbents’ slate appear to be victorious in Tuesday’s election.

With all precincts reporting, but early and absentee votes outstanding, the three challengers for the four-year term appear victorious. Those missing votes could

The top incumbent on the ballot, Alex Pilli, however, is only two votes behind the bottom-placed person on the challengers’ slate for a four-year term.  The question at this point in the evening (just before 10 PM) is what the early and absentee vote results will show when they are folded into the totals later tonight.

For the two-year term, the challenger also leads:

Incumbent challenger slate member Jeff Kraus is leading the incumbents' ally Mark Kownick by almost 200 votes.

Could a recount be in the future for the deciding vote on the Cary Village Board?


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