10/08/14 - 12:33am
Stan Welles and Blaine Gilman have come out ahead in their Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly races, while voters in Homer approved Kelly Cooper.
After Tuesday’s preliminary vote count, Welles led the Sterling and Funny River district with 48 percent of the votes, with 493 votes. LaDawn Druce claimed 33 percent of the votes with 334 votes total. Marty Anderson collected 18 percent of the votes with 187 votes total from the five of six precincts reporting.
Cooper, who was running unopposed, carried the Homer district with 98 percent of the votes, receiving 831 votes total.