Voters turned out in large numbers to cast ballots and watch returns

Posted: Thursday, October 11, 2001

There were two large election night gatherings in Kenai, one at Kenai Chrysler Center where a computer projected the returns on a giant 10' X 15' screen, and the other at the Old Town Restaurant in Kenai where incumbent Mayor John Williams hosted a party for the community. Both parties were well attended and as the results poured in there were some smiles, and some disappointments, as is the case in all elections.

Voters turned out in large numbers to take up their responsibility as members of a free society, and now that the results are in, the effort to work and live together as a united community continues. "We're going to continue to build and develop, we have some $20 million dollars worth of projects on the books. I continue to look at the future of Kenai and say that we have a great future in front of us," said Kenai Mayor John Williams after winning his 6th consecutive term to that office.

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