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Hermanson, Ledin, Fennessey, Foster Advance in Superior Races

Hermanson, Ledin, Fennessey, Foster Advance in Superior Races

Created: February 18, 2020 09:32 PM

The only incumbent city councilor in Tuesday's Superior City Council primary election will go on to the general election.

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Brent Fennessey was the top finisher in the 5th District with 282 votes, or 49 percent.  He'll be challenged on the April ballot by Amanda Foster, who received 187 votes, or 33 percent.

Josh Johnson was eliminated, having received 104 votes.

In the 1st District, Kalee Hermanson and Nicholas Ledin will advance to the April election.  In Tuesday's vote, Hermanson received 173 votes (40 percent), Ledin received 164 votes (38 percent), and Brian James DeMar received 93 votes (22 percent).

The 3rd, 7th, and 9th District city council seats will also appear on the April ballot but do not have enough candidates to warrant a primary election.

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