‘Talk about the validity of our message and our work’
KENT – From the top of the ticket to the bottom, Democrats have won most of the city’s councils and commissions, according to the unofficial results of Tuesday’s municipal elections.
The first outgoing Democrat elected Jean Speck was re-elected for a second term after obtaining 42% of the vote, while the petitioner candidate Rufus de Rham obtained 36%. In the unofficial results updated with hand totals at 9:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Speck got 469 votes while de Rham got 404 votes.
- November 11, 2021