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Silver City announces official results of municipal election

The returning councilors, Cynthia Ann Bettison, District 1, and Jose A. Ray Jr., District 3, will be sworn into office at 1:30 p.m. Monday, March 11, at the Grant County Administration Center.

District 1 Councilor Bettison received 11 votes on Election Day, March 5, and five votes absentee in sealed envelopes and seven votes absentee in person on the machine, for a total of 23 votes. With the number of registered voters at 1840, the turnout on Election Day was 0.6 percent.

District 3 Councilor Ray also received 23 votes, with nine on Election Day, three absentee in sealed envelopes and 11 absentee in person on the machine. In District 3, there are 1908 registered voters, so the turnout on Election Day was 0.5 percent.

Overall, turnout was 1.2 percent.

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