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Mayoral candidates speak out on election experience

November 7, 2013

Morning News — Leslie Mielke Marlene Jensen, Bingham County election director, posted voting totals as they became available Tuesday night.

BLACKFOOT—While four of Blackfoot's mayoral candidates may be resting this week, for Paul Loomis and Dan Cravens - it's time for a second round.
It's no surprise that the six man mayoral race has resulted in a runoff election between the two candidates with the most votes - from Tuesday's city election. It's a city law that a mayoral candidate receive 50 percent of the votes (plus one) in order to claim the election. Loomis received the most votes of 667, followed by Cravens - who garnered 452 votes. The two will go 'head to head' in a runoff election scheduled for Dec. 3.
See what all the candidates had to say in Thursday's edition of the Morning News.

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