Very close race in Lyndonville with 3 candidates separated by 6 votes
LYNDONVILLE – It was a very close election in Lyndonville today with three people running for two positions on the Village Board.
Darren Wilson led the candidates with 67 votes. Kimberly Kenyon had 61. They were both elected to four-year terms.
Mary Kage, an incumbent, just missed getting re-elected with 60 votes.
Jim Tuk, a former village trustee, also received a write-in vote.
The totals includes four absentee ballots. The results are final.
The new terms start April 1.