Nov 4 1970

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Nov 4 1970 - Voters OK Watts, To State Bond Issue a in to G....
Voters OK Watts, To State Bond Issue a in to G. Less voters Congressional the Republican 80 800-vote GOP IN OTHER ELECTIONS, Mason County voters: Approved the $48.3 million general obligation bonds, 935 to 791. Elected Elmer T. Mullikin, incumbent, incumbent, to Mason County Board of Education, District 3, 272 to 141 for Robert Williams, and 82 for Everett Everett Fritz. Elected Ruby Allen Cracraft to the Fourth District School Board by 192 votes to 153 for Harold Fe-gan, Fe-gan, Fe-gan, and 13 for David Rhodes. CONGRESSMAN Watts also carried carried Bracken County, 726 to Grego-204 Grego-204 Grego-204 votes. J. B. Fralix, incumbent member of the Bracken county District 3 School Board was upset by write-in write-in write-in candidate Allen Falguaer, 54 to 56. Bracken County voters defeated the bond issue, 402 to 257. Winners in the Germantown Town Council race are Bobby Doyle, Roy Jett, Wayne McGee, Corlis High, and Frank Hill. The losers in that election are Gene Woodword, T. A. Finn and Earl Wheat. IN UNOPPOSED RACES, John L. Mains and Dr. Harold Runyon were re-elected re-elected re-elected to the Maysville Board of Education; Adrain Curtis, Leon Plummer and Harry Thornsbury were re-elected re-elected re-elected to the Augusta Independent Independent School board, and W. O. Figgins was re-elected re-elected re-elected to the Bracken County Board of Education, Education, District 4. Oivsley Comity Count Delayed BOONEVILLE iPi Votes from Tuesday's election in Owsley County won't be counted until 10 a. m. Wednesday because some voters were allegedly not allowed to cast their ballots in the Cow Creek area of that county. Sheriff Charles Mcintosh, who by virtue of his office also is chairman chairman of the county election commission, commission, made the announcement Tuesday night. Mcintosh said he needed time to investigate reports that several residents of the county's second ward were not allowed to cast their ballots. The second ward includes Cow Creek. Mcintosh said he was told that, election officials who wanted to defeat defeat a $150,000 bond issue for a new courthouse turned the voters away. . . .

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer04 Nov 1970, WedKENTUCKY EDITIONPage 22

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)04 Nov 1970, WedKENTUCKY EDITIONPage 22
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