(KINGSLEY)–Kingsley voters backed the candidate on the ballot for mayor.
According to Plymouth County Auditor Stacey Feldman, there were 169 votes Tuesday for the special election to fill the mayor’s vacancy. Mayor Wayne Plendl resigned in August. The mayor pro tem was unable to serve due to requirements of his employer and also resigned.
Nearly all the votes, 125 of the 169 cast, were for Rick Bohle who ran for mayor. Write-in candidate John Hackett received 35 votes. There were eight other write-in votes.
Feldman says the results of the election are unofficial until the Plymouth County Board of Supervisors review the results in a canvass on Tuesday, December 28.