Aldermanic candidates and incumbents Mollie Jones and Sandy Weidner will retain their seats on the City of Racine Common Council assuming nothing changes as absentee ballots roll in later this week.

The Journal Times is reporting that Jones came out ahead of Robert Anderson, 506 to 486, respectively, and that Weidner was head of challenger Jeffrey Peterson, 659 to 418.

Tracey Larrin will also take a seat at the table; with both wards reporting in the 4th District, she comes out ahead of John Dunk – 438 to 207. A total of 645 votes were cast, according to the city’s elections website, and Larrin was declared the winner of that contest.


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