Tuesday was Election Day, and the Lewiston City Council race saw incumbent Cari Miller win re-election to a second term, while two other sitting council members were ousted.
Challengers John Bradbury and Kevin Kelly won election Tuesday as the top-two vote-getters with 23 percent and 17.8 percent of the vote, respectively, while Miller received 16.7 percent. 14 percent of the tally went to challenger Mike Menegas, follwed by incumbents Jim Kleeburg with just under 12 percent, and Ged Randall at 8.3 percent.
Bradbury, Kelly and Miller will all serve four-year terms. They join Mayor Mike Collins, Mayor Pro Tem Kathy Schroeder and councilors Bob Blakey and John Pernsteiner on the seven-member council.
Turnout was light, with 23.5 percent of the city’s nearly 17,300 registered voters casting ballots. (LMT)