Regular and Provisional Ballots Could Change Election Night Results

Posted on April 29, 2020

A Hardin County Commissioners seat and the Ada Schools Income Levy could be decided when the official canvassing takes place on May 11.

On Election Night, Fred Rush received 1034 votes, Russ Blue picked up 968 votes and Alan Long got 843.

Hardin County Board of Elections Director Becky Stevenson said there are  a total of 197 regular and provisional republican ballots that are outstanding which, if all are tabulated, could change the election night results.

In the other Commissioner race, incumbent Roger Crowe easily defeated Bob Carder, 1958 to 878. Crowe will run unopposed in November.

A money issue is also hanging in the balance.

425 voted in favor of the levy, and 416 voted against. That includes Hancock County.

Stevenson said there are a total of 75 regular and provisional ballots which, if all are tabulated, could decide the fate of the issue

The first mail- in only election went very smoothly in Hardin County, according to Stevenson.

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