Aylward, Harrington Win City Elections

Former AFSCME Council 59 Executive Director Paul Aylward will become Huron’s next mayor. The ex-union rep beat out current City Commissioner Kerwin Haeder for the center seat at City Hall with 62-point-four-seven percent of the vote. Aylward defeated Haeder 1,864 to1,120, a difference of 744 votes. Haeder got 37-percent of the vote. The City Commission seat vacated by Haeder was up for grabs Tuesday night as well. Garry Harrington garnered over one-thousand votes to beat Dick Freske 1,896 to 857, a spread of 1039 votes….

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68-percent of voters chose Harrington over Freske with 31-percent of the vote. An attempt to contact Aylward has been made, however the calls have not been returned at this time. The combined city/school board election had a voter turn-out of 33-percent. Huron Finance Director Paullyn Carey was pleased with that number…

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738 absentee ballots were cast in an election that saw three candidates running for two school board spots and the 71-percent approval of a 22-million dollar bond issue for renovations to Huron’s elementary schools.

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