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Wednesday, November 3, 2021
 

STORY AND PHOTO BY KAREN BOSSICK

Ketchum Mayor Neil Bradshaw trailed Perry Boyle in early returns but pulled the election off as Wood River Valley native Spencer Cordovano slipped into second place.

Bradshaw, who asked for four more years to continue work on Bluebird Village affordable housing and securing the Warm Springs Preserve, got 539 votes, or 35.25 percent.

Video producer Spencer Cordovano, who said it was time for the young to lead, got 489 votes, or 31.98 percent.

Perry Boyle, who pledged to protect the character of Ketchum with locals-first housing, got 443 votes, or 28.97 percent.

And Ketchum architect David Barovetto got 58 votes, or 3.79 percent.

In Ketchum's City Council race, incumbent Courtney Hamilton easily retained her seat, securing 1,011 votes, or 35.02 percent.

Ditto for incumbent Amanda Breen, who got 973 votes, or 33.70 percent.  

Challenger Gwen M. Raney got 440 votes, or 15.24 percent; Reid Stillman, 364 votes, or 12.61 percent, and Mickey Garcia, 99 votes, or 3.43 percent.

Incumbents fared well in other parts of the valley, the exception being Carey:

HAILEY CITY COUNCIL, SEAT 1

Incumbent Heidi Husbands, 949 votes, or 64.69 percent

Jane Drussel, 421 votes, or 28.70 percent

Tom DeAntonio, 97 votes, or 6.61 percent

HAILEY CITY COUNCIL, SEAT 2

Incumbent Kaz Thea, 1,130 votes, or 77.77 percent

Kris Wirth, 323 votes, or 22.23 percent

MAYOR CAREY

Incumbent Randall Patterson, 63 votes, or 39.38 percent

Sara Mecham 97 votes, or 60.63 percent

CAREY CITY COUNCIL 4 YEAR

Alyssa Cenarrusa, 106 votes, or 35.22 percent

Clayton R. Mecham, 124 votes, or 41.20 percent

Matthias (Matt) Harmon, 71 votes, or 23.59 percent

BLAINE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT TRUSTEE, ZONE 4

Incumbent Dan Turner, 1,228 votes, or 73.84 percent

Juanita Young, 435 votes, or 26.16 percent

BLAINE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT TRUSTEE ZONE 2

Blanca Romero Green, 387 votes, or 94.85 percent

Write-in, 21 votes, or 5.15 percent

WOOD RIVER FIRE BOND

In Favor Of, 279 votes, or 62.70 percent

Against, 166 votes, or 37.30 percent

HAILEY BOND

In Favor Of, 876 votes, or 59.92 percent

Against, 586 votes, or 40.08 percent

There was no election in Sun Valley, as incumbents Keith Saks and Brad DuFur ran unopposed.

 

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