After a 616-616 tie, two pieces of paper were drawn from a bowl to settle the election for a city council member in , a Michigan town.
Timeen Adair was elected as Rogers City’s new council member.
Brittany VanderWall wrote in her paper that she was “not elected.” The Alpena News reported that there were hugs and no hard feelings between the two of them Monday.
VanderWall stated that he had told people Rogers City would win, before the drawing.
Adair stated that the Election Day tie meant that the town of northern Michigan, with a population of 2,800, should be happy with both candidates.
Adair stated, “The people spoke, and they said, “Eh, either one.”
VanderWall already looks ahead to in the next election.
Adair was told by her, “Congratulations.” “Do good work. “I’ll see you in 2 years.”