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Chandler City Council approves election results; new members to take seats Jan. 14

Chandler City Council approves election results; new members to take seats Jan. 14

The results are now official as they have been approved by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and Chandler City Council. (Courtesy Christine Ellis, Mark Stewart and OD Harris)

The results are now official as they have been approved by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and Chandler City Council. (Courtesy Christine Ellis, Mark Stewart and OD Harris)

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12:04 PM Aug 25, 2020 MST

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12:04 PM Aug 25, 2020 MST

Chandler City Council approved the Aug. 4 election results that will have two newcomers—Christine Ellis and OD Harris—take seats on the council with returning incumbent Mark Stewart on Jan. 14.

Ellis was the top vote-getter with 26,171 votes, or 19.09% of the total vote. Ellis makes history as the first Black woman elected to the Chandler City Council. Harris received 23,227 votes, or 16.94% of the total vote, and Stewart received 23,794 votes, or 17.36% of the total vote.

The results are now official as they have been approved by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and Chandler City Council.

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