November 6, 2013
Fenner elections inspector Sharon Schmit prints out the final vote tally at the Fenner town office, which was also Tuesday's town polling place. The election winners may come down to the absentee ballots, since the town supervisor candidates are separated only by 9 votes, and one of the town board seats is separated by only eight votes.
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The expectedly close Fenner elections for town supervisor and two town board seats came out closer than most anticipated, with only nine votes separating the two candidates for supervisor and not even two dozen votes separating the four town council candidates. With 25 absentee ballots out, the unofficial outcome on Tuesday night could change next week when absentee ballots are counted.