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Lost By Two Votes

A few months ago, I submitted the paperwork to run for the Republican Precinct Committee Officer in precinct 41-3084. It was sort of my last hurrah in support of Ron Paul after the somewhat disappointing outcome from the Washington State Presidential Caucuses.

Failing to find the results immediately after the election, I forgot about the whole thing for a couple of months. Today, for some reason, I thought about it again, and this time I was able to find the PCO results from the primary election:

In In the closest election I have ever been involved in, I lost by only two votes to the incumbant. I didn’t even run a campaign — my oponent, however, did (he sent out letters). With results like this, perhaps politics is in my future?

The relevant results:

Precinct Winner Name Votes Party
BEL 41-3084   Ryan McElroy 39 Republican Party
BEL 41-3084 winner Ted Jung 41 Republican Party

One Response to “Lost By Two Votes”

  1. dc Says:

    Senator Ryan McElroy, Republican of Washington

    it does have a nice ring to it. And as they say, if you want something done right, do it yourself!

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