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Meeker Co. commissioner race ends in tie

Two candidates from Litchfield running for Meeker County Commissioner are tied for the seat. Seat 2 incumbent David Gabrielson and challenger Dale Fenrich each received exactly 1,069 votes, according to unofficial results.
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Two candidates from Litchfield running for Meeker County Commissioner are tied for the seat, the West Central Tribune reports.

Seat 2 incumbent David Gabrielson and challenger Dale Fenrich each received exactly 1,069 votes, according to unofficial results.

Auditor Barb Loch tells KWLM-AM that a recount will be done. If the result is still a tie, the two will flip a coin.

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