Election Results 2021: Kelly, Whittaker lead for Sheridan council

Mayor, 2 other council candidates unopposed

Colorado Community Media
Posted 11/4/21

In the two contested races for seats on the Sheridan City Council, Terrance Kelly and Jay Whittaker were leading as of Thursday night in partial returns.

In the two-way contest for council Ward 3, …

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Election Results 2021: Kelly, Whittaker lead for Sheridan council

Mayor, 2 other council candidates unopposed

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In the two contested races for seats on the Sheridan City Council, Terrance Kelly and Jay Whittaker were leading as of Thursday night in partial returns.

In the two-way contest for council Ward 3, Kelly was leading Ernie Camacho by just over 8 percentage points, with 182 votes to 154 votes for Camacho out of 336 votes counted as of Thursday, two days after polls closed.

And in the three-way race for the Ward 2 seat, Whittaker held a 5 percentage point lead over his nearest challenger as of Thursday -- but that represents only a 14-point lead. Whittaker had 104 votes, Michael Moreno had 90 votes and incumbent Shevieve Gallegos had 79 votes.

In Ward 1, incumbents Desiree Stange and Don Smith were unopposed for two- and four-year council terms respectively, as was Mayor Tara Beiter-Fluhr, who was seeking re-election.

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