In Brookfield, the unofficial results give Paul T. Owens the Republican on the November ballot for the town’s highway superintendent after defeating opponent Wade D. Furner by a tally of 77 to 31. In that town, there are only 5 absentee ballots, according to the election board.
So, will Owens give up his School job.... ?
PS - Becker ...With fewer than 40 votes separating Republicans Andrew Busa and John Becker in their bid for the Town of Sullivan highway superintendent ballot line in November, the town’s 59 GOP absentee ballots will determine the victor.
Busa currently holds 367 votes to Becker’s 321, according to the unofficial results posted by the Madison County Board of Elections. Republican Commissioner Kelley Hood and Democratic Commissioner Laura Costello confirmed there are currently 59 absentee ballots out; therefore, the board of elections must wait until Sept. 20 before making the results official.