By Chris DeBenedetti
Monday, November 12th, 2012 at 9:41 am in Uncategorized.
After a weekend of vote-counting at the Registrar’s office, it looks like Bill Harrison’s lead seems to be holding. On Friday, Cho reduced Harrison’s 1,900-vote lead to about 1,200 votes and the Registrar’s bleary-eyed employees still had the whole weekend to go.
But when the latest results were posted late Sunday afternoon, Harrison’s lead had slightly increased. Nearly a week after election day, Cho’s deficit now stands at 1,315 votes. As of Monday AM, here are the latest results:
Harrison: 20,922 votes — 34.09 percent
Cho: 19,607 votes — 31.95 percent
Natarajan: 16,066 votes — 26.18 percent
Akbari: 3,373 votes — 5.5 percent
Susoev: 1,300 votes — 2.12