Hooper Mayoral, Council Election Still Undecided

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HOOPER, Utah (AP) -- Ogden's mayoral candidates aren't the only politicians waiting for Tuesday's vote count to settle the race. Three races in the town of Hooper are just as close.

Incumbent Mayor Glenn Barrow is trailing by 14 votes with more than 75 percent of the vote counted. He says he's sure that in the city's seven-year history, there's never been a situation like this before.

In the race for a four-year city council seat in the city's second district, Vicky Fowers led incumbent Lyle J. Taylor by a 188-168 count.

In the race for the four-year city council seat in district one, Clive J. Tuckett led incumbent Brad Beus by 85 votes.


Information from: Standard-Examiner

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