RUNOFF: Blackfoot Mayor Marc Carroll and challenger Craig Stuart will face off again in November
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BLACKFOOT – Blackfoot Mayor Marc Carroll and challenger Craig Stuart will face each other in a runoff election on Nov. 30.
Carroll, who has served one term as mayor, received 594 votes Tuesday night, 38% of the total and Stuart received 507 votes, 32% of the total. To win, one of them has to receive at least 51% of the vote.
Their opponents, Ron Ramirez and Jim Thomas received 16% and 14% of the vote respectively.
Carroll tells EastIdahoNews.com he’s looking forward to a public discussion over the next several weeks with Stuart.
Stuart says he’s “flattered and humbled” to face Carroll in a runoff election and he’s looking forward to further discussion.
“We are coming hard and may the best man win,” Stuart says.
For complete election results, click here.