SHELTON — The difference in the Shelton city commissioner race between incumbent Tracy Moore and challenger Kevin Dorcy is now 10 votes after Thursday’s general election vote tally.
Dorcy was ahead with 719 votes, or 50.35 percent, to Moore’s 709 votes, or 49.65 percent.
The county Auditor’s Office Elections Department website doesn’t show any further ballots outstanding with the next ballot count coming on November 27, the day before the certification date.
Other election results showed little change.
The Mason County tax levy proposal for general fund expenses and services, including the sheriff’s office and other mandated services, was losing with 9,030 votes, or 67.14 percent against, to and 4,420 votes, or 32.86 percent in favor.
Shelton voters were overwhelmingly supporting adoption of a city council-manager former of government, expanding the three-member city commission to a seven-member council.
After the third count Thursday, the measure was ahead by 936 votes in favor, or 64.33 percent, to 519 votes against, or 35.67 percent.
The proposed bond issue for improvements to Mary M. Knight schools in Matlock was failing, 185 votes against, or 60.46 percent, to 121 votes in favor, or 39.54 votes.