More than 1,500 ballots cast during the Oct. 5 municipal election will be counted Monday, Kenai Peninsula Borough Clerk Johni Blankenship announced Friday.
The ballots — 1,512 in total — include absentee, questioned and special needs ballots and have already been reviewed by the borough canvass board. Additionally, there are “a handful” of ballots from six of the borough’s by-mail precincts that will also be counted, Blankenship said.
Ballots cast in city races are reviewed separately from the borough by city canvass boards.
Unofficial results from the Oct. 5 municipal election can be found on the borough clerk’s website.
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