District 2 race for Island County commissioner is down to 62 votes

The race for District 2 Island County commissioner is — once again — a little closer.

The county elections office released a revised vote tally Monday afternoon, and Democratic challenger Angie Homola is now 62 votes in front of Republican incumbent Mac McDowell.

Homola had a 76-vote advantage going into the weekend. She led by 849 votes on Election Night.

A total of 42,044 ballots have been counted, with approximately 500 left to count.

Because of the Veteran's Day holiday, the next vote tally is not expected until 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12.

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