Fischer, Haight, Pruit, Benson out, Masters remains in Cascade Locks recall election

September 21, 2011

Mayor George Fischer and city council members Don Haight, Tiffany Pruit and Kevin Benson were voted out of office in a recall election in Cascade Locks Tuesday. Council member Lance Masters, subject of a seperate recall effort, retained his office.

Out of 589 eligible voters in the election, 372 voted for a 63.16 turnout rate.

Results from the Hood River County elections department.

For full coverage see the Sept. 24 edition of the Hood River News.

CITY OF CASCADE LOCKS - Don Haight

VOTE FOR 1

Yes, I Vote For The Recall. . . . . 194 52.15

No, I Vote Against The Recall. . . . 178 47.85

CITY OF CASCADE LOCKS - George Fischer

VOTE FOR 1

Yes, I Vote For The Recall. . . . . 199 53.64

No, I Vote Against The Recall. . . . 172 46.36

CITY OF CASCADE LOCKS - Tiffany Pruit

VOTE FOR 1

Yes, I Vote For The Recall. . . . . 199 53.64

No, I Vote Against The Recall. . . . 172 46.36

CITY OF CASCADE LOCKS - Kevin Benson

VOTE FOR 1

Yes, I Vote For The Recall. . . . . 196 52.69

No, I Vote Against The Recall. . . . 176 47.31

CITY OF CASCADE LOCKS - Lance Masters

VOTE FOR 1

Yes, I Vote For The Recall. . . . . 148 39.78

No, I Vote Against The Recall. . . . 224 60.22

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