Rollins re-elected to Augusta City Council

AUGUSTA — Incumbent City Councilor David Rollins was reelected Tuesday.
Rollins, with 1,942 votes, defeated challenger Jarody, who received 690 votes, in a bid for an at-large seat on the council.
Rollins, has served one term on the council.
Tuesday night he thanked the residents of Augusta for returning him to another term, his wife, Jan, for running his campaign, and praised his opponent, Jarody, who uses only one name, for having the courage to run for office.
“I think this vote reflects confidence in my first three years in office,” Rollins said. “We had a lot of tough decisions to make.”
All other city and school elections in Augusta were uncontested.
Mayor Roger Katz was unopposed and reelected mayor, with 2,544 votes.
Darek Grant, the only candidate for the Ward 2 council seat, was elected with 653 votes.
Betty Jo Libby, the only candidate for the Ward 3 Board of Education seat, was also elected, with 487 votes.
Nancy Bernier, the only candidate on the ballot for two open at-large seats on the board, received 2,460 votes. There were 82 write-in votes, but the list of write-ins was not immediately available election night.
All results are unofficial.