The three incumbents for the Falls Church City Council — David Tarter, Phil Duncan and Letty Hardi — won reelection yesterday.
The city announced the official results today, saying that 45% of the 9,910 active, registered voters in the city voted in the election.
“The last ‘off-year election’ (with no federal or gubernatorial races on the ballot) was Nov. 3, 2015, where 42.1% of active voters participated,” the press release said.
Here are the results for the City Council race:
- Letty C. Hardi: 31.1%
- David Tarter: 30.3%
- Philip Duncan: 25.2%
- Stuart Whitaker: 12.5%
The councilmembers will be sworn in on Monday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers (300 Park Avenue). The City Council will then vote on the mayor and vice mayor on Monday, Jan. 6.
For the city’s school board, Philip Reitinger was re-elected and will be joined by newcomers Susan Dimock and Laura Downs.
Here are the results for the school board race:
- Laura Downs: 31.5%
- Susan Dimock: 30%
- Philip Reitinger: 24.1%
- Douglass Stevens: 13.7%
Democrat Parisa Dehghani-Tafti was newly elected as the Commonwealth’s Attorney for Arlington County and the City of Falls Church.
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