Not Much of a Pattern Either

In dozens of local ballots, voters are of several minds

In cities and towns across the country last week, voters were in an unpredictable and slightly cranky mood. In tiny (population: 1,200) Enoch, Utah, Mayor Worth Grimshaw was re-elected handily only days after he was jailed for demolishing his 1962 Chevy with an ax so that his ex-wife would not gain custody of the car. In Kingston, N.Y., Mayor Donald Quick won his race despite campaign accusations that he had fixed parking tickets. Voters of Belmont County, Ohio, elected Wayne Hays, 70, who resigned...

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