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Hartke beats Wallace in race for Chandler City Council

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Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 12:45 am | Updated: 3:49 pm, Thu Nov 4, 2010.

Kevin Hartke has defeated Donna Wallace in a runoff election for an open Chandler City Council seat.

With all 68 precincts reporting, Hartke had 17,600 votes to Wallace's 16,393.

Numbers were delayed because Chandler's transmission-system malfunctioned, Hartke said.

Hartke spent Tuesday night with supporters at a Chandler Italian restaurant. Wallace hosted a party at her home.

"I'm feeling good," Wallace said. "We feel we've run a campaign with honesty and integrity."

Hartke, a pastor, served on the Council in 2008 as an appointee after Martin Sepulveda was deployed to Iraq. Wallace, a small-business co-owner and sales associate at Macy's, was on the Council from 1998 until term-limited in 2006.

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