UPDATED: Randy Taylor Elected Mayor of Salisbury as Final Ballots Counted Friday

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UPDATED – 11/17/23 – The final provisional and mail-in ballots were counted Friday in the November 7th Mayor and Council election. Randy Taylor wins the Mayor’s race by 50 votes over Megan Outten – 1150 to 1100 votes. Jermichael Mitchell finished with 914 votes. In the City Council races, April Jackson retains her District 1 seat with 419 tallies to 135 for Von Siggers. In District 2, incumbent D’Shawn Doughty had 311 votes to Wayne King’s 133. The new representative for District 3 is Sharon Dashiell who got 626 votes to Joan Michalowicz’s 102. Incumbent Michele Gregory returns to District 4 after grabbing 382 votes to Harvey Evans 182. Angela Blake ran unopposed for the District 5 seat. Randy Taylor will be sworn in on Monday.

MAYOR

  • Randy Taylor – 1150
  • Megan Outten – 1100
  • Jermichael Mitchell – 914

 

CITY COUNCIL

District 1

  • April Jackson (I) – 419
  • Von Siggers – 135

 

District 2

  • D’Shawn Doughty (I) – 311
  • Wayne King – 133

 

District 3

  • Sharon Dashiell – 626
  • Joan Michalowicz – 102

 

District 4

  • Michele Gregory (I) – 382
  • Harvey Evans – 182

 

District 5

  • Angela Blake (I) – 408

 

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UPDATED – 11/16/23 – On Friday, November 17th, voters in Salisbury may finally know the final results of the Mayor and City Council election on November 7th. Last week after the first round of mail-in votes was counted Randy Taylor’s lead over Megan Outten grew by 9 votes – giving Taylor a total of 1055 to Outten’s 1032 – 65 total votes separating the two for the Mayor’s office.

Friday morning beginning at 10 the provisional votes will be counted as well as the remaining mail-in ballots that were postmarked on or before November 7th. There are about 65 or so remaining ballots according to the City Clerk’s office.

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UPDATED –  11/10/23 – The votes are still being counted after Salisbury’s Municipal Election on Tuesday. There are still provisional ballots and a second round of absentee ballots to be counted. On Thursday, the first round of mail-in ballots were opened, reviewed and/or counted. The Mayor’s race remains close between Randy Taylor who added 88 mail-in votes to his 1032 tallies from Tuesday and Megan Outten who added 79 mail-in ballots to her 976 votes from Tuesday. 65 votes separate them. On Friday, November 17 the Board of Elections for Wicomico County will begin the process of opening, reviewing and/or counting the Provision and remaining mail-in ballots cast in the Salisbury General Election on November 7th.

See below – current totals with mail-in ballots counted on Thursday, November 9th added to Tuesday’s election results.

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UPDATED – 11/07/23 – Salisbury voters went to the polls Tuesday to elect a mayor and full city council.  These are unofficial results – absentee and provisional ballots have not yet been counted.   All terms for the winners are for 4 years. 

MAYOR

  • Randy Taylor – 1032 + 88 = 1120
  • Megan Outten – 976 + 79 = 1055
  • Jermichael Mitchell – 810 + 51 = 861

Incumbent Mayor Jack Heath did not run for re-election

 

CITY COUNCIL

District  1 –

  • April Jackson (I) – 356 + 43 = 399
  • Von Siggers – 119 + 12 = 131

District 2  – 

  • D’Shawn Doughty (I) – 292 + 14 = 306
  • Wayne King – 127 + 4 = 131

District 3 – 

  • Sharon Dashiell – 570 + 40 = 610
  • Joan Michalowicz  – 85 + 12 = 97

District 4 – 

  • Michele Gregory (I) – 334 + 28 = 362
  • Harvey Evans – 165 + 10 = 175

District 5  – 

  • Angela Blake (I) – 351 + 32 = 383

 

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