Council race in Michigan town settled by two pieces of paper

Timeen Adair, right, won a seat on the city council in Rogers City, Mich., after a 616-616 tie with Brittany VanderWall. The election tie was settled Monday, Nov. 14, 2022, when the candidates pulled pieces of paper from a bowl. Adair's said "elected." (Julie Riddle/The Alpena News via AP)

Timeen Adair, right, won a seat on the city council in Rogers City, Mich., after a 616-616 tie with Brittany VanderWall. The election tie was settled Monday, Nov. 14, 2022, when the candidates pulled pieces of paper from a bowl. Adair's said "elected." (Julie Riddle/The Alpena News via AP)

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