City council election date set in Ada

By: KXII Staff Email
By: KXII Staff Email

ADA - Governor Brad Henry has set a date for a new city council election in Ada. Mayor Donna York and challenger Dick Scalf will go head-to-head once again on May 8th.

Scalf won the March election by one vote, but an investigation revealed a convicted felon was allowed to vote. Judge Tom Landrith tossed that ballot out and called for a new election.

The winner will serve as council member for Ward One.

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