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(Enlarge) John Correri, from left, Randy Craig, Barbara Wagner and Mayor Wayne Dougherty are winners in Tuesday night's Havre de Grace City Council election. (Matt Button | Aegis staff)

Wayne Dougherty was re-elected Tuesday to his third term as mayor of Havre de Grace.

Dougherty defeated City Councilman Mitch Shank by almost a 2-1 margin to return to the mayor's office he has held since 2007.

Re-elected to the city council were Randy Craig and John Correri. Also elected to the council was downtown business owner Barbara Wagner.

The three council candidates won in a field of six.

"I'm just a little overwhelmed right now," Dougherty said shortly after the votes were counted at St. Patrick Hall. "The people of Havre de Grace, I thank them so much. We must be doing something right."

Election officials said 1,805 of the city's 7,883 registered voters cast electronic ballots at the polls Tuesday to vote.
Another 18 provisional paper ballots were taken. In addition, at least 49 of the 53 absentee ballot applications had been returned as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, officials said.
The absentee and provisional ballots will be canvassed Thursday.

The unofficial election results are:

Mayor
Wayne Dougherty  1,128
Mitch Shank                647

City Council
Randy Craig           1,251
John Correri             905
Barbara Wagner       878
Diane Lawder              833
Lori Maslin                  606
James Lauer               185

Craig was re-elected to his third term on the council.

Correri, a 35-year veteran of city politics, was re-elected after being appointed to the council last year by Dougherty following the death of councilwoman Brenda Guldenzopf.

Wagner co-owns Bahoukas Antique Mall with her husband and has also been heavily involved in several committees and organizations in Havre de Grace.

This was Wagner's first try for a city office. It was also the first try for Lawder, Maslin and Lauer.


Check back with www.exploreharford.com or see Friday's print edition of The Record for more details on the 2011 Havre de Grace election.

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