November 12, 1992 |
A Mendocino County supervisor has won reelection by a single vote out of more than 8,000 cast, election officials said. Liz Henry took a 24-vote lead over challenger Heather Drum on Election Day, but the final count of absentee ballots reduced Henry's margin to one, County Clerk Marsha A. Young said Tuesday. "Luckily, I voted for myself," Henry said. The final tally in the rural, mill-town district that includes Ft. Bragg was 3,938 votes for Henry and 3,937 for Drum.