A three-way race for the Onondaga Township Supervisor job is now a two-way race.
That’s after two of the Republican candidates for the job ended up with the same number of votes on Primary Night.
Phil Hutchison and Rhiannon Schindewolf-DeShais each got 175 votes – or 36.6% of the vote. Ray Moore finished third in 128.
According to Hutchison’s Facebook page, the Springport native is self-employed.
The winner will very likely replace Supervisor Steve Dwight, as no Democrats filed for the office. That means the winner will run unopposed in November.
6 News will reach out to both candidates to ask about a potential recount. The results are unofficial until they are certified by the county.