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Two incumbents re-elected to Kensington Town Council

Turnout was just under 25%

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Two incumbents were re-elected to the Kensington Town Council on Monday.

Council Members Conor Crimmins and Darin Bartram, who each ran for re-election, received 318 votes and 246 votes, respectively, according to the town’s website.

Third-place finisher Tim Willard received 151 votes.

Kensington’s mayor and council members serve staggered two-year terms, with elections held each June. Bartram was first elected in 2013 and Crimmins was elected in 2017.

There were 387 votes cast in the city’s election out of 1,572 registered voters, according to the town’s website.

Residents were allowed to vote both in person and by absentee ballot.

Dan Schere can be reached at daniel.schere@bethesdamagazine.com