Bangor voters have returned an incumbent to the City Council and chosen three others to join the body, including an immigrant from Nigeria.
Faced with the largest field of City Council candidates in at least 35 years, residents gave the most votes to incumbent Councilor Dan Tremble (2,083), Angela Okafor (1,881) and Rick Fournier (1,725), according to unofficial results. Okafor and Fournier will fill the seats of two councilors whose terms ended this fall and didn’t run for re-election: Gibran Graham and Cary Weston.
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- Race has been called - Candidate has been eliminated
Tremble, Okafor and Fournier will serve three years on the council.