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BEND, OR -- Voters have elected two challengers to replace incumbents on the Bend City Council. Melanie Kebler picked up more than 60-per cent of the vote to defeat Justin Livingston who received 39-per cent of the vote for council position 1.

Challenger Megan Perkins defeated incumbent Chris Piper 52-per cent to 39-per cent for council position 3.. Anthony Broadman easily beat August Paul Johnson for council position 2 and for council position 4, Rita Schenkelberg defeated Michael Hughes 57-per cent to 32-per cent.
 

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