Three incumbents re-elected; one newcomer joins council
By Ramsey Scott
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 at 11:38 pm (Updated: November 6, 11:30 am)
Littleton’s City Council has a new member to go along with new restrictions on how it operates.
The city's voters re-elected Councilmen Bruce Stahlman and Bruce Beckman to their at-large seats. The two incumbents overcame challenges from John Watson and James Dean.
In the final unoffical count, Beckman had received 4,318 votes; Stahlman, 4,002 votes; Watson, 2,755; and Dean, 2,342.
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