York Mayor Bracey wins Dem nomination - abc27 WHTM

York Mayor Bracey wins Dem nomination

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Kim Bracey Kim Bracey
Carol Hill-Evans Carol Hill-Evans
YORK, Pa. (WHTM) -

York Mayor Kim Bracey has won the Democratic nomination for mayor.

Bracey was sworn-in for her first term as mayor in 2010. Unless a candidate received 100 write-in votes on the Republican side, Bracey will run unopposed in November's general election.

She was challenged in the primary election by Carol Hill-Evans. Hill-Evans was first elected to York City Council in November 2007 and sworn into office in January 2008. She was re-elected for a second term and sworn into office in 2012.

With 100 percent of the precincts reporting, Bracey received 56 percent of the vote. Hill-Evans received 44 percent.

Bracey was the first African American mayor in York. She was the city's second female mayor.


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