Griffin takes special election over Gordge

BLYTHEWOOD – Blythewood voters gave the nod to Sloan Griffin, III in Tuesday night’s special election to fill the two remaining years on the town council seat vacated by Bryan Franklin in November when he was elected mayor.

With only a 7.06 percent turnout, possibly the lowest in the town’s history, Griffin, with 118 votes squeaked past former town councilman Malcolm Gordge with 103 votes.

Find complete election results in the Thursday, Feb. 13 issue of The Voice.