Two new commissioners have been elected to serve on the Madison City Commission. In unofficial results from Tuesday’s City Election, Kelly Dybdahl was the top vote-getter with 730 votes, followed by Jeremiah Corbin with 647 votes. Current commissioner Robert Thill received 373 votes. Dybdahl and Corbin will serve three-year terms on the Madison City Commission. Corbin previously served on the commission from 2014 – 2020.
There were 975 total ballots cast in Tuesday’s election, with a voter turnout of 19-point-nine-percent. City Finance Officer Sonya Wilt said there were 74 absentee ballots cast before Tuesday and 901 ballots voted at the City Armory yesterday. Wilt said there are 4890 active registered voters in the City of Madison.
Election results are considered unofficial until they are canvassed by the Madison City Commission at its next regular meeting.