In last week’s Bonanza, the opinion letter, “This town deserves the respect of all its residents,” contained misinformation.
According to the Washoe County Registrar of Voters, there are about 6,845 registered voters in Incline Village; of those, about 2,012 ballots were submitted in the June 12 primary election for the IVGID race.
Of the 5,613 total votes cast for the IVGID race, according to official election results from Washoe County, Aaron Katz received 248, or 4.42 percent. Looking at it a different way, Katz got 242 votes out of the 2,012 ballots submitted for the IVGID race — that equates to 12 percent.
The Bonanza regrets the error.