Unopposed incumbents Joy McKnight and Kristy Mock have been re-elected to the Carver City Council.
McKnight received 42.21% of the votes and Mock received 56.45% from the single precinct, according to the Minnesota Secretary of State results, as of Friday.
McKnight received 1,577 votes and Mock received 2,109 votes. Fifty voters wrote in a candidate.
McKnight was appointed to the Carver City Council in January 2019 and has more than 15 years of experience on the City of Carver Planning Commission. She currently works at Illinois Tool Works.
“I’m very pleased with the results. I’m pleased to be able to serve four more years on the City Council,” McKnight told the newspaper. “I really feel like we have a great council and I’m excited to continue to work with team.”
Mock currently serves on the Carver City Council and is a master gardener coordinator with the University of Minnesota Extension.In the past, Mock has worked as a liaison with the Historic Preservation Commission, vice president of the Carver Lions Club, Steamboat Days chair, and has 20 years of experience working in local government, she said.
“I want to send a heartfelt thank you to everyone who went out and voted. I truly appreciate the support and look forward to supporting Carver in return. The community has given me the chance to lead once again, and I look forward representing the city to the best of my abilities,” Mock told the newspaper.