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EPHRATA — For the second time in two years, Grant County voters decided Tuesday to retain Angus Lee as Grant County prosecutor.
Only this time, he was elected to a four-year term.
He’s currently winning with 53.2 percent of the vote.
Both years, he faced a challenge from Albert Lin, a former Grant County deputy prosecutor who claimed Lee has neither the experience nor character to serve as a prosecutor.
Lee, however, was winning Tuesday’s race with 8,520 votes to Lin’s 7,490 votes.
Lee was first appointed by county commissioners in January 2009, and won his first bid for election last November to finish the term, which ends next January.
“It is an honor to continue serving the people of Grant County,” Lee said, responding to an e-mail seeking a statement on his victory.