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Breaking news: unofficial early voting totals released

by | May 4, 2019 | Latest

For preliminary early voting totals in the Farmersville City Council race for May 4, the following results have been released as of 7 p.m.

Unopposed incumbent candidate for Place 1, Craig Overstreet has received 119 votes (100 percent.)

In Place 3, unopposed candidate Jim Hemby has received 119 votes (100 percent).

For Place 5, Dwain Mathers is in the lead with 89 votes (52.05 percent) and incumbent Todd Rolen has 82 votes (47.95 percent).

In the Farmersville ISD board of trustees election, in Place 5, Tommy Monk is in the lead with 145 votes (67.13 percent) while challenger David Ketcher has 71 voter (32.87 percent).

For Place 6, unopposed candidate Brian Brazil has 153 votes (100 percent).

In Place 7, unopposed candidate Jason McTee has 150 votes (100 percent).

For Collin College board of trustees, in Place 2, unopposed candidate Jay Saad has 21,593 votes (100 percent).

For Place 4, Greg Gomel is in the lead with 15,649 votes (63.56 percent) while challenger Buzz Kolbe has received 8,972 votes (36.44 percent).

In Place 5, unopposed candidate Raj Menon has 20,178 votes (100 percent).

For place 6, Stacy Anne Arias has 14,499 (53.55 percent) while Tim Chappell has 12,579 percent (46.45 percent).

Unofficial final election results will be posted once they become available, most likely after 10 p.m. tonight.

 

American Heart Assoc.

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