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May 11, 2013

Voters soundly defeat Weatherford ISD bond proposal

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In the Reno City Council race, Eric Hunter easily outpolled Carol Houlihan in early voting, taking 87 percent of the early ballots.

Early voting in the Millsap ISD race, with two seats open, had incumbents Jerry Walker (50 percent) and Tommy Lucia (39 percent) out in front of challenger Tim Kukuk (11 percent).

In Willow Park's contested city council race, early voting results had Brian Thornburg with 62 percent of the votes to 38 percent for Chaen Gilliland.

In the Springtown mayor's race, incumbent Doug Hughes capture58 percent of the early votes to 42 percent for challenger Tom Clayton.

In the contested Springtown ISD races, Place 1 incumbent Mike Ray took 51 percent of the early votes to 49 percent for opponent Rusty Brawner. In the Place 3 race, challenger Jay Grubis received 51 percent of the early votes to 49 percent for incumbent Vicky Trichel. In the Place 7 race, Al Garrett received 64 percent of the early votes to 26 percent for Damon Liles and 10 percent for Gene Terry.

In the Annetta City Council place 3 race, incumbent Chuck Sheridan took 74 percent of the early votes to 26 percent for Joann Jessup while in the Place 5 race, Kent Stasey received 70 percent of the early votes to 30 percent for Mike Brasovan.

In the Annetta mayoral race, incumbent Bruck Pinckard took 76 percent of the early vote to 24 percent for Rick Machak.

We will add more results to this story.

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