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Unofficial vote totals from the Dayton City Council Election on Saturday have Incumbent Position #5 Dayton Council member Troy Barton winning reelection with 243 votes. Challenger Meadow Noyer got 177 votes.  Then, with four candidates vying for Dayton School Trustee Position #2, Saturday’s unofficial totals show that race ending in a tie. Chris Shumaker and Barry Pruitt each received 283 votes. The other two candidates are Juan Carranco 63 votes and Mark Richter with 32 votes. We talked to Liberty County Clerk Lee Haidusek Chambers who said it is unclear at this time how a tie vote will be handled.  First, there will be a recount of the voting but the Liberty County Clerk said she would be very surprised if the tie vote actually changes. Beyond that, Mrs. Chambers said the Dayton school district and the Dayton School Board candidates – Mr. Shumaker and Mr. Pruitt- will be involved in breaking the tie, whether with a second election or some other option. While the district must first check with the Secretary of State’s Office, the most likely scenario is a run-off election. Emergency Services District #3 in the Westlake area proposed a 1 cent sales tax increase to fund the activities of the West Lake Volunteer Fire Department. That proposal passed 63 to 48, unofficially.  The City of Hardin Mayoral race ended Saturday with Harry Johnson unseating Incumbent Stephanie Blume 116 votes to 20. Hardin Mayor Candidate Phyllis Lewing got 5 votes with 3 votes for Heather West-Seward.  Unofficial results in the City of Liberty’s City Council General Election are available. With six candidates vying for three Liberty City Council seats in at-large voting. Incumbents Diane Huddleston received 216 votes, Dennis Beasley also 216 votes and Libby Simonson 181. Challengers Troy Beasley got 86 votes, Ron Blake 26 and Jennfer Regen 107 votes. That means the unofficial winners are the incumbents Diane Huddleston, Dennis Beasley and Libby Simonson. Liberty also held a special election to fill an unexpired council term. Unofficially, Neal Thornton is wins the Liberty City Council Seat with 178 to Ed Seymour’s 163 votes. In the city of Ames, Incumbent Mayor John White was challenged for re-election by Reuben Williams. Unofficially John White has been reelected with 75 to 37 votes for Reuben Williams. Unofficial election results for Position #3 on the Ames City Council have Brittney Allgood winning that race with 62 votes to Loriane (say loraine) C. Coates with 35 votes. Also, in voting for the Position #5 Ames Council Position unofficially Audrey Harrison wins with 60 votes to 43 votes or Brandy C. Pruitt.  Saturday, the Cleveland School District asked residents there to approve a $250 million bond issue to fund the construction of new facilities and expanding existing facilities in preparation of unprecedented student population growth. Unofficially the bond election failed with only 312 voting for it and 354 voting against it. The Cleveland ISD also had two contested school trustee positions. Incumbent Cleveland School Trustee #4 Ronnie Lewis unofficially garnered 293 votes. His opponent Willie Carter is the unofficial winner with 345 votes. Cleveland School Incumbent Trustee #5 Sharica Lewis also lost her seat on the school board with 284 votes to her opponent Amanda Brooks’ 333 votes.

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