Evergreen Mayor Holds On To Seat

Evergreen Mayor Holds On To Seat

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Evergreen's Mayor will hold on to his seat following yesterday's election.

According to the Evergreen City Clerk, Pete Wolff, III received 925 votes. Challenger and former Mayor Larry Fluker received 697 votes and Jimmy Taylor received 125 votes.

In the race for City Council, John D. Skinner won the District 1 seat with 176 votes. Marion Booker got 81 votes. Trent D. McDaniel got 58 votes. Homer Chavers received 26 votes.

In District 2, Chad Miller won with 246 votes. Diane Skipper received 107 votes.

Luther Upton won the District 3 seat with 200 votes. Joye Fordham received 167 and Jeane Godwin received 38.

Vivian Fountain ran unopposed for the District 4 Council seat.

In District 5, Maxine Harris won with 153 votes. Katrenia Cunningham received 118 votes.

 

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