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Clay City elects familiar faces

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Two of the Clay City Town Council members were re-elected Tuesday during the 2011 Municipal Election.

The other member is a familiar face.

Guy Dickerson -- a Democrat -- earned 123 votes to remain a council member. In addition, Republican Robert Freeman will also remain on the council after garnering 104 votes.

Joining both Dickerson and Freeman on the Clay City Town Council will be Roy Chenoweth. The Republican has been a town council member before.

Chenoweth tallied 111 votes to earn the victory.

Also running were Democrats Tammy Sue (Fulk) Wilson and Richard Sutton. Wilson finished with 64 votes, while Sutton tallied 25.

In the race for the Clay City Clerk-Treasurer, Melinda Booe -- a Democrat -- captured the victory, tallying 128 votes. Her opponent, Danny Wilson, finished with 25 votes.

The only other race throughout the county took part in Knightsvile, where Republican Jason Walker knocked off Charlotte Reyher to become the town's Clerk-Treasurer.

Walker finished with 51 votes, while Reyher had 35.


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Congratulations to everyone!

-- Posted by bikerlady on Wed, Nov 9, 2011, at 7:26 AM

Congratulations!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Wed, Nov 9, 2011, at 11:14 AM


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