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Houston County Courier - Local News
Stories Added - May 2009
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City to hold run-off election
Houston County Courier -  May 2009

By Daphne Hereford
Managing Editor
News@houstoncountycourier.com

The city of Crockett will hold a run-off election on June 6 to determine which of two candidates in the Saturday, May 9 election will be in council Position 2 
The run-off will be between Woodrow Jones who received 47 votes and Robert Meadows who garnered the nod from 81 citizens in the contested race.
The city of Crockett is the only entity in the county that will be required to hold a run-off election.
The unofficial vote tally and results of the Saturday election are:

City of Crockett

Position 1 – James Hall (incumbent) - 79
Ansel Bradshaw - 139
Position 2 – Darius Kitchen, (incumbent) - 42
Woodrow Jones - 47
Crystal Haynie - 15
Robert Meadows - 81
Darrell Jay Jones - 4
Mayor – Wayne Mask (incumbent) - 484
Renea Minter - 211

City of Lovelady

Position 3 – Write In – David Sulewski - 39
Position 4  - Norma Lane - 48
Position 5 - Byron Shoemaker  (incumbent) - 8
A sale tax proposition - For – 43 and Against - 8

Grapeland ISD

Position 3  - James Anderson (incumbent) - 182
Position 4  - Russell Currie - 150
  Kay Boothe - 82
Position 5 – Eddie Childress (incumbent) - 153
Jim Thorpe - 72

Lovelady ISD

Position 1 – Don Crum (incumbent) - 164
Position 2 – Richard Gunnels (incumbent) - 116
William McKnight - 74
Position 3 – Bruce Monk (incumbent) - 167

Crockett ISD

District 3 – Helen Dubcak (incumbent) - 36
Roy Johnson  - 136
Ben Schaeffer - 84
District 7 – Claude Watson  (incumbent) - 21
Ray Bruner - 112
Lela P. Wheeler - 342



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