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Whiteley voted new WF City Councilor

(Source:RNN Texoma) (Source:RNN Texoma)
WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) -

Wichita Falls voters made their decision Saturday nighton who will fill the City Councilor At-Large seat. Bobby Whiteley is the new City Councilor.

Whiteley received 1594 votes totaling 68.38%

Penny Miller got 737 votes and 31.62%

Whiteley ran against Penny Miller after a November 7th election ended in a runoff between the two.

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