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Texoma Election Results

(Source: RNN Texoma) (Source: RNN Texoma)

Election results for areas outside of Wichita Falls.

Holliday Mayoral Election:

Allen Moore - 59

Kenneth Wheeler - 18

Henrietta ISD Board of Trustees:

Place 5

Harlam Laseman - 140

Monte Marchman - 77

Brad Yurcho - 148

Place 6

Betty Ellsworth - 214

Krisi Allen - 151

Place 7

Nala Chambers - 331

Petrolia City Council:

Sonya Harrison Labrie - 52

William Almasy - 29

D.L. Lundy - 56

Everett England - 43

Carolyn Holley - 47

James Cline - 15

Olney Mayoral Election:

Phil Jeske II - 254

Olney City Council:

Kathy Muncy - 69

Terri Thompson Wipperman - 144

Harrison Wellman - 168

Andrew McPhie - 105

Paige Scott - 53

Stacy J. Turner - 17

Jack Matney - 2

Graham Mayoral Election:

Neal Blanton - 339

R. C. Lyon - 148

City of Burkburnett Commissioners:

Josh Andrajack - 487

Theophile Kwas - 412

Marguerite Love - 433

Jeremy Duff - 419

Carl Law - 459

Burkburnett Proposition A

For - 601

Against - 229

Burkburnett Proposition B

For - 161

Against - 666

Burkburnett Proposition C

For - 657

Against - 142

Burkburnett Proposition D

For - 609 

Against - 184

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