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The Shawnee News-Star
  • Fisher elected Seminole mayor; school board run-off set in Konawa

  • Voters in the city of Seminole chose a mayor in Tuesday’s elections while a run-off will be needed for a school board seat in Konawa.
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  • Voters in the city of Seminole chose a mayor in Tuesday’s elections while a run-off will be needed for a school board seat in Konawa.
    In the Seminole mayor’s race, Chayne Fisher tallied 127 votes, or 84.7 percent, while Connie Mac Colwell received 18 votes, or 15.3 percent.
    Several school board races also were held in Seminole County.
    In Konawa, four candidates ran for the Office No. 3 seat, where a runoff will be required.
    Jon Tarver tallied 44 votes, or 22.2 percent, while Katie Akerman had 46 votes, or 23.2 percent. Tammie Tooley tallied 71 votes, or 35.9 percent and Bobby L. Hatler had 37 votes or 18.7 percent.
    For the Bowlegs Office No. 3 seat, Elizabeth Haws defeated Debbie Johnson. Haws had 28 votes, or 56 percent, while Johnson had 22 votes, or 44 percent.
    A Proposition for Strother Schools was defeated by 89.4 percent.
    According to unofficial results, 168 voted against the measure, while 19 voted yes to capture 10.6 percent of that vote.
     
     

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