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Garcia wins Kerrville City Council Place 1, beating Summerlin with 56 percent of the vote

todayMay 1, 2021

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KERRVILLE, Texas — In a hotly contested race, Roman Garcia was victorious over Mary Ellen Summerlin earning a place on the Kerrville City Council.

Garcia garnered 56.82% of the votes for Place One, while Summerlin ended up with 43.18% of all ballots counted.

All in all, 3,016 (17.42%) of all registered Kerr County voters cast a ballot for the most recent election.

The actual election results are still considered unofficial until certified.

Incumbent Kim Clarkson ran unopposed for Place Two and tallied up 1997 votes.

The City of Ingram had five candidates vying for three places on the Council. The top-three vote-getters will be seated on council.

Bridget Dale (23.96%), Robert Kimbrough (21.01%) and Bill Warren (19.53%) received the most votes, defeating Jimmy Lopez (16.57%) and Claud Bennett Jordan, Jr. (18.93%).


Written by: Michelle Layton

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