The results are in!

Area voters approved a $9.9 million Gatesville High School bond package, elected three local offi cials and agreed to wine and beer sales in one town’s city limits in the Nov. 5 general election.

Early voting got off to a slow start with a total of 2,203 ballots cast, including 37 mail-in ballots, in Coryell County. Of that total, 1,090 ballots were cast in Gatesville through the Nov. 1 deadline.

On Tuesday, area voters came out in force to support local and statewide amendments and elect three local offi cials.

Gatesville residents selected Robert Michael Kent to fill the Gatesville City Council Ward 1, Place 1 seat vacated by David Mitchell, who retired last month.

Two incumbents retained their seats on the Gatesville Independent School District Board of Trustees as voters selected Cheyenne Kizer and Mary Anne Leib to continue their service on the school board.

Tuesday’s election still leaves one Board seat open.

 

 

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