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A number of municipalities across Jackson County had contested races in the Nov. 5 election. See results from those elections below. (This story will be updated throughout election night as results come in.)

JEFFERSON

City Council District 5

  • Don Kupis (I) - 86
  • Clint Roberts - 111

School Board District 4

  • Dana Phillips - 33
  • Lisa Richmond (I) - 76

COMMERCE

City Council Ward 3

  • Mark Fitzpatrick (I) - 86
  • Alicia Vargas - 63

City Council Ward 4

  • Sam Cotton - 163
  • Bobby Redmon (I) - 225

City Council Ward 5

  • Johnny Eubanks (I) - 105
  • Eric Merrell - 31

School Board District 3

  • Bill Davis (I) - 55
  • Knox Smith - 91

School Board District 4

  • Rodney Gary (I) - 181
  • Kyle Moore - 210

School Board District 5

  • Roshuanda Merritt - 65
  • Paul Sergent (I) - 71

BRASELTON

Town Council District 1

  • Joy Basham - 49
  • Richard Mayberry - 58
  • Becky Richardson (I) - 86

Because no candidate secured 50-percent of the vote, there will be a runoff Dec. 3 for the District 1 race between Richardson and Mayberry.

Town Council District 3

  • Tony Funari (I) - 46
  • Jim Joedecke - 207

HOSCHTON

Posts 5 and 6

  • Shantwon Astin - 233
  • Mindi Kiewert (I) - 129
  • Adam Ledbetter - 236

(The top two vote-getters secure the two seats on the Hoschton City Council.)

MAYSVILLE

Mayor

  • Richard Presley (I) - 240
  • Lynn Villyard - 153

City Council Ward 2

  • Susan Cooley - 57
  • Junior Hardy (I) - 74

ARCADE

Three at-large city council seats

  • Cindy Bone (I) - 44
  • Shane Cox (I) - 38
  • Marsha Fields - 23
  • Thomas Hays (I) - 33

(The top three vote-getters will secure the three seats in the Arcade City Council race.)

NICHOLSON

Two at-large city council seats

  • David Michael Barfield (I) - 59
  • Bobby Crawford - 39
  • Diane Merriweather - 29
  • Dillard Lamar Watkins (I) - 81

(The top two vote-getters will secure the two Nicholson City Council seats up for election.)

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HRM THE QUEEN

it seems like commerce went with the good old boy in one race. she should have ran away with the race if anyone cared who was most qualified for the job. she is more qualified than any person that was up for election.

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