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Runoff Election Set for Tuskegee Election

The city of Tuskegee is going to have wait a little bit longer before citizens find out who will be the next mayor.

Incumbent Mayor Johnny Ford faced several candidates and was not able to get the 50% majority in Tuesday's city election.

As a result, there will be a runoff election between Ford and challenger Omar Neal.

Tuskegee Mayor
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Omar Neal 927 45%
  Johnny Ford 915 44%
  Leon Frazier 133 6%
  Kironde Hearn 82 4%
  Clifford James 20 1%
Tuskegee Council At Large
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Mae Williams 1,279 64%
  Tabitha Jackson 723 36%
Tuskegee Council Dist. 1
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Dyann Robinson 183 43%
  Lutalo Aryee 129 31%
  Cornelus Smith 109 26%
Tuskegee Council Dist. 2
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Louise Fields 421 53%
  Ala Whitehead 367 47%
Tuskegee Council Dist. 3
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Georgette White-Moon 528 63%
  Christopher Hunt 240 29%
  Satese Henderson 69 8%
Union Springs Mayor
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  John McGowan 417 47%
  J. Hinson 372 42%
  Joyce Perrin 80 9%
  Derrick Smoot 10 1%
Union Springs Council Place 3
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Lewis Pugh 439 51%
  James Poe, Jr. 420 49%
Union Springs Council Place 4
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  James Anderson 484 58%
  Louis Sidney, Jr. 355 42%
Union Springs
0% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Union Springs
0% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Union Springs
0% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
Uniontown Mayor
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Jamaal Hunter 546 51%
  Phillip White 509 48%
  Toulis Jones 11 1%
Uniontown Council Dist. 2
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Tyrone Brown 200 58%
  Sherman Norflete 147 42%
Uniontown Council Dist. 4
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Beatrice Turner 140 78%
  Eugene Booker 40 22%
Uniontown Council Dist. 5
0% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Rosaland Bassett 0 0%
  Frank Braxton 0 0%
Wetumpka Mayor
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Jerry Willis 965 65%
  Errol Law 511 35%
Wetumpka Council Dist. 2
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Lewis Washington, Sr. 232 63%
  Elaine Lewis 137 37%
Wetumpka Council Dist. 3
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Kathy Holt 155 44%
  Kevin Robbins 137 39%
  Elisabeth Sheldon 40 11%
  Andrew Powell 19 5%
Wetumpka Council Dist. 4
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Chris Carter 90 51%
  Brian Mann 68 39%
  Chester Smith, Jr. 17 10%
Wetumpka Council Dist. 5
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  William Jones 219 69%
  Dianne Searcy 74 23%
  Tucker Robinson 25 8%
Goodwater Council Dist . 1
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Robert Edwards 346 57%
  Sharon Hawkins 256 43%
Goodwater Council Dist. 2
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  John Kelley 413 67%
  Robert Blalock 202 33%
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