MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Montgomery County’s election center has released the final numbers for last week’s municipal elections. The results were certified by the canvassing board then approved by the Montgomery City Council at its meeting Tuesday.
The unofficial results from election night were all upheld, with Mayor Steven Reed and most City Council incumbents earning new terms. The only incumbent to lose her seat was District 4′s Audrey Billups-Graham. That seat is also up for the sole runoff on Oct. 3 between Kahlia Bell and Franetta DeLayne Riley.
Another notable incumbent is Charles Jinright. The longtime councilman barely re-won his eight term with just over 130 votes.
District 2′s and 7′s respective incumbents, Brantley Lyons and Clay McInnis, did not run.
The election center reports 40,340 ballots were cast out of 138,724 registered voters, giving a voter turnout of about 29%.
|Marcus S. McNeal||384||0.95|
City Council - District 2
|Julie Turner Beard||2,524||57.65|
City Council - District 3
|Patricia H. June||631||27.55|
City Council - District 4
|Oscar Boykin Jr.||161||3.54|
|Terance “Watchdog” Dawson||426||9.36|
|Franetta DeLayne Riley||1,330||29.21|
City Council - District 5
|Cornelius “CC” Calhoun||3,080||75.16|
|Aundrey L. Ruffin||1,018||24.84|
City Council - District 7
|Charles R. Dillihay||353||6.73|
City Council - District 8
|Glen O. Pruitt Jr.||3,099||68.35|
City Council - District 9
|Charles W. Jinright||2,793||51.22|
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