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Election results are in!

May 16, 2011

The election results from the Borger City Council and Borger Independent School Board races are officially in!
Robert Vinyard won re-election in the general election held Saturday, May 14 over challengers Brandy Callahan and John Ray.
According to unofficial vote totals released by the City of Borger, Vinyard received 394 votes to Callahan’s 321 votes and Ray’s 60 votes.
In early voting, Vinyard received 183 votes, Callahan received 202 votes, and Ray received 38 votes.
Citizens in Precincts 33 and 42, who cast votes at Paul Belton Early Childhood Center on Saturday, cast 71 votes for Vinyard, 42 votes for Callahan, and 10 votes for Ray.
Precinct 11 citizens, who cast votes at Borger Middle School on Saturday, cast 78 votes for Vinyard, 39 votes for Callahan, and 11 votes for Ray.
Citizens in Precincts 14 and 23, who cast votes at Fairlanes Baptist Church on Saturday, cast 62 votes for Vinyard, 38 votes for Callahan, and 11 votes for Ray.
Jeff Brain, who ran unopposed for Borger City Council Place Three, received 345 votes in early voting, 97 votes in Precincts 33 and 42, 107 votes in Precinct 11, and 80 votes in Precincts 14 and 23 for a total of 629 votes.
For the Borger City Council races, 758 votes were cast in early voting, 220 votes were cast in Precincts 33 and 42, 235 were cast in Precinct 11, and 191 were cast in Precincts 14 and 23 for a total of 1,404 votes cast overall.
In the Borger ISD School Board race, incumbent Robert Bradley won re-election with a total of 417 votes and Les Sharp won election to his first term on the board with 390 votes. Fellow candidates Scott D. Mills and Diedre Hood received 331 and 229 votes respectively. The top two vote-getters are elected to the board.
In early voting, Bradley received 224 votes, Sharp received 193 votes, Mills received 156 votes, and Hood received 112 votes.
Citizens in Precinct 33 and 42 cast 61 votes for Bradley, 50 votes for Sharp, 58 votes for Mills, and 46 votes for Hood.
Precinct 11 citizens cast 66 votes for Bradley, 70 votes for Sharp, 53 votes for Mills, and 38 votes for Hood.
Citizens in Precincts 14 and 23 cast 66 votes for Bradley, 77 votes for Sharp, 64 votes for Mills, and 33 votes for Hood.
Kent D. Gray, who ran unopposed for a three-year term on the board (Place 3), received 364 votes in early voting, 77 votes in Precincts 33 and 42, 93 votes in Precinct 11, and 109 votes in Precincts 14 and 23 for a total of 643 votes.
For the Borger ISD School Board races, 1,049 votes were cast in early voting, 292 votes were cast in Precincts 33 and 42, 320 votes were cast in Precinct 11, and 349 votes were cast in Precincts 14 and 23 for a total of 2,010 votes overall.
The results of these two elections will be officially canvassed at the upcoming Borger City Council and Borger ISD School Board meetings, both set for Tuesday.

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