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Clancy wins Midway mayor's seat
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Midway resident Barbara Stevens, Levern Clancy Jr. and Henry Stevens Jr. look at the results of the early voting and absentee ballots for the city of Midway election. - photo by Tiffany King

Levern Clancy Jr., is the new mayor of Midway. 

Clancy defeated challenger Neal Eric Jones Sr.,  by a narrow 156-123 vote margin, according to the Liberty County Board of Elections. 

The four seats on the Midway City Council went to the top four vote getters: Henry Stevens Jr. with 183 votes, T. Gerald Lee with 182 votes, former mayor Clemontine Washington garnered 145 votes and incumbent Melice Gerace had 134 votes. 

Incumbent Stanley Brown was close with 133 votes.

Paul Hawkins ran unopposed for mayor of Flemington and received 113 votes.

The six seats on the Flemington City Council also went to the top vote getters in the at-large race: incumbent William Dasher with 71 votes, Rene Harwell with 71 votes, incumbent David Edwards, who got 69 votes, incumbent Gail Evans, 69 votes, Keith Moran with 67 votes and Donnie Smith with 61 votes. 

The election results are unofficial. 

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