Matthys, Allen retain council seats
Submitted by crecord2010 on Tue, 05/14/2013 - 3:57pm
The City of Cuero general election was held May 11. A light turn out determined two city council positions.
District one councilman John Fuqua ran unopposed. He received 22 votes in early voting and 20 votes on election day, a total of 42 votes.
District four councilman Roy Johnson also ran unopposed. He received 32 votes in early voting and 18 votes on election day, a total of 50 votes.
Councilman at-large incumbents Bill Matthys and W.T. “Tony” Allen were re-elected to council. Mathis received 84 early votes and 69 votes on election day, a total of 153 votes. Allen received 84 early votes and 64 votes on election day, a total of 148 votes. David L. Ruiz also ran for the position, but was not elected. He received five early votes and 11 votes on election day, a total of 16 votes.
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