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Murray, Woodburn election results

Published: Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013 3:39 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013 3:51 p.m. CDT

These are the unofficial results from Murray and Woodburn's city council and mayoral elections from Clarke County Auditor's office. The election was held Tuesday, Nov. 5.


There were no contested races in Murray.

Scott Busick ran unopposed for mayor and received 50 votes. For Murray City Council's at-large seats, there were two candidates and citizens were allowed to vote for to people on the ballot.

Lois Hamilton received 45 votes and Ken Harrison received 46 votes.

Murray had a total of 524 registered voters and 58 people voted in the election. This is approximately 11 percent of the voting population.


In the race for mayor of Woodburn, Randy Wright ran unopposed in the election and received 30 votes.

There was a contested race for Woodburn City Council's at-large seats. There were six people running and citizens were allowed to vote for three people on the ballot.

The three winners were Vickie Brown with 34 votes, Joy Durham with 27 votes and Teresa Wright with 22 votes.

David Reynolds had 16 votes, Mike McCloney had 14 votes and Joe Wright had 10 votes.

Woodburn had a total of 146 registered voters and 44 people voted in the election. This is 30 percent of the voting population.

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