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There will be a runoff election for the Place 4 seat on the Burleson City Council.
Ken Shetter received 58.78 percent of the total vote to win the Mayor seat outright. Katherine Reading brought in 34.86 percent and John Garrison received 6.36 percent to round out the mayoral race.
In Place 2, Incumbent Rick Green earned 55.82 percent of the vote to win the seat outright. Roman Pscheidt received 4.13 percent, KJ Topinka brought in 3.63 percent, Robert Boot garnered 10.76 percent and Brooke Wilson received 25.65 percent.
In Place 4, Pam Grant Tatum garnered 38.27 percent of the vote and Todd Hulsey received 42.73 percent. In order to win the seat outright, the person with the highest number of votes would have had to earn 50 percent of the total vote, plus one. Three filed for the seat that is currently held by Matt Aiken, who chose not to run for reelection. Shannan Sutter received 19 percent of the votes for Place 4.
In Place 6, Incumbent Ronnie Johnson earned 58.55 percent of the vote to challenger Jason Morse’s 41.45 percent.
Early voting for the Place 4 runoff election will take place Monday-Friday, June 5-9, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and June 12-13 (Monday-Tuesday), 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Election Day is Saturday, June 17, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. All voting is at Burleson City Hall, 141 W. Renfro St.
MayorJohn Garrison: 216 total votesKatherine Reading: 1183 total votesKen Shetter: 1995 total votes
Roman Pscheidt: 131 total votesKJ Topinka: 115 total votesRobert Boot: 341 total votes
Rick Green: 1769 total votes
Brooke Wilson: 813 total votes
Pam Grant Tatum: 1168 total votes
Shannan Sutter: 580 total votesTodd Hulsey: 1304 total votes
Jason Morse: 1289 total votes
Ronnie Johnson:1821 total votes