Abilene: Challenger Jack Rentz defeated incumbent council member Bruce Kreitler, 55%-45%. Rentz received nearly 1K more votes today than in the May election, while Kreitler received about 400 more votes. The third-place finisher in the May election endorsed Rentz.

Dalworthington Gardens: Voters settled a tied election from May by re-electing 16-term incumbent council member Guy Snodgrass, 53%-47% (34-vote margin). He and challenger Horace Riley each received 199 votes in the May election.

Denison: Rayce “Coach” Guess defeated Charles Shearer by 24 votes in a runoff for council P6. Guess won a coin flip after tying Brian Handler for the second-place position in the May election.

Denton: Deb Armintor defeated Fuzzy Newquist, 54%-46%, in the council P5 runoff. Newquist narrowly missed winning the May election outright, finishing more than 700 votes ahead of Armintor.

Flower Mound: Steve Dixon won the mayoral runoff over Cathy Strathmann, 53%-47%.

Lancaster: Council member Clyde Hairston won the mayoral runoff over Spencer Hervey, 59%-41%.

Lewisville: Neil Ferguson defeated Ronni Cade, 52%-48%, in the council P2 runoff.

Pearland: Adrian Hernandez defeated Dalia Kasseb, 63%-37%, in the at-large council seat runoff.

Dallas ISD: Challenger Justin Henry defeated incumbent board member Bernadette Nutall, 63%-37%.

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD: Voters re-elected incumbent Becky St. John over challenger Amy Putnam, who was endorsed by Empower Texans PAC.

Terrell ISD: District Judge Mike Chitty ordered at least 18 ballots by mail be held for inspection prior to opening and being counted. The ballots are believed to be connected to a Terrell woman who has been accused of harvesting votes in other recent Kaufman Co. elections.

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