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Sylacauga City Council decided; District 3 runoff set for Oct. 6

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SYLACAUGA, Ala. – In Sylacauga’s municipal election on Tuesday, three incumbent council members were awarded a second term.

Two councilmen lost their seats, and the District 3 winner will be determined by a runoff.

In District 1, Councilman Ashton Fowler will serve a second term as voters cast 516 votes for him. Fowler defeated opponents, Mike Landers and Albert L. Patton. Landers received 93 votes, while Patton had 61.

District 2 Councilwoman Tiffany Nix secured her seat for a second term by defeating Andrew Morgan and Laffarin “Deon” Smith. Nix had 203 votes, while Morgan had 82 and Smith 13.

District 3 Councilman Donnie Blackmon lost his seat. DeCorey Hale and Nate Brewer will face each other in a runoff on Oct. 6.

Each candidate put in many hours of hard work campaigning and hope people in District 3 consider them on Oct. 6.

“I’m excited about the runoff. My team and I have worked hard to get to this point, and we see a clear future ahead,” said Hale. “I love Sylacauga and its citizens. And as proven time and time again, I will do the very best I can to help uplift the city of Sylacauga. Moving forward, it’s going to be busy. In addition to campaigning door to door again and speaking with people, I have a few independent projects I’m working on that will benefit the city as well. So it’s a great time.”

Brewer wants to thank those who came out and voted for him on Tuesday and encourages them to come back to the polls on Oct. 6 and vote for him.

District 4 Councilman and current council President Frank “Lee” Perryman defeated Jonathan “Jon” Hall and Jada Thomas-Combs for the District 4 seat. Perryman received 283 votes to Hall’s 103 and Thomas-Combs with 98.

District 5 Councilman Dallas Davenport lost his seat to Laura Barlow Heath. Heath received 124 votes to Davenport’s 65 and candidate John Wesson’s 57.

Voters also elected James “Jim” Heigl to a second term as mayor of the Marble City.

 


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