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Voters to the polls Saturday in city/school election

by Dolores Hamilton
Voters in Iowa Park and the Iowa Park school district will go to the polls Saturday to elect two city council members and mayor, and two trustees on the school board.

When early voting ended on Tuesday, 164 votes had been cast in the city and the school board election.

On Saturday the polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the following locations:

Precincts 307, 309, 310, 412, 413, and 414 will vote at Friendly Door Senior Citizens Center, 810 N. 3rd in Iowa Park.

Precinct 106 (Wichita County) and Precinct 1 (Archer County) will vote at the West Wichita Co-Op, 5696 FM 1206, in Valley View.

In the city council race, John Campbell, Carmen Lozipone and Brad Wynn are running for Place 2. Ray Schultz is running unopposed to retain the position of mayor, and incumbent Lori Shierry is running unopposed for Place 4.

In the school board election, Dustin Hostas and Scot Davis are funning for Place 4, and incumbent Ken Cooper is running unopposed for his position on Place 5.