White wins vacant alderman seat in Water Valley
by Associated Press
Published: August 14,2013
Tags: alderman, board of alderman, city, city government, City of Water Valley, elected official, election, Fred White, Kathleen Hawkins, municipal, municipality, politician, public official, Ray Hawkins, University of Mississippi Police Department, vote, voter
WATER VALLEY — Unofficial results of yesterday’s voting in Water Valley show Fred White defeated Kathleen Hawkins for a seat on the town’s Board of Aldermen.
WTVA reports the position opened up when Alderman-elect Ray Hawkins could not assume the post without leaving his job with the University of Mississippi Police Department.
Unofficial results show White defeated Hawkins by a vote of 93-58.
White had served as alderman for nearly 20 years before being defeated in the municipal elections earlier this year.
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