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Run-off election for Garland City, AR mayor

GARLAND CITY, AR (KSLA) – Garland City voters will have a run-off election to choose a new mayor after months of scandal.

They hope the drama filled city council meetings will now be a thing of the past. 

Former Mayor Yvonne Dockery pleaded guilty to felony theft and resigned from office.                

Voters at the polls made two of the four candidates front runners. 

Kim "Doc" Mills and Connie Vanderwedge beat out Irene Brown and Willie Nash. 

Mills received 40 votes, while Vanderwedge got 31 votes. 

A run-off election will be held February 2nd to decide the winner between the two.

 

 

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