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Fry, Callendar to face off in run off

Incumbent Constable Ben Fry and challenger Roy Callendar, Jr. will face off in the run off election for the Republican nomination for Constable Precinct one, following Tuesday night’s elections.

Fry got 819 votes (27.73 percent) while Callendar received 698 votes (23.63 percent). Fry was facing four Republican challengers in a race to maintain his seat as Constable as Jim Pharr, Clint Tims and Gary Perkins were also in the running. Pharr just missed out on the run off after getting 630 votes, Tims got 562 votes and Perkins 245 votes according to unofficial numbers released by the county.

Early voting for the run off election will begin July 23 and end July 27. Primary run off Election Day is July 31. July 2 is the last day to register for the Primary run off election.



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