Incumbent Ronni Cade won her bid for re-election to Lewisville City Council Place 3 on May 6.
Cade defeated Wilfred Ignace Jr. with 83.07% of the vote, according to results. She had 2,065 votes while Ignace had 421 votes.
“It’s hard for me to say anything about my re-election right now,” Cade said. “My heart is absolutely breaking [for the Allen shooting victims].”
The Allen Police Department confirmed in a social media post that nine people died during a shooting May 6 at the Allen Premium Outlets.
Cade said she is looking forward to continuing work on several council priorities, including mall redevelopment and the revitalization of the Business 121 corridor.
“I’m absolutely ecstatic that I get to serve Lewisville for three more years,” she said.
Posted 7:32 p.m. May 6
Incumbent Ronni Cade leads Will Ignace Jr. in the Lewisville City Council Place 3 race with 82.97% of the vote, according to early results.
Cade leads with 1,510 votes while Ignace has 310 votes.
Cade was elected to Place 3 in 2021; she also served a four-year term on council from 1994-1998, where she held the position of Mayor Pro Tem and Deputy Mayor Pro Tem. Cade has lived in Lewisville for 52 years and graduated from Lewisville High School in 1980.
Ignace Jr. is a Lewisville insurance agent.
Incumbent Bob Troyer is running unopposed for Place 1, a spot he has held since 2017.
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