Incumbent Leonard Reed and challenger William Brown have won their respective races for Willis City Council, with 39 out of 39 election day precincts reporting results for the May 4 election.
Reed will retain his position as mayor after earning 65 voter or 84.24% of the vote, while Cloresa Porter earned 11 votes or 15.76% of the vote.
Challenger Brown will take position 5 on the Willis City Council, after earning 52 votes or 77.91% of the vote, while challenger Kaye Maglitto earned 16 or 22.09% of the vote.
All results are unofficial until canvassed. Candidates could not be reached as of press time.
Posted 7:50 p.m.
With early voting results in for the May 4 election, Leonard Reed and William Brown have taken the lead in their respective races for Willis mayor and Position 5.
Reed received 65 early votes, or 85.53% of the vote, while Cloresa Porter received 11 votes, or 14.47% of the vote, according to early voting results. To read the candidate Q&A for this race, click here. Incumbent Reed has been the mayor of Willis since 2003.
City Council Position 5 candidate William Brown earned 52 early votes, or 76.47% of the vote, while Kaye Maglitto earned 15 votes ,or 23.53% of the vote, according to early voting results.
All results are unofficial until canvassed.