Dale Randol beat Shea Johnson in the lone contested Hollywood Park City Council election on May 6.

Bexar County elections data showed Randol, president and CEO of the San Antonio-based IBC Insurance Agency, victorious in the Place 3 race with 60.3% of the vote.

Randol and Johnson, an executive with Alamo System Industries, a regional developer/general contractor, filed for a bid to succeed current Place 3 representative Michael Voorhies, who opted against re-election after one term in office.

According to election totals, Johnson won the early voting period with 65 votes against Randol's 60 votes.

But Randol's supporters came out on election day to carry him to victory, as he tallied 165 Election Day votes versus Johnson's 83 votes the same day.

Randol pledged to advocate for more cooperation between city government and community organizations, and campaigned for fiscal stewardship of tax dollars and and expanding street maintenance.

Randol thanked Johnson for a hard-fought campaign.

"Hollywood Park won today with a great slate of candidates. Thank you for the support," Randol told Community Impact.

There were no contests for Hollywood Park’s two other council seats this election cycle.

Chester Drash, appointed to a fill the Place 1 vacancy in May 2022, was the only resident to file for a full two-year term in that seat.

Place 5 Council Member Glenna Pearce drew no opposition in applying for a second two-year term in office.

All results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all elections.