The Duncan Banner

February 11, 2014

Voters to decide races in three area elections

The Duncan Banner

MARLOW — Voting begins at 7 a.m. today and ends at 7 p.m. in a city council race and two school board races.

In the City of Marlow, voters will elect a replacement for Mickey Hoy, who is not seeking a new term. The candidates are Mick Davis, an industrial maintenance technician, Danny Glover, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel, and Christopher Railey, a Goodyear employee.

In the Central High school district, Gayle Repp, a Goodyear Tire Co. employee, and Ericka Carmon, a housekeeper, are seeking the position held by Kelly Johnson, who is not seeking re-election.

Voters in the Voters in the Bray-Doyle school district will choose between

Brian Lee Bearce, a farmer and rancher, and Clayton Kilbourn, an electrical mechanical technician for Halliburton, for Seat 4 on the school board.

Voting precincts in the Marlow City Council election and Bray-Doyle school board race will be at Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Fifth Street Missionary Baptist Church and Gatlin Baptist Church; other voting precincts in the Bray-Doyle school board race include Lakeside Baptists Church, Bray Community Center, Foster Store, Velma Baptist Church and Graceway Baptist Church.

Voting in the Central High school board race will be at Central High Community Center and Gatlin Baptist Church.