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Incumbent, former schools chief elected to Lincolnton City Council

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    Mayor

    (R) John Gilleland Jr. →  1,276

    Ward I

    (R) Devin Rhyne →  981

    (D) Mary Frances White→  942

    Ward III

    (D) Martin Eaddy→  1,035

    (R) Jerry “Jay” Thomas→  887

    (8 of 8 precincts reporting)



Incumbent Republican Devin Rhyne was re-elected to the Lincolnton City Council on Tuesday, while former Lincoln County Schools Superintendent Martin Eaddy defeated opponent Jerry “Jay” Thomas for the Ward III seat, according to unofficial returns with all precincts reporting.

Rhyne beat Democratic challenger Mary Frances White, owner of Ebony & White’s Funeral Service in Lincolnton. Rhyne captured 981 votes to White’s 942 votes, according to unofficial returns.

Eaddy is a Democrat whose wife, Jill, once served on the council. He beat Thomas, a Republican, 1.035 votes to 887 votes, unofficial returns show.

Thomas operates Highway 55 Burgers, Shakes & Fries at Franklin Square in Gastonia.

Republican Mayor John Gilleland Jr. ran unopposed.

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