In the one contested Grapevine City Council race in Saturday’s election, Mayor Pro Tem C. Shane Wilbanks won Place 1 with 67 percent of the vote.
Challenger Marc Blum garnered 33 percent.
Complete, but unofficial, returns showed that Wilbanks received 1,472 votes of the 2,213 votes cast, while Blum received 741 votes.
Longtime Mayor William D. Tate and Place 2 City Councilwoman Sharon Spencer were unopposed.
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A Grapevine resident since 1965, Wilbanks first was elected to Place 1 in 1985 and appointed mayor pro tem in 2008.
In the Grapevine-Colleyville school district, incumbent Becky St. John won the board of trustees post with 63 percent of the vote, ahead of challenger Jesse David Hoffman who had 37 percent.
In the Place 1 race, Mark Assaad had 37 percent of the vote while Mindy McClure had 34 percent and Kathleen Thompson had 29 percent.
In the Place 1 contest, no candidate received the majority vote, according to unofficial results posted by Tarrant County Elections on Saturday night.
A runoff election will be held June 13 between Assaad and McClure, according to elections officials.
Final voting results will be canvassed May 20 during a special-called board meeting. During the regularly scheduled monthly board meeting on May 21, St. John will be issued the oath of office and will begin her new term.