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2014 Texas General Primary, Democratic Election Results Final Update

General Primary Election, Democratic Ballott Results Chart - Franklin County, Texas - Tuesday, March 4.

This page will be updated as the ballot counts come in from each precinct

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2014 Texas General Primary, Republican Election Results Final Update

General Primary Election, Republican Ballott Results Chart - Franklin County, Texas - Tuesday, March 4.

This page will be updated as the ballot counts come in from each precinct

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Early voting ends Friday, election day is Tuesday

In person early voting for the General Primary Election continues 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Friday, February 28. Election day voting is set for Tuesday, March 4. The early voting polling place is in the south lobby of the Franklin County Law Enforcement Center.

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City keeps Monday as meeting day

The Mount Vernon City Council will keep its second and fourth Monday meeting schedule after a special meeting Monday, February 24. The workshop session which followed informed the council of the preparations for the next phase of work for the sewer line replacement project.

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Three file for mayor, city council seats

There are three candidates each for the seats open on the Mount Vernon City Council/Mayor and the Mount Vernon Independent School District’s Board of Trustees.

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Water District seeks comments on contractor registration

The Franklin County Water District continued the discussion of a proposal to implement a contractor registration requirement at their February meeting last week.

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Utility district approves $95,000 in delivery system improvements

Two more major delivery system improvement projects were approved by the Cypress Springs Special Utility District’s Board of Directors. The board approved approximately $95,000 for the projects at their February meeting last week on recommendations from Richard Zachary, general manager for the district.

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Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone okayed

The formation of the Franklin County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone No.1 was formalized in the Monday, February 24 meeting of the Franklin County Commissioners Court.

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Early voting in party primaries underway, profiles on candidates published

Early voting by personal appearance in the Republican and Democrat parties’ General Primary elections began Tuesday, February 18. A slow but steady group of 49 voters came to the poll the first day,

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