Hartmann, Berger to Face Off In Justice of the Peace RunoffAfter Tuesday’s voting, Kyle Hartmann and Andy Berger advance to the runoff in the Pct. 1 Justice of the Peace Race. Hartmann collected 532 votes followed by Andy Berger with 374 votes. The news a day before the election about the third challenger, Michael Peck, removing some of Berger’s signs from a yard in La Grange did not help Peck in the election.
The primary season in Fayette County will last until May this year. Unofficial results from the March 6 primary election show all contested local elections heading to a runoff. In the County Judge race, Joe Weber led the five-candidate field with 43.65 percent of the vote. Sharon Muzny came in second with 24.82 percent. The two of them will face off in a runoff election set for May 22.
After Tuesday’s voting, Kyle Hartmann and Andy Berger advance to the runoff in the Pct. 1 Justice of the Peace Race. Hartmann collected 532 votes followed by Andy Berger with 374 votes. The news a day before the election about the third challenger, Michael Peck, removing some of Berger’s signs from a yard in La Grange did not help Peck in the election. He collected 187 votes in early voting, just two votes behind Berger at the time, but gathered only 95 on election day, for a total of 282.
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