Terry Jones and Kenneth Uselton will face each other in a Nov. 6 runoff for Millington mayor, because neither received a majority of the votes cast in last Thursday’s city elections.
Uselton received 918 votes, or 43.26 percent of the 2,122 cast for mayor, while Jones got 832 or 39.21 percent. A third candidate, Debra Sigee, garnered 366 votes, or 17.25 percent of the total.
Position 1 Alderman Keith Barger and Position 2 Alderman Jimmy Pike chose not to seek re-election.
Bethany Huffman received 1,137 votes, or 56.60 percent of the 2,009 cast for Position 1, while Rhonda O’Dell got 864 votes or 43.01 percent.
Hank Hawkins received 1,054 votes, or 53.04 percent of the 1,987 cast for Position 2, while Al Bell got 929 votes or 46.75 percent.
Franklin Dakin, who received 1,171 votes, or 58.06 percent of the 2,017 cast for Position 3, defeated Alderman Don Lowry, who got 843 votes or 41.79 percent.
Larry Dagen, who received 1,227 votes, or 60.38 percent of the 2,032 cast for Position 4, defeated Alderman Jim Brown, who got 461 votes or 22.69 percent, and Charles P. Reed, who garnered 344 votes or 16.93 percent.
Thomas McGhee, who received 1,122 votes, or 57.07 percent of the 1,966 cast for Position 5, defeated Alderman Brett Morgan, who got 843 votes or 42.88 percent.
Alderman Chris Ford, who received 1,172 votes, or 57.76 percent of the 2,029 cast for Position 6, defeated challenger Oscar Brown, who got 855 votes or 42.14 percent.
Alderman Mike Caruthers, who received 1,182 votes, or 60.49 percent of the 1,954 cast for Position 7, defeated challenger Jason Dupree, who got 767 votes or 39.25 percent.