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Henrietta, Petrolia, Byers city and school elections today


Residents in the City of Henrietta, Petrolia, Petrolia ISD and Byers ISD who did not vote early can cast ballots today from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. in city council and school elections.

This year, voters in the Byers and Petrolia school district will decide if the two school consolidate. Both school boards have voted in favor of a local consolidation agreement, which has been posted for public review.

No matter the outcome, Byers ISD will not be open next year.

Byer school district residents vote at the Byers Community Center, while PISD voters can cast ballots at Petrolia City Hall, Dean City Hall or the Charlie Community Center.

One Petrolia ISD trustee has drawn two opponents this year. David Jetton of Petrolia and Harvey Freeman of Dean are running against incumbent Christy Ridinger.

Petrolia Mayor Cindy Armour has drawn opposition from Bill Holmberg.

City of Henrietta Alderman Mike Scott faces John Yeager for the Ward 2 seat, while Alderman Robert Lavy is unopposed. Scott was appointed to fill Ward 2 last year after Rob Robinson was elected mayor.

Henrietta residents vote at city hall.

All polling places are open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.


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