Mary Katherine Greenlaw

Greenlaw Wins Second Term as Fredericksburg Mayor

by | May 3, 2016 | Government

By Susan Larson.

Mayor Mary Katherine Greenlaw won her bid for reelection as mayor of the City of Fredericksburg, defeating challenger Richard Dynes.

With five of six Fredericksburg precincts officially reporting, Greenlaw has 1414 votes to Dynes’ 760.

As of 8:35 p.m. precinct 402 had not reported, but only 141 people had voted at that location, Fredericksburg Voter Registrar Juanita Pitchford said. Even if everyone there voted for Dynes, it would not mean a win for him.

Editor’s Note: See the final numbers at Fredericksburg Mayoral Election 2016 By the Numbers

In the School Board election, Jarvis Bailey and Jannan Holmes beat challenger Charlotte Horne. See the details at Bailey, Holmes Win Fredericksburg School Board At-Large Seats

Incumbents Kerry Devine and Matt Kelly ran unopposed for their at-large city council seats, and were both reelected.

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