After weeks of quiet campaigns, city and county voters cast their ballots and decided to re-elect all incumbents in two different races.

Glen Rose School Board of Trustees had three candidates vying for two seats. Current incumbents Kevin Taylor and Tom Lounsberry faced former trustee Dr. Mike Davis at the polls.

Lounsberry garnered the most votes with 226, Taylor retained his position with 221 votes and Davis came in with 156.

GRISD Election Judge Judy Shipman said out of 5,365 possible voters within the district, 173 made it out for early voting and 177 turned out on Election Day. School district voters managed a 6.5 percent voter turnout rate.

Glen Rose City Council also had two seats on the ballot. Incumbents Bob Stricklin and Chris Bryant faced newcomer Carol Oldenburg.

Bryant pulled in the most votes with 88, Stricklin won 69 votes and Oldenburg garnered 39.

The May election was Stricklinís second most recent bid for the council. He served in the 1990s before returning last election cycle.

Bryant was also elected to his second term. Bryant was elected to his first council seat during the last election cycle.

Mayor Pam Miller, who is serving her third term, filed to run unopposed for her fourth term as mayor. She received 75 votes.

Miller also sat on the city council before she ran for the mayorís seat in 2004.

City Clerk Mygnonne Thomas said 44 voters got to the polls early and 75 made it out on Election Day. There are 1,489 registered voters in the city which means Glen Rose had an eight-percent voter turnout rate.