Friday, November 5, 2010 at 6:00 am (Updated: November 5, 6:14 am)
Joe Shaw said he worked harder this election than in any of his other campaigns for office.
Shaw, who’s been Lancaster’s mayor for 28 years, won re-election to his eighth term in office on Tuesday. He said he looks forward to another four years of providing leadership and service to the city’s residents.
The mayor received 1,419 of the votes (54 percent) Tuesday.
City Councilwoman Linda Blackmon-Brace finished second with 924 votes (35 percent). Mary Helen Yarborough got 192 votes (7 percent) and Donnie Birchfield got 107 votes (4 percent).
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