Two Mansfield ISD School Board seats are on the ballot for the runoff election on June 5.
The runoff is between the top two finishers for Place 2 and Place 4 in the May 1 general election since none of those candidates received more than 50 percent of the votes.
Incumbent Desiree Thomas and Yolanda McPherson will be vying for the Place 2 seat. The runoff for Place 4 is between Keziah Valdes Farrar and Corinne Fiagome.
The Place 1 seat was also up for election on May 1. Incumbent Michelle Newsom won the majority of votes with 72 percent. The votes were canvassed May 11.
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