Mooresville voters spoke decisively today in its two contested town-board races.
Results of the town's at-large-commissioner race were perhaps the most surprising of the night: David Coble swept the seat, ousting Incumbent Rhett Dusenbury by a vote of almost 2:1. Coble garnered 1,012 votes to Dusenbury's 560.
Mac Herring will spend a third term in his Ward 3 seat, despite being challenged by Frank Owens, a retired police captain who spent two terms as an at-large town commissioner before being voted out of office in 2005. Herring received 378 votes to Owens' 261.
Miles Atkins ran unopposed for mayor, which means he will hold his seat for another two years.
Ward 4 Commissioner Lisa Qualls also ran unopposed, which secures her four more years on Mooresville's town board.
Meanwhile, Greg Whitfield and Leon Pridgen won the two uncontested seats on the Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education.