In Christian County Board District 1 Timothy J. Carlson received just over 44% of the vote and Leon Craig Corzine received just over 39% of the vote both look to be reelected to the County Board.
Corzine said that he hopes there’s more transparency with the new county board.
In Christian County Board District 2 Vicki M. McMahon looks to be reelected to the County Board with just over 45% of the vote with all of the precincts reporting. It looks like Kenneth G. Franklin will be joining her on the County Board after he received 32% of the vote. For the unexpired 2-year term in District 2 with all of the precincts reporting Thomas Snyder Jr has a 64% - 36% advantage over incumbent Brian L. Wilber.
McMahon also hopes for more transparency with the new County Board and she would like to bring a little more financial stability to Christian County.
In Christian County Board District 3 with all of the precincts reporting it looks like James Mike McClure has narrowly won reelection after getting just over 26% of the vote and he will be joined by Bryan Sharp who will be a newcomer to the County Board.
The State's constitutional amendment proposal has so far only received 16-percent support in Christian County. Vote totals are unofficial as absentee and mail-in ballots still have two weeks to be counted.