Three seats were in play on the Mineral Wells city council Saturday and the results were not kind to the incumbents.
At Large Place 2 incumbent Bill Terry faced two challengers. One was Brian Reagan who will be taking the At Large Place 2 seat by garnering nearly 48 per cent of the vote. Reagan is a minister at the North Oak Church of Christ in Mineral Wells.
At Large Place 1 incumbent Kevin Harrison was defeated by challenger Clif Wright who captured nearly 62 per cent of the votes. Wright is a former chief financial officer for an oil company and has served on a number of boards in the city.
Ward 4 representative Karium Carter lost his council seat to Wayne Johnson who received almost 72 per cent of the vote. Johnson is a retiree from sales and marketing.