Vaughan wins Greensboro mayoral election, defeats Perkins
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Councilwoman Nancy Vaughan will be the new mayor of Greensboro after unseating current mayor Robbie Perkins in the Nov. 5 election.
Vaughan won with 19,815 votes (59.16 percent of the vote), with Perkins receiving 13,505 votes (40.32 percent of the vote).
106 out of 106 precincts are reporting.
Mayor-elect Vaughan is a four-term councilwoman. She said the decision to run came straight from supporters.
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