Art Hamrick has won Tuesday’s special election for the open Clay County Board of Supervisors seat.
Unofficial results from the Clay County Auditor’s Office show Hamrick won convincingly with 57.8 percent of the votes cast by county residents.
The special election was held Tuesday to fill a vacancy created by Joe Skow’s resignation.
Hamrick received 761 votes, according to the results, to defeat the other two candidates on the ballot: independent Bill Zinn and Republican Kevin Brown.
Zinn received 282 votes, while Brown received 273.