John Keating wins seat on Frisco City Council with 55 percent of the vote in local run-off election Saturday

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“Thank you to everyone who came out and stood by me,” John Keating.

On Saturday, Frisco voters elected John Keating to serve as City Councilman for Place 1.

Keating won with 55.09 percent of the total vote over Brandon Burden. The seat became open when Bob Allen decided to run for mayor.

Keating said: “Friends, we’re excited to report that the numbers are final. The Dallas Morning News and Community Impact Frisco are both reporting a 55 percent win for me in today’s run-off election. Once again, over 2,000 Frisco residents voted to #KeepKeating, and I’m looking forward to bringing my consistent, Conservative leadership back to City of Frisco TX – City Hall at a time of significant transition. I’m proud of my team and the race we ran, focusing on my record and proven policies. I was pleased to hear from Brandon Burden a few minutes ago; it was a nice call, and I look forward to seeing what he does next for the city. Onward to serving Frisco!”

CollinCountyMagazine fun fact: Brandon Burden received 795 votes on Saturday. Keating scored 785 votes on Saturday.

Early voting in Frisco TX gave Keating the win. Keating picked up 1,153 early votes and finished with 2,338 total votes.

Burden said: “I really enjoyed meeting everyone on the campaign trail.”

Burden trailed by 442 votes after early voting with 1,111 of his 1,906 coming before Saturday.

For math fans, Burden finished with 44.91 percent of the total vote. – Brian Bearden

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