Fayetteville City Council District 9: Kinston lose to Hondros

A newcomer to the Fayetteville District 9 race won the seat, according to unofficial results Tuesday night.

Outgoing councilor Yvonne Kinston received 804 votes to 911 votes for challenger Deno Hondros.

Hondros is a commercial real estate broker who served on Fayetteville’s stormwater advisory board, according to his company’s website.

See all of Tuesday’s results:2022 Fayetteville Area Election Results

Kinston is a sales and service agent at AT&T Mobility and executive vice president of Communications Works of America.

She is in her first term on city council, having won the seat in November 2019.

Kinston is a member of the North Carolina State AFL-CIO Board of Directors and was nominated by the governor to serve on the North Carolina Volunteer and Community Service Commission, according to the website. the city.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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