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Woodall reelected as Fyffe mayor

Katy Woodall Katy Woodall
FYFFE, AL (WAFF) -

Katy Woodall was voted Fyffe mayor with 62 percent of the vote.

Woodall ran against William "Bill" Potter who received 38 percent of the vote.

Woodall was jubilant after learning she would get another four years.

The town has been embattled in controversy since Woodall elected to fire half of the police force two weeks, and voter turnout was high.

The two former officers have lawsuits pending against the city.

Woodall thanked the voters that supported and believed in her. She also acknowledged the high turnout.

"The high voter turnout was prompted by all the controversy that has been surrounding the town, but I think as I said earlier, the town of Fyffe, the voters of Fyffe, have spoken," said Woodall.

Woodall said she has a lot of projects started and lots of good things to come.

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