Price earned 56 percent of the votes to win the Place 1 seat of incumbent Sam Chase. The victory marks the first time in nearly two decades that an incumbent has lost his or her seat on Abilene's city council.
"I was thrilled that the citizens went out and voted and elected me to serve them for the next three years. I look forward to that term of service," Price told us on election night.
Councilman Joe Spano retained his Place 2 seat with 62 percent of the votes against opponent S.C. Jones. Spano will also take the oath of office alongside Price.