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April 2, 2013

ELECTION UPDATES: Turnout varied in city, county elections



Race results will be posted alphabetically by city. Unopposed candidates are listed at bottom.

STATE HOUSE

157th District

Charles A. Dake (D)    2,507

Mike Moon (R)    3,668

 

 

AlLBA  (With 34 of 34 precincts reporting in Jasper County, complete but unofficials returns from Tuesday’s balloting)

Board of Aldermen

(Two seats)

Pansy Schell    32

Rosella Sidenstricker    23

Troy Browning    19

 

AURORA (With 19 of 19 precincts reporting in Lawrence County, complete but unofficial returns from Tuesday’s balloting.)

City Council

David Price    616

Eddie Breeding     203

School Board

(Two seats)

Audra Lauffer    534

Harv Welch    607

Carolyn Swartz    563

Michael Singer    795

School district proposal

$5.3 million bond issue for a performing arts center and athletic fields.

Yes    684

No    698

Fire Protection District

Proposal to create a fire protestion district and a supporting 30-cent tax levy.

Yes    344

No    335



AVILLA (With 34 of 34 precincts reporting in Jasper County, complete but unofficials returns from Tuesday’s balloting)

City Council

(Two seats)

Marcia Weng    8

James Williamson    12

Rosemary Lombard    15

Sandy Downing    18

 

BAXTER SPRINGS (With 39 of 39 precincts reporting in Cherokee County, complete but unofficial returns from Tuesday’s balloting.)

Mayor

Mike Kaufmann    381

Randall Trease    423

City Council

(1st Ward)

Laurie Alquist    91

Robert St. Clair    70

(2nd Ward)

Cathy Bolek    61

Edwin McAfee    63

(3rd Ward)

Gary Allen    149

Sherri Howey    180

(4th Ward)

Sherry Brown    114

Donnie Wade    75



CARL JUNCTION (partial returns, 34 of 34 Jasper County precincts reporting)

School Board

(Two seats)

Larry Cowger    242

Bonnie Stutesman    197

Frank Pittman    404

City Council

(2nd Ward)

Tim Smith    55

Michael Burns    29

CARTHAGE (With 34 of 34 precincts reporting in Jasper County, complete but unofficials returns from Tuesday’s balloting)

Board of Aldermen

(1st Ward)

Jim Swatsenbarg    32

Trevor Smith    10

(3rd Ward)

Steve Leibbrand    31

Mike Hutton    12



CARTERVILLE (With 34 of 34 precincts reporting in Jasper County, complete but unofficials returns from Tuesday’s balloting)

City Council

(1st Ward)

David Comstock    42

Jeff McComber    12

City question

Proposed $800,000 bond issue for street work.

Yes    205

No    45

 

COLUMBUS (With 39 of 39 precincts reporting in Cherokee County, complete but unofficial returns from Tuesday’s balloting.)

City Council

(1st Ward)

Jerri Burton    35

John Paradee    19

(2nd Ward)

Hollie Ellis    44

Dewey Smith    112

School Board

(Position 4)

Ron Johnson    305

Kathy Schoech    455

(Position 5)

Brian Reid    264

Robin Wells    496

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