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April 8, 2014

BALLOTS: Results for municipal, county elections

Joplin

Joplin results include votes from both Jasper and Newton counties. All other results are listed alphabetically by county.


School board | Three seats

 

Randy Steele

3,300

Shawn McGrew

2,026

Jeff Flowers

2,964

Lynda Banwart

4,532

Jeff Koch

2,918

David Guilford

1,590

Debbie Fort

4,765

City Council: General | Three seats

 

Trisha Raney

2,203

Jim West

2,223

Harvey Hutchinson

1,944

Miranda Lewis

5,274

Ryan Stanley

5,276

Mike Woolston

2,985

Joplin City Council | 4th Zone

 
Jack Golden 2,105

Michael Siebert

4,396

City Question: Curbside recycling for $3.03 per month

 

Yes

3,466

No

3,835

City Question: Amend residency length requirement

 

Yes

2,982

No

4,216

City Question: Change council pay

 

Yes

3,065

No

4,125

City Question: Change public works director requirements

 

Yes

2,727

No

4,369

Barton County

With 8 of 8 precincts reporting, complete but unofficial returns from Tuesday's balloting are as follows:


Lamar School Board | Three seats

 

Arty Torbeck

314

Charles Winslow

311

Justin Ogden

430

Kurt Swartz

292

Chris M. Davey

135

Kevin Duncan

127

Eby Mooney

341

Golden City School Board | Three seats

 

Ryan Seela

103

Sterling Moore

135

Brandy Friesenborg

49

Chris Peterson

102

Mitchell Davis

88

Jeron Bilyeu

34

Dixie Taylor

68

Brian Banta

147

Golden City Mayor

 

Henry Lopez

86

Dixie Taylor

65

Lyle Brewer

24

Jasper School Board | Three seats

 

Cassie Flenniken

4

Larry Sisseck

40

Dale Adams

41

Derek Maneval

46

Villa Waltz

10

Hope Budd

6

Liberal Mayor

 

Dorothy Walker

20

Jimmy Smith

176

Mike Strawmyer

41

Liberal Board of Alderman | 1st Ward

 

Kyle Wiles

79

Patsy Yount

50

Liberal Board of Alderman | 2nd Ward

 

Connie King

35

Carolyn Mayfield

73

Mindenmines town question: Proposal for property tax of 50 cents per $100 of assessed valuation for city operations.

 

Yes

22

No

23

Mindenmines Board of Alderman | Two seats

 

Robert Brumback

12

Jody Pryor

36

Mike Gebelin

42

UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES The following candidates are unopposed and virtually assured of election. GOLDEN CITY — Aldermen: 1st Ward, Nini Hayden; 2nd Ward, Sara Beerly; and 3rd Ward, Mark Palmer. LAMAR — Aldermen: 1st Ward, Max Simmons; 2nd Ward, Stephen R. Gilkey; 3rd Ward, Joey Bronson; and 4th Ward, Harold VanDeMark. LAMAR HEIGHTS — Aldermen: 1st Ward, James Soma; and 2nd Ward, Erin Miller. MILFORD — Trustees: Gerald Peters, Donna Holt, Cliff Hazard and Joyce DeMent.

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