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      Missouri election 2011

      The following is a list of area elections in Missouri on Tuesday, April 5.

      Check back tonight for election results as the polls close.

      CLARK COUNTY

      Clark County Ambulance District Director: vote for 1

      Ruth Brotherton 48 XVickie LeVeck 30

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      Wayland Mayor: vote for 1

      Michelle "Micky" Roberts 35Lance Sonnenburg 90 XMary Woodbury 8

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      Wayland Alderman: vote for 2

      Sally Fox 39Doug Smeltser 86 XShirley Bunker 85 X

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      Luray Village Trustees: vote for 2

      Ed Nye 13 XChris Moeller 13 XSteven M. Buium 5

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      Wyaconda Mayor: vote for 1

      Heather Williams 27Chad Yocum 27 (write-in candidate) *tie vote

      KNOX COUNTY

      Knox County School Board: vote for 3

      Mark Hunolt 289Nancy McGlothlin Averill 490 XStacy Harder 417 XMark Caldwell 455 X

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      Edina Alderman, Third Ward: vote for 1

      Thomas R. Morgret 64.22% XScott Krunze 35.78%

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      Proposition No. 1:

      Shall the Edina Board of Alderman provide by ordinance for the appointment of a Collector?

      YES 70.76% XNO 29.24%

      LEWIS COUNTY

      Lewis County C-1 School Board: vote for 3

      Donna R. Collier - 471Douglas G. Lay - 524 XJamie Brennan - 488Harry Scifres - 648 XRandall Sharpe - 679 X

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      Lewis County C-1 School Board: vote for 1

      Neil Jennings - 470E.H. Smith - 554 X

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      LaBelle Mayor: vote for 1

      Larry Hackemack - 96 XNorman Strickland - 44

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      LaBelle Collector: vote for 1

      Debra Lay - 87 XJanet Hackemack - 52

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      LaBelle Alderman, South Ward: vote for 1

      Cecil D. Morrow- 59 XLinda Isensee - 21

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      Canton Alderman, Ward 2: vote for 1

      Richard C. Dodd - 24Kevin Carlin - 34 X

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      Canton Special Road District Board: vote for 1

      Terry Wolf - 88Fred Howard - 93 X

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      Ewing Mayor: vote for 1

      Dean Wagy - 49Linda Lueckenhoff - 78 X

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      Ewing question:

      Shall Ewing impose a sales tax of 1/4 of 1% to fund capital improvements, operate and maintain the municipal park system?

      YES - 76 XNO - 48

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      Monticello Village Board: vote for 5

      ALL WRITE-IN

      MACON COUNTY

      Atlanta Mayor: vote for 1

      Tony R. Askew : 68% XHerbert Hendee: 32%

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      LaPlata Alderman, Ward 1: vote for 1

      Bill (Grizz) Adams: 72% XDustin (Dusty) Sawyer: 28%

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      LaPlata Proposition No. 1:

      Shall the LaPlata Board of Alderman provide by ordinance for the appointment of a Collector?

      YES: 66% XNO: 34%

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      Bevier City Clerk: vote for 1

      Beth Faught: 74% XDanette Gladbach: 26%

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      Bevier Alderman: vote for 2

      Ron Johnson Sr.: 9%Donna Witt: 18%Patty Cheever: 40% XGeorge A. Murphy: 33% X

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      Callao Alderman, West Ward: vote for 1

      J. Gayle Craigg: 16%Eric Halsema: 53% XKayla Nokes: 16%

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      Thomas Hill Public Water Supply District #1, Subdistrict #5 Director: vote for 1- *Tied

      R. G. Kirby: 4- 50%Joseph H. Perkins: 4- 50%

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      New Cambria Proposition No. 1:

      Shall intoxicating liquor, containing alcohol in excess of 5% by weight, be sold by the drink at retail for consumption on the premises where sold?

      YES: 88% XNO: 12%

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      New Cambria Proposition No. 2:

      Shall the city of New Cambria transfer all of its right, title and interest in its water distribution system to the Public Water Supply District #3 of Chariton and Linn County?

      YES: 96% XNO: 4%

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      Macon County Capital Improvement County Sales Tax:

      Shall Macon County continue a countywide sales tax at the rate of 1/2 of 1% for 5 years for the purpose of construction of county bridges, road improvements and purchase of equipment?

      YES: 86% XNO: 14%

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      Macon County Commission question:

      Shall the Macon County Commission continue to levy an additional tax of 35 cents/$100 assessed valuation for four years to maintain and improve roads in the Macon County Common Road District?

      YES: 81% XNO: 19%

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      Hospital Board Trustee: vote for 1

      Larry A. Hartung: 38%Lynnette (Fuller) Long: 62% X

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      Macon R-1 School Board: vote for 3

      John P. Walker: 19% XJoe Claypoole: 14%Toni K. Riekeberg: 16%James (Jimmie) Wilt: 20% XTodd S. Phillips: 3%Kevin Linear: 19% XJenae Young: 7%

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      Atlanta C-3 School Board: vote for 3

      Cory Hatcher: 24% XCharles K. Watson: 21%Stan Weber: 26% XSuzanne Britt: 28% X

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      Callao School Board: vote for 3

      Jennifer Dawson: 22% XMichael Seipel: 24% XLinda Reynolds: 14%Curtis Elam: 23% XMorris Weldon Nokes: 3%Justin Compton: 14%

      MARION COUNTY

      Hannibal Proposition 1:

      Shall the Hannibal fire board be abolished, placing the Hannibal Fire Chief under the authority of the Hannibal City Manager?

      YES 605 XNO 591

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      Hannibal Alderman, 6th Ward: vote for 1

      Jefferson Lyng 36.74%Richard Draper 63.04% X

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      Marion County Library District question:

      Shall there be a tax of 10 cents/$100 assessed valuation for a county library?

      YES 47.33%NO 52.67% X

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      Emergency Services (911) Board, Western District: vote for 2

      Larry J. Uhlmeyer 18.92%Dorothea P Lake 37.39% XJeffrey R. Moore 19.15%Joe Hayes 24.40% X

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      Palmyra School Board: vote for 3

      Marita Reiff 11.03%Roger Sutter 18.96% XStephanie Bross 26.19% XDeana M. Corum 4.34%Kirk Kreider 1.95%Jason L. Wallingford 6.66%Ben J. Hudson 11.18%Oneta Crowe 19.56% X

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      Palmyra Councilmember, First Ward: vote for 1

      Gerrie Feigenspan 58.71% XJoseph L. Hirner 39.30 X

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      Marion County Ambulance District, Subdistrict #3: vote for 1

      Elizabeth Marie Frankenbach 52.26% XRonald Kraft 47.74%

      MONROE COUNTY, MISSOURI

      Monroe City R-1 School Board: vote for 3

      Linda Greening 215 XDennis Long 326 XMarlin D. Reagan 203 Riss Hays 310 XMatthew Harris 172 Allen E. Mehrer 170

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      Monroe City Special Road District Question:

      Shall the Monroe City Special Road District levy an additional tax rate of 35 cents/$100 valuation for 4 years?

      Yes 75.92% XNo 24.08%

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      Monroe City Alderman, Ward 2: vote for 1

      Dana C. Bassett 15Mark Greening 62 X John E. Long 57

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      Madison C-3 School Board: vote for 3

      Lorie Cullom 10.20%Bryan O'Bannon 16.55% Aaron Wandrey 27.89% XBruce Hendren 20.63% XTammy K. Breid 34.04% X

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      Paris R-II School Board: vote for 3

      Tony Francis 190Kent Thomas 150Ted Deornellis 207 XJamie Ebbesmeyer 285 XWanda L. Boggs 104Erin Gruber 237 X

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      Paris Rural Fire Protection District Board: vote for 1

      William "Hoss" Thomas 24.07%A. Troy Vaughn 75.93% X

      PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI

      Pike County Memorial Hospital Trustees: vote for 1

      Doris Twellman 61.79% XBill Sterne 37.82%

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      Pike County proposition:

      Shall Pike County be authorized to impose a landfill fee of $1.50/ton or volumetric eqivalent of solid waste?

      YES 20.21%NO 79.79% X

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      Louisiana R-II School Board: vote for 3

      Sharon S. Dillender 21.95% XJim Akers 10.11%Tony Gschwender 18.86% XDaryle Wallace 20.01% XJay Garrison 15.98%Mike Lenz 12.83

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      Boncl R-X School Board: vote for 3

      W. Bill Sterne 13.47%Amber Sterne 13.06%Kevin Keely 24.90% XJan Shuford 21.63% XLinda Beer 26.12% X

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      Proposition P:

      Shall the Elsberry Fire Protection District Board of Directors be authorized to levy an additional tax of not more than 25 cents/$100 assessed valuation to provide funds for the support of the district?

      YES 0%NO 0%

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      Frankford question:

      Shall the city of Frankford issue up to $1.7 million in bonds to maintain, improve, repair and construct publi water distribution and storage facilities?

      YES 72.73% XNO 27.27%

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      Clarksville Mayor: vote for 1

      Jo Anne Smiley 54.88% XScott A. Smith 45.12%

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      Clarksville Alderman, South Ward: vote for 1

      John O. Harmon 47.12% Joanna Brock 52.88% X

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      Clarksville question:

      Shall the city of Clarksville issue its combined waterworks and sewerage system revenue bonds up to $3 million to acquire, construct, improve and extend the city's combined waterworks and sewarage system, the cost of operation and maintenance of said system and the principal of and interest on said revenue bonds to be payable solely from the revenues derived by the city from the operation of its combined waterworks and sewarage system, including all future extensions and improvements thereto?

      YES 50.93% XNO 49.07%

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      Louisiana Councilperson, Ward 1: vote for 1

      Ann Handford 42.86%Donald E. Morton 57.14% X

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      Louisiana Councilperson, Ward 2: vote for 1

      Catherine Sippely 34.2%Don Oakley 65.79% X

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      Louisiana Councilperson, Ward 3: vote for 1

      Robbyn Morris 40.85% XBart Neidner 32.32%John Bryant 26.22%

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      Louisiana question:

      Shall the city of Louisiana issue $8 million in sewarage system revenue bonds to contruct, furnish and equip improvements to the sewarage collection and treatment system?

      YES 76.64% XNO 23.36%

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      Curryville Alderperson, West Ward: vote for 1

      Jerry Sutton 70.97% XMarcin Jacyna 29.03%

      RALLS COUNTY

      Ralls County R-II School Board: vote for 3

      Daniel Clark 284 XDonald W. Evans 269 XLowell E. Jackson 225Lori Robinson 344 XWrite in votes 1

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      Ralls County 911 Board, Western District: vote for 2

      Jon Haiducek 14.15%Elizabeth M. (Beth) Asbury 48.18% XLowell E. Jackson 37.39% XWrite in votes .28%

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      New London Alderman, Ward 1: vote for 1

      Kenneth O'Malley 13.89%Mike Lawzano 83.33% XWrite in votes 2.78%

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      Ralls County Public Water Supply District, Sub-District #3: vote for 1

      E. Keith Deaver 221 XAmber McMillen 181Write in votes 1

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      Ralls County Public Water Supply District, Sub-District #4 Director: vote for 1

      Larry Schutjer 211 XCharles W. Strode 189

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      Center question:

      Shall Center issue up to $700,000 in bonds to maintain, improve and repair public streets and roads and impose a sales tax of 1/2 cent to repay bonds?

      YES 70.97% XNO 29.03%

      SCOTLAND COUNTY

      Scotland County R-1 School Board: vote for 3

      Samuel Berkowitz - 472 XPaul Campbell - 298Matt McKee - 366 XGeorge Koontz - 437 X

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      Arbela Village Trustee: vote for 2

      Sheila Remley - 6Sandra Remley - 6Dale McLeland - 7 XGreg Kraus - 7 X

      SHELBY COUNTY

      North Shelby School Board: vote for 3

      Donnie Parsons 258 XBradley Blaise 272 XTim Caldwell 242 XDelberta D. Coonrod 73Brent Rich 159

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      Shelby County R-IV School Board: vote for 3

      Michael A. Mueller 525 XDarin Boling 529 XGary A. Wear 522 XLee Schoonover 473

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      Shelbina Alderman, West Ward: vote for 1

      Charles Gaines 27Philip DeMoss 14James "Babe" Simpson 88 X

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      Clarence Alderman: vote for 2

      Latrelle Walker 51Big John S. Laye 60Tony L. Schafer 24Larry Roberts 123 XDorothy Lanpher 108 X

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      Shelbina Alderman, East Ward: vote for 1

      Roy Lee "Buddy" Ratliff 89 XJeff Rash 87

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