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MISSOURI ELECTION RESULTS: Monroe County

MONROE CITY R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board of Education

(Two elected; three-year term)

Todd P. Hays 122

Dennis Hancock 115

Joe McNeill 86

Boundary Change

Yes 118

No 57

 

PARIS R-2 SCHOOL

Boundary Change

Yes 158

No 20

 

SHELBY COUNTY R-IV

Board of Education Directors

(Two elected; three-year term)

Brian Threlkeld 17

Kyle Kendrick 15

Amanda Durbin 38

David Ridgely 35

 

Board of Education Director

(One elected for one-year unexpired term)

Lee Wood 15

Arnie Neely 39

 

PARIS RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

Board Member

(Two elected; six-year term)

Thomas T. (Ted) Deornellis Jr. 162

Gary R. Wilson 165

William (Hoss) Thomas 31

 

MONROE COUNTY NURSING HOME

Board of Directors Sub District No. 3

(One elected; three-year term)

Richard J. Fredrick 72

Jackie Bordeleau 59

 

CITY OF MADISON

Alderman

(Two elected; two-year term)

Nancy Meals 55

Hal Bennett 45

Julie Cullom 21


CITY OF MONROE CITY

Alderman Ward II

(One elected; one-year unexpired term)

Andrew Colombini 12

Tyler Wheeler 32

 

Proposition 1

Local use tax

Yes 58

No 64

 

 

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