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MISSOURI ELECTION RESULTS: Clark County

CLARK COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING

Tax issue

Levy a tax of 5 cents per $100 assessed valuation for services to those 60 years of age or older

Yes 502

No 389

 

Clark County R-1 School District

Board of Education directors

(Two elected; three-year term)

Penny Boulware 174

Craig Hunziker 505

Mark Plenge 543

Ron Gregory 137

Ruth Brotherton 238

 

LEWIS COUNTY C-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board of Education directors

(Two elected; three-year term)

Robert Reed Miller 0

Terry Faulconer 0

David Porter 0

Tina Bell 0

 

Board of Education director

(One elected; one-year unexpired term)

Jamie Brennan 0

Darren L. Neisen 0

 

SCOTLAND COUNTY R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board of Education member

(Two elected; three-year term)

Christy Aylward 4

Michelle Kleine 0

Matt Buford 1

Trinity Davis 3

 

CONSOLIDATED PUBLIC WATER

DISTRICT NO. 1 OF SCOTLAND COUNTY

Board of Directors Sub-District No. 5

(One elected; three-year term)

Robert Moseley 1

Philip Kirkpatrick 5

 

CLARK COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT 2

Board of Directors

(One elected; three-year term)

Linda Bertram 61

Russell Lee Webster 56

 

CLARK COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT NO. 5

Director

(One elected; three-year term)

Gabriel W. Shoup 47

Troy Gregory 57

 

CITY OF ALEXANDRIA

Alderman Ward 1

(One elected; two-year term)

Jim Worster 4

Todd Davis 4

James L. West 8

 

Ward 2

(One elected; two-year term)

Wallace E. Bryant Jr. 1

Justin Stice 14

Robert Davis 4

 

CITY OF WAYLAND

Alderman at Large

(Two elected; two-year term)

Shirley Bunker 71

Sabrina (Beanie) Ash 33

Gloria M. Williams 18

Sam Walters III 18

Chris Adams 15

Michelle (Micky) Roberts 17

 

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