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MISSOURI ELECTION RESULTS: Marion County

LEWIS COUNTY C-1

Board of Education Directors

(Two elected; three-year term)

Robert Reed Miller 16

Terry Faulconer 10

David Porter 4

Tina Abell 14

 

Board of Education Director

(Unexpired one-year term

(One elected)

Jamie Brennan 20

Darren L. Neisen 2

 

MARION COUNTY R-11 SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board of Education Directors

(Two elected; three-year term)

Cory R. Mortensen 111

Dustin B. Pollard 69

Julie Straus 128

 

MONROE CITY R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT

Board of Education Directors

(Two elected; three-year term)

Todd P. Hays 72

Dennis Hancock 73

Joe McNeill 58

 

MONROE CITY R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT

School Boundary Change

Yes 74

No 33

 

CITY OF HANNIBAL

Mayor

(One elected; three-year term)

Roy Hark 1,598

Lou Barta 439

Monica Williams 90

 

Council Member, Second Ward

(One elected; three-year term)

Michael J. Dobson 340

Jennifer Foster 120

 

CITY OF MONROE CITY

Alderman, Ward II

(One elected; two-year term)

Andrew Colombini 7

Tyler Wheeler 29

 

Proposition 1

Local use tax

Yes 33

No 23

 

PALMYRA

Councilmember, First Ward

(One elected)

Gerre Feigenspan 54

Ken Sheputis 58

 

Councilmember, Second Ward

(One elected)

Nathan Miller 58

Jim Bross 46

 

Councilmember, Third Ward

(One elected)

Adam Gillam 58

Carolyn Andresen 44

 

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