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MISSOURI ELECTION RESULTS: Shelby County

School District No. R-IV of Shelby County

Board of Education members

(Two elected; three-year term)

Brian Threlkeld 223

Kyle Kendrick 262

Amanda Durbin 368

David Ridgely 367

 

Board of Education member

(One elected; one-year unexpired term)

Lee Wood 344

Arnie Neely 310

 

City of Clarence

Proposition 1

Shall the municipality of Clarence impose a sales tax of one-quarter of one percent for the purpose of providing funding for storm water control and local parks for the municipality?

Yes 58

No 45

 

VILLAGE OF LEONARD

TRUSTEE

(Two elected)

Jim Rogers 14

Donna Belt 14

Steve Peoples 1

Roger Hendrix 1

Andrew Bichsel 1

Jim Belt 1

 

 

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