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MISSOURI ELECTION RESULTS: Scotland County

Scotland County Health Department District

Board of Directors

(Two elected; four-year term)

Robert Parrish 287

Connie Goodwin 509

Margaret Robeson 551

 

Scotland County

Proposition Sales Tax

Shall the County of Scotland continue to impose a county wide sales tax at the rate of one-half of one percent for a period of four years from the date on which such tax is first imposed to be used solely for the purpose of capital improvements of country roads and bridges?

Yes 682

No 123

 

Scotland County R-1 School District

Board of Directors

(Two elected; three-year term)

Christy Alyward 492

Michelle Kleine 333

Matt Buford 164

Trinity Davis 441

 

Knox County School District No. 1

Board Members

(Two elected; three-year term)

Shelly Bugh 0

Jerry Nichols 0

Nathan J. Shinkle 0

Krista Holman 0

 

Scotland District Rural Water District (also Clark)

Board of Directors

Sub-District 5

(One elected; three-year term)

Robert C. Moseley

Philip Kirkpatrick

 

City of Memphis

East Ward Alderman

(One elected; two-year term)

Lucas Remley 191

Scott Goff 184

 

Village of Rutledge

Board of Directors

(Two elected; two-year term)

Glada Shultz 17

Carol McCabe 16

Teresa Marie Cicela 2

 

 

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