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Brown County election results, April 9, 2013

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Brown County

JOHN WOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT NO. 539
Trustees
(Two elected; six-year term)
Jerry T. Hagmeier    287
Randy Sims    403
Richard V. Marcolla    164

COOPERSTOWN TOWNSHIP
Highway Commissioner
Corey Anderson (R)    34
Gerald Ham (D)    89

LEE TOWNSHIP
Highway Commissioner
(One elected)
Jason C. Markert    17
Stephen M. Perry    93
Chris Lichtsinn    7

MISSOURI TOWNSHIP
Highway Commissioner
(One elected)
Ronald R. Hess (R)    38
James C. Ham (Ind.)    25

MOUNT STERLING TOWNSHIP
Township Clerk
Patty Gilsdorf (R)    52
Sheila Wilson (D)    329

Township Trustee
(Four elected)
Karl H. Groesch (R)    292
Gary L. Shields (R)    125
Jesse Gilsdorf (R)    58
Ed Hendricks (R)    152
Mark Wilson (D)    268
David Tracy (D)    253
Jeffry J. Barfield (D)    229
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