ELECTION: Contested races highlighted

Tuesday's Marion County general election saw incumbents fall to challengers in more than one community. ?Election turn out was very low,? said Carol Maggard, county clerk, with only 16 percent of eligible voters casting ballots. Eligible voters in Marion County totals 6,938 with 1,126 voting April 7 in 11 polling locations.

The official results will not be announced until after the Marion County Commissioners canvass votes at 8 a.m. Monday, April 13, prior to their regular meeting.

The following are from contested races in city and school districts.

Florence Mayor:

? Gregory Winn, 42

? Mary L. Shipman, 48

Goessel City Council (two seats)

? Larry D. Schmidt, 51

? Jerry Stika, 9

? Dallas Boese, 47

? Larry C. Lindeman, 77

Hillsboro City Council (Ward 1)

? Robert L. Watson, 80

? Dan Suderman, 45

Hillsboro City Council (Ward 2)

? Shane Marler, 45

? Kevin Suderman, 108

Peabody City Council (two seats)

? Tom Schmidt, 138

? Leslie Lafoy, 61

? Janice Woodruff, 112

Ramona Mayor

? Patricia M. Wick, 25

? Brendan D. Bailey, 11

Ramona City Council (five seats)

? Kathy A. Matkins, 26

? Byron Noeth, 23

? Billy E. Alcorn, 28

? James Thompson, 14

? Nathan A. Bailey, 8

? Jeanette (Jeannie) Lea Goza, 29

? Jayme Brunner, 15

? Arthur E. Stroda, 32

USD 398 Peabody Burns School Board ? position 6

? William J. Spangler, 128

? Rhonda Loucks, 125

Write-ins, 5

USD 408 Marion-Florence School Board ? position 6

? Lyle K. Leppke, 153

? Gary Alleven, 61

USD 411 Goessel School Board ? position 5

? Paula Flaming, 75

? Kelly Booten, 92

 

 

 

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