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News Brief

April 9, 2014 |  By: Andy Campbell, John Coffey, Ben Nuelle

Election Results by County

Election results appearing alphabetically by county.

Andrew County
Savannah Board of Education: Dyann Duncan, Kenneth Rosenauer, Jim Vegan
Savannah West Ward Alderman: Joy Thompson (defeating Vernon Townsend, Sr.)
Savannah East Ward Alderman: Donald Dillman (defeating Kenny Carter)

Atchison County
Rock Port School Propositions 2 and 3: Yes
Rock Port Board of Education: Jeremy Davis, Rochelle Henagan, Clay Vogler
Fairfax Board of Education: Deanna Beck, Matthew Heits, Douglas Miller

Buchanan County
St. Joseph Smoking Ban: Yes (with around 53%)
Mid-Buchanan School District Bond Issue: No (needed 4/7 majority, only gained 53% of the vote)

Dekalb County
Proposition, County: Yes (with 80%)
Proposition, Cameron Middle School: Yes (with around 77%)

Gentry County
Albany: All candidates unopposed and elected to office
King City Board of Education: David Law, Tim Saunders, Anthony Washburn
King City Mayor: Everett Rhoad (defeating Theodore Groce)
King City West Ward Alderman: David Waugh (defeating Everett Galbraith)
King City Proposition: Yes (with around 85%)
Stanberry Mayor: Richard Jennings (defeating Charles E. Lawson)

Harrison County
Bethany Mayor: Patrick Miller (defeating Rick Clark)
Bethany East Ward Alderman: Lance Johns (defeating Fred Flesher by a 1% margin)
Bethany West Ward Alderman: Randy Mann
Proposition, South Harrison R-2 District Tax Levy: No (with 59%)

Holt County
County Tax: Yes (with 70%)
South Hold R-1 School Board: Patrick Ezzell, John Mackey, Neal Prussman
Mound City R-2 School Board: Chad Derr, Jeff Holstine, Brian Tubbs
City of Craig, 15% Tax Increase: Yes (with 72%)

Livingston County
Chillicothe Board of Education: Jason Bone, Michael R. Leamer, Pat Jones

Sullivan County
Milan Mayor: Andy Herington (defeating Danah Fowler by only 49 votes)
Milan School Board: Marty W. Herington, Bobby R. McCully, Dennis Weaver