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Results of city and school races
11/05/2019

Contested city and school races

Atchison County:  

Atchison City Commission—three open seats-with all precincts reporting:

Abby Bartlett 803 *

David Farris 719 *

David Hausmann ( incumbent) 530

Luke Jesnowski 417

Lisa Moody 622 *

William Murphy 409

Charles Perdue ( incumbent) 618

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Atchison USD 409 Board—three open seats-with all precincts reporting: 

Sally Berger 1,077 *

John Bishop 549

Stefanie Gardner 719 *

Herb Gwaltney ( incumbent) 665

Pamela Rizza 826 *

Josh Wheeler 439

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Brown County:   ( unofficial final results ) 

Horton City Commission—Commissioner of Parks and Recreation

Richard Lovelady --211*

James Stuart--123

( position currently held by Bobby Bacon)

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Horton City Commission—Commissioner of Police

Matthew Howell -159

Rex West ( incumbent) 167*

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South Brown County USD 430 Board 

Position #3

Laurence Berger ( incumbent) 257*

Carrie Miller-181

Gary Miller, Jr.--71

Position #7 ( at large)

Susanna Cooper -202

Rex Lockwood -484*

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Doniphan County:   ( unofficial final results)

Elwood City Council—three open seats

Travis Holcomb ( incumbent)--108*

Paula Hunsaker-58

Darrell Lamme-117*

Sam Meers ( incumbent)-84

Dustin Robinson ( incumbent)--114*

Megan Shackelford-68

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Highland Mayor

Charles Batchelder ( incumbent)-110*

Scott Huss-42

Highland City Council---two open seats

Marty Allen-124*

Danny Collins-91*

Dennis Lentz-41

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Wathena City Council—two open seats

Aaron Cluck-108*

Bob Halter ( incumbent)-159*

Ron Meers ( incumbent)-94

Tom Miller-88

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Doniphan West USD 111 Board---at large position

Amanda Clary--124

Dustin Libel-198*

Brandon Whetstine-79

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Highland Community College Board of Trustees—three open positions

Ken Huss ( incumbent)--596*

Russell Karn ( incumbent)-617*

Bill Noll-497

Mark Rounds-399

Carl Tharman ( incumbent)-701*

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Riverside USD 114 Board---Three open seats in District 1

Sue Bartley ( incumbent)-166*

Jake Benitz-72

Jeff Harman-119*

Tina Kimberlin ( incumbent)-104

Samuel Meers--110

Erin Shackelford--186*

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Riverside USD 114 Board—at large position

Jessica Herbster--343*

Brett Nelson-204

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Troy USD 429 Board—four at large-positions

Stephen Bowe ( incumbent)-162*

Nathan Geiger ( incumbent)-247*

Michael Grable-135

Timothy Grable-227*

Jason Winder ( incumbent)-250*

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Jackson County:   ( unofficial final results)

Holton City Commission—position 2

Norman Johnson--98

Mike Meerpohl ( incumbent)-372*

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Holton USD 336 Board

Position 1

Rex Frazier ( incumbent)-577*

Jennifer Taylor-426

Position 3

Shelby Patch ( incumbent)--527*

Jennifer Willcott-334

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Royal Valley USD 337—position 1

Michael Boswell--207*

Jacob “ Tug” Wamego--203

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Nemaha County:  ( unofficial results)

Prairie Hills USD 113 Board—position 1

Ken Cannon--179

Jim Scoby ( incumbent)-404*

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Marysville Mayor:

Jason Barnes--546*

Carla Grund ( incumbent)-322

Bill Phillipi-192

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