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Missouri municipal election results April 2018

(MGN Online)

*Results are unofficial


Adair County (1,737 total ballots, 12.48% turnout)

Adair County Ambulance District Question
Shall the Adair County Ambulance District continue applying and collecting the local sales tax on the titling of motor vehicles, trailers, boats and outboard motors purchased from a source other than a licensed Missouri dealer?

Yes - 1,444 (85.24%)

No - 250 (14.76%)


Kirksville R-3 School District Board of Education (vote for two)

Matthew Thomas Copeland - 714 (27.38%)

Gay Jones Nichting - 997 (38.23%)

Michael A. Bishop, II - 890 (34.13%)


Write In - 6 (0.23%)

Write In - 1 (0.04%)


Adair County Nursing Home dba Twin Pines Adult Care Center Board of Directors At-Large (vote for two)

Ed Smiser - 1,036 (38.71%)

Vance E. Myers - 584 (21.82%)

Jim Bergman - 1,046 (39.09%)

Write In - 9 (0.34%)

Write In - 1 (0.04%)


La Plata R-2 School District Board of Education (vote for two)

Jason Robinson - 19 (45.24%) [Total w/Macon County: 294]

Brandon L. Mack - 18 (42.86%) [Total w/Macon County: 244]


Harold E. Collins - 5 (11.90%) [Total w/Macon County: 165]


City of Brashear Alderman At-Large (vote for two)

Matt McKim - 14 (77.78%)

Scott Niver (write-in) - 1 (5.56%)

Shirlene Hettinger (write-in) - 1 (5.56%)

Unresolved Write In - 2 (11.11%)


Village of Gibbs Board of Trustees (vote for three)

Jennifer Magruder (write-in) - 4 (40.00%)

Lonnie Magruder (write-in) - 4 (40.00%)

Sandy Thrasher - 2 (20.00%)


Kirksville City Council (vote for one)

Phillip Biston - 687 (56.54%)

Glen Moritz - 456 (37.53%)

Kevin A. Alm - 71 (5.84%)

Write In - 1 (0.08%)


Novinger R-1 School District Board of Education (vote for two)

Sharon Barnes - 99 (30.84%)

Robin Carter - 124 (38.63%)


Alan Linder - 96 (29.91%)

Write In - 2 (0.62%)


City of Greentop Alderman At-Large (vote for two)

Sam Tarr - 2 (50.00%)

Stephen L. March - 2 (50.00%)



City of Novinger Alderman At-Large (vote for two)

Robert Stonecipher - 49 (46.23%)

Derrell Kimball - 42 (39.62%)


Write In - 15 (14.15%)

Frank L. Davis Sr. (write-in) - 14 (13.21%)


City of Novinger Tax Levy
Shall the City of Novinger continue the 35-cent tax levy on one hundred dollars valuation for general municpal purposes for 4 years in the City of Novinger (no tax increase)?

Yes - 50 (87.72%)

No - 7 (12.28%)


Knox County

Edina Ward 3 Alderman

Rick Yoakum 9


Knox County R-1 School District Board of Education

Stacy Alexander 15

Karen K. Hall 35

Kelly W. Hayes 27


City of Edina Mayor

Eric B. Hunolt 5

Steve Peters 21


County Proposition A
Shall the County Road and Bridge District of Knox County continue an existing levy rate of .3500 on the hundred dollar valuation for a period of four years beginning January 1, 2019 for the purpose of Road and Bridge upkeep and repairs. This is a continuation of the rate previously authorized by the voters.

Yes 40
No 3


Edina Proposition A
Shall the City of Edina impose a local use tax at the same rate as the total local sales tax rate, currently 1.00%, provided that if the local sales tax rate is reduced or raised by voter approval, the local use tax rate shall also be reduced or raised by the same action? A use tax return shall not be required to be filed by persons whose purchases from out-of-state vendors do not in total exceed two thousand dollars in any calendar year.

Yes 15

No 9

Linn County


Brookfield City Council Member

George Head


Brookfield Proposition B
Shall the municipality of Brookfield continue to impose a sales tax of one quarter of one percent for the purpose of funding community revitalization capital improvements which may include the retirement of debt under previously authorized bonded indebtedness for an additional four (4) years?

Yes 257

No 100


Special School Levy Election Proposition 2
Shall the Board of Education of the Brookfield R-III School District, Missouri, be authorized to continue the temporary operating tax levy of $0.4239 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation through Tax Year 2023 for purposes of maintaining district facilities and meeting the operating expenses of the school district?


Yes 476

No 184


Macon County (2,408 total ballots)


Ethel Mayor

Donald Souther - 13 (81.25%)

Write In - 3 (18.75%)


Ethel Council (vote for 2)

Denise Harlow - 5 (15.63%)

Lynn Mason - 15 (46.88%)

Jay Shepley - 11 (34.38%)


Write In - 1 (3.13%)


Bevier Alderman (vote for two)

John Dawson - 30 (20.27%)

Cody Cole - 69 (46.62%)

Rick Jennings - 46 (31.08%)

Write In - 3 (2.03%)


Macon Ambulance Subdistrict #1


Damon Pagliai - 247 (98.02%)

Write In - 5 (1.98%)


Macon County Ambulance Subdistrict #4

Charles Tyler Hall - 69 (58.47%)

Amy Preston - 49 (41.53%)


La Plata R-2 School District Board of Education (vote for 2)

Jason Robinson - 275 (41.60%) [Total w/Adair County: 294]

Brandon L. Mack - 226 (34.19%) [Total w/Adair County: 244]


Harold E. Collins - 160 (24.21%) [Total w/Adair County: 165]


La Plata Mayor

Lois Bragg - 220 (97.35%)

Write In - 6 (2.65%)


La Plata Alderman Ward 1

Susan Walker - 71 (54.62%)

Dustin "Dusty" Sawyer - 59 (45.38%)


La Plata Alderman Ward 2

Trent Perry - 75 (67.57%)

Charlie Thompson - 36 (32.43%)


Bucklin R-II School District Board of Education (vote for 2)

Jimmy Riley - 3 (25.00%)

Larry Mills - 4 (33.33%)

Elisha Weimer - 5 (41.67%)


Proposition 36
Shall the U.S. Highway 36 - Interstate 72 Corridor Transportation Development District be abolished?

Yes - 1,455 (66.23%)

No - 742 (33.77%)


Macon R-1 School District Board of Education (vote for two)

Stephen M. Burns - 1,067 (38.87%)

Donny Wyatt - 1,084 (39.49%)


Felton Enyard - 581 (21.17%)

Write In - 13 (0.47%)


Salisbury R-IV School District Board of Education (vote for two)

Bryan D. Scheiderer - 1 (20.00%)

Pam Lockard - 1 (20.00%)

Terry Lea Hulett - 3 (60.00%)


City of Atlanta Local Use Tax

Yes - 21 (60.00%)

No - 14 (40.00%)


Atlanta Alderman (vote for 3)

John True Jr. - 26 (31.33%)

Lisa Bender - 28 (33.73%)

Neal Ross - 27 (32.53%)


Write In - 2 (2.41%)


City of Callao Use Tax Question

Yes - 23 (76.67%)

No - 7 (23.33%)


Callao Alderman (vote for 2)

Suzanne Summers - 22 (41.51%)

Vickie Thompson - 22 (41.51%)


Steve Spink - 8 (15.09%)

Write In - 1 (1.89%)


New Cambria Mayor

Bob Maddox - 10 (90.91%)

Write In - 1 (9.09%)


New Cambria Alderman (vote for 2)

Bobby Hontz - 8 (42.11%)

Wayne Kitchen - 9 (47.37%)


Write In - 2 (10.53%)


Macon Collector

Rebecca J. Sims - 1,164 (99.23%)

Write In - 9 (0.77%)


Macon Councilman Ward 1

Ernie D. Lea - 228 (44.97%)

Taylor Wesley - 278 (54,83%)

Write In - 1 (0.20%)


Macon Councilman Ward 2

Tony Petre - 396 (99.00%)

Write In - 4 (1.00%)


Macon Councilman Ward 3

Jerold Carr - 101 (68.71%)

Craig Van Der Aa - 45 (30.61%)

Write In - 1 (0.68%)


Macon Councilman Ward 4

Jerry Thompson - 179 (98.35%)

Write In - 3 (1.65%)


Macon Mayor

Dale Bagley - 521 (39.80%)

James "Talt" Holman - 778 (59.43%)

Write In - 10 (0.76%)


Hudson Special Rd Commissioner

Stephen L. Shoush - 840 (60.26%)

Larry Herndon - 553 (39.67%)


South Gifford Councilman (vote for two)

Dean Aholt - 8 (33.33%)

Judy C. Cook - 10 (41.67%)


Write In - 6 (25.00%)


Putnam County (370 total ballots, 10.39% turnout)


Putnam E-911 At Large

Write In - 70


Putnam County Memorial Hospital Board Member (5-year term)

Write In - 84


Putnam County Memorial Hospital Board Member (2-year term)

Write In - 79


Putnam County Nursing Home District #4 Board Member

Jerry Quigley - 23 (43.40%)

Sherry Munden - 30 (56.60%)


Unionville Mayor

Charles W. Pittman - 125 (61.27%)


Johnny P.E. Womboldt - 77 (37.75%)

Write In - 2 (0.98%)


Unionville South Ward Alderman

Susan Kay Koenen - 89 (96.74%)

Write In - 3 (3.26%)


Unionville North Ward Alderman

Nancy J. Jones - 62 (96.88%)

Write In - 2 (3.12%)


Question
Shall the City of Unionville impose a sales tax of one-half percent, for economic development purposes, including, but not limited to, redevelopment of Unionville's downtown area and reconstructing the McCalment Park facility, all to aid in attracting and retaining businesses in the city?


Yes - 112 (57.14%)

No - 84 (42.86%)


Village of Lucerne Trustees (vote for 3)

Chris B. Hines - 13 (40.62%)

Write In - 19 (59.38%)


Village of Livonia Trustees (vote for 3)

David Jonaitis - 8 (40.00%)

Write In - 12 (60.00%)


Village of Powersville Trustees (vote for 3)

George Roberts - 6 (46.15%)

Write In - 7 (53.85%)


Grant Township Proposition

Yes - 37 (94.87%)

No - 2 (5.13%)


Schuyler County (820 total ballots, 30.30% turnout)


Schuyler County R-1 School Board of Education Directors (vote for 2)

Jill Moncrief - 402 (28.41%)

Jennifer L. Pantry - 554 (39.15%)

Kathy Yearns - 444 (31.38%)

Write In - 5 (1.06%)


City of Queen City Alderman At Large

John March - 78 (50.32%)

Bill Byrn - 75 (48.39%)

Write In - 2 (1.29%)


Queen City Proposition 1
Shall the City of Queen City, Missouri, issue general obligation bonds in the amount of $72,000 for the purpose of refinancing outstanding leasehold obligations thereby saving the City an estimated $8,000 +/- in interest?

Yes - 75 (83.33%)

No - 15 (16.67%)


Queen City Proposition 2
Shall the City of Queen City, Missouri, be authorized to forgo annual elections if the number of candidates who have filed for a particular office is equal to the number of open seats in that office to be filled by the election? This issue to be revisited every six (6) years and would save the City an estimated $400 each election when applicable.


Yes - 64 (71.11%)

No - 26 (28.89%)


Schuyler County Proposition K.I.D.S.
Shall the Board of Education of the Schuyler County R-1 School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) for the purpose of providing funds for the site development, construction, equipping, and furnishing of softball/baseball fields; to the extent funds are available, complete other repairs and improvements to the existing facilities of the District; and issue bonds for the payment thereof?

Yes - 373 (45.94%)

No - 439 (54.06%)


Lancaster North Ward Alderman

John D. West - 72 (94.74%)

Write In - 4 (5.26%)


Lancaster South Ward Alderman

Paul Reynolds - 57 (96.61%)

Write In - 2 (3.39%)


Downing Mayor

Alan Garrett - 46 (97.87%)

Write In - 1 (2.13%)


Downing Marshall Vacancy

Alan Garrett (W) - 1 (5.56%)

Kade Jackson (W) - 1 (5.56%)

Jim Gooden (W) - 1 (5.56%)

Richard Buford (W) - 2 (11.11%)

David Burden (W) - 1 (5.56%)

Steve Anderson (W) - 1 (5.56%)

Dillon Jackson (W) - 1 (5.56%)

Derek Bradley (W) - 1 (5.56%)

Write In - 9 (50.00%)


Downing South Ward Alderman

Bill Anderson - 21 (100%)


Downing North Ward Alderman

Gene Bruner - 29 (96.67%)

Write In - 1 (3.33%)


Greentop Alderman At Large (vote for two)

Sam Tarr - 35 (45.45%)

Stephen L. March - 34 (44.16%)


Write In - 8 (10.39%)


Scotland County


Scotland County Health Department Board Member

Patty Freburg 309

Cindy Justice 279

Robert Parrish 131

Deirdre (Dee) Wiley 220


Scotland County Ambulance Sub-District 4 Director

Frank Wineinger 56

Nancy Kapfer 42


City of Memphis Mayor

William C. Reckenberg 165


City of Memphis West Ward Alderman

Chris Feeney 76


City of Memphis City Marshal

Bill Holland 175


Shelby County (1,835 total ballots, 41.67% turnout)

Proposition 36
Shall the U.S. Highway 36 - Interstate Corridor Transportation Development District be abolished?

Yes - 1,386 (78.35%)

No - 383 (21.65%)


Clarence Nursing Home Subdistrict #3 Board Member (vote for one)

James F. Kohn - 11 (11.34%)

Rick Maupin - 86 (88.66%)


Shelby County R-IV School District Board of Education (vote for two)

Brian Threlkeld - 689 (24.12%)

Scott Gough - 743 (26.02%)

Nathaniel Schoonover - 719 (25.18%)

Tina Dovin - 669 (23.42%)

Write In - 36 (1.26%)


Shelby County R-IV School District Proposition K.I.D.S.
Shall the Board of Education of the Shelby County R-IV School District, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling of $4.4800 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation through Tax Year 2037 in order to provide funds for the site development, construction, equipping and furnishing of a new elementary school; to the extent funds are available, complete with other renovations, remodeling and repair improvements to existing facilities; and to meet the additional operating needs of the District? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted operating levy of the District is estimated to increase by $0.7300 from $3.7500, currently, to $4.4800 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for the 2018 Tax Year and can be applied to the assessed valuation for each year thereafter through Tax Year 2037.


Yes - 861 (52.18%)

No - 789 (47.82%)


Village of Bethel Board of Trustees (vote for three)

John A. Malcarne Jr. - 16 (32.65%)

Wallace L. Prince - 16 (32.65%)

Kathryn L. Lund - 17 (34.69%)



City of Shelbyville Question
Shall the City of Shelbyville renew the thirty ($.30) tax levy increase, per one hundred dollars ($100.00) assessed valuation, for general municipal purposes, for a four year period in the City of Shelbyville, Missouri?


Yes - 47 (83.93%)

No - 9 (16.07%)


City of Hunnewell Mayor

Carl Bastian - 18 (100%)


City of Hunnewell Alderman At Large (vote for two)

Aaron Bastian - 11 (32.35%)

Samuel Murray - 15 (44.12%)


Terrance Burke - 8 (23.53%)


City of Clarence Mayor

Faith A. Roemmelt - 48 (17.78%)

Wendy Timbrook - 217 (80.37%)


City of Clarence Alderman (vote for two)

Latrelle Walker - 79 (17.48%)

Dorothy Lanpher - 141 (31.19%)

Mike Rickerson - 221 (48.89%)


Write In - 11 (2.43%)


Clarence Proposition No. 1
Shall the City of Clarence impose a sales tax of one-half of one percent for transportation purposes?


Yes - 108 (40.00%)

No - 162 (60.00%)


City of Shelbina Mayor

Al Dimmitt - 580 (96.51%)

Write In - 21 (3.49%)


City of Shelbina City Marshall

Daniel Dovin - 262 (41.72%)

Jerry Fenton - 363 (57.80%)

Write In - 3 (0.48%)


City of Shelbina Alderman East Ward

Alan Denham - 269 (83.80%)

Harvey Skirvin - 43 (13.40%)

Write In - 9 (2.80%)


City of Shelbina Alderman West Ward

Chad Wharton - 285 (99.30%)

Write In - 2 (0.70%)


Sullivan County

(5 of 6 precincts)


Milan North Ward Alderman

Dave Atkins 13

Randy McCollum 45


Milan West Ward Alderman

Sally Jones 10

Milan South Ward Alderman

Ricky Gardner 21

Steve Hill 27


Milan Mayor

Andy Herington 88


City of Browning Alderman (vote for two)

Tommy Cordray

Rob Wood


Village of Humphreys Alderman

Lewis H. Rogers 2
Write-in 1




City of Newtown Alderman East Ward

Darin Metcalf 4
Write-in 10


City of Newtown Alderman West Ward



City of Newtown Tax Levy Question

Yes 16

No 4



City of Green Castle South Alderman

Blake Seaton 4


City of Green Castle North Alderman



Grundy County R-V School District Board of Education (vote for two)

Alex Peterson 12

Mike Herrold 13

Opie J. Peterson 2

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