The Ottumwa Courier

Southeast Iowa

November 7, 2013

Area election results from Nov. 5, 2013

All results are unofficial.

Keokuk County

Delta mayor:

Rudy Votroubek: 28 votes

Delta council - elect five:

Barb Fisher: 25 votes

Amanda Rostami: 28 votes

Sheri Walker: 28 votes

Dawn Whitmore (write-in): 11 votes

Todd Fisher (write-in): 7 votes

Gibson mayor:

Steve Van Zee: 3 votes

Gibson council - elect five:

Greg Ehret: 3 votes

Dennis Ferns: 3 votes

Jessie Linder: 3 votes

Frank Pierce: 3 votes

Harper mayor:

Bernard Greiner: 19 votes

Harper council - elect five:

Grant J. Altenhofen: 15 votes

Connie K. Baker: 23 votes

Kay Beinhart: 15 votes

Julia Smith: 17 votes

Heather Snedigar: 25 votes

Colton Altenhofen (write-in): 14 votes

Ryan Altenhofen (write-in): 14 votes

Haysville mayor:

Chris Gammack: 14 votes

Haysville council - elect two:

Larry Bird: 14 votes

James Hauschild: 13 votes

Hedrick mayor:

Robert W. Crawford: 42 votes

Tommy Smith (write-in): 11 votes

Hedrick council - elect two:

Travis Bunnell: 43 votes

Kay Cernic: 48 votes

Keota mayor:

Anthony Cansler: 77 votes

Claudine Erwin: 43 votes

Keota council - elect three:

Keith Conrad: 115 votes

Kathryn Davis: 71 votes

Rod Hill: 104 votes

Bob Preston: 62 votes

Public Measure F:

Yes: 79 votes

No: 36 votes

Keswick mayor:

Janet L. Wade: 20 votes

Keswick council - elect five:

Larry Bair: 19 votes

Linda K. Cranston: 18 votes

David Krumm: 18 votes

Karen Sieren: 17 votes

Mark Zittergruen: 17 votes

Kinross mayor:

Walter Smith: 12 votes

Kinross council - elect five:

Beth Ann Bitner: 11 votes

Chris Krebs: 11 votes

Earl Phillips: 11 votes

Seth Dylan Phillips: 11 votes

Martinsburg council - elect three:

Mike Messerschmitt (write-in): 13 votes

Jim Bowersock (write-in): 10 votes

Ernie Shull (write-in): 10 votes

Ollie mayor:

Quentin Harbison (write-in): 11 votes

Ollie council - elect three:

Joshua Heisdorffer: 27 votes

Dana Miller (write-in): 14 votes

Scott Vetter (write-in): 12 votes

Richland mayor:

Thomas Hoekstra: 76 votes

Richland council - elect five:

Joe Donovan: 69 votes

Holly Sue Gill: 16 votes

Daniel C. Hadley: 68 votes

Larry A. Johnson: 60 votes

Darrell Loving: 65 votes

Michael A. Noel: 44 votes

Robert J. Olson: 50 votes

Sigourney mayor:

Michael Conner: 97 votes

Terry W. Hollingsworth: 319 votes

Sigourney council member, second ward:

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