The Ottumwa Courier

Southeast Iowa

November 7, 2013

Area election results from Nov. 5, 2013

(Continued)

Randall D. Schultz: 76 votes

Sigourney council member, fourth ward:

Rick T. Landgrebe: 110 votes

Sigourney council member, at large:

William C. Bender: 272 votes

Erica Hemsley: 132 votes

Sigourney council member, at large to fill vacancy:

Douglas L. Glandon: 279 votes

Charles A. Williams: 133 votes

South English mayor:

Terry Allen: 20 votes

Cody Thomas Fredrick Searl: 11 votes

South English council - elect five:

John G. Bourque: 23 votes

Virginia Garrett: 31 votes

Jim Long: 20 votes

Aaron Osweiler: 29 votes

Larry Strasser: 23 votes

Bill Hoylman (write-in): 12 votes

Thornburg mayor:

Ron Denison: 8 votes

Thornburg council - elect five:

Jill Bos: 7 votes

Crystal Pendleton: 7 votes

Betty Rumer: 7 votes

Becky Seaton: 7 votes

Sheryl Storm: 7 votes

Webster mayor:

Bryan E. Lee: 23 votes

Webster council - elect five:

Steven D. Black: 20 votes

Gerald Glandon: 22 votes

Barbara Shifflett: 20 votes

Scott Mihal (write-in): 15 votes

Kyle Garringer (write-in): 8 votes

Lowell Ryder (write-in): 7 votes

What Cheer mayor:

Mike Danner: 60 votes

What Cheer council - elect five:

Merrill David Decker: 52 votes

Max Gragg Jr.: 60 votes

Lorrie Hartwig: 52 votes

Joe Linder: 52 votes

Chris Terrell (write-in): 15 votes

Van Buren County

Birmingham mayor:

Willis Bruegge: 37 votes

Birmingham council - elect two:

Melvin Ash: 38 votes

Tina Walton: 40 votes

Bonaparte mayor:

Dana Mabe (write-in): 22 votes

Daryl Maroney (write-in): 19 votes

Bonaparte council - elect three

Sherry Christy: 48 votes

Holly Richardson: 43 votes

Dustin Troutman: 45 votes

Cantril mayor:

Randy J. Wiley: 24 votes

Cantril council - elect three

Justin J. Chaplin: 30 votes

Dave Hamburg: 25 votes

Roger Kirkhart: 27 votes

Farmington council - elect three:

William Cline: 31 votes

Robert C. Radosevich: 30 votes

Dillon F. Smith: 33 votes

Keosauqua mayor:

Nasseem Hesler: 142 votes

Kevin Hranicka: 35 votes

Keosauqua council - elect two:

Katie Nichols: 152 votes

Larry E. Shipley: 146 votes

Keosauqua council vacancy:

Chris Stark (write-in): 33 votes

Milton mayor:

Charles B. Boyd: 42 votes

Milton council - elect two:

Christine Fields: 55 votes

Shannon Sample: 21 votes

Jeremy Thomas: 44 votes

Stockport mayor:

Frank D. Nelson: 17 votes

Stockport council - elect three:

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