The Ottumwa Courier

Southeast Iowa

November 7, 2013

Area election results from Nov. 5, 2013


Jerry Leathers: 17 votes

Crystal Owens: 17 votes

Ray Snyder: 10 votes

Wapello County

Agency mayor:

Kevin Snyder: 96 votes

Agency council - elect three:

John Benedict: 65 votes

Daniel Boos: 56 votes

Alan Campbell: 85 votes

Mary Ruth Hanna: 39 votes

William Steele: 80 votes

Agency council member vacancy:

Linda Teeter Knaak: 24 votes

Kathy Thrasher: 90 votes

Blakesburg mayor:

Jason Myers: 94 votes

Blakesburg council - elect two:

Penny Fisher: 25 votes

Ronald Moser: 4 votes

Donna Thompson: 70 votes

Vickie Willey: 90 votes

Chillicothe mayor:

James M. Lasley: 15 votes

Chillicothe council - elect five:

David Dalbey: 18 votes

Sharon Lasley: 16 votes

Troy L. Ragen: 10 votes

John Richmond: 18 votes

Tim Richmond: 20 votes

Eddyville mayor:

John Simmers: 84 votes

Eddyville council - elect three:

Randy Deevers: 41 votes

Doug Greenlee: 77 votes

Dot Maudlin: 80 votes

Wendell Terrell: 73 votes

Eldon mayor:

Sean Coulter: 172 votes

Shirley A. Stacey: 126 votes

Eldon council - elect five:

Craig Brown: 254 votes

Kaye Cranston: 188 votes

Linda Durflinger: 158 votes

Missy Streeby: 169 votes

Laura Thompson: 142 votes

Jerry L. Potts: 211 votes

Reed Vass: 174 votes

Ottumwa mayor:

Frank Flanders: 1,383 votes

Tom X. Lazio: 2,348 votes

Ottumwa council - elect three:

Keith Caviness: 1,450 votes

Matt Dalbey: 1,734 votes

Robert L. LaPoint: 689 votes

Bob Meyers: 2,135 votes

Belinda Smith-Cicarella: 1,711 votes

Skip Stevens: 2,626 votes

Monroe County

Albia mayor:

Richard P. Clark: 257 votes

Tom Murphy: 436 votes

Albia council:

Rowland Barnes: 87 votes

Dennis Conley Jr.: 331 votes

Debbie Judge: 115 votes

Deborah Morgan: 89 votes

Chris Wirtjes: 60 votes

Albia first ward council:

Bryon Stilley: 166 votes

Albia third ward council:

Tom Adler: 112 votes

Christopher Yarkosky: 23 votes

Albia fourth ward council:

Brian Bell: 147 votes

Lovilia mayor:

Pat Gilbert: 46 votes

Public Measure A:

Yes: 576 votes

No: 106 votes

Public Measure B:

Yes: 214 votes

No: 29 votes

Appanoose County

Centerville mayor:

Jan Spurgeon: 597 votes

Centerville council ward two - elect one:

Darrin D. Hamilton: 131 votes

Jay Rogers: 100 votes

Centerville council at large - elect one:

Walter E. Buban: 169 votes

Ronald Creagan: 342 votes

Kendale Schwering: 121 votes

Centerville council to fill vacancy - elect one:

Edwin Brand: 171 votes

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