The Ottumwa Courier

Southeast Iowa

November 7, 2013

Area election results from Nov. 5, 2013

(Continued)

Jay Dillard: 471 votes

Public Measure A:

Yes: 264 votes

No: 393 votes

Cincinnati mayor:

Dave Rummans: 40 votes

Richard Stewart: 14 votes

Pat Cossolotto: 4 votes

Cincinnati council at large - elect three:

Patricia A. Fowler: 45 votes

Jack W. Kauzlarich: 20 votes

Ron Shady: 40 votes

Robert D. Wireman: 51 votes

Exline mayor:

Jim Casteel: 43 votes

John Matheny: 13 votes

Exline council at large - elect five:

Jim Burns: 48 votes

Terry Hand: 44 votes

Gary Hull: 48 votes

Mary Ann Hurley: 28 votes

Annette L. Sinclair: 38 votes

Moravia mayor:

Irene Brooks: 60 votes

Moravia council at large - elect three:

John Baty: 68 votes

G.E. Luse: 58 votes

Kenneth Martin: 62 votes

Moulton council at large - elect two:

Benjamin R. Hansen: 43 votes

Jason D. Ogden: 66 votes

Terry Pangburn: 37 votes

Mystic mayor:

Frankie Belzer: 35 votes

Mystil council at large - elect five:

Chris Chester: 31 votes

James Hatfield: 37 votes

John R. Hatfield: 39 votes

Philip D. Hudson 39 votes

Arnold F. Pilkenton: 13 votes

Nancy Robinson: 18 votes

Terry Whittom: 26 votes

Numa mayor:

Michelle Kauzlarich: 13 votes

Numa council two-year term - elect one:

Donna L. Sales: 13 votes

Numa council four-year term - elect two:

Jolene Fadiga: 12 votes

Betty Marshall: 13 votes

Plano mayor:

Richard Gorden: 14 votes

Plano council at large - elect five:

Rhonda Bland: 14 votes

Wendell O. DeVore: 14 votes

Willa Dobbs: 13 votes

Nancy Jones: 13 votes

Emma Lee Leopard: 14 votes

Rathbun mayor:

Barbara Milburn: 14 votes

Rathbun council at large - elect five:

Roger Shiltz: 13 votes

Ronnie Milburn: 13 votes

Paul Hill: 9 votes

Richard Glovas: 11 votes

Jim English: 8 votes

Curt Cochran: 4 votes

Udell mayor:

Eric W. Pace: 9 votes

Udell council at large - elect five:

Brandee Ballanger: 9 votes

Jess Ballanger: 9 votes

Mary Clark: 9 votes

Marilyn J. Koehler: 9 votes

Joseph Snow: 9 votes

Unionville mayor:

Roger Selix: 5 votes

Stoney Nuckolls: 6 votes

Unionville council at large - elect five:

Richard Ewing: 17 votes

Lisa Cormeny: 13 votes

Martha Stufflebeem: 13 votes

Krystal Bronson: 13 votes

Bill Ward: 9 votes

Jefferson County

Batavia mayor: Tandy Major: 90 votes

Tina McCoy: 30 votes

Batavia council - elect two:

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