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City, schools election results

Riley County:

Manhattan City Commission: (three winners)

Usha Reddi – 2,744

Wynn Butler – 2,000

Jerred McKee – 1,691

Brian Thomason – 1,432

Kaleb James – 913

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Manhattan/Ogden USD 383 (three winners)

Karla Hagemeister – 2,067

Katrina Lewison – 3,136

Jurdene Coleman – 2,149

Jennifer Prewitt – 1,817

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Ballot questions-Recreation and Sales Tax (10-year, 0.25% sales tax )

Yes – 1,380

No – 1,453

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Blue Valley/Randolph USD 384 bond issue:(issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $4,100,000)

Yes – 27

No – 19

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Rock Creek USD 323 bond issue (general obligation bonds not to exceed $30,630,000):

Yes – 80

No – 82

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POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY

Sales tax question: (renewed at one percent for public infrastructure/public safety improvements)

Manhattan/Riley County Voters:

Yes – 451

No – 88

Other Pottawatomie County Voters;

Yes – 270

No – 78

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Ogden Mayor:

Robert Pence – 101

Ogden City Council:(five)

Edward A. Burch – 88

Kenneth Carroll – 78

Roger Graham – 67

Quinn Jacobs – 70

Charles McMullen – 49

Eladio Reid Jr. – 81

Russell T. Rohlman – 68

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Leonardville:

Mayor:

Council (3):

Jack McCarty

Larry Wendland

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Randolph:

Mayor:

Write-In – 7

Council (five):

Greg McKinley – 11

Donna Baer – 7

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Riley: (three council members):

Greg McKinley

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USD 378 (three positions open)

Position 4

Samantha Brown

Lane Howe

Position 5

Michael D. McCoy

Justin Ricketts

Position 6–

Nathan Mead

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USD 384-District 3

Position 6-

Tim Innes

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Westmoreland question-increasing budget for increased levy of five mils for public library:

Yes

No

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Wamego:

City Commissioner (positions two and three):

Position two:

Clifford Baughman

Position three:

William Ditto

Charles Asbury
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Westmoreland :’

Mayor:

Terry Force

City Council (two)

Jeffrey Zimmerman

James (Jim ) Smith

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St. George: (three Council members)

Steve Zimmerman

Hans Kristian Tessmann

Bruce A. Werth

Iris I. Holloway

William G. Wofford

Matthew Ruhnke

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Wamego USD 320:

Position 4:

Cory Meyer

Position 5:

Robert Pettay

Position 6:

Sheryl Wohler

Bryan McBride

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Rock Creek USD 323

Position 4:

Position 5:

Dawn R. Henry

Position 6:

Karol E. Fike

Position 7 at large:

Anna Nippert

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Geary County USD 475 (general obligation bonds not to exceed $105,000,000 for new high school:

Yes

No

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