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APRIL 4 ELECTION RESULTS - Webster/Kirkwood area


Results are unofficial until certified



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April 05, 2017
 
Following are the unofficial results of the April 4 election in the Webster-Kirkwood area:

ST. LOUIS COUNTY
Prop P
Shall St. Louis County impose a half-cent sales tax for the purpose of providing funds to improve police and public safety in St. Louis County and each of the municipalities within St. Louis County?
YES 101,964 - 63%
NO 59,433 - 37%

DES PERES
Municipal Judge
Chuck Billings 1,676 - 65%
Mark R. Bahn 887 - 35%

Ward 1
Jane Langa - 517 - 48%
Benjamin J. Sansone - 552 - 52%

Ward 2
Jim Kleinschmidt 555 - 69%
Chris Jones 243 - 30%

Washington University
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Ward 3
Sean P. Concagh 716 - 99%

GLENDALE
Mayor
Richard J. Magee 1,790 - 97%

Ward 1
Paul E. Roettger 590 - 99%

Ward 2
Michael J. Baugus 589 - 98%

Ward 3
John J. Schuster 563 - 99%

KIRKWOOD
Prop 1
Continues half-cent sales tax for funding capital improvements. Approval of the proposition continues the existing half-cent sales tax without increasing such sales tax.
YES 7,687 - 77%
NO 2,253 - 23%

OAKLAND
Mayor
Keat Wilkins 219 - 46%
Paul Marti 255 - 54%

Ward 1
Karl J. Heinz 96 - 29%
Tom Steuby 230 - 71%

Ward 2
Michael M. Godsy 113 - 98%

ROCK HILL
Ward 1
Edward J. (Ed) Johnson 176 - 98%

Ward 2
Sabrina Westfall-Lumpkins 147 - 98%

Ward 3
Mary K. Wofford 211 - 96%

SHREWSBURY
Ward 1
Elmer Kauffmann 254 - 94%

Ward 2
Rick Steingruby 305 - 96%

Ward 3
Mike Travaglini 313 - 95%

WARSON WOODS
Ward 1
James (Jim) Newman 81 - 95%

Ward 2
Gordon W. Gosh 99 - 100%

Ward 3
Charles Luisetti 77 - 96%

Ward 4
Mark F. Wittich 158 - 99%

WEBSTER GROVES
Prop R
Imposes a tax upon all real property at a rate of not more than 20 cents per $100 of assessed valuation to fund police and firefighters pensions completely and to supplement the pensions of other employees.
YES 3,372 - 64%
NO 1,857 - 36%

KIRKWOOD SCHOOL BOARD (Vote for 3)
Julie Backer 8,026 - 24%
Michael Mancini 3,627 - 11%
Allen McCoy 1,814 - 6%
Jennifer Pangborn 5,703 - 17%
Chad Kavanaugh 5,953 - 18%
Margaret Boyko 2,754 - 8%
Greg Ashley 3,892 - 12%
Jeff Barry 979 - 3%

Prop K
For the purpose of ensuring support for all students and high-quality instruction, and protecting student programs, class sizes, student safety, security, student transportation and services, and providing for ongoing operating expenses and financial stability, shall the board of education increase the operating tax levy ceiling by 46 cents per $100 of assessed valuation? If approved, the adjusted operating district levy is estimated to be $4.2684 for residential real property, $5.7269 for commercial real property, $2.7485 for agricultural real property and $4.9795 for personal property.
YES 8,532 - 58%
NO 6,188 - 42%

WEBSTER GROVES SCHOOL BOARD (Vote for 3)
Amy Clendennen 3,903 - 25%
Jo Beth Doll 4,052 - 25%
Thomas (Tom) Newport 2,906 - 18%
David Addison 3,104 - 20%
Michael J. Rose 1,848 - 12%


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