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Election Results - April 1, 2014

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CHEROKEE COUNTY, KANSAS - UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

Baxter Springs City Council 1st ward
City Council of Baxter Ward 1
Stan Pickering - 1
WRITE-IN - 67 (Carl Ikenberry - 38)

Baxter Springs City Council 2nd ward
City Council of Baxter ward 2
Vote 1
Susan Gast - 26
Staci L. Price - 17
WRITE-IN - 3

Baxter Springs City Council 3rd ward
City Council of Baxter ward 3
Vote for 1
Gary Sisco - 37
WRITE-IN - 2

Baxter Springs City Council 4th ward
City Council of Baxter ward 4
Vote for 1
Jessee Haverfield - 15
WRITE-IN - 2

Columbus City Council 1st ward
City Council of Columbus ward 1
Vote for 1
Henry Dale Burton - 60
WRITE-IN - 4

Columbus City Council 2nd ward
City Council of Columbus ward 2
Vote for 1
Leslie Flood - 22
Marion L. Morgan Jr - 100
WRITE-IN - 0

Columbus City Council 3rd ward
City Council of Columbus Ward 3
Vote for 1
Gary L. Smith - 88
WRITE-IN - 6

Columbus City Council 4th ward
City Council of Columbus ward 4
Vote for 1
Barbara J. Capron - 54
WRITE-IN - 5

Columbus City Council 5th ward
City Council of Columbus ward 5
Vote for 1
WRITE-IN - 47 (Alvin Patterson - 21)

Columbus Hospital Board
Vote for 1
David Boyd - 393
WRITE-IN - 10

West Mineral City Council
Vote for 3
Kurt A. Johnson - 16
WRITE-IN - 27 (Romy Wilson - 11, Phil Holcomb - 10)

City of Columbus form of government HOSPITAL BOARD
Vote for 1
Yes - 199
No - 247


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