Davidson wins Cole County Circuit Clerk’s job

Republican Dawnel Davidson, a former Cole County deputy circuit clerk who worked in the office of state courts administrator for the last seven years, captured the circuit clerk’s job in a special election Tuesday.

She beat acting Circuit Clerk Marilue Hemmel, a Democrat, with 19,632 votes, or 55.53 percent of the votes cast. Hemmel received 15,683 votes, or 44.36 percent.

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Area General Election Results for Nov. 6, 2012


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