Camden, Miller, Morgan County election results

From voting on April 8, 2014

Here are unofficial results from April 8 ballots in the three-county Lake of the Ozarks region of Camden, Miller and Morgan counties.

Being updated

City of Lake Ozark

Three Board of Aldermen seats open - Camden & Miller precincts

Ward I Alderman: Patricia “Pat” Thompson 72, Dan Langley Jr. 28

Ward II Alderman: Larry Buschjost 49

Ward III Alderman: Gerry Murawski 43, Jeff Van Donsel 34

City of Osage Beach

Mayor, city collector and three Board of Aldermen seats open - Camden & Miller precincts

Mayor: Penny Lyons 290, W.W. Bill Stone 132

Ward I Alderman: Kevin Rucker 104

Ward II Alderman: Phyllis Marose 86, Michelle Myler 48, Bob Matula 29

Ward III Alderman: Fred Catcott 59, Thomas Walker 79

Collector: John Berry 350

City of Camdenton

Three Board of Aldermen seats open

Ward I Alderman: Geraldine “Gerry” Rector 85

Ward II Alderman: Sandy Gentry 104

Ward III Alderman: Gary Shepherd 69

City of Sunrise Beach

Two Board of Trustee seats open

Candidates: Ray Kline 21, Charlie Bott 19

City of Laurie

Mayor and two Board of Aldermen seats open

Mayor: Scott Fahrer 98; Herb Keck: 89

Ward I Alderman: Greg Lux 71

Ward II Alderman: Allen Kimberling 62; Bradley Davis: 42

City of Versailles

Two Board of Aldermen seats open

South Ward: Joann Mayor 154; Charla Gross-Hook: 88

North Ward: Lorren Pinzke: 111; Donny Hibdon: 144

City of Eldon

Three Board of Alderman and City Marshall seats open

Ward I Alderman: Jack Owen 9, Scott Harrison 7, Laura Simmons 4

Ward II Alderman: Sharon Cole-Harms 182

Ward III Alderman: Timothy Bradley 48, Kim Knopf 49, Derek Nelson 34

City Marshall: Rodney Fair 369, Kevin Virgin 156

City of Barnett

Mayor, city collector and two Board of Aldermen seats open

Mayor: Larry G. Daulton 28; Geoffrey G. Richardson 32

Collector: Nancy Dunstan: 46

Ward I Alderman: June Shy 14

Ward II Alderman: Jeffrey J. Wilson: 25

City of Iberia

Two Board of Aldermen seats open

Ward I Alderman: Darryn Robertson 22; Clifford Bauom 1; Kevin Workman 2; Donna Nave 1; Corry Piggot 1

Ward II Alderman: Ricky L. Nelson 31

City of Linn Creek

Mayor and three Board of Aldermen seats open

Mayor: Ginny Mueller 32, Joyce M. Thompson 15

City of St. Elizabeth

Trustees

Gerald Rush 25, Roger Edwards 20, Donnie Sanning 22, Cindy Alieksaites 19

Town of Gravois Mills

Four Board of Trustees seats open

Three, two-year term seats: Bob Swengrosh 8, Jack R. Feller 9

One, one-year term seat: Bob Forbes (write-in) 1

Village of Four Seasons

Three Trustee seats open

Candidates: Gordon Ellison 97, Arnold Sandbothe 107, Ranita Jones 99

Village of Climax Springs

Two two-year Board of Trustee seats open

Candidates: Wanda Wilson 8, Shawna Scrivener 8

Village of Tuscumbia

Four Board of Trustees seats open (NOTE: Three persons receiving highest number of votes serve a two-year term; fourth highest serves a one-year term)

Two-year term: Gerald Rush 25; Donnie Sanning 22; Roger Edwards 20

One-year term: Cindy Alieksaites 19

Village of Brumley

Two Board of Trustees seats open

Candidates: Paul Bowden 11, Deloris J. Trusley 11

Village of Olean

Two Board of Trustees seats open

Candidates: Debbie Fletcher 4, Rebecca Kehr 3

Camdenton R-3 School District

Three Board of Education seats open

Candidates: Selynn Barbour 1720, Jackie Schulte 1686, Courtney Hulett 2170, Mindi Sales 1146, Joe Ridgeway 828

School of the Osage R-2

Three Board of Education seats open

Candidates: Mary Whitman 219, Steven Herman 223, Richard “Todd” Miller 212, Michael Ruck 165

Three Board of Education seats open

Candidates: Mary Whitman 373, Steven Hermann 353, Richard “Todd” Miller 360, Michael Ruck 201

Morgan County R-2 District (Versailles)

Three Board of Education seats open

Candidates: Brad Chamberlain, Gay Marriott, Dwayne Schad

Eldon R-1 School District

Three Board of Education seats open

Candidates: Jim Harriman 774, Jill Kliethermes 593, Dennis Schad 616, Chris Hart 646

Miller County R-3 District (Tuscumbia)

Three Board of Education seats open - 5 of 5 Miller precincts

Candidates: Nathan Phillips 38, Greg Hawken 92, David Grimwood 67, Rhonda Buechter 56, Steve Wilson 108, Barry Wisdom 31

Macks Creek School R-5 District

Four Board of Education seats open - 4 of 4 Camden precincts

Three, three-year board terms: Michael Parrack 128, Tieha Willis 74, Connie Russell 101, Josh Lane 92, Joshua Kingston 102, Seth Rahmoeller 98

One, two-year board term: Cheri Nations 159, Stacey Green-Leach 58

Climax Springs R-4 School District

Three Board of Education seats open - 3 of 3 Camden precincts

Candidates: Cindy Jungles 147, Carl Clark 64, Brett Davis 96, Larry Gregory 103, Josh Wolfe 166, Bonnie Danner 128

Iberia R-5 School District

Three Board of Education seats open - 7 of 7 Miller precincts

Candidates: Kyle Nichols 466; Rachel Imperato 427; Clayton Drake 147; Simon Edwards 483; Brain Paul 80; Ricky L. Nelson 158; Mike Ball 159

St. Elizabeth R-4 School District

Three Board of Education seats open and Prop. 2 - 4 of 4 Miller precincts

Candidates: Paul Moyer 90; Douglas Holtmeyer 112; Angie Heckemeyer 88; Val Kesel 83

Proposition 2: Yes 109, No 3

Brumley Fire Department

Two Board of Directors seats open - 7 of 7 Miller precincts

One, six-year term: Tad Nolan Russell 17, Paul Joseph Imperato 105, Melvin Douglas Duncan 273

One, four-year unexpired term: Joshua Pryor 151, Robert Rodden 245

Mid-County Fire Protection District Board of Directors

Two Board of Directors seats open - 13 of 13 Camden precincts

Candidates: Charles E. McElyea 861, Jeremy W. Rugen 829, John W. Page 767

Ballot Issues

• Eldon R-1 School District Ballot Question:

YES 829 (75.64%), NO 267 (24.36%)

Shall the Board of Education of the Eldon R-1 School District of Miller County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of $5,600,000 million for the purpose of providing funds to combine with resources from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for the site development, construction, equipping and furnishing of a Tornado Safe Room/Early Childhood Learning Center; to complete safety and security equipment, lighting, new gym floor at Upper Elementary School, and additional parking at South School; to renovate the fine arts auditorium to accommodate a larger, quality viewing stage and additional seating; to upgrade the technology infrastructure, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems where necessary; to complete improvements to the bus garage area and other remodeling and repair improvements to the existing facilities of the district; and issue bonds for the payment thereof? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the school district is estimated to remain unchanged at 51 cents per $100 of assessed valuation of real and personal property.

• Morgan County R-2 School District Ballot Question:

YES 1,087, NO 877

Shall the Board of Education of the Morgan County R-2 School District be authorized to increase the district’s operating tax levy ceiling to $2.90 per $100 of assessed valuation to provide funds for ongoing operating expenses of the district and costs of constructing and equipping an auditorium that will also serve as a tornado safe room? If this question is approved, the district’s adjusted operating tax levy is estimated to increase by 15 cents from $2.75 to $2.90 per $100 of assessed valuation.

• Mid-County Fire Protection District Ballot Question:

YES 860; NO 799 (Camden County)

Shall the Board of Directors of the Mid-County Fire Protection District by authorized to levy and additional tax of not more than 12 cents on the $100 assessed valuation to provide funds for the support of the district?

• Moreau Fire Protection District Ballot Question:

YES 318, NO 209 Miller County

YES 61, NO 42 Moniteau County

YES 379, NO 251 Combined

Shall the Board of Directors of the Moreau Fire Protection District be authorized to increase the rate of levy for the support of the district from a maximum authorized levy of 30 cents to a maximum levy of 55 cents on each $100 of assessed valuation?

• Gravois Special Road District #8 Ballot Question:

YES 581, NO 153

Shall the Gravois Special Road District #8 of Morgan County continue the levy tax of 10 cents on the hundred dollar valuation, for a period of four years? This is not an increase of the present rate.

• W-3 Neighborhood Improvement Ballot Question:

YES 122, NO 17

Shall Morgan County, Missouri be authorized to levy an annual assessment of $.5760 per $100 of assessed valuation of real property within the W-3 Neighborhood Improvement District plus $10 against each parcel within the district to be used solely for the cost of maintenance of the improvements pursuant to Rev. Stat. Mo. 67.453 et. seq.?

• Y-10 Neighborhood Improvement Ballot Question:

YES 79, NO 18

Shall Morgan County, Missouri be authorized to levy an annual assessment of $.0821 per $100 of assessed valuation of real property within the Y-10 Neighborhood Improvement District plus $25 against each parcel within the district to be used solely for the cost of maintenance of the improvements pursuant to Rev. Stat. Mo. 67.453 et. seq.?

• O-275-275A Neighborhood Improvement Ballot Question:

YES 29, NO 24

Shall Morgan County, Missouri be authorized to levy an annual assessment of $.2540 per $100 of assessed valuation of real property within the O-275-275A Neighborhood Improvement District be used solely for the cost of maintenance of the improvements pursuant to Rev. Stat. Mo. 67.453 et. seq.?

• Lake Road TT-1 and TT-1A Neighborhood Improvement Ballot Question:

YES 29, NO 15

Shall Morgan County, Missouri be authorized to levy an annual assessment of $1.13 per $100 of assessed valuation of real property within the Lake Road TT-1 and TT-1A Neighborhood Improvement District plus $60 against each parcel within the district to be used solely for the cost of maintenance of the improvements pursuant to Rev. Stat. Mo. 67.453 et. seq.?

Other resources:

Results on Camden County Clerk's website

Results on Morgan County Clerk's website

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