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Eudora City Council, school board election results

April 6, 2011

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View an interactive, precinct-by-precinct breakdown of the results for the Eudora City Council and Eudora School Board races.

Interactive map of Eudora School Board election results

View an interactive, precinct-by-precinct breakdown of the results for the Eudora School Board election held April 5, 2011.

Interactive map of Eudora City Council race results

View an interactive, precinct-by-precinct breakdown of results for the Eudora City Council race held April 5, 2011.

Six candidates ran for three spots on the Eudora City Council. Ruth Hughs, Kenneth Massey and John Fiore were elected Tuesday, accounting for nearly 65 percent of votes.

Hughs led all candidates with 408 votes, and Massey came in second with 268. Fiore edged Jerry Trober Sr. for the third spot, grabbing 243 votes to Trober’s 231. Maria Nelson and Chris Fiedler earned 201 and 65 votes, respectively.

Five candidates ran for four at-large positions on the Eudora School Board. Joe Pyle (419 votes), Belinda Rehmer (418), Mark Chrislip (393) and Daniel Dickerson (332) all earned seats on the board. Bryan Maring came in fifth with 290 votes.

Of Eudora’s four voting precincts, Eudora City Hall had the fewest registered voters with 780, but the highest turnout at 17.3 percent. Eudora Church of Christ had the most registered to vote at its precinct, 1524, 15.6 percent of whom voted.

Results remain unofficial until certified by Douglas County commissioners, who meet at 9 a.m. Monday to review vote totals and consider 107 provisional ballots.

Comments

mistygreen 4 years, 4 months ago

The Eudora school district includes Johnson and Leavenworth counties as well as Douglas. Is Johnson and Leavenworth counties included in the statistics you provided?

08Champs 4 years, 4 months ago

Since there is only one new board member.... I assume you'll be attending the board meetings and doing research on the issues before you make a judgment? Oops. Too late.

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