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More Election Results From April 2nd Election

Unofficial election results from the April 2nd, 2013 elections.

$17 million bond issue for new hospital in Onaga
Yes Winner 593 78%

No 165 22%
Total Votes: 758 – 99%

Onaga Mayor
Gary Holthaus (I) 90 41%
August Hartwich Winner 131 59%
Total Votes: 221 – 99%

USD 108 Washington School Board, Position 6
Mark Cudney 45 34%
Mary Dodd 41 31%
Brad Jones (I) 47 35%
Total Votes: 133 – 99%

USD 224 Clifton-Clyde School Board, Position 6
Carly Bloomfield 13 100%
Patrick Girard 0 0%
Total Votes: 13 – 25%

Clifton Mayor
Corey Affolter 37 30%
John Tillinghast Winner 87 70%
Total Votes: 124 – 99%

USD 364 Marysville School Board, Position 4
Chris Denner 627 52%
Bob Oliver 572 48%
Total Votes: 1199 – 99%

USD 364 Marysville School Board, Position 5
Marc Degenhart Winner 675 56%

Michelle Reinhart (I) 537 44%
Total Votes: 1212 – 99%

USD 364 Marysville School Board, Position 6
Julie Haggard 532 44%
Steven Schotte Winner 664 56%
Total Votes: 1196 – 99%

USD 380 Vermillion School Board, Position 5
Kenny Feldhausen 29 12%
Emmett Koch 14 6%
Robert Mitchell (I) Winner 199 82%
Total Votes: 242 – 99%

USD 380 Vermillion School Board, Position 6
Mark Heurter 97 51%
Marcie Koch 95 49%
Total Votes: 192 – 99%

USD 498 Valley Heights School Board, Position 4
Darcy Claycamp 80 30%
Sharon Osborne (I) Winner 191 70%
Total Votes: 271 – 99%

Oketo City Mayor
Darrell Cook 19 54%
Melvern Holle (I) 16 46%
Total Votes: 35 – 99%

Sabetha Mayor
Douglas Clark (I) Winner 186 77%

Randall Rose 55 23%
Total Votes: 241 – 99%

USD 115 Nemaha Central School Board, Position 6
Jean Placke (I) Winner 54 62%

Alan Schmitz 33 38%
Total Votes: 87 – 99%

About Derek Nester

Derek Nester was born and raised in Blue Rapids, and graduated from Valley Heights High School in May of 2000. He attended Cowley College in Arkansas City and Johnson County Community College in Overland Park studying Journalism & Media Communication. After stops at KFRM and KCLY radio in Clay Center, he joined KNDY in 2002 as a board operator and play by play announcer. Derek is now responsible for the digital content of Dierking Communications, Inc. 6 radio stations. In 2005 Derek joined the staff of KCFX radio in Kansas City as a production assistant for the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network, which airs on 69 radio stations across 9 Midwest states.