Election Results in St. Clair County

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Election Results in St. Clair County


Complete but unofficial results of Tuesday's contested elections in St. Clair County. An asterisk denotes an incumbent; winners are capitalized.

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Mayor CALLIE MOBLEY* 405 Thomas Howard Jr. 143 Janice Guthrie 57 Vaughn Jackson 63 Hannah Lewis 43 Geraldine Foggy 2 Trustee - Three to be elected HARVEY DENSON* 395 MARCELL HOLTON 363 WAYNE STORY SR. 371 Gail W. Shelby 153 Alfred Wade Sr. 155 Antwyne Golliday Sr. 209 George Ross Williams 67 Belleville Mayor Roger C. Cook* 4,519 MARK A. KERN 5,398 Tom Mabry 924 Clerk Jane Pusa 3,728 LINDA FIELDS 6,736 Treasurer Richard E. Arnold 4,773 MICHAEL J. LUNDY* 5,654 Alderman - Ward 1 Joe Viviano 336 JERRY J. DINGES* 682 Alderman - Ward 2 Dawn Mueller Palmer 339 DOROTHY MEYER 625 Alderman - Ward 3 JERRY TURNER 728 Daniel P. Voegtle 616 Alderman - Ward 4 Bob Samples* 445 KEN EASTERLEY 687 Alderman - Ward 5 Joseph W. Hayden* 792 MARK W. ECKERT 1,006 Alderman - Ward 6 Wayne Ault 488 ROBERT BLAIES 774 Alderman - Ward 7 DEVIN A. KAEMMERER* 883 Jim Green 817 Alderman - Ward 8 Roger Wigginton 722 HENRY BEYKIRCH 832 Brooklyn Village President RUBY COOK* 239 Jerome Harris 210 Clerk Maggie Michelle Cunningham 182 RUTH A. WINSTON* 206 Trustee - Three to be elected PAMELA DENISE CALVERT 235 EVELYN MOORE 171 Earle Atkins* 153 James Derek Sherrod 90 Alfred E. Boyd 101 Dayman Warren 168 TRENTON ATKINS 184 Centreville Alderman - Ward 4 HARVEY JONES JR. 216 Donald H. Knuckle 29 Marius D. Jackson 179 Bryan Washington 18 Collinsville Council members - 2 to be selected FRED A. DALTON 1,577 Gail Tognarelli* 1,357 DONALD KOONCE 1,548 Michael F. Meurer 943 Dupo Village president RICHARD LINDHORST 656 Jeff Horn 359 Clerk Marvin Stott 452 Bruce Feltmeyer 521 Trustees - Three to be elected CHARLES FREDERICK 515 Alan Thompson* 431 RONALD OTTEN 485 Richard Bright 429 JOHN MORVAC 503 Tim Siner 482 East Carondelet Trustee - three to be elected RICH HOOKER* 115 JACQUELINE JACKSON* 122 JAMES H. BROWN 111 Tracy Montgomery 61 East St. Louis City Council - two chosen ALVIN L. PARKS JR. 4,717 Edward Russell 3,752 EDDIE LEE JACKSON* 3,956 Zachary Lawrence Lee 2,430 Fairmont City Mayor Miguel Mora 356 ALEX J. BREGEN* 478 Clerk Carolyn Hrabusicky 351 NICHOLAS PRSHA 470 Trustee - three to be elected Patricia A. Lilly 360 Joseph P. Krypciak 313 Michael Kokotovich 325 CHARLES A. ARRIOLA* 535 DAVID SUAREZ* 456 MICHAEL FIUDO 409 Fairview Heights Alderman - Ward 2 Pat Baeske 102 E. Scott Rich* 183 Alderman - Ward 3 (Four-year term) Mark T. Kupsky 393 Roger D. Lowry 317 Vern L. Haggitt 85 Alderman - Ward 4 Steve J. Hemmer* 546 DENNIS P. BARICEVIC 552 Freeburg Trustee - three to be elected THOMAS GABY* 462 MARIA A. …

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