Stevenson Re-elected, Shaver wins in Madrid, Herrald wins a Write-in

Posted on 05 November 2013 by KWBG

BOONE, Iowa—There were very few contested Council races in the municipal elections in Boone County Tuesday.  In the City of Boone, First Ward Council Member Fenner Stevenson was challenged by Scott Porter and won 79-to-55.  Council members Nick Mallas, Greg Piklapp and Gary Nystorm were unopposed.

In Madrid, the contested race was for the Council at Large seat, won by Lane Shaver over Michael Heeren, 120-to-105.  Shaver had been the Second Ward Council Member in Madrid but was not in the Ward when new boundaries were drawn after the 2010 census.  His second ward position was filled by Kurtis Kruse who ran unopposed to fill the unexpired term.  Steve Burich and Valerie Chapman were unopposed in the First and Third Wards.

In Luther, Erica Herrald won a write-in seat on the City Council.  She ended up in second place with 33 votes, behind Robert Owens who had 49 and ahead of Eric Krohn with 26.

In Ogden, Council Members Brian Reimers and Dave Ohlson were unopposed and were elected.  In Boxholm, Lora Lawton, Rick Carlyle, Jr. and Eddie Simpson were unopposed and won.  Beaver had two candidates on the ballot for three positions.  Joe Elsberry and Dale Smalley each had 11 votes and Rod Wenger was third with 10.  Pilot Mound had four Council seats to fill, two four year terms and two unexpired two year terms.  Sharon Acuff and Jeffrey Conis were elected to the four year terms and Sally Lass and Michael Heslop were elected to the two-year terms.

Election results are unofficial, pending the canvas of the results by the Boone County Supervisors.

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