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Final election results

Tuesday, April 6, 2010 | 8:07 p.m. CDT; updated 10:08 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, April 6, 2010
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Final

Mayor: Bob McDavid

Third Ward: Gary Kespohl

Fourth Ward: Daryl Dudley

School Board: Jan Mees, James Whitt and Jonathan Sessions

Proposition 1 on downtown cameras: Yes

School Bond: Yes

9:20 p.m.

With 32 of 51 precincts reporting, Bob McDavid has widened his lead in the mayoral race with 50 percent of the vote to Jerry Wade's 31 percent.

Karl Skala is still ahead in the Third Ward by 52 votes, and Tracy Greever-Rice is leading the Fourth Ward race.

Proposition 1, which asks whether Columbia should install security cameras downtown, is at 57 percent 'yes' votes. The school bond issue has 77 percent approval.

Jan Mees, Jim Whitt and Jonathan Sessions are leading in the school board races.

8:40 p.m.

New results are now in with 15 precincts reporting.

Bob McDavid is still leading in the mayoral race with 41 percent of the vote to Jerry Wade's 38 percent.

Karl Skala is now ahead in the Third Ward and Tracy Greever-Rice is leading the Fourth Ward race.

Proposition 1, downtown cameras, is winning by a narrow margin. The school bond issue has 78 percent approval.

Jan Mees, Jim Whitt and Jonathan Sessions are leading in the school board races.

Boone County Clerk Wendy Noren said she expects 27,000 to vote; 6,618 ballots have been counted so far.

8:07 p.m.

The absentee ballot numbers are in.

Bob McDavid is leading in the mayoral race with 327 votes to Jerry Wade's 212.

Gary Kespohl is ahead in the Third Ward and Daryl Dudley is leading the Fourth Ward race.

Proposition 1, downtown cameras, garnered 453 'yes' votes and 179 'no' votes.

About 75 percent of absentee voters said yes to the school bond issue. These numbers are very preliminary.

Boone County Clerk Wendy Noren said she expects 27,000 total residents to vote; 789 ballots have been counted so far.


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