Citizens for a Better Columbia supported Ryan Euliss in the Sixth Ward and Dan Rader in the First Ward, but neither candidate won.
The Rev. Clyde Ruffin, an MU theater professor and senior pastor at the Second Missionary Baptist Church, prevailed with less than 25 percent of the vote.
Challenger Paul Love lost by just 83 votes. Trapp wants to focus on responsive government and "livable streets."
The doctor and neighborhood volunteer said she wants to focus on the fundamentals of city government.
City officials argued that Proposition 1 would increase the capacity and reliability of the city's power system at a reasonable cost and that Proposition 2 was necessary to bring storm sewers up to snuff.
All precincts have reported in Tuesday's election.
Polling places will remain open until 7 p.m. Columbia City Council, Columbia School Board and Boone Hospital Trustee races are on the ballot, along with two city propositions.
His withdrawal drops the field from nine candidates to eight.
The Missourian asked the City Council candidates questions about major issues facing the city.
With nine candidates on the ballot including write-in Chad Phillips, this is the busiest City Council election Boone County Clerk Wendy Noren can remember.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Two cardiologists are running for chair emeritus Barbara Weaver's position on the Boone Hospital Center's Board of Trustees. Robert Doroghazi and Jerry Kennett differ on the main issue facing the trustees: whether to renew a lease with BJC, which manages the county-owned hospital.
Candidates for three seats on the Columbia City Council respond to a question from the Missourian on specific issues in their ward they look to make a priority if elected to City Council — including infrastructure, affordable housing, tenants' protection, public safety and public parking.
The candidates for Columbia City Council said there are many causes — increased polarization in city council, transparent fiscal policy, improving infrastructure, diversity — that they hoped the council would resolve during their time on the council.
Incubators and new marketing strategies are intended to bring more employment opportunities to town.
The relatively open-ended C-2 zoning guidelines that govern downtown development might be a reason why student housing has sprouted up in recent years. An amendment to the zoning card was added by the Columbia City Council to restrict height of buildings and to require adequate parking.
The club selected Rob Rasmussen based on his responses to the club’s questionnaire about environmental issues.
Candidates from the First, Second and Sixth wards answered Missourian reporters questions regarding economic development strategies.
All 13 candidates for three open Columbia City Council seats weighed in on the future and past of downtown Columbia.
Candidates for the three available council seats filed reports detailing funds raised and spent during their campaigns.