Unofficial results of write-in races, Osage County elections, Nov. 5, 2019

Several of the school board and municipal races in the Nov. 5, 2019, general election in Osage County had no candidates filing for the position, leaving those races to be decided by write-in votes.

In the Quenemo City Council race, two candidates were on the ballot for two seats on the council, but there were enough write-in votes to affect the results. In the Carbondale City Council race, one candidate appeared on the ballot and won one of two open seats; the other seat is to be decided by write-in votes.

The Osage County election office has released the unofficial tally of write-in votes in local races in Tuesday’s election. The results will be unofficial until canvassed by members of the Osage County Commission on Nov. 15.

Positions and tallies of write-in races as of Nov. 8, 2019:

USD 454 Position 2

  • Jamie Bowman, 59
  • Kris Kline, 48
  • Linda White, 2

USD 454 Position 3

  • Jamie Bowman, 3
  • Kris Kline, 6
  • Nicholas Newnan, 31
  • Steven Tyson, 39
  • Stephanie Watts, 17
  • Linda White, 2

Carbondale Mayor

  • Mike Fulton, 37
  • Darius Lee, 25

Carbondale City Council
(two positions)

  • Dawn Sitz, 24
  • Darius Lee, 18
  • *Larry L. Hinck, 114

Olivet Mayor

  • Tim Ormsby, 5

Olivet City Council

  • Mary Brown, 3
  • Pat Harsh, 3
  • Roger Mason, 5
  • Megan McGraw, 5
  • Allen Reynolds, 5
  • Steve Sage, 6

Quenemo Mayor

  • Adam Anderson, 23
  • Gary Moore 30

Quenemo City Council
(two positions)

  • Tammy McCoy, 30
  • Randal Wilson, 25
  • *Fred Sweetwood, 51
  • *John Wilson, 28

*Denotes candidate listed on ballot.

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