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Tuesday Night’s Election Results

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(Nov. 5th Unofficial Election Results)

 

MAYOR OF BILLINGS:
Tom Hanel              79%

John McFadden        21%

SCHOOL BOND 2: 100%
54% YES
47%    NO

CITY CHARTER: 100%
45% YES
55% NO

BILLINGS CITY COUNCIL:
Ward 1:

Mike Yakawich   65%
Mihail Kennedy     18%
Ron Black              16%

Ward 3:
Rich McFadden 63%
Bryce Turcotte 36%

Ward 4:
Al Swanson        41%
James Mariska     20%
John Quandt        20%
David Fishbaugh  18%

Ward 5:
Shaun Brown       50%
Dennis Ulvestad    49%

BILLINGS MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE:
Sheila Kolar 98%
Write-in           2%

LOCKWOOD AREA WATER AND SEWER: 100%
YES   38%
NO   62%

MAYOR OF LAUREL:
Mark Mace 75%
Write-in       25%

LAUREL CITY COURT JUDGE:
Jean M. Kerr 97%
Write-in           3%

LAUREL CITY COUNCIL:

Ward 1:
Douglas Poehls 96%
Write-in               4%

Ward 2:
Bruce McGee 98%

Write-in            2%

Ward 3:
Chuck Dickerson 94%
Write-in                  6%

Ward 4:
Thomas C. Nelson 99%
Write-in                    1%

Ward 4 unexpired:
William G. Mountsier 97%
Write-in                         3%

BROADVIEW COMMISSIONER:
Jessica M. Ivie     36%
Roger D. Swartz    30%
Jeffrey Barber        28%
Write-in                   6%

Visit the Yellowstone County Elections Website for official election results.

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