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Holt County General Election Results For Nov. 8 2022

Nov 9, 2022 (0)

Holt County General Election Results

Member of Legislature District 40
Barry DeKay  2611
Keith Kube     1174

Lower Niobrara Natural Resources District
At Large – Vote For One
Bradley J. Mahon  188
J.J. Pritchett           192

O'Neill Public School Board Member – District 7
Vote for up to THREE
Monica Huber             1036
Aaron Troester           1032
Coby L. Welke             1143
Jeremy Zakrzewski    965

Chambers Public School Board Member – District 137
Vote for up to THREE
Tony A. Sanderson    158
Amy F. Scott               211
Brady Dexter              201
Jamie Tomjack          280

Stuart Public School Board Member – District 44
Vote for up to THREE
Eric Kohle                   275
Daniel J. Kunz            86
Marvin J. Miksch      257
Jared L. Wolf             270

Summerland Public School Board Member – District 115
Vote for up to THREE
Jeremy L. Wagner   201
LuAnn Schindler      162
Scott Thiele               97
Austin Twibell          155
Mia Bergman            127
Mark Ramold           218

Atkinson City Council – Ward 1
Vote for up to THREE
Ron Krysl           325
Gary A. Lech      232
Scott Shane        331
Helen Olson       348

Mayor City of Atkinson
Vote for ONE
Joshua Ericson    332
Paul A. Corkle      157

O'Neill City Council Ward 3
Vote for ONE
Paul Asche               142
Jacob M. Carman    52

Ewing Village Board of Trustees
Vote for up to THREE
Jeremy Tuttle             72
Dustin Jorgensen      104
Kent A. Stallbaum     22
Kane Fry                     107
Katie Cunningham   79
William W. Graber   39

Inman Village Board of Trustees
Vote for up to TWO
Kyle J. Campbell        27
Nicole D. Campbell   25
Michael Murray         19

Page Village Board of Trustees
Vote for up to TWO
Kurtis J. Campbell                         15
Mary Jo Van Every Leichleiter    32
Mark Tyrell                                      33
Terry Bartak                                    28

Emmet Township
Vote for up to THREE
Kenneth Huston Jr.      24
David Hickey                  23
Kirby Kloppenborg       38
Matt Cole                        40

Paddock Township
Vote for up to THREE
Barbara D. Otto   31
Tim Mann             37
Joe Dobrovolny    22
Tom Schaaf           17

Pleasant View Township
Vote for up to THREE
Nicholas J. Schrunk    23
Connie J. Seger            23
Jay Seger                       23
Gerry Bouska               27

SPECIAL ISSUE

CHAMBERS TOWNSHIP
Shall the Chambers Township be allowed to levy a property tax not to exceed 8 cents per $100 of taxable valuation in excess of the limits prescribed by law until fiscal year ending June 30, 2028, for the purposes of general township operations. This increase is necessary in order for the Township to continue to provide services at the same level as in the past without the need for annual townhall meetings to vote to exceed levy allocations by Holt County. The voters in attendance at such annual meetings have approved the 8 cent levy for the past several years.
FOR the proposal                22
AGAINST the proposal      17

CONLEY TOWNSHIP

Shall the Conley Township be allowed to levy a property tax not to exceed 8 cents per $100 of taxable valuation in excess of the limits prescribed by law until fiscal year ending June 30, 2028, for the purposes of general township operations and shall the Conley Township Board, increase its budgeted restricted funds for fiscal year 2023-24 by $22,000 which is two hundred and nineteen percent (219%) over the current year's restricted funds with the proceeds collected by such additional tax levy used for necessary general operations, road repair and maintenance. This increase is necessary in order for the Township to continue to provide services at the same level as in the past without the need for annual townhall meetings to vote to exceed levy allocations by Holt County.
FOR the proposal
AGAINST the proposal

STUART TOWNSHIP

Shall Stuart Township be allowed to levy a property tax not to exceed 8 cents per one hundred dollars of taxable valuation in excess of the limits prescribed by law until fiscal year 2027-2028 for purpose of general operations.
FOR said levy and tax                186
AGAINST said levy and tax      139

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