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Shiner elects deceased candidate to school board

By Sonny Long
May 11, 2013 at 12:11 a.m.
Updated May 12, 2013 at 12:12 a.m.


ELECTION RESULTS

X : Winner

100% of precincts reporting

HALLETTSVILLE

City Council, Mayor:

X Warren Grindeland (I) 223

Nancy Braus 55

Alderman, Place 2:

X Gene Chandler (I) 200

Richard "Bugzy" Neilson 62

Alderman, Place 5:

X Cindy Renken (I) 236

School Board, Place 4:

X Kyle Taylor 287

Herbert C. Beyer Jr. 252

Kevin Myers 125

School Board, Place 5:

X Paul Cook (I) 572

School Board, Place 6:

SPECIAL ELECTION TO FILL UNEXPIRED TERM

X Robert Lundy 288

Audrey Vaclavik Barrera 44

Mary Beth Najvar 87

Darrell Herring 62

Scott "Perch" Janak 193

MOULTON

City Council, Mayor:

X Ervin Patek (I)143

Dennis Fishbeck (write-in) 2

City Council, Place 1:

Lester Hohensee (I) 75

X Diane Rothbauer 111

City Council, Place 2:

Minnie Lee Fisbeck (I) 49

X Travis Hill 92

Jeremy Buehring 47

SHINER

School Board, Place 3:

X Dan Stafford (I)137

School Board, Place 5:

Max F. Moore III 75

X Rusty Mills (I) 91

School Board, Place 6:

X Tim Kalich140

CANCELED AND DECLARED ELECTED:

SHINER

City Council, Mayor:

Fred Henry Hilscher (I)

City Council, At-large: two elected

David Schroeder (I)

Mark (Jake) Jalufka (I)

MOULTON

School board, Place 1: Sheryl Zimmerman (I)

School board, Place 2: Gernadette Geissen (I)

School board, Place 3: Stephanie Fojtik (I)

Rusty Mills, who died in March, won re-election to the Place 5 seat on the Shiner school board.

State law required Mills' name remain on the ballot because of the timing of his death as it related to when he applied for re-election.

Community reaction to the result was varied.

"I'm surprised," said Max Moore III, who also filed for the seat. "I don't know what I am going to do moving forward. I'll need to think about it."

Shiner school Superintendent Trey Lawrence said he suspected Mills would win.

"I'm not surprised," Lawrence said. "It's an unusual situation."

The school board will meet Wednesday to name a replacement to serve a one-year term. An election for a full, three-year term will be in 2014.

With no city election, the school district had to foot the entire bill to conduct the election, although the candidates for the other two seats were unopposed.

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