Election Results

In Columbia Mayor Brian Treece has won re-election.

Treece defeated challenger Chris Kelly with about 65 percent of the vote.

In Jefferson City voters re-elected Mayor Carrie Tergin who defeated challenger Tiwan Lewis.

Lowe Cannell is now the Mayor of Fulton defeating challenger Mike West.

Centralia has elected a new mayor in a close race Chris Cox defeated incumbent Tim Grenke by 10 votes.

Voters in the Blair Oaks School District passed a 14 million dollar bond issue to build a new high school.

Voters in the Blair Oaks School District also voted for a 30 cent tax increase.

Proposition Y for the New Bloomfield R-III Schools passed with 83 percent of the vote.

The proposition will increase the operating tax levy by 50 cents per one hundred dollars assessed value to retain qualified staff, maintain facilities and meet operating expenses.

Proposition A for the Community R-6 School District is passed in Audrain County.

223 people voted yes and 39 voted no.

Proposition is a bond for one million eight hundred fifty thousand dollars for building improvements and construction or renovation for the Vo-Ag Building.

Heather DeMint has retained her seat on the Mexico Board of Education.

DeMint received 510 votes.

Nicole Jahn-Nelson is the newest member of the Mexico Board of Education receiving 357 votes.

The 1/2 cent sales tax renewal has passed for the city of Mexico.

555 yes votes and 214 voted no.

The money will go to the construction and repair of streets and other capital improvements.

Chris Williams has successfully retained his seat on the Mexico City Council.

Williams garnered 574 votes while Josh Price got 157 votes.

13.37 percent of registered voters participated in yesterday’s (Tuesday) municipal election.

That is 1,945 people casting votes out of a total of 14,548 registered voters in Audrain County.

Monroe County voters have decided to allow Monroe City R-1 School District to borrow money for new facilities.

The district will borrow eight million five hundred thousand dollars for secure school entrances, new elementary classrooms and the replacement of the Vo-Ag building.