CJ Online – Statewide races for the Kansas House

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Statewide races for the Kansas House

 

Posted: Wednesday, August 02, 2006

 

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COUNTY BY COUNTY

Anderson County

Special question

The Board of Education of Unified School District No. 287, Franklin County, State of Kansas, is authorized to make annual tax levy at a mill rate not exceeding the statuorily prescribed mill rate for a period of time not exceeding five years upon the taxable property in the district for the purpose specified in said law.

Yes 1

No 1

Atchison County

Commission District 1

John E. Bishop (D) 279

Herb Gwaltney (D) 237

Special question

Shall Atchison County impose a one-fourth percent retailers sales tax for the purpose of financing the cost of construction and maintenance of sports and recreational facilities in the county?

Yes 1,744

No 1,601

Clay County

Special question

Shall a retailer’s sales tax in the amount of 1 percent be levied in the city of Oak Hill, Kansas, for the purposes of providing an adequate level of public services within the city, and such other general governmental purposes as may be in the best interest of the city, to take effect Jan. 1, 2007?

Yes 6

No 0

Coffey County

Commission District 1

Roger K. Hoyt (R) n/a

*Kimberly A. Robrahn (R)

118

Fred D. Walrod (R) n/a

Keith Gunlock (R) n/a

District 5

Kraig Kirchner (R) 120

Robert L. Saueressig (R)

167

Richard D. Croll (R) 95

Dickinson County

District 1

William (Bill) Kohman (R)

367

Pierre Carpentier (R) 213

Franklin County

District 1

Sue Farrell (R) 192

Donald Waymire (R) 143

District 4

Donald Hay (R) 258

Larry Thurston (R) 229

District 5

Larry Skeet (R) 152

Donald Stottlemire (R) 189

Norman Wooge (R) 80

Special question

The Board of Education of Unified School District No. 287, Franklin County, State of Kansas, is authorized to make annual tax levy at a mill rate not exceeding the statuorily prescribed mill rate for a period of time not exceeding five years upon the taxable property in the district for the purpose specified in said law.

Yes 200

No 498

Jackson County

District 1

John Grau (R) 210

Roy Hollaeur (R) 441

Marshall County

Special question

Current retailers sales tax levied in the city of Marysville in the amount 1 percent for the repair, replacement reconstruction and improvement of the public streets and providing for the city of Marysville share of the railroad?

Yes 357

No 94

Osage County

District 1

Carl Meyer (R) 372

Peggy Bardsley (R) 157

Pottawatomie County

District 1

Steve L. Bellinger (R) 48

Arthur Doolittle (R) 108

Corwin K. Seamans (R) 315

Gary D. Yenzer (R) 290

Wabaunsee County

District 1

Ervin Stuewe (R) 394

Tom Maue (R) 187

District 6 — Democrat, with 9 percent of precincts

Ginny Rigney 41

Jason Barnes 26

District 9 — Democrat, with 83 percent of precincts

William Shirley 538

Roger Mills 102

District 23 — Democrat, with all precincts reporting

Milack Talia 570

Mark McCormick 283

District 29 — Democrat, with all precincts reporting

Amber Bachelor 285 Brenton Weeks 63

District 34 — Democrat, with 81 percent of precincts

*Valdenia Winn 593

Calvin Vick 202

District 50 — Democrat, with 70 percent of precincts

Laura Higbee 272

Dennis Phillips 266

District 103 — Democrat, with 43 percent of precincts

*Delia Garcia 256

Michael Shea 78

District 107 — Democrat, with 46 percent of precincts

C. Richard Comfort 122

Patrick Peterson 114

District 7 — Republican, with all precincts reporting

*Richard Proehl 988

Mike Howerter 675

District 9 — Republican, with 83 percent of precincts

*Bill Otto 821

Shelia Lampe 741

District 12 — Republican, with 37 percent of precincts

Jeff King 1,169

*Frank Miller 691

District 16 — Republican, with all precincts reporting

John Kriegshauser 1,201

*Jim Yonally 1,058

District 27 — Republican, with all precincts reporting

*Ray Merrick 1,722

Brad Wagner 862

District 30 — Republican, with all precincts reporting

Ron Worley 997

Scott Hattrup 612

District 39 — Republican, with 67 percent of precincts

Owen Donohoe 525

Quentin Brewer 392

District 48 — Republican, with all precincts reporting

Jeff Colyer 1,435

Sherrelyn Smith 585

Jeff Ippel 224

District 49 — Republican, with all precincts reporting

Benjamin Hodge 886

Bobby Love 787

District 50 — Republican, with 70 percent of precincts

Rocky Fund 999

Trent LeDoux 552 Joseph Bullard 126

Jerry Aday 69

District 54 — Republican, with 54 percent of precincts

Joe Patton 769

Dave Heinemann 764

District 60 — Republican, with 94 percent of precincts

*Don Hill 1,127

Barb Nichols 709

District 64 — Republican, with 12 percent of precincts

Vern Swanson 240

Carolyn Gaston 182

Mary Boeschling 179

District 65 — Republican, with 8 percent of precincts

*Barbara Craft 66

George Marcus 54

District 68 — Republican, with 90 percent of precincts

Tom Moxley 1,507

Greg McLaughlin 1,329

District 74 — Republican, with 50 percent of precincts

Don Schroder 702

Carol Birch 221

District 82 — Republican, with 50 percent of precincts

*Don Myers 82

Chuck Mosqueda 51

District 86 — Republican, with 50 percent of precincts

Jan Beemer 368

John Stevens 146

District 107 — Republican, with 46 percent of precincts

Elaine Bowers 1,109

Joe Strecker 201

District 123 — Republican, with 8 percent of precincts

Jeff Whitham 717

Roy Dixon 546

District 124 — Republican, with 46 percent of precincts

*Bill Light 762

Tom Gregg 222

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