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Unofficial results of Dassel’s special election released

DASSEL, MN – Unofficial results from Dassel’s Aug. 13 special election indicate that both questions on the ballot passed by a wide margin. The questions were as follows:

Shall the City Council of Dassel be authorized to issue private “on-sale” licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquor by restaurants, hotels, and clubs for consumption “on” (at) the restaurant, hotel, or club on Mondays through legal closing time Saturday night (currently 1:00 a.m. Sunday)?

and:

Shall the City Council of Dassel be authorized to issue private “on-sale” licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquor on Sundays by restaurants, hotels, and clubs for consumption “on” (at) the restaurant, hotel, or club?

All results are unofficial until verified by the city council Wed., Aug. 14.

Kingston-election-results-2018

KINGSTON, MN – RESULTS WILL BE POSTED HERE WHEN AVAILABLE

Mayor – two-year term

Jim Herda

City council – four-year terms

Jim Nielson

Matthew Blomquist

City council – special election – two-year term

 

Treasurer – four-year term

 

All results are unofficial until certified.

Meeker-County-election-results-2018

MEEKER COUNTY, MN – RESULTS WILL BE POSTED HERE WHEN AVAILABLE

Meeker County sheriff

Brian Cruze

All results are unofficial until certified.

State-representative-district-18A-election-results-2018

DISTRICT 18A –

State representative District 18A

Dean Urdahl (R) 11,884  69.19 percent – elected

Justin Vold (DFL) 4,269  24.85 percent

All results are unofficial until certified.

Dassel-Cokato-School-Board-election-results-2018

DASSEL, COKATO, MN –

School board – four-year terms

Bill Aho 3,102  29.39 percent – elected

Chuck Nelson 2,684  25.43 percent – elected

Katherine Grochow 2,513  23.81 percent – elected

Rebecca Clemen 2,165  20.51 percent

School board – two-year term

Andy Engh 2,312  52.86 percent – elected

Dawn Gillman 2,046  46.78 percent

Ballot question 1

Approval of School District Referendum Revenue Authorization
The board of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel -Cokato) has proposed to increase its general education revenue by $650 per pupil. The proposed referendum revenue authorization would increase each year by the rate of inflation and be applicable for ten years, commencing with taxes payable in 2019, unless otherwise revoked or reduced as provided by law. Shall the increase in the revenue proposed by the board of Independent School District No. 466 be approved? BY VOTING “YES” ON THIS BALLOT QUESTION, YOU ARE VOTING FOR A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.
Yes 2,581  52.88 percent – question is approved.
No 2,300  47.12 percent

Ballot question 2

Approval of School District Bond Issue
If School District Question 1 is approved, shall the school board of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel-Cokato) also be authorized to issue its general obligation school building bonds in an amount not to exceed $16,255,000 to provide funds for the acquisition and betterment of school sites and facilities,including the construction and equipping of new buildings for the Alternative Learning Center/Agriculture Center; the construction of additions to and the renovation, repair, remodeling, upgrading, and equipping of improvements to the multi-purpose building and the high school/middle school, including Career and Technical Education areas; the upgrading and installation of a fire supression system to the middle school; the construction and renovation of new entrances, vestibules and secure entries at all school facilities; the repair and upgrading of the pool HVAC system; and the construction of parking lot expansions, lighting, sidewalks, and traffic flow improvements? BY VOTING “YES” ON THIS BALLOT QUESTION, YOU ARE VOTING FOR A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.
No 2,538  52.93 percent – question fails
Yes 2,257  47.07 percent

All results are unofficial until certified.

Darwin-election-results-2018

DARWIN, MN –

Mayor – two-year term

Josh Johnson 141  98.60 percent – elected

City council – four-year terms

Mark Smith 129  52.44 percent – elected

Todd Peter 111  45.12 percent – elected

All results are unofficial until certified.