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April 2010 Laquey election results
LAQUEY, Mo. (March 7, 2010) — Former school board member Mary Ann Miller will be returning to the Laquey R-V School Board for the next three years, voters decided Tuesday night, along with incumbent Danny Click. In addition, voters filled an unexpired one-year term by selecting David Brothers with 90 votes in a write-in election.

For the three-year term, Click received 182 votes, followed by Miller with 174 and Norris with 150.

While Norris received 150 votes for the full three-year term, he had only 12 votes for the partial one-year term compared to 90 for Brothers. Other candidates receiving more than two votes for the write-in election were Click with 9 votes and Miller with 8 votes.

Seventeen other people gathered at least one vote, but none of those 17 had more than two votes.

 
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Laquey R-V School District, three-year term (2 elected)
 
 
 
   Mary Ann Miller
7
167
174
   Danny Click (inc.)
5
177
182
   Frank Norris
5
150
155

Laquey R-V School District, one-year term write-in (one elected)
Frank Norris: 12
David Brothers: 90
Danny Click: 9
Fanny Gan: 1
Ronni Bowling: 1
Mary Cristoffer: 2
Carroll Hendricks: 2
Becky Wood: 2
Daniel Reid: 1
Ray Finley: 1
Mary Ann Miller: 8
Clark Blankenship: 1
Jimmy Reid: 1
Charles Liffick: 2
James Hendrix: 2
Mary Black: 1
Chuck Inmon: 1
Ruth Ann Miller: 1
Clara Shepard: 1
Jennifer Sheek: 1
Tammy Hicks: 1


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