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April 2009 Dixon election results
In the April 2009 Dixon elections in Pulaski and Maries counties for the Dixon R-I School Board and Dixon Rural Fire Protection District, the winning candidates were incumbent Leslie Clark and newcomer James McClendon in a three-candidate field for the fire board and incumbents Craig Rivera and Troy Porter in a three-candidate field for the school board.

Incumbent Mayor Darrell French, Municipal Judge Evan Shackleford, Ward I Alderman Vi Tyson, Ward II Alderman Steven Parker and Ward III Alderman John Sheppard were re-elected without opposition.
 
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All
Counties
total
Dixon Fire District (2 elected)
 
 
 
 
 
 
   Leslie Clark (inc.)
5
0
117
122
113
235
   James M. Miller
7
0
61
68
45
113
   James McClendon
7
0
112
119
53
172
Dixon R-I School District (2 elected)
 
 
 
 
 
 
   Troy R. Porter (inc.)
9
 
143
152
26
178
   Craig J. Rivera (inc.)
9
 
140
149
28
177
   Greg Roberson
8
 
54
62
8
70
Dixon Ward I Alderman: Vienna Tyson (inc.)
0
 
18
18
 
18
Dixon Ward II Alderman: Steven Parker (inc.)
0
 
30
30
 
30
Dixon Ward III Alderman: John Sheppard (inc.)
1
 
15
16
 
16
Dixon Municipal Judge: Evan Shackleford (inc.)
2
 
66
68
 
68
Dixon Mayor: Darrell French (inc.)
1
 
61
62
 
62

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