County reports unofficial final results from today’s election

The county Board of Election Commissioners reported at 10:30 p.m. unofficial final results of today’s election in all county races:

Crestwood

Tim Trueblood, 943 Gillespie Blvd., and Mary Stadter, 546 Aspen Drive, filed for the Ward 2 seat currently held by Chris Pickel, who did not file for re-election. The seat carries a three-year term.

Trueblood has received 217 votes while Stadter has garnered 143 votes — unofficial final results.

In Ward 4, Dan Tennessen, 12142 Lowill Lane, and Steve Nieder, 9131 Cherry Brook Lane, are vying for the seat held by Deborah Beezley, who did not file for re-election. The seat carries a three-year term.

Tennessen has garnered 281 votes while Nieder has received 227 votes — unofficial final results.

Grantwood Village

In Grantwood Village, two Board of Trustees seats are up for election. The seats carry two-year terms.

Chairwoman Cathy Forand and Village Clerk Pat Williams have filed along with Bill Hypes, Walter Rust and Will Larson.

Votes include: Forand, 167; Williams, 164; Hypes, 31; Rust, 192; and Larson, 196 — unofficial final results.

Green Park

Ward 1 Alderman Carol Hamilton is being challenged by write-in candidate Ron Kramer.

Hamilton has received 75 votes while Kramer has garnered 24 votes — unofficial final results.

Ward 2 Alderman Jackie Wilson is being challenged by Mark Friederich.

Wilson has received 79 votes while Friederich has garnered 16 votes — unofficial final results.

The Green Park seats carry two-year terms.

Sunset Hills

Incumbent Frank Hardy and Richard Gau are seeking election to the Ward 1 Board of Aldermen seat.

Hardy has received 128 votes while Gau has garnered 224 votes — unofficial final results.

In Ward 2, Nancy Goldkuhl and Thomas F. Musich are vying for the seat being vacated by Thomas Hrastich, who withdrew his candidacy.

Goldkuhl has garnered 209 votes while Musich has received 243 votes — unofficial final results.

In Ward 4, former Mayor Mike Svoboda and Art Havener are vying for the aldermanic seat held by Svoboda’s wife, Claudia, who did not file for re-election.

Svoboda has received 194 votes while Havener has garnered 224 votes — unofficial final results.

Former Ward 1 Alderman Mike Sawicki and Michael McGiligan are seeking election to the city collector’s post.

Sawicki has received 789 votes while McGilligan has garnered 496 — unofficial final results.

The Sunset Hills seats carry two-year terms.

Lindbergh Board of Education

James Goss, Karen Schuster, Kate Holloway and George Rezabek are vying for seats being vacated by Ken Fey and Mark Rudoff.

Votes include: Goss, 1,000; Schuster, 2,806; Holloway, 2,460; and Rezabek, 2,445 — unofficial final results.

The seats carry three-year terms.

Mehlville Board of Education

Mike Wainz, Kathleen Eardley, Fred Padberg and Ron Fedorchak are vying for two seats.

Seats held by Tom Diehl and Ron Fedorchak will be up for election.

Fedorchak, who was appointed to the board to fill a vacancy when former board member Micheal Ocello resigned, has filed.

Diehl did not file for re-election.

Votes include: Fedorchak, 2,849; Wainz, 2,645; Eardley, 3,260; and Padberg, 1,895 — unofficial final results.

The seats carry three-year terms.

St. Louis County Proposition S

Prop S is a $100 million general obligation bond issue that would not require a tax-rate increase. As proposed, the bond issue would fund safety improvements at the County Courthouse and construct a new Family Justice Center.

Votes include: 52,517 “yes” and 35,764 “no” — unofficial final results. A four-sevenths majority is required for approval.

Local candidates who are unopposed in today’s election include:

Crestwood

Robert Deutschmann, 9700 Twincrest Drive, filed for the Ward 2 the seat currently held by Steve Knarr, who did not file. Deutschmann is unopposed for the seat that carries a one-year term.

Ward 1 Alderman Darryl Wallach and Ward 3 Alderman Paul Duchild are unopposed. The seats carry three-year terms.

Green Park

Ward 3 Alderman Fred Baras is unopposed. The seat carries a two-year term.

Sunset Hills

Mayor Bill Nolan and Ward 3 Alderman Stephen Webb are unopposed. The seats carry two-year terms.