South County election results: Here’s who and what won

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Students at Oakville Elementary participate in ‘Kids Voting’ for the November 2018 election.

These are final unofficial election results for South County, with 100 percent of precincts reporting. Look for continuing coverage this week online and in print.

The Mehlville School District’s Proposition S bond issue passed with 80 percent of the vote, as did Hancock Place School District’s Proposition R bond issue. For Mehlville, this marked the first time voters passed a bond issue since 1992. The district had been the only one in St. Louis County without a bond issue to fund facilities. The campaign committee supporting the ballot measure, the Mehlville-Oakville United Committee, posted on Facebook, “Prop S is a resounding victory with more than 80% of the vote. Our community came together for our schools and our kids. Voters, THANK YOU!”

Bonnie Stegman was re-elected to a fourth term on the Mehlville Fire Protection District’s Board of Directors over challenger Fred Baumgarth. She was first elected in 2005.

Green Park Mayor Tim Thuston was re-elected to a second two-year term over challenger Michael Broughton, a Ward 1 alderman.

In races for the Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen, Christine Lieber won in Ward 2, Randy Epperson won in Ward 3 and Fred Daues won in Ward 4.

For other ballot measures, the Proposition U use tax passed in Sunset Hills and Proposition 1, which adds a new fee, passed in Crestwood.

 

Mehlville Proposition S

(Bond issue, 57 percent required to pass)

Yes – 80.13 percent

No – 19.87 percent

Total votes: 11,160

 

Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors

Bonnie Stegman – 73.57 percent

Fred Baumgarth – 26.43 percent

12,132 votes

 

Hancock Place School District Proposition R 

(Bond issue, 57 percent required to pass)

Yes – 80.63 percent

No – 19.38 percent

Total votes: 320

 

Crestwood Proposition 1

(50 percent plus one needed to pass)

Yes – 80.71 percent

No – 19.29 percent

Total votes: 1,301

 

Green Park Mayor

Tim Thuston – 66.56%

Michael Broughton – 33.44%

Total votes: 302

 

Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen Ward 2 

Christine Lieber – 58.42 percent

Marie Davis – 41.58 percent

392 total votes

 

Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen Ward 3

Randy Epperson – 56.1 percent

Andrew Tolch – 43.9 percent

369 total votes

 

Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen Ward 4

Fred Daues – 75.14 percent

Bruce Studer – 24.86 percent

370 total votes

 

Sunset Hills Proposition U – a use tax

(50 percent plus one needed to pass)

Yes – 58.59 percent

No – 41.41 percent

Total votes: 1,292