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November 6, 2012

Hall wins Coroner, Jackman wins School Board seat

Local races

RUSHVILLE — With all local precincts reporting, Christy Mahan Hall (D) defeats John J. Todd for Rush County Corner. Hall had 3521 votes, 50.84 percent to Todd's 3404 votes, 49.16 percent.

In the Rush County School Board District 4 contest, Tammy Jackman defeats Jane Busald Carter. Jackman had 2481 votes, 50.58 percent to Carter's 2424 votes, 49.42 percent.

Results are not yet certified.

Rush County local races

David Edwin Northam    R    Judge of the Circuit Court    5767

        

Debbie Richardson    R    Clerk of the Circuit Court    5750

        

Mary Ann Beard    R    County Auditor    5831

        

Cindy Humphrey    R    County Treasurer    5719

        

John J Todd    R    County Coroner    3404    49.16 percent

Christy Mahan Hall    D    County Coroner    3521    50.84 percent

        

Marvin L Rees    R    County Surveyor    5684

        

Bruce W Levi    R    County Commissioner-Middle District    5689

        

Mark Bacon    R    County Commissioner-Southern District    5475

        

Vote for 3        

Marvin Hedrick    R    County Council - At Large    5142    36.74 percent

Warren L Norris    R    County Council - At Large    4441    31.73 percent

Charles Smith    R    County Council - At Large    4414    31.54 percent

Rush County School Board candidates will appear on all Rush County ballots except Ripley Township.        

Jeff Slaton        Rush County School Board-Dist 3    4149

        

Jane Busald Carter        Rush County School Board-Dist 4    2424    49.42 percent

Tammy Jackman        Rush County School Board-Dist 4    2481    50.58 percent

        

Steve Ross Sickbert        Rush County School Board-Dist 6    4615

        

Ronald Lee Lienemann        Rush County School Board-Dist 7    4074

      

Charles A Beard School Board candidates will appear on Ripley 9 & Ripley 10 ballots.

Vote for one        

Lanny Keith Ferrell        Charles A Beard School Board-Greensboro Twp    116    18.13 percent

Steven Kent Ferrell        Charles A Beard School Board-Greensboro Twp    128    20.00 percent

Michelle S White        Charles A Beard School Board-Greensboro Twp    396    61.88 percent

Vote for one    

Don A Scheumann        Charles A Beard School Board-Ripley Twp    516    70.49 percent

Timothy R Wehr        Charles A Beard School Board-Ripley Twp    216    29.51 percent

        

Vote for 2        

Leah J Kopp        Charles A Beard School Board-Wayne Twp    441    53.13 percent

Gerald W Leonard        Charles A Beard School Board-Wayne Twp    389    46.87 percent

 

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