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Duluth 2013 General Election Results

39 of 39 precincts reporting

Duluth At-large City Councilor
Top two candidates are elected
Zack Filipovich – 9,658 | 33%
Barb Russ – 9,364 | 32%
Ryan Stauber – 7,884 | 27%
Ray (Skip) Sandman – 2,490 | 8%
Write in – 115 | 0%

Duluth Second District City Councilor
Patrick Boyle – 2,195 | 97%
Write in – 61 | 3%

Duluth Fourth District City Councilor
Howie Hanson – 1,853 | 61%
Garry Krause – 1,153 | 38%
Write in – 44 | 1%

Duluth At-large School Board Member
Top two candidates are elected
Annie Harala – 11,064 | 36%
Harry Welty – 7,648 | 25%
Nancy Nilsen – 6,966 | 23%
Henry L. Banks – 4,753 | 16%
Write in – 241 | 1%

Duluth District One School Board Member
Rosie Loeffler-Kemp – 3,317 | 56%
Joseph Matthes – 2,563 | 43%
Write in – 32 | 1%

Duluth District Four School Board Member
Art Johnston – 1,796 | 54%
David Bolgrien – 1,518 | 46%
Write in – 11 | 0%

Duluth School District Question #1: Renewal of School District Referendum Revenue Authorization
Yes – 12,211 | 66%
No – 6,403 | 34%

Duluth School District Question #2: Approval of Additional School District Referendum Revenue Authorization
Yes – 9,796 | 51%
No – 9,485 | 49%

Special Primary Election for St. Louis County District Two Commissioner
Top two advance
Patrick Boyle – 2,478 | 34%
Jim Stauber – 1,965 | 27%
Scott Keenan – 1,934 | 27%
Cary A. Thompson-Gilbert – 352 | 5%
Nick Patronas – 310 | 5%
Adam P. Jaros – 160 | 2%

5 Comments

edgeways

about 6 years ago

In precinct 6 many of the races where too close to draw election predictions from. Q1 and Q2 passed with enough of a margin I expect they are going to pass city wide.

TheKujawa

about 6 years ago

This isn't about restaurants.

Claire

about 6 years ago

I am so glad the school levy passed! But then the Vote No/No people struck me as rather Orwellian, with their "Support the Kids/Vote No" signs. And down is up.

Chris

about 6 years ago

I thought the Vote No, No people would do way better. I based this in large part due to the plethora of support they seemed to have with city owned easements, boulevards, and vacant lots.

Claire

about 6 years ago

I thought today's editorial, bemoaning the fact that the city council is so lopsidedly liberal now with all the DFL-endorsed candidates smoking on Tuesday, and poor Jay Fosle the only conservative voice left there, to be unintentionally hilarious. Well, what do you expect when the conservatives in town put up lousy candidates, and also focus so much on trolling around on their right-wing blogs, that they don't make a good case for themselves? Who wants to vote for a candidate who doesn't believe in the laws governing the rest of us (Ray Whitledge, who got knocked out in the primary) or the other, who is perceived as being anointed by his father to that father's seat on city council (Ryan Stauber) and also sends a letter to certain voters, promising not to spend a dime on parks or bike trails if he's elected? Duluth is moving forward and gaining momentum, and I think that this election reflects that the voters want to keep this momentum going. Still don't get it about Art Johnston though ....

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