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Missoula Election Numbers

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Missoula Mayor John Engen is re-lected for a third term with 66.34% of the votes. Engen had 11,292 votes. Peggy Cain came in second with 2,814 votes, followed by Dean McCollom with 1,207. Michael Hyde rounded the group with 1,076 votes.

Kathleen Jenks is re-elected as Missoula's municipal judge with 7,183 votes. Mark McLaverty followed with 6,533. Leta Womack had 2,067 votes 2,232.

Missoula's Urban Transportation District's mill levy to improve Mountain Line Bus services in Missoula passes. The vote in favor of the mill levy is 10,210, with 7,688 against it. This is the first time the service has asked for a raise in 40 years and it's a big one. The owner of a $200,000 dollar will see an increase of $38.24 annually.

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