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Basin County

Basin County Water and/or Sewer District Mill Levy

  • For - 15
  • Against - 51

Beaverhead County

Dillon Mayor

  • Martin R. Malesich - 503
  • Michael Klakken - 617

Fire District Mill Levy

  • For - 90
  • Against - 33

Jefferson County

Boulder Mayor

  • Kathleen A. Rux - 139
  • Gary R. Craft - 203

Lake County

Polson Mayor

  • Michael Brandt - 29
  • Bob Fulton - 591
  • Heather Knutson - 650

Ronan Mayor

  • Kim Aipperspach - 161
  • Mr. Kim Eldon Snyder - 108

St. Ignatius Mayor

  • Charles Gariepy - 89
  • John W. Mitchell - 41

Lincoln County

Libby Mayor

  • Allen J. Olsen - 277
  • Doug Roll - 290

Troy Mayor

  • Anthony E. (Tony) Brown - 98
  • Darren Coldwell - 225

Rexford Mayor

  • Shirley M. O'Brien - 20
  • Richard Payton - 33

Madison County

Ennis Mayor

  • Audra Bourk - 110
  • Brandi Palmerton - 57
  • Becky Vujovich - 114

Sheridan Mayor

  • Dean Derryberry - 166
  • Michael Laurin - 87

Mineral County

Alberton Mayor

  • Joshua Acker - 60
  • Richard L. Hader - 29

Ravalli County

Hamilton Mayor

  • Kathleen Driscoll - 509
  • Jerry E. Steele - 536

Stevensville Mayor

  • Clayton D. Floyd Jr. - 252
  • Gene H. Mimmack - 274

Dissolution of the Florence Water and Sewer District

  • For - 180
  • Against - 33

Sanders County

Plains Mayor

  • Sandy Chenoweth - 74
  • Gregory Jay Eitelberg - 185
  • Joe Sheppard - 84

Hot Springs Mayor

  • Karen F. Evans - 76
  • Randal A. Woods - 97

 

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