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City Council Election Results

SOUTHERN UTAH – Voters turned out on Tuesday for city council elections across Washington County. Here are the unofficial numbers reported by the Washington County Clerk’s office. The official tallies are forthcoming.

St George City Council

Gil Almquist 4166 (18.59%)
Ed Baca 3389 (15.12%)
Tara Dunn 2959 (13.21%)
Jimmie Hughes 3587 (16.01%)
Jon Pike 4832 (21.56%)
Gloria Shakespeare 3474 (15.5%)

Washington City Council

Dennis H. Gibson 677 (11.53%)
Micheal L. Heaton 695 (11.84%)
Ron Mayfield 982 (16.72%)
Kress Staheli 1443 (24.57%)
Ron Truman 1029 (17.52%)
Jeff Turek 1046 (17.81%)


Ivins City Council

Glen Andersen 462 (16.37%)
Lance Burton Anderson 383 (13.57%)
Tim Bryan 407 (14.42%)
Ron Densley 488 (17.29%)
George E. Elwell, Jr 594 (21.05%)
Lesley Mendenhall 488 (17.29%)


Santa Clara City Council

Curtis T. Anderson 222 (11.72%)
Herbert K. Basso 309 (16.31%)
Mary Jo (Tode) Hafen 429 (22.64%)
Bill Jacobsen 303 (15.99%)
Chad C. Jensen 162 (8.55%)
David P. Whitehead 470 (24.8%)


Darin C Thomas     806
John W Bramall      726
Pam Humphries      632
Edie R Campbell    544
Richard Howard      431

Jared J. Bollinger   199
Darcy Holt   201
Eldon R. Hood   19
Barry Jones   71
C.R. Thelin   195
Mike Yardley   132

Town Council 4-Year Seat
Mark Chambers 114
Kathy LaFave 124
Mike Marriott 83
Robert E. Ralston 39
Town Council 2-year Seat
Louise Excell 102
Allan Staker 85

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  1. Leo Wright November 9, 2011 at 9:07 am ·

    What about La Verkin? Have you been able to get the La Verkin Results?

  2. me x3 November 10, 2011 at 10:36 pm ·

    24 percent? pathetic!! no wonder the same incumbents get reelected year after year. i hope they don’t feel as if they are accepted just cuz nobody cares to vote!!

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