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Beck Wins Second Term; Boulton Joins Clayton Aldermen

A variety of uncontested races happened Tuesday in Richmond Heights and Clayton, as well as two contested races for St. Louis Community College board positions.

won re-election Tuesday in in one of several uncontested Mid-County races. Meanwhile, will join the Clayton Board of Aldermen for the first time as a Ward 1 representative.

Richmond Heights City Council will see two newcomers: Former police chief will succeed Jim Thomson as a District 2 representative, while will succeed Paul Lore as a District 1 representative.

won re-election as a District 3 council representative, and won re-election in District 4

In , won election as a Ward 3 representative. He succeeds Steve Lichtenfeld. won re-election as a Ward 2 representative.

Doris Graham won election to on the St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees. That subdistrict includes the .

Meanwhile, Joan McGivney won election to Subdistrict 3 representative to that board. The subdistrict includes the .

Here's the tally from unofficial results posted to the website of the St. Louis County Board of Elections:

CLAYTON TOTAL VOTES % VOTE Joanne Boulton* 264 80 percent Michelle Harris 403 99 percent Alex Berger III 468 96 percent

 

RICHMOND HEIGHTS TOTAL VOTES % VOTE Mayor James Beck 719 98 percent Robert Jacknewitz 116 98 percent Rick Vilcek 114 98 percent Gina Mitten 108 99 percent Camille Greenwald 373 99 percent

 

ST. LOUIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD SUBDISTRICT 1
TOTAL VOTES % VOTE Doris Graham 12,861 47 percent Daryl Cothran
6,157
23 percent
Philip Smith
4,650 17 percent
Theodis Brown Sr. 3,160
12 percent

 

ST. LOUIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD SUBDISTRICT 3
TOTAL VOTES % VOTE Joan McGivney 6,199 49.76 Bob Burns 6,185
49.65

*Editor's note: Joanne Boulton's opponent, shortly after announcing her candidacy. She garnered 20 percent of the vote.

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