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Updated - Unofficial Results: Township Committeeman, Committeewoman

We're laying out who won the committeemen and comitteewomen spots in last night's election.

Besides a big night of primary wins across the state, the Florissant area township committeemen and committeewomen were decided last night. 

Here are the unofficial results, according to the St. Louis County website: 

Florissant Township Committeeman Number of Votes Percentage Candidate Name Jeff Caputa (Democrat) 3,216 98.5 Bryan Koen (Republican) 1,475 98.99 23 of 23 precincts reporting Florissant Township Committeewoman Number of Votes Percentage Candidate Name Mary Elizabeth Dorsey (Democrat) 3,279 98.91 Teresa K. Stone (Republican) 1,426 98.82 23 of 23 precincts reporting Northwest Township Committeeman Number of Votes Percentage Candidate Name Matthew Robinson (Democrat) 2,080 99.24 Dave Powell (Republican)  1,981 99.05 Eric S. Harris (Libertarian) 25 100 28 of 28 precincts reporting Northwest Township Committeewoman Number of Votes Percentage Candidate Name Katherine Palladino (Democrat) 2,062 99.42 Deann Deimeke (Republican) 1,960 99.49 Spanish Lake Township Committeeman Number of Votes Percentage Candidate Name Tony Weaver (Democrat) 3,285 55.98 Orlando Smith (Democrat) 2,566 43.73 Robert Koch (Republican) 870 98.31 Spanish Lake Township Committeewoman Number of Votes Percentage Candidate Name Gwendolyn Reed (Democrat)  5,478 99.47 Edna Ditto (Republican) 852 99.19

For results of the and , make sure to check out their stories on the site.

Dave Blanke August 08, 2012 at 04:15 PM
The committee people are elected to serve each party, and should not be listed as if they had run against each other. The Republican Party elects its own committee man and woman in each political township; the same for the Democratic Party or any organized party. You also failed to list the Lewis and Clark Township encompassing much of Hazelwood, Florissant and much of the northwestern portion of north county. The committee person's job is to build the political party at the local level and to provide personal voter contact with the party.
Aja J. Junior August 08, 2012 at 04:22 PM
Dave: Thanks for the clarification. The Lewis and Clark Township is listed in its own story, which was headed up by another Patch editor. http://florissant.patch.com/articles/mo-primary-results-for-lewis-clark-township Thanks so much!

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