April 3, 2012 Election Results - Incumbents Voted Out
With 100 percent of the precincts counted, here are the vote totals for Town and Country and Manchester aldermen and mayor races, Parkway School Board and Proposition S. Incumbents were voted out in all races.
The following are unofficial returns as reported by the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners with 100 percent of precincts counted.
According to the St. Louis County Board of Elections, voter turnout for the April 3 election was 13.8 percent, with a total of 90,233 ballots cast.
Proposition S passed with 59 percent of the vote.
Incumbents in both the Town and Country and Manchester aldermen races were not reelected and a newcomer Kim Appelbaum will replace Helen Casteel on the Parkway School Board.
Check below or visit the St. Louis County Board of Elections for the latest election results.
Town and Country Board of Aldermen
Ward 1 - Dorothy Cooke
|Ward 1 - Richard "Skip" Mange||230||52.87|
|Ward 2 - Al Gerber||223||39.75|
|Ward 2 - Chuck Lenz||336||59.89|
|Ward 3 - Steve Fons||162||40.20|
|Ward 3 - Gussie Crawford||241||59.80|
|Ward 4 - Phil Behnen||126||95.45|
|Manchester Mayor and Aldermen||Total Votes||Percent|
|Mayor David Willson||1,243||97.3|
|Ward 1- Hal Roth||250||43.25|
|Ward 1 - Barbara Stevens||328||56.75|
|Ward 2 - Marilyn Ottenad||356||97.8|
|Ward 3 - John Diehl||399||97.6|
|Proposition S||Total Votes||Percent|
|Yes - 52,517 / No - 35,764|
|Parkway School Board||Total Votes||Percent|
Once election results are certified by the St. Louis County Board of Election
Commissioners, winners from Tuesday's election will be sworn in.