UPDATED
The unofficial final results of Ravalli County's school elections May 3rd show the 9.75 mill levy for the Bitterroot Community College failing by over 2,000 votes. It is the second time a levy to support an independent community college in the Bitterroot Valley has been denied by the majority of voters. Mail-in ballots were used in the election in Bitterroot Valley school district.

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The Unofficial final results

The Bitterroot Community College 9.75 mill Levy:

  • FOR the levy - 5,237
  • AGAINST the levy - 7,425

The college trustee elections:
Two 3-year terms (vote for two)-

  • Carrie Guarino - 4,424, Debbie Pope - 4,324, Marci Smith - 5,451

One unexpired 1-year term (vote for one)-

  • Paul Ashcraft - 3,766, Bryce L. Bowman - 2,568, Chad DeLong - 2,311

The seven Ravalli County public school district trustee races

Hamilton - two 3-year terms (vote for two):

  • Heidi Apedaile - 1,728, Cyra Saltzman - 649, Rebekah Stamp - 1,427, Mark W. Yoakam - 1,441

Corvallis - two 3-year terms (vote for two):

  • Cameron Criddle - 1,235, Chris Hale - 768, Kenneth Lewis - 1,153, Todd Wyche - 1,008

Victor - two 3-year terms (vote for two):

  • Tommy Dobberstein - 588, Ron Miller - 343, Daniel Nixon - 134, Paul Rosen - 339, Ron Wirth - 297

Stevensville - three 3-year elementary/high school terms (vote for 3:

  • Billy Donaldson - 1,067, Stephanie Esch - 1,105, Tony L. Hudson - 1,029, Kristopher McKoy - 785, Frances "Frannie" Schmitz - 1,019

Lone Rock - two 3-year terms (vote for two):

  • Kevin Hammons - 323, Kerry J. Mason - 257, Wayne Stanford - 522, Paula Short 545

Florence-Carlton - two 3-year terms (vote for two):

  • Kimberly R. Cellan Bauer - 603, Matt Reeves - 1,038, Matthew Roth - 852

Darby - two 3-year terms:

  • No Ballot Dale Flux and Andrea Wilson were the only two candidates for the two positions, so they were elected by acclamation before the ballots were mailed

Ravalli County Election Administrator Regina Plettenberg said voter turnout was above 40% of the registered voters. The next election is the Primary election in June, with absentee ballots being mailed later this month.

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