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May 6, 2014

ELECTION 2014: Kosciusko County results

WARSAW — With all 69 precincts reporting.

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY

Judge, Superior Court 1


*David C. Cates (R) — 3959 -- WINNER

Stephen P. Harris (R) — 2277

Chad Miner (R) — 2682

Judge, Superior Court 2

Tyler S. Haines (R) — 2392

*Torrey J. Bauer (R) — 5380 WINNER

Mark E. Caruso (R) -- 983

County Commissioner Southern District

Robert M. “Bob” Conley (R) — 5427 WINNER

Jonathan “Jon” Fussle (R) —3357

Gale G. Owens (D) — 505

Jefferson Township Township Board (3 seats)

Dee Ann Beer (R) — 83 WINNER

Jane Hunsberger (R) — 84 WINNER

Arlen Mullet (R) — 54

Robert Riley (R) — 67 WINNER

Seward Township Trustee

Robert Edling (R) — 129

Aime A. Hoffman (R) — 140 WINNER

Tippecanoe Township Board (3 seats)

Steve Carson (R) — 520 WINNER

Richard Owen (R) — 504 WINNER

James M. “Jim” Rhodes (R) — 634 WINNER

Jonathan T. “Jon” Tyler (R) — 426

Plain Township Board (3 seats)

Robert W. Bishop (R) -- 644

Craig A. Charlton (R) -- 544

Dan Gast (R) -- 529

Tyler Huffer (R) -- 483

UNOPPOSED

Syracuse Town Council — District 1


Larry Siegel (R)

Syracuse Town Council – District 2

Paul A. Stoelting (R)

Judge, Superior Court 3

Joe V. Sutton (R)

Prosecuting Attorney

Daniel H. Hampton (R)

County Auditor

Michelle L. Puckett (R)

County Recorder

Joetta Mitchell (R)

Sheriff

C. Aaron Rovenstine (R)

County Assessor

Susan D. Engelberth (R)

County Council District 1

Doug Heinisch (R)

County Council District 2

James R. Moyer (R)

County Council District 3

Bradley J. Tandy (R)

County Council District 4

Jon L. Garber (R) —

Dan Damron (D) —

The remainder of the township trustee and board seats were either unopposed or no candidate slated.

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