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Iowa QC Municipal & School Election Results

Scott County Auditor's Office

In Tuesday's municipal and school board elections, 17% of Scott County registered voters went to the polls. The county auditor's office counted 22,188 ballots cast, compared to more than 127,000 eligible voters.

These vote totals were released late Tuesday night by the Scott County Auditor and are unofficial.

file photo of Mike Matson
file photo of Mike Matson

In Tuesday's municipal election, Davenport Mayor Mike Matson won a third term. 6,258 voters chose Matson over State Representative, Ken Croken, who got 4,604 votes.

In the race for At Large alderman, Kyle Gripp will keep his seat, and Jazmin Newton will fill the other. Gripp received 7,000 votes while Newton got nearly 6,900. LaCanna Dixon came in third with 2,177 votes.

In Davenport's second ward, more than 665 voters chose Tim Dunn over Judith Lee, who received 500 votes.

In the 3rd Ward, incumbent Marion Meginnis won the contest with 538 votes over Paul Vasquez with 257.

Jade Burkholder will represent Davenport's 4th Ward. She received 559 votes while incumbent Robby Ortiz received 485.

In the 7th Ward, Mhisho Lynch won with 767 votes compared to Scott Ryder's 605.

And Paul Reinartz will become 8th Ward Alderman after receiving 668 votes to James Woods who got 583.

Voters have selected the following four candidates to represent them on the Davenport Board of Education:

  • Kent Paustian
  • Linda Hayes
  • Karen Kline-Jerome
  • Daniel Gosa

Each received more than 5,300 votes, while the other two candidates received less than 5,000.
Voters in Bettendorf's third ward gave Gregory Jager the win. He received 637 votes while Andrew Sichling got 403.

And here are the winners in the Bettendorf School Board election:

  • Ryan McGivern
  • Paul Castro
  • Kevin Freking
  • Patrick Larkin
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