CLINTON — Reform coalition members of the DeWitt County Board could make up a lame duck majority until the November election if Tuesday’s primary results are any indication.
In the District B Repubican county board race, incumbent board member Tom Pruser received 548 votes, the most of any candidate running in any of the board races. Former board member Terry Ferguson received 502, while incumbent Keith Koons received 319 votes. The three candidates will appear on the November election ballot. Candidate Jeff Gibbs received 284 votes, putting him out of the running for November.For the complete article see the 03-21-2014 issue.
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