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Tri States Public Radio and NPR News will provide you with updated stories from all of our local and national elections between now and November. The NPR News element below will be updated constantly, and will sometimes provide live coverage and audio from important events leading up to the November elections. You can find all of our local coverage after the jump.Election 2012 News From NPR

Election Results – Clark & Lewis Counties

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CLARK COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS

1/5% Sales Tax – Road Improvements

Yes – 77%

No – 23%

 

Clark County Ambulance District #1

Steve Howell – 70%

Jerry Redding – 30%

 

Clark County Nursing Home District #2

Mike Frazier – 67%

Mark Boley – 33%

 

Clark County R-1 School Board

William Schutte – 39%

Jason Acklie – 39%

Penny Boulware – 22%

 

Annex Revere C-3 School into Clark County R-1 School

Yes – 81%

No – 19%

 

Alexandria - Mayor

Ronald Gates – 55%

Robert Davis – 45%

 

Wayland - Alderman At-Large

Tim Severin – 36%

Patricia Golliher – 29%

Joni Gorman – 18%

Sally Fox – 17%

 

Luray - Village Trustees

Robert Smith – 32%

Rodney Nichols, Sr. – 29%

Vernon Hopp – 26%

Gary Brown – 8%

Steven Buium – 5%

 

LEWIS COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS

3/8% Sales Tax – Road/Bridge Improvements

Yes – 81%

No – 19%

 

Health Department Property Tax Increase

Yes – 64%

No – 36%

 

R-4 Fire Protection District Board

Tom Stark – 46%

Terry Faulconer – 30%

Bryan Jennings – 23%

 

E-911 Board – Southern District

Terry Faulconer – 54%

Chris Heimer – 46%

 

Lewis County C-1 School Board

E.H. Smith – 27%

Neil Jennings – 23%

Robert Miller – 22%

Donna Collier – 18%

Jamie Brennan – 10%

 

LaBelle – Continue Road Tax Levy

Yes – 77%

No – 23%

 

LaBelle – South Ward Alderman

Paul Harvey – 48%

Justin Parrish – 40%

Norman Strickland – 12%

Jason Parrott is a former reporter at Tri States Public Radio.