Shawnee Mission area election results

Jay Senter - November 5, 2019 9:23 pm
Jamie Borgman, center in black, celebrated with supporters Tuesday night. She won the race to succeed Patty Mach as the SM Northwest representative on the Shawnee Mission Board of Education.

The Johnson County Election Office has posted unofficial final results in a number of area races. Here’s how things shook out on election day across northeastern Johnson County:

Shawnee Mission Board of Education

SM North seat

  • Sara Goodburn (incumbent): 40%
  • Lisa Feingold: 35%
  • Brian Koon: 25%

SM Northwest seat

  • Jamie Borgman: 72%
  • Devin Wilson: 28%

SM South seat

  • Jessica Hembree: 77%
  • Brian Brown: 23%

Overland Park City Council

Ward 1

  • Holly Grummert: 68%
  • Terry Happer Scheier: 32%

Ward 2

  • Paul Lyons (incumbent): 55%
  • Roger Tarbutton: 45%

Ward 3

  • Stephan Glentzer: 38%
  • Tom Carignan: 62%

Ward 4

  • Fred Spears (incumbent): 58%
  • Dan Osman: 42%

Ward 5

  • Phil Bressler: 46%
  • Faris Farassati (incumbent): 54%

Ward 6

  • Rick Collins (incumbent): 41%
  • Scott Hamblin: 59%

Shawnee mayor and city council

Eric Jenkins, left, won another term, while Tammy Thomas, in red and black vest, defeated incumbent Jim Neighbor for a term on the council.

Mayor

  • Michelle Distler (incumbent): 57%
  • Stephanie Meyer: 42%

Ward 1

  • Jim Neighbor (incumbent): 46%
  • Tammy Thomas: 54%

Ward 2

  • Eric Jenkins: 61%
  • Andy Rondon: 39%

Ward 3

  • Kurt Knappen: 54%
  • Dawn Rattan: 46%

Ward 3 (2 Year Unexpired Term)

  • Lisa Larson-Bunnell (incumbent): 51%
  • Kevin Straub: 49%

Ward 4

  • Jill Chalfie: 54%
  • Kris Durbin: 46%

Lenexa City Council

Ward 1

  • Courtney Eiterich: 60%
  • Chris Poss: 39%

Ward 4

  • Linda Leeper: 44%
  • Julie Sayers : 55%

Prairie Village City Council

Ward 2

  • Serena Schermoly (incumbent): 26%
  • Inga Selders: 74%

Ward 3

  • Lauren Wolf: 46%
  • Bonnie Limbird: 54%

Ward 5

  • David Morrison: 14%
  • Courtney McFadden (incumbent): 85%

Merriam City Council

Ward 1

  • Jason Silvers (incumbent): 79%
  • John Canterbury: 20%

Ward 2

  • Dan Leap: 39%
  • Whitney Yadrich: 61%

Ward 3

  • Amy Carey: 36%
  • Bruce Kaldahl: 64%

Ward 4

  • Bob Pape (incumbent): 53%
  • Staci Chivetta: 46%

Roeland Park City Council

Ward 2

  • Leonard Tocco: 41%
  • Benjamin Dickens: 59%

Ward 3

  • Galen Hansen: 33%
  • Trisha Brauer: 67%

Ward 4

  • A.J. Cameron: 35%
  • Michael Rebne: 65%

Johnson County Community College At-Large Trustee

  • Greg Musil: 18.36%
  • Nancy Ingram: 17.77%
  • Laura Smith-Everett: 17.75%
  • Lori Bell: 16.25%
  • Colleen Cunningham: 15.39%
  • Jameia Haines: 14.24%

Water District No. 1

Position 1

  • Melanie Kraft: 61%
  • Terrence Frederick (incumbent): 39%

Position 2

  • Greg Mitchell: 57%
  • Robert Olson (incumbent): 43%

Position 6

  • Whitney Wilson: 54%
  • Dave Vander Veen: 35%
  • Ullyses Wright: 11.1%

Position 7

  • Mark Parkins (incumbent): 52%
  • Chris Stelzer: 48%

Mission Woods Mayor

  • Darrell Franklin: 62%
  • Robert Tietze (incumbent): 38%

Mission City Council

  • Trent Boultinghouse: 90%
  • Burton Taylor: 9%

Fairway City Council

Ward 2

  • Tom Cotter: 66%
  • Gail Gregory (incumbent): 34%

Ward 3

  • Joseph Levin (incumbent): 61%
  • Michele Kiehl: 38%

Ward 4

  • Jenna Brofsky: 78%
  • Adam Dolski (incumbent): 22%

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