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April 2, 2013

Full election results

TAHLEQUAH — Here's a look at the unofficial election results from Tuesday night.

Proposition for additional millage to support Cherokee County Health Department

For the proposition (YES): 1,067 (40.11%)

Against the porposition (NO): 1,593 (59.89%)

Tahlequah City Council Ward 2

Charles Carroll: 329 (51.33%)

Jonathan Wells: 312 (48.67%)

Tahlequah Chief of Police

Nate King: 1,025 (58.11%)

Clay Mahaney: 739 (41.89%)

Town of Hulbert Trustees

(Top 2 vote-winners will be sworn in)

Shirley Teague: 64 (49.61%)

Ed Beckham: 17 (13.18%)

Kenneth R. Fore: 48 (37.21%)

Town of Oaks Trustees

(Cherokee County votes ONLY)

Kimberly Turtle-Dry: 10 (50%)

Suzanne Warren: 9 (45%)

Joleen Williams: 1 (5%)

Dorothy Theros: 0 (0%)

Town of Oaks Clerk-Treasurer

(Cherokee County votes ONLY)

Jesse W. Reed: 0 (0%)

Darla Whorton: 10 (100%)

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