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05/10/2022

(KLZA)-- Falls City voters approved an additional one-half percent sales tax in Tuesday's primary election. The additional funds will be earmarked to help pay for upgrades to the various infrastructure needs in Falls City outlined in a 10-year long range plan.

The vote was 469 in favor to 259 votes against.

Humboldt voters approved adding a one-and-a-half percent city sales tax. The vote was 119 for and 92 against.

Humboldt voters cast 145 votes for Ron Rathbone for Mayor and 54 for Dyann Herr for Mayor. They will face each other in the November General election. Ted Schuler received 12 votes.

Preston voters cast 4 votes in favor of unincorporating. No votes were cast against the proposal.

Johnson County Central School District voters turned down a proposed $43.3 million school bond issue. If approved the bond would have paid for a new school in Tecumseh to house all the districts students in one building

The unofficial vote total counting votes in Johnson, Pawnee, Nemaha and Otoe counties was 563 votes in favor of the bond issue and 666 votes against the proposed bond.

The proposal received 506 votes in favor and 473 votes against in Johnson County. Otoe County voters that are in the JCC School District voted 44 in favor and 153 against, a difference of 109 votes.

In the Republican Commissioner races in Johnson County, David Borrenpohl of Tecumseh received 197 votes in the District 1 race to outpoll Scott Buss of Sterling who received 93 votes.

In Commission District #3 Les Agena of Sterling received 190 votes, James Erickson the incumbent received 86 votes and Dwight Weiss of Sterling received 31 votes.

In Nemaha County, Nebraska, Angelo Ligouri defeated Horace Reynolds IV in the Republican race for County Attorney 671 – 341.

The District Three Commissioner race on the Republican ticket was the closest race of the day. Michael Weiss received 224 votes to 214 for Marvin Bohling.

All of the vote totals are unofficial until each counties Canvassing Board meets to certify the votes.

 

 

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