won re-election Tuesday in in one of several uncontested Mid-County races. Meanwhile, will join the Clayton Board of Aldermen for the first time as a Ward 1 representative.
Richmond Heights City Council will see two newcomers: Former police chief will succeed Jim Thomson as a District 2 representative, while will succeed Paul Lore as a District 1 representative.
won re-election as a District 3 council representative, and won re-election in District 4
In , won election as a Ward 3 representative. He succeeds Steve Lichtenfeld. won re-election as a Ward 2 representative.
Doris Graham won election to on the St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees. That subdistrict includes the .
Meanwhile, Joan McGivney won election to Subdistrict 3 representative to that board. The subdistrict includes the .
Here's the tally from unofficial results posted to the website of the St. Louis County Board of Elections:CLAYTONTOTAL VOTES% VOTEJoanne Boulton*26480 percentMichelle Harris40399 percentAlex Berger III46896 percent
RICHMOND HEIGHTSTOTAL VOTES% VOTEMayor James Beck71998 percentRobert Jacknewitz11698 percentRick Vilcek11498 percentGina Mitten10899 percentCamille Greenwald37399 percent
ST. LOUIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD SUBDISTRICT 1
TOTAL VOTES% VOTEDoris Graham12,86147 percentDaryl Cothran
4,650 17 percent
Theodis Brown Sr. 3,160
ST. LOUIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD SUBDISTRICT 3
TOTAL VOTES% VOTEJoan McGivney6,19949.76Bob Burns 6,185
*Editor's note: Joanne Boulton's opponent, shortly after announcing her candidacy. She garnered 20 percent of the vote.