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Danville Express

Cover Story - March 6, 2009

The woman who would have been mayor

The March 3 special election in Alamo included 15 candidates for a town council in case Alamo incorporated, with each voter allowed to choose five.

The five candidates with the most votes would have served, with the top voter-getter being mayor.

Those results were as follows:

Grace Schmidt - 10.45 percent (1,838)

Steve Mick - 9.75 percent (1,715)

Vicki Koc - 9.74 percent (1,713)

Randy Nahas - 9.41 percent (1,655)

Bob Connelly - 8.96 percent (1,576)

Karen McPherson - 5.93 percent (1,043)

Vishwas More - 5.77 percent (1,015)

Roger Smith - 5.52 percent (971)

Diane Barley - 5.41 percent (951)

Brad Waite - 5.32 percent (936)

Dennis Johnson - 4.58 percent (806)

Joe Rubay - 4.55 percent (800)

John Morrow - 3.99 percent (702)

Kevin Morrow - 3.45 percent (606)

Karl Niyati - 2.7 percent (474)

Write-In - 1.46 percent (256)

Candidate Brad Stribling, who had dropped out of the race, received 527 votes, or 3 percent.

The total number of votes cast for candidates was 17,584, by the 6, 173 residents who voted for or against incorporation.

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