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Election Results 2019
Price, Barrow, White, Simmons, Overcash, Belangia Elected
November 5, 2019

ll four incumbents for Oriental town commission, Allen Price, David White, Charlie Overcash, and Dianne Simmons were re-elected. Newcomer J. Martin Barrow was elected. Mayor Sally Belangia (running unopposed) was re-elected.

Oriental Town Board
The top five vote counts are elected to the board.
PhotoCandidateTotal VoteNov 5 VoteEarly Vote
Allen PriceAllen Price17714928
J.  Martin BarrowJ. Martin Barrow15412826
David WhiteDavid White14913019
Dianne SimmonsDianne Simmons14512421
Charlie OvercashCharlie Overcash14412420
Sheri RettewSheri Rettew37334

Write-in candidates for commissioner:
Write in votes totaled 5. The write-ins were for Larry Summers, Buck O’Neal, Bonnie Crosser and two votes for Jennifer Roe.

Oriental Mayor
PhotoCandidateTotal VoteNov 5 VoteEarly Vote
Sally BelangiaSally Belangia19916435

Write-in candidates for Mayor:
Write-in votes for Mayor totaled 3. They were for Trump, J. Martin Barrow and Keith Smith.

In Minnesott Beach, elections are at the Arapahoe Fire Dept.
Candidates for Mayor: Tim Fowler (incumbent) and Starr Murphy. Commissioners (four seats): Cliff Braly (incumbent), Kenny Campen, Patricia Day, Adam Garfinkel (incumbent), David Gaskin and Pete Hall (incumbent).

Minnesott Beach Town Board
The top four vote counts are elected to the board. Elected are Gaskins, Garfinkle, Campen and Braly.
CandidateTotal VoteNov 5 VoteEarly Vote
David Gaskins9797NA
Adam Garfinkel9494NA
Kenny Campen8989NA
Cliff Braly8383NA
Patricia Day6363NA
Pete Hall5959NA

Minnesott Beach Mayor
The top vote count is elected Mayor. Mayor Tim Fowler has been re-elected.
CandidateTotal VoteNov 5 VoteEarly Vote
Tim Fowler101101NA
Starr Murphy3939NA

Posted Tuesday November 5, 2019 by Keith N. Smith

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