Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Bookmark this page for quick access to find out who won the mayoral, city council and school board races and for the results on the Rock Community Fire District bond issue.
Arnold voters go to the polls Tuesday to elect a new mayor and four city council members. Voters in the Fox School District will be deciding on candidates to fill two seats on the district's Board of Education. And, there is a decision to make on a bond issue for the Rock Community Fire Protection District. This is the place where we'll be updating vote totals as they come in on contested races after polls close at 7 p.m. Need a last-minute refresher on the candidates or ballot issue? Check out our April 2 Election Guide. See related stories:
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Moritz, who has served as a Ward 2 councilman since 2007, says a job change has precluded him from seeking a fourth term.
Ward 2 Arnold City Councilman Bill Moritz is not seeking reelection to his seat in 2013. Moritz told Patch a job change has precluded him from seeking a fourth term. According to his bio on the City of Arnold website, Moritz has been employed with Boeing since 1981 and is currently an aircraft production manager. Moritz was first elected to the council in 2007 and reelected in 2009 and 2011. He is a lifelong Arnold resident. Mary Coleman and Jeff Fitter are running for the Ward 2 seat in the April 2013 election.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
In other election-related news, 10 candidates have filed to run for five seats on Arnold City Council while seven candidates seek to fill two open seats on the Fox Board of Education.
The race to become Arnold's next mayor will only include two candidates. As the filing period neared its closing at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Ward 4 Councilman Ken Moss—who had previously filed to run—dropped from the race. That leaves incumbent Ron Counts and Ward 1 Councilwoman Doris Borgelt as the remaining candidates for mayor. Residents had until that deadline to file their candidacies for the April 2 local election, which will include races to fill mayor, four city council seats and two school board seats. Moss's withdrawal from the race follows an October incident when Arnold Parks and Recreation Director Susie Boone went public with allegations of Moss harrassing her for more than two years after his sister was fired from the parks …
Friday, January 4, 2013
There are now 10 candidates running for five seats on the Arnold City Council, and six who are seeking two open positions on the Fox School Board.
Voters heading to the polls in April will have no lack of candidates to choose from when they are handed the ballot. So far, 10 candidates are seeking five positions on the Arnold City Council, and six have filed for two seats on the Fox School Board. Candidate filing began on Dec. 11 and ends at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15. In Arnold, the mayoral position and one seat in each of the city's four wards is up for grabs. As of 5 p.m. Thursday, the following candidates (listed in alphabetical order) had filed for office: Arnold Mayor (Four-year term) Arnold City Council - Ward 1 (Two-year term) Arnold City Council - Ward 2 (Two-year term) Arnold City Council - Ward 3 (Two-year term) Arnold City Council - Ward 4 (Two-year term) The seats up for…