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Final vote totals for municipal elections

After the Board of Elections canvass Tuesday, here are the final vote totals in the Nov. 8 municipal elections:
China Grove Mayor
Don Bringle, 247
China Grove Council
Lee Withers, 147; Steve Stroud, 143; Donnie Herring, 103; Butch Bivens, 92; Ronald Overcash, 72; Allen Welter, 27
Cleveland Mayor
John I. Steele Jr., 98
Cleveland Commissioner
John Bradford, 63; Mary Frank Fleming-Adkins, 62; Richard Taylor, 59; Leonard West, 28
East Spencer Mayor
Barbara Mallett, 214; Robert Smith, 53
East Spencer Alderman
Curtis Cowan, 168; John Noble III, 160; Theodore Gladden, 149; Carlton Ellis, 78; John Rustin Sr., 64; Titus King Sr., 62
Faith Alderman
W. Todd Peeler, 106; Keith Deal, 102; Gary Gardner, 94; Bill Johnson Jr., 93; Gay Sanderson, 53; Mike Hibler, 45; Ronald Mauzy, 34
Granite Quarry Alderman
William “Bill” Feather, 166; Mary Ponds, 161; Jim LaFevers, 125; Jake Fisher Jr., 110; J. Robert Anderson, 92; Michael Brinkley, 90; Buddy Miller, 43; Robert “Danny” Gay, 16
Kannapolis Council
Ryan Dayvault, 273; Roger Haas, 198; Tom Kincaid, 190; Kenneth Geathers, 167; Amos McClorey, 93; Michael Jacob Mishkin, 55
Landis Mayor
James Furr, 197; Dennis Brown, 195
Landis Alderman
Roger Safrit, 257; H.A. “Tony” Hilton, 243; Tony Corriher, 199
Rockwell Mayor
Beau Taylor, 167
Rockwell Alderman
Tim Draper, 162; Chuck Bowman, 158; Eric Moore, 148; Timothy Justin Crews, 138; Charles Wingerson, 130; Chris Stiller, 100
Salisbury Council
Paul Bernhardt Woodson Jr., 1,930; Susan Wear Kluttz, 1,895; Maggie Blackwell, 1,856; Brian Miller, 1,826; William “Pete” Kennedy, 1,571; Rip Kersey, 1,451; Benjamin Lynch, 1,356; Blake Jarman, 657; Dale Stephens, 439
Spencer Mayor
Jody Everhart, 260
Spencer Alderman
Jim Gobbel, 266; Scott Benfield, 245; Reid Walters, 241; Kevin Jones, 235; Jeff Morris, 221; David Smith, 199; Robert Bennett, 169

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