Unofficial April 3 election for the tri-county Lake of the Ozarks region of Camden, Miller and Morgan counties:

Cross County results

Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District Board

Vote for 1

Jim Burt 67

Bob Hemen 208

Write-ins 106 from Camden County

City of Laurie revenue bond question

Yes 131

No 20

School of the Osage bond question

Yes 987

No 707

School of the Osage Board of Education

Vote for 2

James Clinton Edwards 986

Amber Franz 661

Kathy Vance 1,038

Osage Beach Fire Protection District question

Yes 464

No 335

Miller County

School of the Osage Board of Education

Vote For 2

James Clinton Edwards 514

Amber Franz 303

Kathleen (Kathy) Vance 492      

Write In 8

School of the Osage bond question

YES   461       

NO    383      

Osage Beach Fire Protection District question

FOR 124

AGAINST 117

Eldon City Marshall

Brian D. Kidwell 348            

Michael Rayhart   167       

Write In1   

ELDON ALDERMAN, WARD 1

Vote for 1

Larry D. Laduke92

Jeanelle E. Carroll 53

ELDON ALDERMAN, WARD 2

Vote For 1

Rodney Fair  149   

Sharon Cole  82   

Morgan County

Morgan County R-II Board of Education

Vote for two, 3 yr. term

Veronica Dobbins                               414  

April Biocourt                                      390

Chad Courter                                      249 

School of the Osage Board of Education

Vote for two, 3 yr. term

James Edwards                                     6

Amber Franz                                          7

Kathleen Vance                                   12 

School of the Osage question

YES                                                       6

NO                                                         8

Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District Board

Vote for 1, 6 yr. term

Jim Burt                                                 7   

Bob Hemen                                           9    

Golden Age Nursing Home District Board

Vote for 2, 3 yr. term

Marsha Walters                                216    

Hazel Fethke                                    121

Ann Black                                         175 

Gravois Special 8 Road District Question 

YES                                                  202

NO                                                      50

City of Laurie question

YES                                                   55

NO                                                     20 

Camden County

Climax Springs R-IV Board of Education  

Vote For 2

Ashley Butterfield                           309    

Rashell Burke                                268         

Bonnie Danner                               252    

Write In                                              5    

School of the Osage Board of Education

Vote For 2

James Clinton Edward                  466    

Amber Franz                                  351            

Kathleen (Kathy) Vance                534     

Write In  16    

School of the Osage question

Vote For 1

YES 520

NO  316

Mid-County Fire Protection District question*

Yes   484     

No    574

Northwest Fire Protection District Board*

Vote for 2

Roger Leas                                    305           

John D. Montemayor                     252       

Mike Klossner                                228    

Write In                                            12    

Northwest Fire Protection District #1

YES                                                186         

NO                                                  279       

Northwest Fire Protection District #2

YES                                               167  

NO                                                 301 

Osage Beach Fire Protection District question

FOR  340

AGAINST 218

Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District board

Vote for 1

Jim Burt  60 

Bob Hemen 199

Write In  106

Good Shepherd Nursing Home District Director

Vote for 1

Michele M. Haggerty 154

Dalia Shamburg 169 

Write In    3    

City of Laurie question

YES      2  

NO      0 

* Does not include results from Hickory and Benton counties but voting population of the district within those areas would not likely be enough to change the outcome of the election