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Mayor Allender handily wins re-election, runoffs in 2 city council races

 Steve Allender talks to supporters after winning another term as Rapid City's mayor. (KEVN)
Steve Allender talks to supporters after winning another term as Rapid City's mayor. (KEVN) (KEVN)
Published: Jun. 4, 2019 at 10:19 PM CDT
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Incumbent Mayor Steve Allender handily won another term in office, defeating challenger Natalie Stites-Means 75 to 25 percent. Allender garnered 6,237 votes to Stites-Means’ 2,114.

In Rapid City council races, there will be runoff elections in wards 3 and 4, where no candidate got 50 percent plus one vote:

Ward 1 - Lisa Modrick defeated Terra Houska.

Ward 2 – Bill Evans won over Ramona Herrington.

Ward 3 – Runoff election between Gregory Strommen and Jeffrey Bailie.

Ward 4 – Runoff between Lance Lehmann and Amanda Scott .

Ward 5 – Darla Drew defeated Cante Heart.

We are still waiting for results of Meade and Hill City school board elections.

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