Ed O’Neill who finished 3rd in the 3-way race for Mayor and not in the runoff declines to endorse either candidate and chooses to endorse the voters-‘read more’ for complete statement. » Read more..
After closing the Iowa Workforce office in Clinton that provided assistance for the unemployed and those looking of jobs-the agency is re-establishing a local presence.
Iowa Works staff person Pam Bisbee will hold office hours on Tuesdays at the Lyons Branch of the Clinton Library. Listen and learn more
At 10 a.m. Wednesday, the DNR received a complaint of manure runoff reaching an unnamed stream about two miles north of Charlotte in Clinton County. ‘Read more’ for the official DNR statement » Read more..
Elections Commissioner Eric Van Lancker said while the City of Clinton turnout is currently unofficial, it’s estimated to be less than 18%. » Read more..
With the unofficial results completed there will be runoff for the Clinton mayor’s position. Incumbent Mark Vulich received 1,293 votes and Jennifer Graf received 1,120 and Ed O’Neill got 742 votes.
With Clinton being a runoff city there is a formula to determine the a minimum to be elected. With 3,155 votes cast in the mayor’s race a candidate needed a minimum of 1,579 votes to win. None of the three candidates received that total meaning a run off December 1st between Graf and Vulich.
Comments from the three candidates in the news Wednesday morning on 105.9FM or 1340AM RADIO
Link: Unofficial returns
Read the court documents from the shooting incident in which one person was injured in Clinton.