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May 8, 2007

FINAL NUMBERS: Burke, Bennett to vie again in general election

TERRE HAUTE — Terre Haute Democratic Mayor Kevin Burke and Republican challenger Duke Bennett easily won nominations Tuesday in the 2007 primary election with all of the precints reporting by 7:20 p.m..

Burke pulled in 5,074 votes, well ahead of his closest challenger, former police chief Jim Horrall with 3,584. Bennett collected 673 votes to easily dispatched GOP hopeful John Wayne 'Duke' Cunningham with 150 votes.

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DEMOCRATIC TICKET

MAYOR


• Kevin D. Burke 5,074

James A. 'Jim' Horrall 3,584

Dale Smith 153

John M. Walters 93



CLERK


• Charles Hanley 6,680



JUDGE


Mike Radar 3,498

• John T. Roach 4,257



CITY COUNCIL

At-Large


• George J. Azar 5,327

Carmen Owens Black 3,021

• James P. (Jim) Chalos 4,402

Vicki L. Curts 2,406

• Don Morris 4,438

William F. (Bill) Thompson 2,686

District 1


Travis A. Behem 316

• Richard F. (Rich) Duncan 779

District 2


Susan Emily Pfleging 881

• Ramon (Turk) Roman 1,563

District 3


Frederick T. Bauer 676

• Norman E. (Norm) Loudermilk 845

District 4


Sydney (Syd) Bell 233

• Todd Nation 411

District 5


• Neil Garrison 875

Shelva (Butch) Warner 548

District 6


Dan L. (Buford) Lockard 523

• Charles G. (Chuck) Miles 681





REPUBLICAN TICKET

MAYOR


• Duke Bennett 673

John Wayne (Duke) Cunningham 150

CITY COUNCIL

At-Large


• Angela Miller Treadway 727

District 1


• Kevin M. Anderson 106

Ryan H. Humphrey 84

District 2


• Robert C. Guell 229

District 3


• Robert L. Flott 85

District 5


• Jennifer K. Harpole 91



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