It was a light election Tuesday in DeWitt County.
The race for a seat on the Clinton School Board between Marcia Cooper and Chris Hammer was the highlight on the ballot in DeWitt County.
By a vote of 530-488 Chris Hammer defeated Marcia Cooper. The seat is for an unexpired-two year term.
Incumbent Mike Walker will retain his seat on the Clinton Board of Education.
Dan Matthews and Cole Ritter were elected to fill two vacancies on the School Board.
In Wapella, there were a number of tightly contested races. The contested races were Village President race between Richard Karr and Cheri Miller, Village Clerk between Lauren Johnson and Sherri Stamp, three four-year seats on the Village Board between Mandy Huff, Sherry Mears, Shauna Hamblen, Suzanna Holland and Reggie Westfall, along with a two-year seat between Ryan Carter and Mark Miller.
Most of the Wapella races are too close to call until all absentee ballots are accounted for. As of Wednesday morning, the results are:
Karr leads Miller by a vote of 86-83.
Johnson defeated Stamp 93-72.
The races for Village Trustee race for the four-year terms are not final as there are still mail in ballots but as of Tuesday night, the vote totals are:
Suzanna Holland - 95
Reggie Westfall - 90
Mandy Huff - 87
They are ahead of Mears and Hamblen as of Wednesday morning.
The Village Trustee race for a two-year term are not final either as there are still mail-in ballots to be received but as of Wednesday morning, Miller leads Carter 84-81.
Only about 2,000 votes were cast in DeWitt County in Tuesday's election.