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WOODBURY SUPERVISORS WILL BE ALL REPUBLICAN IN JANUARY

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THE WOODBURY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WILL BE ALL REPUBLICAN FOLLOWING TUESDAY’S ELECTION.

INCUMBENT ROCKY DEWITT RETAINED HIS DISTRICT 5 SEAT BY DEFEATING DEMOCRAT PATTY ERICKSON-PUTTMANN WITH 60 PER CENT OF THE VOTE.

HE SAYS THERE IS A LOT OF WORK AHEAD FOR THE NEW BOARD IN JANUARY:

OC………….RECOGNIZING THAT. :19

FORMER SUPERVISOR JEREMY TAYLOR DEFEATED INCUMBENT DEMOCRAT MARTY POTTEBAUM IN A TIGHT RACE IN DISTRICT 3, 52 TO 47 PER CENT.

OC………FAMILIES HERE. :20

TAYLOR OVERCAME HAVING TO GIVE UP HIS FORMER DISTRICT 2 SEAT EARLIER IN THE YEAR AFTER IT WAS RULED HIS PRIMARY ADDRESS WAS NO LONGER IN THE DISTRICT HE SERVED.

POTTEBAUM WAS DISAPPOINTED WITH THE LOSS:

OC…….LIE TO THE PEOPLE. ;08

INCUMBENT KEITH RADIG FOUGHT OFF A TOUGH CHALLENGE BY DEMOCRATIC NEWCOMER AND FORMER CITY POLICE OFFICER KEVIN MCCORMICK TO RETAIN HIS DISTRICT 1 SEAT BY A 51 TO 48 PER CENT MARGIN.

HE EXPECTS THE BOARD TO FACE SOME FINANCIAL CHALLENGES NEXT YEAR:

OC……….SHOULD BE INTERESTING. :22

RADIG, TAYLOR AND DEWITT JOIN CURRENT SUPERVISORS MATTHEW UNG AND JUSTIN WRIGHT ON THE ALL REPUBLICAN BOARD AS OF JANUARY.