One incumbent and one newcomer will be on the Black Hawk County Board of Supervisors after Tuesday night’s election. Republican Incumbent Dan Trelka ended up being the top vote-getter with 24,657 or 29%. Democrat challenger Tavis Hall took the second seat with 21,089 or 25%.
Trelka had this reaction to winning re-election.
Trelka talked about what he’d like to focus on in the next 2 years.
Hall said he was very pleased with winning the election.
Hall talks about one of his main priorities.
Challenger Dennis Halverson was third with 19,197 or 23%, and Glen Keith finished fourth with 18,065 or 23%. Current supervisor and Board Chair Craig White had mounted a write-in campaign. No figures are available as to how many votes White had, but there were a total of 611 write in votes. Black Hawk County voter turnout for this mid-term election was 54.4%.