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Trelka, Hall Elected to Black Hawk Board of Supervisors

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%.

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Scott Fenzloff

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