Polls close at 7 p.m. in Sioux Falls. We will update the results as they are reported. Stay with KSFY.com and KSFY TV tonight for results and reactions from this year's municipal election.
Greg Jamison: 44.7% - 15,153
Mike Huether: 55.3% - 18,749
School Board Member
Douglas Morrison: 55.97% - 13,078
Roger Russell: 44.03% - 10,287
At-large City Council Member 'A'
Rex Rolfing: 57.99% - 16,124
Emmett Reistroffer: 15.45% - 4,295
Manny Steele: 26.56% - 7,384
At-large City Council Member 'B'
Christine Erickson: 64.87% - 17,489
Denny Pierson: 35.13% - 9,470
Central District City Council Member
Rebecca Dunn: 40.02% - 2,078
Michelle Erpenbach: 59.98% - 3,115
Southeast District City Council Member
Rick Kiley: 64.91% - 5,166
Bonita Schwan: 35.09% - 2,793
Initiated Measure 1
A 'yes' vote means the city should use snow gates in it's snow removal program. A 'no' vote says the city should not use snow gates.
Yes: 75.77% - 25,358
No: 24.23% - 8,108
Initiated Measure 2
A 'yes' vote supports the construction of an outdoor pool at Spellerberg Park. A 'no' vote is against construction of an outdoor pool at Spellerberg.
Yes: 30.01% - 10,131
No: 69.99% - 23,623
Referred Law 3
A 'yes' vote approves the referred law and the city's current zoning ordinances will be amended. A 'no' vote disapproves the referred law and the city's current zoning ordinances will stay in effect.
Yes: 65.36% - 19,967
No: 34.64% - 10,583
Referred Law 4
A 'yes' vote will approve the re-zoning ordinance, allowing offices, a Walmart store and other businesses to be built on this property. A 'no' vote will stop the re-zoning.
Yes: 64.5% - 19,967
Charter Amendment A (council terms)
Yes: 84.45% - 26,201
No: 16.94% - 5,282
Charter Amendment B (mayoral terms)
Yes: 83.06% - 25,906
Charter Amendment C (city attorney)
Yes: 82.89% - 25,545
No: 17.11% - 5,272