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Thompson elects newcomers to city council, including former mayor

THOMPSON -- Incumbent Karyn Hippen ran unopposed for mayor, winning 91 percent of the votes in Tuesday's election. There were also 22 write-in votes cast.

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Graphic by Carli Greninger

THOMPSON -- Incumbent Karyn Hippen ran unopposed for mayor, winning 91 percent of the votes in Tuesday's election. There were also 22 write-in votes cast.

Two council seats were filled by Jeremy Hughes, who received 38 percent of votes, and Dean Larimer, 31 percent. Larimer is a former mayor.

Adam Bohlman received 17.3 percent and incumbent Richard Parton garnered 11.8 percent.

Related Topics: THOMPSONELECTION 2016
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