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Tuesday, 02 April 2013 17:34

Dean Aragon and Ron Warren will join Joe Denoyer and Dave Harrison on the Liberal City Commission after Tuesday's election. Dean Aragon and Ron Warren each will receive two-year terms while Denoyer and Harrison will receive four-year terms.

Mayor Tim Long, who announced he would likely be moving from Liberal with the sale of the majority of his comapny, Panhandle Oilfield Services, finished eighth.

"I am excited for the city," Denoyer said. "We listen to the people. I'm excited about what the future holds. We will be aggressive but be fiscally responsible."

Several issues were discussed during the campaign, but housing was clearly at the forefront.

"The priority will still be housing," Denoyer said. "We have to aggressively pursue that, we have to explore different options. We have to have places to put people to economically grow. We need to draw form the strengths of these other candidates. It is time to get aggressive but be fiscally responsible. The city is financially sound, and it is time to start moving forward in a positive direction."



Joe Denoyer 1035

Dave Harrison 829

Dean Aragon 808

Ron Warren 767


Julio Jimenez 585

Jack Carlile 567

Ivanohoe Love Jr. 537

Tim Long 479


Nick Hatcher received the most votes, but the top three wre only separated eight votes int he race for the USD No. 480 School Board. Crystal Clemens was elected to the board for the first time in her third attempt. Matt Friederich came in second.



Nick Hatcher  1013

Matt Friederich 1009

Crystal Clemens 1005


Travis  Combs 686

Tammy Williams 527


Other results:


Kismet Mayor

Rodney Lewis 51


Kismet City 3 will serve

Emery Ball 25

Bryan 44

Jason 52

Louise Winner 29


Do not have USD 483 at this time.


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