Gasconade County R-2 School District Board of Education directors (pick 2): [Total votes Gasconade and Franklin counties]
• Joyce Ann Lowes 564
• Russell Farrell 727
• Leann Helling 457
With 16 of 17 precincts reporting as of 9:27 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, the half-cent sales tax for law enforcement in Gasconade County was winning 1,115 to 933. The only outstanding precinct yet to be counted was Redbird, Mo., a relatively small collection of voters. This is an unofficial count and not yet final, according to the Gasconade County Clerk's staff. Official results will be released later this week once the voting is certified by County Clerk Lesa Lietzow and her staff.
Denise Bohl, incumbent Ward 2 alderman in Owensville, received 119 votes in her uncontested effort to retain her seat on the Board of Aldermen. (Final but unofficial results. Pending certification later this week by Gasconade County Clerk Lesa Lietzow and her staff).
Gasconade County R-1 (Hermann) School District election results: — (Pick two): Timothy Schulte 638, Dorothy "Dot" Schoening 565, Debra Weingarth, 433 (8 of 8 precincts reporting).
(Final but unofficial until certified later this week by Gasconade County Clerk Lesa Lietzow and her her staff)
Owensville Mayor John Kamler, unopposed for another term, received 272 votes.
City Marshal Robert Rickerd received 281 votes in his unopposed bid for a sixth term as police chief.
(Final but unofficial results pending confirmation later this week by Gasconade County Clerk Lesa Lietzow and her staff).
In Hermann voting April 5, 2022, for the Gasconade County Municipal Election:
Mayor: Robert O. Sitton 249 vs. Bruce Cox (incumbent) 299
Collector: Carol Schluss (unopposed incumbent) — 488
Ward 1: Susan Lenger (unopposed incumbent)— 212
Ward 2: Ash Geers 160 vs. Clayton Newell 93
Gasconade County R-1 School District Board of Education (pick two in ballot oder): Dorothy "Dot" Schoening 565, Timothy Schulte 638, Debra Weingarth 433.
City of Owensville — (final but unofficial results): Incumbent Ward 1 Alderman Cathy Lahmeyer has won another term in a 102-62 count against challenger Joshua Rogers. Results are finalized later this week by review of the Gasconade County Clerk's staff.