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June 7, 2013

Mayor Sam Kookier wins another term in Rapid City

Sam Kookier wins another term despite lower election turnout

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Voter turnout was lower than in 2011, as only 21% turned out for the election Tuesday.  Sam Kookier was the definite winner with 73 percent of the vote.  The voter turnout was about average with 10,700 registered voters casting ballots. For more information about the voter turnout or the results of the Mayoral election you can also checkout the Pennington County Election page and the Black Hills Knowledge Network Rapid City Election page and the archives.

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