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Simon Tops Grieder in Waterloo At-Large Run-off Election

Cronbaugh wins Raymond Council Seat over Incumbent McGowan

New people will be taking their seats on Waterloo and Raymond city councils, thanks to run-off elections on Tuesday. In Waterloo, Steve Simon will take the at-large seat in January, besting former Ward 2 councilman Jonathan Grieder, 60-to 40-percent.  Simon talked about his reaction to last night’s results.

Simon says the win was the result of a lot of hard work over the last five months.

Simon says as an at-large councilor, he plans to work hard for all Waterloo citizens.

In unofficial numbers, Simon’s vote total was 2,553 to Grieder’s 1,669, with three write-in votes. In Raymond, Scott Cronbaugh cruised past incumbent Tom McGowan for a four-year term on the city council. Cronbaugh netted 26 votes, to McGowan’s four votes. Voter turnout for the two run-off elections was 10-percent.

Scott Fenzloff

Scott has been with Coloff Media since 1995, and on the air in the Cedar Valley since 1989. You can catch Scott 6-10AM Mon-Fri on Cruisin KCFI, along with news updates at noon and 5PM.
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