to action08 at gmail dot com updated December 16, 2007
The Campaigns in Lee County
County Seats: Fort Madison and Keokuk
More Cities and Towns: Argyle, Augusta, Bluff Park, Charleston, Denmark, Donnellson, Franklin, Galland, Houghton, Montrose, Mooar, Mount Hamill, New Boston, Pilot Grove, Primrose, Saint Paul, Sand Prairie, Sandusky, Sawyer, Summitville, West Point, Wever.
VOTER REGISTRATION (Nov. 1, 2007 Active)
22 precincts of 1,784 precincts statewide
Lee County Elected Officials
Auditor Anne Pedersen
County Attorney Michael Short Obama
Recorder Larry Holtkamp
Sheriff HD Buck Jones
Treasurer Janet Strunk
Supervisor Ernie Schiller Edwards
Supervisor Rick Larkin
Supervisor George Morgan
Supervisor Bob Woodruff
46-Gene Fraise of Fort Madison. Clinton
92-Philip L. Wise of Keokuk.
Supervisor Larry Kruse
91-Dave Heaton of Mt. Pleasant (Henry County).
Local Party Leadership
Lee County Democrats.
Chairman - Rick Larkin of Fort Madison.
1st District Vice Chair - William Young
2nd District Vice Chair - Sandra Chapman
3rd District Vice Chair - Rocky Menke
4th District Vice Chair - Roger Bryant
Secretary - Diane Kearns
Treasurer - George Shields
Lee County Republicans.
Chairman - Patrick Breen of Denmark.
Co-Chair - David Vandenberg of Farmington.
Secretary - Barbara Loges of Famington.
Treasurer - Alex Kloster of Keokuk.
Finance -Robert Abel of Fort Madison. McCain
The Campaigns in Lee County PHOTOS
TO THE STATE CONVENTION
34 of 2,500 (1.36%)
of REGISTERED REPUBLICANS STATEWIDE
0.64% (3,869 of 600,572)
Susan Dunek, Keokuk City Councilwoman (12/05/07)
Keokuk Mayor David Gudgel - first elected in 2001; currently serving his fourth consecutive term. Prior to his public service, Gudgel was senior account manager for W.R. Grace, an industrial chemical company, for 20 years. (12/16/07)
Rural County Chair:
Dolores Genck of Donnellson (4/20/07)
County Chair: Robert Abel - Lee County GOP Central Committee Finance Director
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