March 6, 2012
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In close Ward II race, outside chance for challenge remains
Neal Sawyer was sworn in to the council Monday night with the other April 3 election winners — incumbents won the mayoral race and all four council races — but a sliver of a chance remained that his race would be challenged.
All Shawnee mayoral, council incumbents keep seats — barely
Ward II race decided by less than 1 percent
Shawnee Mayor Jeff Meyers will see a third term in the office after defeating challenger Eric Jenkins in Tuesday's election. Incumbents also won all four of Shawnee's City Council races, though one eked by with a margin of less than 1 percent.
Ward II: Incumbent sees infrastructure, economic development as top priorities
For Neal Sawyer, “Good Starts Here” isn’t just a city motto.
Candidate questionnaire: Neal Sawyer, Ward II
Sawyer, the incumbent, faces challenger Mike Kemmling in the April 3 general election
The Dispatch sent written questionnaires to each of the two candidates in the Ward II City Council race and is publishing their answers, unedited, online. Neal Sawyer's responses are below.
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