Unofficial election results: Marco Island City Council

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The flow of Marco voters to polls was a slow trickle Tuesday afternoon after heavy early voting.

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Editor's note: These are the unofficial election results of the Marco Island City Council election, Naples City Council election and the Naples mayoral election from the Collier Supervisor of Elections. Please note these are not the final results. The results will be updated as they come in.

Marco Island City Council

• Joe Batte – 3,606

• Jerry Gibson – 5,055

• Andrew Guidry – 3,215

• Roger Hall – 3,316

• Francis ‘Butch’ Neylon – 3,305

• Frank Recker – 5,341

• Bill Trotter – 5,164

• Wayne Waldack – 4,998

Property Tax Amendment

• FOR – 66,057

• AGAINST – 15,090

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Naples Mayor's Race

• Bill Barnett – 7,379

• Henry Kennedy – 1,251

Naples City Council

• Teresa Heitman – 5,526

• Dorothy Hirsh – 3,382

• Gloria Kovacs – 1,578

• Johnny Nocera – 3,058

• John Sorey – 4,963

• Dee Sulick – 4,392

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Comments » 5

lutherdog writes:

I want to see the paper trail! What a travesty.

extra234 (Inactive) writes:

haha, great news! Sorry old folks, Marco IS changing for the better!

themessiah writes:

I guess the "classy" 4x4 by the bridge campaign really worked! Way to go Marco Island, we knew you couldn't be brainwashed by the (3) anti-city bloggers with "multiple personalities"

aeronaut777 writes:

Facts, common sense, decency and reason win every time!

gl1800 writes:

The people have spoken, so please no more lawsuits!

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