As the end of the year approaches, Patch recaps the biggest stories of 2012—both in terms of pageviews and impact on the Inver Grove Heights community. The original article posted on Nov. 7, 2012.
Other Story of the Year posts:
• No. 2 Story of the Year: Three Dead in Head-On Crash Involving School Bus and Passenger Vehicle
• No. 4 Story of the Year: County Attorney Seeks Maximum Sentence for Defendants in IGH Drug Bust
• No. 5 Story of the Year: Are You in Favor of a Gun Safety Program Inside City Limits?
• No. 6 Story of the Year: Former Simley Student Teacher Accused of Sending Naked Pic to Student
• No. 7 Story of the Year: ISD 199 Technology Levy Defeated
• No. 8 Story of the Year: Simley Student Writes One Act Play
• • No. 10 Story of the Year: Olsons' is the Greatest Love Story in Inver Grove Heights
ORIGINAL POST: Looking for Inver Grove Heights election results? You've come to the right place.
Below you will find up-to-the-minute election results for races in IGH, including Minnesota House, Minnesota Senate, city council and mayor. Patch will begin updating this page with numbers after the polls close at 8 p.m. on Tuesday.
REMINDER: This page contains local election results only. Click the following links for other results.
- Dakota County Board of Commissioners & Soil and Water Conservation results.
For presidential election, senate race, congressional election and constitutional amendment results, please click here.
Local Government (with 100 percent of precincts reporting)
*—Denotes IncumbentName Total Votes Percentage *George Tourville 10655 68.2% Scott Cornelius 4882 31.2%
IGH City Council
House District 52B (Eagan, Mendota Heights, Inver Grove Heights)Name Party Total Votes Percentage *Joe Atkins DFL 14493 66% Paul Tuschy R 7430 33.8%
Senate District 52 (Eagan, Inver Grove Heights, South St. Paul, West St. Paul, Mendota Heights)
Dwight RabuseGOP 16542 37.7%
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