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Three winning candidates, three defeated. Two watch parties, two sets of emotions.
On one side, there was celebration and thank-you notes in order.
Woodbury Co. Supervisor, representing District #1, Jackie Smith, says, "I'm gonna write one to the Iowa economic development department and to Siouxland initiative for helping us out with the CF expansion."
Yes, the candidates that won, attribute part of their success to CF's recent expansion announcement, with the promise of adding 100 permanent jobs.
The candidates that were defeated? A solemn night for them, as they attribute their loss to not having a fair shot, saying all of Sioux City seems to favor Democrats.
Defeated Republican Running for Woodbury Co. Board of Supervisors, District #5, says, "I think we should have our county redistricted so that someone like me out in the country can be represented. We haven't had a person from rural Woodbury County represent for 40 years. That's too long. We pay taxes too."
No matter what led to a win or loss, both parties agree, it was a close race. For a while anyway.
Defeated Republican Running for Woodbury Co. Board of Supervisors, District #3, says, "In fact, we were ahead. All three of us, Brian Ashley, Linda Holub and I, up until the very end when the absentee ballots came in, it just kind of flipped."
Woodbury Co. Supervisor, representing District #5, says, "Well, it was nerve-wracking because the absentee ballots came in last and it's really nice to have all three come back again."
All incumbent supervisors say what they have is a cohesive bond. They're used to working with each other, and they say that helps make them a successful team.