Holmes Beach, Anna Maria elect city commissioners

November 8, 2011 

Incumbent Al Robinson lost his seat -- and got the fewest votes in the process -- Tuesday night in the race for three seats on the Holmes Beach City Commission.

David Zaccagnino (696 votes), Pat Morton (651) and Jean Peelen (575) were the top vote-getters, according to the Manatee elections office.

Andy Sheridan and Robinson fell short, with 401 and 326 votes, respectively.

The percentage of registered voters turning out was 30.30 percent.

Meanwhile, in the Anna Maria City Commission race, Dale Woodland, John Quam and SueLynn won seats.

The vote totals: Woodland 463, Quam 415, SueLynn 359.

Nancy Yetter fell short in fourth with 291 votes.

The percentage of registered voters turning out was 47.46 percent.

The two contests were the only contested municipal races in Manatee on Tuesday.

Commissioners serve two-year terms with other seats open in even-numbered years.

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