Heavy Turnout- Daleske Cruises To Victory

By: 
Homer May
County Reporter
Following are unofficial results of the Benton County Primary Election held August 7, as reported to the Secretary of State by Circuit Clerk Susan Porterfield about 8:45 PM that date. Write-ins are reported, if voted.  
On the Republican ballot. For United States Senator: Tony Monetti 460, Austen Petersen 172, Josh Hawley 1752, Fred Ryman 39, Christina Smith 164, Kristi Nichols 252, Bradley Krembs 18, Ken Patterson 103, Brian Hagg 31, Courtland Sykes 32, Peter Pfeifer 66.  For State Auditor: Kevin Roach 629, David Wasinger 856, Paul Curtman 340, Saundra McDowell 927. For United States Representative, District 4: John Webb 885 , Vicki Hartzler 2303.  For State Senator, District 28: Sandy Crawford 2600.  For State Representative, District 57: Rodger Reedy 1325. For State Representative, District 125: Warren Love 1456. For Circuit Court Judge, Circuit 30: Michael Hendrickson 2541. For Associate Circuit Judge: Mark Pilley 2,603. For Presiding Commissioner: Rodney Johnson, 952, Bob Meuschke 336, Steve Daleske 1,275, Jim Hayes 602. For County Clerk: Susan Porterfield 2,697. For Circuit Clerk: Cheryl Schultz 2,683. For Recorder: Carla Brown 2,661. For Treasurer: Rick Renno 2,742. For Prosecuting Attorney: Karen Coffey-Woodley 2,525. For Collector: David Brodersen  2,687. For Cole Township Committeewoman: Beverly Burnette 146, Donna Hart-Nolte 118.
 On the Democratic ballot. For United States Senator: Carla Coffee-Wright 84, Angelica Earl 40, Leonard Steinman II 20, John Hogan 46,Travis Gonzales 8, David Faust 26, Claire McCaskill 949. For State Auditor: Nicole Galloway 986. For U.S. Representative District 4: Renee Hoagenson 570, Hallie Thompson 529. For State Senator District 28: Joe Poor 1024. For State Representative District 57: Joan Shores 331 . For State Representative Dist. 125: Chase Crawford 732.
     On the Libertarian ballot. For U.S. Senator: Japeth Campbell 11. For State Auditor: Sean O’Toole 11. For U.S. Representative Dist. 4: Steve Koonse 1, Mark Bliss 7. On the Green party ballot. For U.S. Senator: Jo Crain 1, Jerome Bauer 3. For State Auditor: Don Fitz 4. On the Constitution Party ballot. For State Auditor: Jacob Leutkemeyer  4. Two non-partisan issues. Proposition A (“Right to Work”): Yes 1614 . No 2966 . Lincoln Community Nursing Home property tax increase: Yes 511, No 526.

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