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Unofficial June 5 primary voting results

Nursing home levy approved

Unofficial June 5 primary voting results

 

VIRGINIA CITY– Election night results are as follows and please remember these are unofficial results. According to Madison County Clerk-Recorder-Election Administrator Kathleen Mumme, the official and final tally won’t be known until June 13, when the voting is audited, followed by the official June 19 canvas of the election. That is when the final and official results are decided.

As of  Wednesday morning, with all 669 voting precincts fully reported, statewide voter turnout showed 281,412 of 679,231 registered voters had actually voted, a 41 percent turnout.

One vote of especial interest in Madison County, voters appear to have approved the continuing mill levy to support the county nursing homes 1,767 for, 576 against.

In other business, voters did as follows:

 

U.S. Senate

Democrat – 775 total votes

  • John Tester, 775 votes (uncontested)

 

Republicans – 1,609 total votes

  • Troy Downing – 294 votes (18 percent)
  • Russ Fagg – 375 votes (23 percent)
  • Albert Olszewski – 141 votes (9 percent)
  • Matt Rosendale – 799 (50 percent)

 

Green Party – 5 votes

  • Timothy Adams – 7 votes (56 percent)
  • Steve Kelly – 10 votes (39 percent)

 

U.S. Congressional Representative

Democrats – 752 total votes

  • John Heenan - 136 votes, 18 percent
  • Grant Kier - 233 votes, 31 percent
  • John Meyer - 16 votes, 2 percent
  • Lynda Moss - 32 votes, 4 percent
  • Jared Pettinato - 16 votes, 2 percent
  • Kathleen Williams -319 votes, 42 percent

 

Republican 400 total votes

  • Greg Gianforte – 1,470 votes, 98 percent

 

Green Party – 4 total votes

  • Doug Campbell – 14 votes, 82 percent

 

Clerk of the Supreme Court

Democrat – 176 total votes

  • Rex Renk – 665 votes, 100 percent

Republican – 1,334 total votes

  • Bowen Greenwood – 1,334, 100 percent

 

Supreme Court Justice No. 4

  • Beth Baker (non-partisan) – 2,016 votes, 100 percent

 

Supreme Court Justice No. 2

  • Ingrid Gustafson (non-partisan) – 2,017 Total Votes, 100 Percent

 

District Court Judge

District No. 5, Dept. No.  1

Luke Michael Berger (non-partisan) – 2,067 votes, 100 percent

 

State Representative

District 71

Democrat

  • Jay A. Frederick – 684 votes, 100 percent

Republican

  • Ray L. Shaw – 1,383 votes, 100 percent

 

Nursing home mill levy

Continuing mill levy for the Madison County nursing homes – 2,343 total votes

  • For – 1,767, 75 percent
  • Against – 576, 25 percent
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