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Results Of Elections In Seward County
11/02/2010
 

U.S. Senate

Jerry Moran, Republican 2967

Joseph K. Bellis, Refom 44

Michael Wm. Dann, Libertarian 55

Lisa Johnston, Democratic 410

U.S. House of Representative District 1

Jack Warner, Libertarian 123

Tim Huelskamp, Republican 2725

Alan Jilka, Democratic 626

Governor/Lt. Governor

Tom Holland/Kelly Kultala, Democratic 583

Sam Brownback/Jeff Colyer, Republican 2749

Kenneth (Ken) W. Cannon/Daniel (Dan) J. Faubion, Reform 62

Andrew P. Gray/Stacey Davis, Libertarian 78

Secretary of State

Phillip Horatio Lucas, Libertarian 79

Chris Biggs, Democratic 669

Kris Kobach, Republican 2578

Derek Langseth, Reform 77

Attorney General

Steve Six, Democratic 913

Dennis Hawver, Libertarian 110

Derek Schmidt, Republican 2408

State Treasurer

Dennis McKinney, Democratic 1063

Ron Estes, Republican 2345

Commissioner of Insurance

Sandy Praeger, Republican 2957

NAME OF OFFICE NAME OF CANDIDATE(S) Unofficial Results

St Representative 125th District

Carl D. Holmes, Republican 3073

State Board of Education District 5

Sally Cauble, Republican 3003

Dist Crt Judge 26th District 1st Div

Bradley E. Ambrosier, Republican 2905

St. Representative 124th District

J. Stephen Alford, Republican 52

Dist Crt Judge 26th District 3rd Div

Kim R. Schroeder, Republican 2944

Commission District 2

Joyce Ann Hibler, Democratic 116

Ada J. Linenbroker, Republican 276

Commission District 3

Randy Malin 435

Commission District 4

Elmer W. "Toby" Hale, Democratic 370

Doug LaFreniere, Republican 518

Fargo Township Clerk

Nancy Louderback, Democratic 215

Liberal Township Clerk

No Candidates

Seward Township Clerk

Sarah Boles-Foreman, Republican 62

1 Cent Sales Tax Question Yes 2384

No 529

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