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2010: Kansas Primary Election Results

By Pamela Jean
News | August 4, 2010

TOPEKA, Kan. - We have received the latest numbers from the Kansas Secretary of State's office for the August 3rd primaries. Even though all counties have reported in, these results will not be official until certified after the state canvass. These numbers were last updated at 11:17 a.m., August 4th.

United States Senate (D)
Precincts Reporting:3316 of 3316
Candidate Votes %
D-Robert A. Conroy 7,777 10%
   
D-David Haley 15,582 19%
   
D-Lisa Johnston 25,420 31%
   
D-Charles Schollenberger 19,226 24%
   
D-Patrick Wiesner 13,358 16%
   

United States Senate (R)
Precincts Reporting:3316 of 3316
Candidate Votes %
R-Tom Little 10,099 3%
   
R-Robert (Bob) Londerholm 8,163 3%
   
R-Jerry Moran 160,624 50%
   
R-Todd Tiahrt 144,231 45%
   

United States House of Representatives 001 (R)
Precincts Reporting:1323 of 1323
Candidate Votes %
R-Jim Barnett 24,649 25%
   
R-Sue (Holloway) Boldra 7,709 8%
   
R-Marck Cobb 1,727 2%
   
R-Tim Huelskamp 34,112 35%
   
R-Tracey Mann 20,763 21%
   
R-Rob Wasinger 9,145 9%
   

United States House of Representatives 002 (D)
Precincts Reporting: 825 of 825
Candidate Votes %
D-Cheryl Hudspeth 9,945 44%
   
D-Thomas Koch 8,022 36%
   
D-Sean Tevis 4,536 20%
   

United States House of Representatives 002 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 825 of 825
Candidate Votes %
R-Lynn Jenkins 40,951 57%
   
R-Dennis Pyle 30,736 43%
   

United States House of Representatives 003 (D)
Precincts Reporting: 599 of 599
Candidate Votes %
D-Stephene Moore 16,539 78%
   
D-Thomas Scherer 4,661 22%
   

United States House of Representatives 003 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 599 of 599
Candidate Votes %
R-Dan Gilyeat 2,510 4%
   
R-Dave King 810 1%
   
R-Garry R. Klotz 1,841 3%
   
R-Patricia Lightner 26,276 37%
   
R-Jerry M. Malone 2,059 3%
   
R-Craig McPherson 2,607 4%
   
R-John Timothy Rysavy (Rez) 1,602 2%
   
R-Jean Ann Uvodich 1,908 3%
   
R-Kevin Yoder 31,706 45%
   

United States House of Representatives 004 (D)
Precincts Reporting: 570 of 570
Candidate Votes %
D-Raj Goyle 16,971 80%
   
D-Robert Tillman 4,285 20%
   

United States House of Representatives 004 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 570 of 570
Candidate Votes %
R-Jim Anderson 10,166 13%
   
R-Wink Hartman 18,125 23%
   
R-Mike Pompeo 30,700 39%
   
R-Paij Rutschman 1,575 2%
   
R-Jean Kurtis Schodorf 18,943 24%
   

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Governor / Lt. Governor (R)
Precincts Reporting:3316 of 3316
Candidate Votes %
R-Sam Brownback 259,947 82%
   
R-Joan Heffington 56,332 18%
   

Secretary of State (D)
Precincts Reporting:3316 of 3316
Candidate Votes %
D-Chris Biggs 48,745 60%
   
D-Chris Steineger 32,120 40%
   

Secretary of State (R)
Precincts Reporting:3316 of 3316
Candidate Votes %
R-J.R. Claeys 67,974 22%
   
R-Elizabeth "Libby" Ensley 82,153 27%
   
R-Kris Kobach 154,060 51%
   

Attorney General (R)
Precincts Reporting:3316 of 3316
Candidate Votes %
R-Ralph J. De Zago 63,580 24%
   
R-Derek Schmidt 205,601 76%
   

Commissioner of Insurance (R)
Precincts Reporting:3316 of 3316
Candidate Votes %
R-David J. Powell 110,469 37%
   
R-Sandy Praeger 188,021 63%
   

Kansas Senate 007 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 62 of 62
Candidate Votes %  
R-David Harvey 3,895 46%
   
R-Terrie W. Huntington 4,595 54%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 003 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 18 of 18
Candidate Votes %  
R-Terry Calloway 1,064 80%
   
R-Chad Titterington 263 20%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 004 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 30 of 30
Candidate Votes %  
R-Renee Slinkard 904 33%
   
R-Caryn Tyson 1,802 67%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 009 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 42 of 42
Candidate Votes %  
R-Bill Otto 1,572 56%
   
R-Raymond 'Bud' Sifers 1,227 44%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 010 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 16 of 16
Candidate Votes %  
R-Scott James Barnhart 616 31%
   
R-Terri Lois Gregory 1,370 69%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 013 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 50 of 50
Candidate Votes %  
R-Trent Forsyth 1,490 46%
   
R-Forrest Knox 1,742 54%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 017 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 16 of 16
Candidate Votes %  
R-Kelly Meigs 1,934 53%
   
R-Jill Quigley 1,694 47%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 019 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 16 of 16
Candidate Votes %  
R-Jim Denning 1,839 77%
   
R-James A Walker Jr 555 23%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 020 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 19 of 19
Candidate Votes %  
R-Rob Bruchman 2,505 70%
   
R-Stephanie Sawyer Clayton 852 24%
   
R-Matthew D. Webb 238 7%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 029 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 13 of 13
Candidate Votes %  
R-Richard Downing 1,333 50%
   
R-Sheryl L. Spalding 1,362 51%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 036 (D)
Precincts Reporting: 19 of 19
Candidate Votes %  
D-Kathy Wolfe Moore 1,745 79%
   
D-Ronald Witt 467 21%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 041 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 13 of 13
Candidate Votes %  
R-Jana Taylor Goodman 675 57%
   
R-Louis Klemp 518 43%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 051 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 30 of 30
Candidate Votes %  
R-Mike Burgess 2,884 86%
   
R-Tyler Feeney 490 15%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 056 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 25 of 25
Candidate Votes %  
R-Becky Nioce 1,428 80%
   
R-Jack P. Wu 368 21%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 060 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 18 of 18
Candidate Votes %  
R-Daniel Buller 744 36%
   
R-Don Hill 1,318 64%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 062 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 49 of 49
Candidate Votes %  
R-Randy Garber 1,887 66%
   
R-Zachary D. Goodman 962 34%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 064 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 41 of 41
Candidate Votes %  
R-Michael Musselman 1,236 44%
   
R-Vern Swanson 1,553 56%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 065 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 27 of 27
Candidate Votes %  
R-James P. Fawcett 707 41%
   
R-Ernie Honas 411 24%
   
R-Jack Taylor 588 35%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 068 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 38 of 38
Candidate Votes %  
R-Tom J. Moxley 2,366 69%
   
R-Calvin Seadeek Jr. 1,059 31%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 069 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 15 of 15
Candidate Votes %  
R-Tom Arpke 1,205 57%
   
R-Deena L. Horst 898 43%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 070 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 49 of 49
Candidate Votes %  
R-J. Robert (Bob) Brookens 2,340 60%
   
R-Cheryl Green 1,566 40%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 071 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 17 of 17
Candidate Votes %  
R-J. Neil Jednoralski 241 8%
   
R-Charlie Roth 1,902 62%
   
R-Ronald Young 939 31%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 082 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 15 of 15
Candidate Votes %  
R-Joseph Ashby 1,050 33%
   
R-Jim Howell 1,520 48%
   
R-Van A. Willis 578 18%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 083 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 10 of 10
Candidate Votes %  
R-Kyle Amos 2,004 47%
   
R-Jo Ann Pottorff 2,251 53%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 084 (D)
Precincts Reporting: 7 of 7
Candidate Votes %  
D-Gail Finney 667 88%
   
D-Inga Taylor 92 12%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 094 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 16 of 16
Candidate Votes %  
R-Joe McLeland 2,252 63%
   
R-Roy Oeser 778 22%
   
R-Wade A. Waterbury 560 16%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 096 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 12 of 12
Candidate Votes %  
R-Mark S. Gietzen 612 44%
   
R-Phil Hermanson 784 56%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 109 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 99 of 99
Candidate Votes %  
R-Clay Aurand 2,321 66%
   
R-Trey Allen Joy 1,196 34%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 110 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 67 of 67
Candidate Votes %  
R-Dan L. Collins 1,818 40%
   
R-Robert D. "Bob" Miller 1,054 23%
   
R-Mark B. Schulte 1,731 38%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 115 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 39 of 39
Candidate Votes %  
R-Garrett Love 2,079 67%
   
R-Melvin J. Neufeld 1,042 33%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 116 (D)
Precincts Reporting: 65 of 65
Candidate Votes %  
D-Patrick J. Maloney 655 75%
   
D-Rory Pugh 223 25%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 118 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 72 of 72
Candidate Votes %  
R-Don Hineman 3,478 84%
   
R-Robert Tilford 673 16%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 120 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 95 of 95
Candidate Votes %  
R-Ward Cassidy 2,418 56%
   
R-John M. Faber 1,925 44%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 121 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 67 of 67
Candidate Votes %  
R-Brenda McCants 1,396 37%
   
R-Jim Morrison 2,382 63%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 122 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 45 of 45
Candidate Votes %  
R-Mark Aurand 476 15%
   
R-Gary K. Hayzlett 2,635 85%
   

Kansas House of Representatives 124 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 33 of 33
Candidate Votes %  
R-J. Stephen Alford 1,590 51%
   
R-Dan Widder 1,528 49%
   

Member, State Board of Education 003 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 315 of 315
Candidate Votes %  
R-John W. Bacon 21,244 65%
   
R-Dennis L George 11,324 35%
   

Member, State Board of Education 007 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 465 of 465
Candidate Votes %  
R-M.T. Liggett 9,123 26%
   
R-Kenneth R. Willard 25,483 74%
   

District Court Judge 013- 01 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 81 of 81
Candidate Votes %  
R-Paul Dean 1,423 13%
   
R-Terrence Huelskamp 3,351 31%
   
R-James I. Murfin 1,425 13%
   
R-Jan Satterfield 4,679 43%
   

District Court Judge 019- 03 (R)
Precincts Reporting: 60 of 60
Candidate Votes %  
R-E. Rodney Iverson 480 11%
   
R-LaDonna L. Lanning 1,050 25%
   
R-William E. Muret 934 22%
   
R-Christopher E. Smith 955 23%
   
R-Robert D. Wilson 816 19%
   

District Court Judge 027- 01 (D)
Precincts Reporting: 79 of 79
Candidate Votes %  
D-Randall H McEwen 1,187 45%
   
D-Trish Rose 1,459 55%
   

District Court Judge 029- 04 (D)
Precincts Reporting: 111 of 111
Candidate Votes %  
D-William P. Mahoney 4,209 57%
   
D-Rick Rehorn 3,148 43%
 

2 Comments

Thank you, Pam.

No earth shaking surprises!


Great results presentation, Pam!


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