Primary Election Results Are In For North Central South Dakota

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Mobridge, S.D. (DRG News) The results for Tuesday’s Primary election are in for North Central South Dakota with only 21.1% voter turn-out according to South Dakota Secretary of State Jason Gant. The Walworth County Commissioner race was as close as it could be with Richard Godkin holding on to a 1 vote win over James Spirey 36 to 35. With that close of a vote, Walworth County Auditor Gwenn Ackerman says that a recount is likely. Potter County States Attorney race for Republican nominee had Craig Smith victorious with 58% of the vote, Sarah Larson received 37% and Joan Powell  got 4.6%. Republican nominee for Potter County Commissioner will go to William Arbach with 55% of votes, opponent Jesse Zweber received 45%. Potter County also had a vote for a Tax Levy Opt-Out for Potter County General Fund for Road Purposes Opt-Out. The people voted 66% no to the opt-out. The Republican candidate for McPherson County Commissioner had James Schumacher winning with 71% of the vote versus Collin Hoffman’s 29%. The Dewey County Auditor Democratic candidate went to Kyrie Lemburg with 79% of the vote compared to her opponent Lisa Plummer who received 21%. The republican nominee for Campbell County Commissioner will be Scott Rau with 63% of the vote versus Leroy Sandmeiers 37%.


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