Wed, 11/09/2022 - 12:48pm admin
CRESCO - (Disclaimer: All results are unofficial until they are recounted by the Board of Supervisors.)
Howard County has 6,282 registered voters, with 3,407 casting a ballot for 54.2%
As of 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 9, the local races have all been called. The State races only had 97 of 99 counties turned in.
The only contests that are very close are the State Auditor with Rob Sand leading Todd Halbur 50.1% to 49.9%. The Attorney General race is also close with Brenna Bird slightly over Tom Miller 50.8%/49.2%.
Most of the local contests have a pretty accurate count with all precincts counted.
Supervisor, District 2: Joe Pisney (R) at 98.7%
Supervisor District 3: Dean Eastman (R) at 98.0%
Treasurer: Christine Ihns Hron (R) at 98.3%
Recorder: Roxann Vokaty (D) — 97.8%
Attorney: Kevin E. Schoeberl (R) — 99.0%
Those elected include
Afton: Ron O’Donnell and Michael Marr/Judy Biwer
Albion: A.J. Friedges and Gerald Keune and Ricky Wangen to fill vacancy/Carol Gates
Chester: Brian Goodman and Melissa Adams/Jean Bowser
Forest City: Jason Ullom and Gene Pisney/Patrick Boyle
Howard Center: Jerry Reicks and David Ollendick/Gary L. Gassett
Howard: Kurt Grover and Jason Ludwig/Trudy O’Donnell
Jamestown: Steve Christensen and Richard Brunner/ Sandra Gronwoldt
New Oregon: Michael Mrachek and Dean D. Hubka/Bob Stika
Oakdale: Loren Rickerl and Keith Knode/Monica Jensen
Paris: Brad Sovereign and Lon Scheidel/Chuck Stevenson
Saratoga: Richard Baethke and Barry Christensen/Susan Norman
Vernon Springs: Mark Reis and Ken Hruska/Roger L. Kleve
Regional Health Services of Howard County Trustees: Michael W. Mahr, John J. Wacha III, Chuck L. Malek, Don Recker and Jeremy Johnston
Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioner: Kayla Sebastian and Charles L. Malek Jr.
Agricultural Extension Council: Diane Huhe, Brent Mehmert, Jim Zajicek, Brandon Mayer and Susan Heimerdinger
All of the justices and judges were elected.
The state constitutional amendment giving residents the right to bear arms passed in Howard County 75.7% to 24.3% and 65% to 35% in the state.