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EARLY VOTING RESULTS BY RACE

Votes%

SHERIFF

Bill Becht  699  16%

Gregory Curtin  50  1.1%

Rick Marshall  748  17%

Ray “Flagman” Mielzynski  283  6.5%

Galen Morgan  454  10.5%

Eric Murphy  485  11.2%

Tom O’Donnell  145  8.3%

Carlo Verdi  30  0.7%

Sharon Wehrly  1,035  24%

Mark Zane  373  8.5%

COMMISSION DISTRICT 4

Gary Bergman  93  18.2%

Butch Borasky  256  50.1%

Julie Hargis  831  6.2%

Bob Jones  791  5.4%

COMMISSION DISTRICT 5

Dave Caudle  120  23.7%

Bill Dolan  77  15.2%

Walt Grudzinski  92  18%

Dan Schinhofen  217  42.9%

ASSESSOR

Leonardo Blundo  275  11.7%

Nick Bradshaw IV  163  6.9%

Richard C. Marshall  238  10.1%

Shirley Matson  643  27.5%

Sheree Stringer  1,022  43.7%

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR

Robert “Butch” Dole  564  25.4%

Robin Durand-Rudolf  1,006  45.4%

Bob Pilkington  648  29.2%

For statewide results go to http://nvsos.gov

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