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List: Nye County primary election results

Overall Nye County 2018 primary election

Active Registered Voters: 27,813

Election Day Turnout: 3,651 (13.12%)

Early Voting Turnout: 4,366 (15.69%)

Absentee Ballots: 635 (2.28%)

Mail-in Ballots: 0

Total Turnout: 8,652 (31.09%)

Winners shown in bold

Nye County Commission District 4 – Republican

Leo Blundo: 355 (30.60%)

Ron Boskovich: 322 (27.76%)

Tina Trenner: 347 (29.91%)

Walt Turner: 136 (11.72%)

Nye County Commission District 5 – Republican

Dwight Lilly: 287 (23.49 percent)

Leo Marchetti: 101 (8.27%)

Dan Schinhofen: 388 (31.75%)

Debra Strickland: 446 (36.50%)

Nye County District Attorney – Republican

Angela Bello: 2,478 (49.62%)

Chris Arabia: 2,516 (50.38%)

Nye County Sheriff – Nonpartisan

Gerald Butler: 169 (1.97%)

Dave Champion: 463 (5.41%)

Tony DeMeo: 2,457 (28.71%)

David Hiebert: 1,348 (15.75%)

Asa Kulkin: 554 (6.47%)

Ray “The Flagman” Mielzynski:

474 (5.54%)

Joe Moffett: 152 (1.78%)

Tasha Pfaff: 38 (0.44%)

Kenneth Rex: 43 (0.50%)

Sharon Wehrly: 2,861 (33.43%)

Nye County Treasurer – Republican

Butch Borasky: 1,297 (26.17%)

John Prudhont: 1,264 (25.50%)

Pam Webster: 1,745 (35.20%)

Mary Dawn Zlotek: 651 (13.13%)

Nye County Public Administrator – Republican

Oren Hampton: 1,467 (30.98%)

Ginger Stumne: 3,268 (69.02%)

Nye County School Board Area III – Nonpartisan

Ray Grant: 177 (17.75%)

John Norvell: 164 (16.45%)

Mark Owens: 430 (43.13%)

Donald Rust: 226 (22.67%)

Pahrump Justice of the Peace – Nonpartisan

Frank Carbone: 1,773 (24.42%)

Lisa Chamlee: 3,431 (47.25%)

Richard Hamilton: 252 (3.47%)

Randy Jones: 993 (13.68%)

Robert Martin: 194 (2.67%)

Warren Pawliuk: 618 (8.51%)

The overall statewide 2018 Primary Election

Nevada Assembly District 36 – Republican

Dr. Joseph Bradley: 1,411 (20.69%)

Dennis Hof: 2,921 (42.82%)

James Oscarson: 2,489 (36.49%)

Nevada Assembly District 32 – Republican

Tom Fransway: 2,789 (42.24%)

Alexis Hansen: 3,813 (57.76%)

Governor – Republican

Bill Boyd: 6,026 (4.24%)

Stephanie Carlisle: 6,400 (4.50%)

Frederick Conquest: 766 (0.54%)

Edward Dundas: 575 (0.40%)

Jared Fisher: 6,696 (4.71%)

Adam Laxalt: 101,617 (71.49%)

Stan Lusak: 1,010 (0.71%)

Dan Schwartz: 12,916 (9.09%)

Governor – Democrat

John Bonaventura: 4,345 (2.99%)

Asheesh Dewan: 1,467 (1.01%)

Chris Giunchigliani: 56,491 (38.86%)

David Jones: 2,510 (1.73%)

Steve Sisolak: 72,726 (50.03%)

Henry Thorns: 2,760 (1.90%)

U.S. Senate – Republican

Sherry Brooks: 5,144 (3.62%)

Sarah Gazala: 4,011 (2.82%)

Vic Harrell: 1,282 (0.90%)

Tom Heck: 26,291 (18.49%)

Dean Heller: 99,472 (69.96%)

U.S. Senate – Democrat

Danny Burleigh: 3,244 (2.26%)

David Knight: 6,340 (4.42%)

Bobby Mahendra: 3,833 (2.67%)

Allen Rheinhart: 4,774 (3.33%)

Jacky Rosen: 110,530 (77.12%)

Jesse Sbaih: 4,538 (3.17%)

U.S. Congressional District 4 – Republican

David Gibbs: 6,098 (18.96%)

Cresent Hardy: 15,252 (47.42%)

Jeff Miller: 2,560 (7.96%)

Mike Monroe: 971 (3.02%)

Bill Townsend: 3,659 (11.38%)

Kenneth Wegner: 3,625 (11.27%)

U.S. Congressional District 4 – Democrat

John Anzalone: 2,132 (5.80%)

Steven Horsford: 22,698 (61.72%)

Patricia Spearman: 5,607 (15.25%)

Allison Stephens: 2,215 (6.02%)

Amy Vilela: 3,388 (9.21%)

Sid Zeller: 734 (2%)

Nevada Attorney General – Republican

Wes Duncan: 82,427 (59.78%)

Craig Mueller: 43,346 (31.44%)

Nevada Attorney General – Democrat

Aaron Ford: 94,664 (68.01%)

Stuart MacKie: 26,610 (19.12%)

State Treasurer – Republican

Bob Beers: 91,543 (66.82%)

Derek Uehara: 32,402 (23.65%)

Secretary of State – Republican

Ernest Aldridge: 36,489 (26.74%)

Barbara Cegavske: 85,335 (62.55%)

Lieutenant Governor – Republican

Eugene Hoover: 15,913 (11.56%)

Brent Jones: 24,892 (18.08%)

Scott LaFata: 6,851 (4.98%)

Gary Meyers: 9,149 (6.65%)

Michael Roberson: 63,656 (46.24%)

Lieutenant Governor – Democrat

Laurie Hansen: 30,698 (22.03%)

Kate Marshall: 93,758 (67.27%)

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