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Results are in

 

August 20, 2020

In an upset to the status quo, Tyler Lindholm lost his bid to retain the House District #1 seat for another two years to challenger Chip Neiman.

Election night brought fewer surprises at the local level, with Kelly Dennis on track for another four years as county commissioner after defeating challenger Bob Latham.

Also at Tuesday night’s primary, Republican incumbent Liz Cheney was Crook County’s vote, leading challenger Blake Stanley by a considerable margin, and Democratic candidate Lynette Grey Bull was the local choice to face her in the general election.

A wide field of candidates hoped to replace U.S. Senator Mike Enzi as he retires. On the Republican side, ex-U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis brought in the most votes in Crook County, while, for the Democratic Party, Merav Ben David was the preferred choice.

U.S. Senator – Republican

Cynthia Lummis 1413

Bryan E Miller 465

Robert G. Short 177

Donna Rice 128

Josh Wheeler 76

R. Mark Armstrong 59

John Holtz 54

Michael Kemler 26

Devon Cade 8

Star Roselli 7

U.S. Senator – Democratic

Merav Ben David 43

Yana Ludwig 22

Nathan Wendt 19

Kenneth R. Casner 11

James Kirk DeBrine 7

Rex Wilde 7

State Rep – Republican

Chip Neiman 1327

Tyler Lindholm 1195

County Commissioner – Republican

Kelly Dennis 1420

Bob Latham 970

U.S. Rep – Republican

Liz Cheney 1763

Blake Stanley 698

U.S. Rep – Democratic

Lynnette Grey Bull 50

Carl Beach 30 Carol Hafner 28

Moorcroft Council

John Aloisio 113

Paul Gallegos 139

Ben Glenn 139

All candidates will move forward

Pine Haven Mayor

John Cook 147

Pine Haven Council

Karla Brandenburg 112

Emily Smith 130

Both candidates will move forward

 
 

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