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11/07/2012

Here are your local election results. For U.S Congress Kristi Noem defeats Matt Varilek. In District 21 Senate race Billie Sutton defeats John Meyer. For State Senator in District 26 Larry Lucas defeats Kent Juhnke in a close race that came down to the last precinct reporting. For District 21 Julie Bartling and Lee Qualm both win seats. In District 26B for State Representative James Schaeffer defeats Maynard Konechne. For Jones County Treasurer Debra Byrd defeats Beth Fedderson. For Brule County States Attorney David Natvig defeats Theresa Maule. In Charles Mix County Thomas Deadrick defeats Pamela Hein for States Attorney. In Lyman County Anita Fouss defeats Paul Jensen for States Attorney. For Mellette County Commissioner in District 2 Casey Krogman defeats Alvin Bettelyoun Sr. and Todd Gullickson. For Tripp County Commissioner in District 4 Curt Littau defeats Greg English. In Lyman County, 2 positions were open for County Commissioner, Adam Ehlers and Leroy Choal will receive the votes for those seats over David Reis and Eugene Mertens. There is a possible recount for Lyman County Commissioners. And for the Chamberlain Events and Fine Arts Center the bond will not pass.



Leslie
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