Adams County and local legislative election results

Staff Report
Posted 11/6/18

The following are unofficial, preliminary results from the Nov. 6 election for state Legislature and county offices (as of 12:02 p.m. Nov. 7).

State Senate District 24

Faith Winter, (Democrat): Percentage (Total …

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Adams County and local legislative election results

Posted

The following are unofficial, preliminary results from the Nov. 6 election for state Legislature and county offices (as of 12:02 p.m. Nov. 7).

State Senate District 24

Faith Winter, (Democrat): 51.7 percent (29,290 votes)
Beth Martinez Humenik, (Republican): 40.6 percent (23,004 votes)
Donald Osborn, (Libertarian): 2.8 percent (1,613 votes)
Adam Matkowsky (Unaffiliated):  4.9 percent (2,752)

State House District 30

Dafna Michaelson Jenet, (Democrat): 55.5 percent (11,893 votes)
Susan Kochevar, (Republican): 44.5 percent (9,537 votes)

State House District 31

Yadira Caraveo, (Democrat): 54.2 percent (13,120 Votes)
Rico Figueroa, (Republican): 39.6 percent (9,567 Votes)
Bree Owens, (Libertarian):  6.2 percent (1,499 Votes)

State House District 33

Matt Gray, (Democrat): 57.9 percent (23,346 Votes)
Eric Rutherford, (Republican): 35.5 percent  (14,305 Votes)
Kim Tavendale (Libertarian): 2.4 percent (979 Votes)
Jay Geyer, (Independent): 4.1 percent (1,658 Votes)

State House District 34

Kyle Mullica, (Democrat): 58.9 percent (12,804 Votes)
Alexander 'Skinny' Winkler, (Republican): 41.1 percent (8,939 Votes)

State House District 35

Shannon Bird, (Democrat): 58.6 percent (16,428 Votes)
Bruce Baker, (Republican): 38.1 percent (10,689 Votes)
Ken Biles, (Libertarian): 3.4  percent (942 Votes)

Adams County Commission -- District 3

Emma Pinter, (Democrat): 55.9percent (74,138 Votes)
Larry Hoy, (Republican): 44.1 percent (58,388 Votes)

Adams County Commission -- District 4

Steve O'Dorisio, (Democrat): 55.6 percent (73,285 Votes)
Joyce Thomas, (Republican): 44.4 percent (58,636 Votes)

Adams County Clerk

Josh Zygielbaum, (Democrat): 49.9 percent (66,379 Votes)
Stan Martin, (Republican): 50.1 percent (66,681 Votes) *

*(Incumbent County Clerk Stan Martin leads Josh Zygielbaum by 302 votes in the latest count, less than one-quarter of one percent of the total votes cast.)

Adams County Treasurer

Lisa L. Culpepper, (Democrat): 51.5 percent (68,329 Votes)
Brigitte Grim, (Republican): 48.5 percent (64,259 Votes)

Adams County Assessor

Ken Musso, (Democrat): 52.8 percent (69,497 Votes)
Patsy Melonakis, (Republican): 47.2 percent (62,023 Votes)

Adams County Sheriff

Rick Reigenborn, (Democrat): 50.8 percent (67,354 Votes) *
Mike McIntosh, (Republican): 49.2 percent (65,324 Votes)

*(Rick Reigenborn is leading incumbent Sheriff Mike McIntosh by 2,030 votes, about 1.5 percent of the total votes cast.)

Adams County Coroner

Monica Broncucia-Jordan, (Democrat): 55.9 percent (73,257 Votes)
Kara Palfy, (Republican): 44.1 percent (57,877 Votes)

Local Ballot issues

Adams 12 School Bond

Yes: 54.6 percent (33,628 Votes)

No: 45.4 percent (27,674 Votes)

Westminster Public Schools

Yes: 51.2 percent (9,527 Votes) *

No: 48.2 percent (8,804 Votes)

* (The Yes votes on the Westminster Public School's Mill Levy override are currently winning by 451 votes, about 2.4 percent of the total votes cast on the matter.)

These results will be updated.

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