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County board seats elected in west central Minnesota

Newcomers unseated incumbents this year in at least four county board races in west central Minnesota. Voters in the area elected candidates to county board spots in seven counties. There were competitive races in most west central Minnesota coun...

 

Newcomers unseated incumbents this year in at least four county board races in west central Minnesota.

 

Voters in the area elected candidates to county board spots in seven counties. There were competitive races in most west central Minnesota counties.

 

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The following list was compiled with data from the Minnesota Secretary of State's website. The bolded candidates are those elected in contested races on Tuesday.

Chippewa County

District 3

Tim Christensen, 539

Dave Nordaune, incumbent, 700

 

District 2 Commissioner Jeffrey Lopez, 1,153, and District 3 Commissioner Jim Dahlvang, 1,072, ran unopposed.

Kandiyohi County

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District 2

Steve Ahmann, 1,439

Douglas E. Reese, incumbent, 1,247

 

District 4 Commissioner Roger Imdieke, 4566, and District 5 Commissioner Harlan Madsen, 3,769, ran unopposed.

Lac qui Parle County

District 3

Graylen Carlson, incumbent, 331

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John Maatz, 478

District 5

Roy Marihart, incumbent, 412

Jim Nelson, 298

 

District 1 Commissioner Todd Patzer ran unopposed, 689

Meeker County

District 2

Greg Gilbertson, 1,079

Joe Tacheny 1,161

District 4

Mike Housman, incumbent 1,367

Greg Nelson 1,005

 

District 3 Commissioner Bryan Larson ran unopposed, 2,251

Renville County

District 5

LaMont Jacobson, incumbent, 644

Rick Schmidt, 907

 

District 1 Commissioner Randy Kramer and District 3 Commissioner Doug Erickson ran unopposed

 

Swift County

District 1 Commissioner Gary Hendrickx, 847, District 3 Commissioner Pete Peterson, 910, and District 5 Commissioner Eric Rudningen, 998, were unopposed.

Yellow Medicine County

District 4

Ron Antony, incumbent, 565

Allen E. Simonson, 525

District 5

Marty Grabow, 446

Glen Kack, 545

 

District 3 Commissioner Gary L. Johnson ran unopposed, 957

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