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Unofficial Marshall County Election Results

The unofficial voting results from Marshall County and overall results of each race across the State of Kansas.

Please note the following before viewing election results:

1. These are unofficial results. They will not be official until the state canvass. 2. The results are exactly as collected from county election officers on election night. 3. Results in some areas may be incomplete–challenged ballots and some advance voting ballots may not be included. 4. Results of county, township and local question submitted elections will be available only from the respective county election officers. 5. D=Democratic L=Libertarian F=Reform R=Republican i=Independent.

LOCAL RACES:

Marysville City Sales Tax

YES: 534. NO: 689

USD 451 B&B & USD 442 Nemaha Valley Consolidation

Marshall County Only: YES: 4. NO: 10

Nemaha Valley USD 442 Votes Only:

YES: 1,126. NO: 250

Baileyville B&B USD 451 Votes Only:

YES: 232. NO: 215

*Consolidation Approved.

United States
Senate

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
D-Lisa Johnston 738 20% 215,270 26%
L-Michael Wm. Dann 61 2% 17,437 2%
F-Joseph (Joe) K. Bellis 32 1% 11,356 1%
R-Jerry Moran 2,907 78% 578,768 70%
United States
House of Representatives 001

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:1321 of 1321

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
D-Alan Jilka 946 26% 43,385 23%
L-Jack Warner 158 4% 6,415 3%
R-Tim Huelskamp 2,534 70% 140,447 74%
Governor / Lt.
Governor

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
D-Tom Holland 1,079 29% 264,214 32%
L-Andrew P. Gray 101 3% 21,932 3%
F-Kenneth (Ken) W. Cannon 68 2% 15,050 2%
R-Sam Brownback 2,493 67% 522,540 63%
Secretary of
State

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
D-Chris Biggs 1,317 36% 302,102 37%
L-Phillip Horatio Lucas 72 2% 16,946 2%
F-Derek Langseth 76 2% 13,482 2%
R-Kris Kobach 2,194 60% 482,979 59%
Attorney
General

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
D-Steve Six 1,407 38% 342,004 42%
L-Dennis Hawver 135 4% 24,000 3%
R-Derek Schmidt 2,165 58% 453,629 55%
State Treasurer

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
D-Dennis McKinney 1,544 43% 334,245 41%
R-Ron Estes 2,046 57% 474,175 59%
Kansas House of
Representatives 106

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting: 65 of 65

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
L-Philip “Skip” H. Breitmeyer 544 15% 1,031 16%
R-Sharon Schwartz 2,988 85% 5,635 85%
Supreme Court
Justice- 01

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
Carol A. Beier – “YES” 1,880 63% 439,474 63%
Carol A. Beier – “NO” 1,115 37% 256,806 37%
Supreme Court
Justice- 02

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
Dan Biles – “YES” 1,758 61% 424,952 62%
Dan Biles – “NO” 1,130 39% 261,169 38%
Supreme Court
Justice- 03

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
Lawton R. Nuss – “YES” 1,814 63% 428,828 63%
Lawton R. Nuss – “NO” 1,083 37% 257,019 38%
Supreme Court
Justice- 05

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
Marla J. Luckert – “YES” 1,807 62% 428,714 63%
Marla J. Luckert – “NO” 1,090 38% 255,057 37%
Constitutional
Amendment 1 – Bear Arms

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
C.A. #1 – “YES” 3,251 92% 710,255 89%
C.A. #1 – “NO” 277 8% 91,004 11%
Constitutional
Amendment 2 – Vote Rights

County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31 State Precincts
Reporting:3315 of 3315

Candidate County Votes County % State Votes State %
C.A. #2 – “YES” 2,184 62% 493,764 62%
C.A. #2 – “NO” 1,321 38% 297,382 38%

About Derek Nester

Derek Nester was born and raised in Blue Rapids, and graduated from Valley Heights High School in May of 2000. He attended Cowley College in Arkansas City and Johnson County Community College in Overland Park studying Journalism & Media Communication. After stops at KFRM and KCLY radio in Clay Center, he joined KNDY in 2002 as a board operator and play by play announcer. Derek is now responsible for the digital content of Dierking Communications, Inc. 6 radio stations. In 2005 Derek joined the staff of KCFX radio in Kansas City as a production assistant for the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network, which airs on 69 radio stations across 9 Midwest states.