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Nemaha County Election Results

COUNTY COMMISSIONER – 3RD DISTRICT
Dennis R. Henry 897
Mark Wessel 531
Write-In 4
1,798
NEMAHA COUNTY SHERIFF
Tom Schleif 789
Richard D. Vernon 4,039
Write-In 21
4,849
President / Vice President
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting:3513 of 3565
Candidate County
Votes
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%
State
Votes
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D-Barack Obama 988 20% 425,383 38%
L-Gary Johnson 52 1% 19,706 2%
F-Chuck Baldwin 41 1% 4,675 0%
R-Mitt Romney 3,878 78% 671,154 60%
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United States House of Representatives 002
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting: 924 of 935
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
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D-Tobias Schlingensiepen 1,186 24% 108,936 39%
L-Dennis Hawver 187 4% 11,730 4%
R-Lynn Jenkins 3,506 72% 157,450 57%
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Kansas Senate 001
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting: 140 of 140
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
D-Steve Lukert 2,902 59% 14,725 49%
R-Dennis D. Pyle 2,054 41% 15,081 51%
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Kansas House of Representatives 062
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting: 54 of 54
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
D-Dennis R. Stones 1,840 38% 3,571 37%
R-Randy Garber 2,983 62% 6,111 63%
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Member, State Board of Education 006
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting: 584 of 584
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
D-Carol Viar 1,295 33% 39,000 37%
R-Deena L. Horst 2,669 67% 65,607 63%
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Supreme Court Justice- 07
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting:3501 of 3565
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
  Nancy L. Moritz – “YES” 2,489 65% 643,628 71%
  Nancy L. Moritz – “NO” 1,321 35% 264,977 29%
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Court of Appeals Judge- 02
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting:3501 of 3565
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
  Steve Leben – “YES” 2,424 66% 633,133 72%
  Steve Leben – “NO” 1,239 34% 246,195 28%
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Court of Appeals Judge- 03
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting:3501 of 3565
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
  G. Joseph Pierron Jr – “YES” 2,406 67% 648,221 74%
  G. Joseph Pierron Jr – “NO” 1,177 33% 230,518 26%
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Court of Appeals Judge- 06
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting:3501 of 3565
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
  David E. Bruns – “YES” 2,457 69% 655,376 75%
  David E. Bruns – “NO” 1,110 31% 221,126 25%
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Court of Appeals Judge- 08
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting:3501 of 3565
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
  G. Gordon Atcheson – “YES” 2,231 63% 611,245 71%
  G. Gordon Atcheson – “NO” 1,309 37% 255,322 30%
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Court of Appeals Judge- 09
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting:3501 of 3565
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
  Karen Arnold-Burger- “YES” 2,262 64% 619,622 71%
  Karen Arnold-Burger-“NO” 1,289 36% 250,131 29%
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Court of Appeals Judge- 10
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting:3501 of 3565
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
  Richard D. Greene – “YES” 2,266 66% 614,945 72%
  Richard D. Greene – “NO” 1,172 34% 239,649 28%
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Constitutional Amendment
County Precincts Reporting: 31 of 31
State Precincts Reporting:3501 of 3565
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
  Constitutional Amendment – “YES” 2,184 53% 537,059 54%
  Constitutional Amendment – “NO” 1,968 47% 462,988 46%

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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.