State representative election results

 

Incumbent state representatives were re-elected in all districts except 26 and 46.

Those elected will serve two-year terms. There are 110 State House districts which are re-apportioned after each census.

Results are as of 10:41 p.m.

District 26:

Jim Ellison, a Democrat, tallied 58.54 percent of the vote, compared to opponent Randy LeVasseur, a Republican, who tallied 40.88 percent of the vote. There were 39,054 votes for the candidates.

District 27:

Robert Wittenberg, a Democrat, tallied 76.58 percent of the vote, compared to opponent Kyle Forrest, a Republican, who tallied 22.37 percent of the vote. There were 42,826 votes for the candidates.

District 29:

Tim Greimel, a Democrat, tallied 71.05 percent of the vote, compared to opponents Garren W. Griffith and Artelia Marie Leak. Griffith, a Republican, tallied 25.39 percent of the vote and Leak, a Green Party candidate, tallied 3.29 percent. The total number of votes for the candidates were 32, 508.

District 35:

Jeremy Moss, a Democrat, tallied 85.82 percent of the vote, compared to opponent Robert Brim, a Republican, who tallied 13.49 percent of the vote. The total number of votes for the candidates were 44,544.

District 37:

Christine Greig, a Democrat, tallied 60.53 percent of the vote, compared to opponents Mitch Swoboda and James Young. Swoboda had 35.70 percent of the vote and Young had 3.61 percent of the vote. The total number of votes for the candidates were 48,211.

District 38:

Kathy S. Crawford, a Republican, tallied 57.86 percent of the vote, compared to opponent Amy McCusker, a Democrat. McCusker tallied 41.74 percent of the vote. The total number of votes for the candidates were 44,302.

District 39:

Klint Kesto, a Republican, tallied 49.82 percent of the votes, compared to opponents Michael Stack, a Democrat, and Beth McGrath, no party affiliation. Stack tallied 42.79 percent of the vote and McGrath tallied 7.25 percent of the vote.

District 40:

Michael D. McCready, a Republican, tallied 52.94 percent of the vote, compared to opponent Nicole Bedi, a Democrat, who tallied 46.78 percent of the vote. The total number of votes for the candidates were 54,695

District 41:

Martin Howrylak, a Republican, tallied 55.45 percent of the vote, compared to opponent Cyndi Peltonen, a Democrat, who tallied 44.18 percent of the vote. The total number of votes for the candidates were 39,159.

District 43:

Jim Tedder, a Republican, tallied 65.59 percent of the vote, compared to opponent Ted Villella, a Democrat, who tallied 34.00 percent of the vote. The total number of votes for the candidates were 45,332.

District 44:

Jim Runestad, a Republican, tallied 68.63 percent of the vote, compared to opponent Mark Venie, a Democrat, who tallied 31.99 percent of the vote.

District 45:

Michael Webber, a Republican, tallied 61.81 percent of the vote, compared to opponent Ted Golden, a Democrat, who tallied 37.82 percent of the vote.

District 46:

John Reilly, a Republican, tallied 69.05 percent of the vote, compared to opponent David Lillis, a Democrat, who tallied 30.55 percent of the vote. The number of votes for the candidates was 47,484.

District 51:

Joseph Graves, a Republican, tallied 63.58 percent of the vote, compared to opponents Ryan Bladzik, a Democrat, and Mark L. Sanborn, Libertarian. Bladzik had 30.07 percent of the vote and Sanborn had 6.12 percent of the vote.

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