The difference between having 16 and 92 of 212 precincts reporting results has not changed the presumptive winners in District 1 through 5. (I didn’t get the results for District 6 at the 16 precinct level.)
In District 1, incumbent Anna May Miller is still losing with 28 of 38 precincts reporting.
She is about 800 votes being Tom Wilbeck and Yvonne Barnes.
With 25 of 38 precincts in, District 2 still has the oldest two candidates in the lead.
Appointed County Board member Jeff Thorsen is running first and John Reinert is in second place.
District 3 shows 10 of 41 precincts whose results have been turned in.
Incumbent Mike Walkup is running first and incumbent Nick Provenzano is running second.
The two female challengers are about 400 votes behind.
District 4 still has incumbent Sue Draffkorn in third place with two to be elected.
Newcomer Craig Wilcox is in first place with newcomer Kay Bates 400 behind.
Bates, however, is 300 votes ahead of Draffkorn with 15 of 35 precincts counted.
In District 5, there were virtually no returns with 16 precinct reporting.
The results show the man who ran first four years ago again in first place.
- Mike Skala – 1,769
- Andy Snarski – 1,511
- Joe Calomino – 1,427
No way to tell whether Snarski or Calomino will join Skala on the Republican Party ticket this fall.