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Unofficial Election Results by Race

Kansas 2010 Unofficial Results by County
Kansas House Split
Party Seats %
Democratic 33 26
Republican 92 73
US Senate
Precincts Reporting:
3266 of 3315
Candidate Votes 
D-Lisa Johnston 213,287 
L-Michael Wm. Dann 17,251 
F-Joseph (Joe) K. Bellis 11,172 
R-Jerry Moran 571,435 
Governor
Precincts Reporting:
3266 of 3315
Candidate Votes 
D-Tom Holland 262,048 
L-Andrew P. Gray 21,729 
F-Kenneth (Ken) W. Cannon 14,802 
R-Sam Brownback 515,422 
SOS
Precincts Reporting:
3266 of 3315
Candidate Votes 
D-Chris Biggs 299,808 
L-Phillip Horatio Lucas 16,689 
F-Derek Langseth 13,278 
R-Kris Kobach 476,111 
AG
Precincts Reporting:
3266 of 3315
Candidate Votes 
D-Steve Six 340,065 
L-Dennis Hawver 23,785 
R-Derek Schmidt 446,025 
Treas
Precincts Reporting:
3266 of 3315
Candidate Votes 
D-Dennis McKinney 331,349 
R-Ron Estes 467,628 


KINGMAN COUNTY



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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
This page will be updated continuously beginning 7:00pm CST Tuesday November 2, 2010

United States Senate
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
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D-Lisa Johnston 259 12% 213,287 26%  
L-Michael Wm. Dann 50 2% 17,251 2%  
F-Joseph (Joe) K. Bellis 34 2% 11,172 1%  
R-Jerry Moran 1,789 84% 571,435 70%  
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United States House of Representatives 004
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting: 521 of 570
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
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D-Raj Goyle 531 25% 69,717 37%  
L-Shawn Smith 70 3% 4,285 2%  
F-Susan G. Ducey 91 4% 4,660 3%  
R-Mike Pompeo 1,440 68% 110,167 58%  
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Governor / Lt. Governor
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
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D-Tom Holland 418 20% 262,048 32%  
L-Andrew P. Gray 56 3% 21,729 3%  
F-Kenneth (Ken) W. Cannon 48 2% 14,802 2%  
R-Sam Brownback 1,623 76% 515,422 63%  
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Secretary of State
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
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D-Chris Biggs 598 28% 299,808 37%  
L-Phillip Horatio Lucas 50 2% 16,689 2%  
F-Derek Langseth 65 3% 13,278 2%  
R-Kris Kobach 1,391 66% 476,111 59%  
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Attorney General
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
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D-Steve Six 714 34% 340,065 42%  
L-Dennis Hawver 66 3% 23,785 3%  
R-Derek Schmidt 1,346 63% 446,025 55%  
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State Treasurer
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
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D-Dennis McKinney 1,367 64% 331,349 42%  
R-Ron Estes 778 36% 467,628 59%  
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Kansas House of Representatives 116
County Precincts Reporting: 22 of 22
State Precincts Reporting: 63 of 63
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
D-Patrick J. Maloney 1,152 65% 2,871 42%  
R-Kyle D. Hoffman 635 36% 3,956 58%  
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Supreme Court Justice- 01
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
  Carol A. Beier - "YES" 1,238 64% 434,670 63%  
  Carol A. Beier - "NO" 703 36% 253,271 37%  
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Supreme Court Justice- 02
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
  Dan Biles - "YES" 1,202 63% 420,369 62%  
  Dan Biles - "NO" 707 37% 257,566 38%  
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Supreme Court Justice- 03
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
  Lawton R. Nuss - "YES" 1,207 63% 424,159 63%  
  Lawton R. Nuss - "NO" 701 37% 253,489 37%  
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Supreme Court Justice- 05
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
  Marla J. Luckert - "YES" 1,191 63% 424,083 63%  
  Marla J. Luckert - "NO" 710 37% 251,549 37%  
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Constitutional Amendment 1 - Bear Arms
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
   C.A. #1 - "YES" 2,029 95% 691,911 89%  
   C.A. #1 - "NO" 104 5% 89,963 12%  
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Constitutional Amendment 2 - Vote Rights
County Precincts Reporting: 28 of 28
State Precincts Reporting:3266 of 3315
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
   C.A. #2 - "YES" 1,320 63% 482,222 63%  
   C.A. #2 - "NO" 780 37% 289,740 38%  
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