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Unofficial Election Results by Race

Kansas 2010 Unofficial Results by County
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US Senate (D)
Precincts Reporting:
3306 of 3316
Candidate Votes 
Robert A. Conroy 7,855 
David Haley 15,550 
Lisa Johnston 25,264 
Charles Schollenberger 19,079 
Patrick Wiesner 13,280 
US Senate (R)
Precincts Reporting:
3306 of 3316
Candidate Votes 
Tom Little 10,055 
Robert (Bob) Londerholm 8,148 
Jerry Moran 159,658 
Todd Tiahrt 143,816 
US House 1 (R)
Precincts Reporting:
1313 of 1323
Candidate Votes 
Jim Barnett 24,365 
Sue (Holloway) Boldra 7,636 
Marck Cobb 1,714 
Tim Huelskamp 33,527 
Tracey Mann 20,356 
Rob Wasinger 9,087 
SOS (D)
Precincts Reporting:
3306 of 3316
Candidate Votes 
Chris Biggs 48,547 
Chris Steineger 32,058 
SOS (R)
Precincts Reporting:
3306 of 3316
Candidate Votes 
J.R. Claeys 67,362 
Elizabeth "Libby" Ensley 81,910 
Kris Kobach 153,593 

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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 R=Republican
This page will be updated continuously beginning 7:00pm CST Tuesday August 3, 2010

United States Senate (D)
County Precincts Reporting: 32 of 32
State Precincts Reporting:3306 of 3316
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
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D-Robert A. Conroy 16 5% 7,855 10%  
D-David Haley 46 13% 15,550 19%  
D-Lisa Johnston 121 35% 25,264 31%  
D-Charles Schollenberger 89 26% 19,079 24%  
D-Patrick Wiesner 74 21% 13,280 16%  
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United States Senate (R)
County Precincts Reporting: 32 of 32
State Precincts Reporting:3306 of 3316
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
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R-Tom Little 88 3% 10,055 3%  
R-Robert (Bob) Londerholm 48 2% 8,148 3%  
R-Jerry Moran 1,943 63% 159,658 50%  
R-Todd Tiahrt 1,027 33% 143,816 45%  
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United States House of Representatives 001 (R)
County Precincts Reporting: 32 of 32
State Precincts Reporting:1313 of 1323
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
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R-Jim Barnett 769 25% 24,365 25%  
R-Sue (Holloway) Boldra 157 5% 7,636 8%  
R-Marck Cobb 45 2% 1,714 2%  
R-Tim Huelskamp 800 26% 33,527 35%  
R-Tracey Mann 796 26% 20,356 21%  
R-Rob Wasinger 508 17% 9,087 9%  
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Governor / Lt. Governor (R)
County Precincts Reporting: 32 of 32
State Precincts Reporting:3306 of 3316
Candidate County
Votes
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R-Sam Brownback 2,397 80% 258,836 82%  
R-Joan Heffington 611 20% 56,051 18%  
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Secretary of State (D)
County Precincts Reporting: 32 of 32
State Precincts Reporting:3306 of 3316
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
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D-Chris Biggs 326 87% 48,547 60%  
D-Chris Steineger 51 14% 32,058 40%  
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Secretary of State (R)
County Precincts Reporting: 32 of 32
State Precincts Reporting:3306 of 3316
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
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R-J.R. Claeys 1,391 48% 67,362 22%  
R-Elizabeth "Libby" Ensley 619 21% 81,910 27%  
R-Kris Kobach 914 31% 153,593 51%  
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Attorney General (R)
County Precincts Reporting: 32 of 32
State Precincts Reporting:3306 of 3316
Candidate County
Votes
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%
State
Votes
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R-Ralph J. De Zago 1,504 54% 63,151 24%  
R-Derek Schmidt 1,286 46% 204,842 76%  
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Commissioner of Insurance (R)
County Precincts Reporting: 32 of 32
State Precincts Reporting:3306 of 3316
Candidate County
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R-David J. Powell 871 29% 110,035 37%  
R-Sandy Praeger 2,093 71% 187,093 63%  
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Kansas House of Representatives 064 (R)
County Precincts Reporting: 4 of 4
State Precincts Reporting: 41 of 41
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
R-Michael Musselman 181 45% 1,236 44%  
R-Vern Swanson 218 55% 1,553 56%  
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Kansas House of Representatives 068 (R)
County Precincts Reporting: 23 of 23
State Precincts Reporting: 38 of 38
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
R-Tom J. Moxley 1,532 70% 2,366 69%  
R-Calvin Seadeek Jr. 664 30% 1,059 31%  
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Member, State Board of Education 007 (R)
County Precincts Reporting: 25 of 25
State Precincts Reporting: 465 of 465
Candidate County
Votes
County
%
State
Votes
State
%
 
R-M.T. Liggett 554 40% 9,123 26%  
R-Kenneth R. Willard 832 60% 25,483 74%  
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