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MAY 27, 2010
2010 Primary Election results
Out of 14
In terms of party selection for the Primary, 299 voters selected to vote in the Democratic races and 933 voted the Republican ticket.
Stan Leach retained his seat on the Clearwater County Commission with 705 votes over challenger Clel Fay’s 408 for a margin of 60.93 percent to 35.26 percent respectively. This will be Leach’s fourth term in office if he is officially elected in the General Election in November. No Democrats ran for the commission seat; so Leach may run unopposed in the Nov 2 election unless a write-in candidate files by the Oct. 5, deadline.
In the Judicial
Races for Justice of the Supreme Court Roger Burdick was the overall
winner. Statewide he had 99,044 (58.3%) over John Bradbury at 70,871
(41.7%), though it was a different call in
For District Judge, District 2, Michael J. Griffin had 7,338 (64.5%) over Edwin L. Litteneker with 4,036 (35.5%). In Clearwater County Griffin won 752 votes to Litteneker’s 304.
L. Nuxoll won the race for State Senator, District 8, with 3,830
(56.9%) votes over Leland G. Heinrich’s 2,896 (43.1%) votes. In
State Senator, District 9 was won statewide by Paul E. Shepherd with 5,080 votes.
Representative Position A, Ken A. Roberts took the lead with 4,353
(69.4% of the vote statewide over Gordon Conrad’s 1,921 (30.6%). The
For United States
Senator, Mike Crapo garnered 782 votes over Claude M. (Skip) Davis
II taking 278 votes in
U.S. House of
Representative District 1, Raul R. Labrador took 377 votes over his
nearest opponent, Vaughn Ward with 371.
In the statewide tally .
U.S. House of Representative District 2, Mike Simpson took the lead statewide with 44,846 (58.3%) votes.
In the race for
Governor, Republican Gov. C. L. (Butch) Otter won the primary race
with 88,744 votes (54.6%) statewide, over his nearest opponent Rex
Rammell who had 42,288 (26.0%) votes.
Otter will have to face off in the November General
The contest for
Lieutenant Governor had Brad Little taking 489 votes in
For the office of
State Controller, Donna M. Jones had 492 votes over her nearest
opponent Todd Hatfield at 427 in
Note: the final
count on state votes are taken from the State of
For complete Clearwater County election results, visit http://www.clearwatercounty.org/?test.
For complete statewide election results, visit http://www.sos.idaho.gov/ELECT/Results/ENR/menu.html