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Local and state election results

Unofficial results are from the Minnesota Secretary of State's office.

Voting booths are lined up inside the gymnasium at Worthington's Lakeside Church Tuesday morning, waiting for voters to come in and complete their ballots.
Voting booths are lined up inside the gymnasium at Worthington's Lakeside Church Tuesday morning, waiting for voters to come in and complete their ballots.
Tim Middagh/The Globe
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WORTHINGTON — Here are the unofficial results of Nobles County's notable elections from Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022.

Live results can be found on the Secretary of State's webpage here .

Minnesota Governor (4,103/4,103 precincts reporting)
Republican Scott Jensen and Matt Birk 1,119,182 (44.6%)
Democratic-Farmer-Labor Tim Walz and Peggy Flanagan 1,311,623 (52.27%)

Congressional District 1
Republican Brad Finstad 159,554 (53.83%)
DFL Jeff Ettinger 125,360 (42.3%)

District 21A House
Republican Joe Schomacker 13,536 (74.29%)
DFL Patrick Baustian 4,671 (25.64%)

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District 21B House
Republican Marj Fogelman 9,437 (66.50%)
DFL Michael Heidelberger 4,728 (33.32%)

District 21 Senate
Republican Bill Weber 27,830 (97.80%)

Mayor of Worthington
Rick Von Holdt 1,373 (52.17%)
Rod Sankey 215 (8.17%)
Chad Cummings 1,035 (39.32%)

Worthington City Council, Ward 1
Cristina Esther Adame 380 (42.65%)
Larry Janssen 508 (57.01%)

Worthington City Council, Ward 2
America Voss 683 (41.70%)
Alaina Kolpin 754 (46.03%)
Nathalie Tshioko Nkashama (11.84%)

Nobles County Board of Commissioners, District 2
Gene Metz 1,412 (99.37%)

Nobles County Board of Commissioners, District 5
Chris Dybevick 766 (97.58%)

District 518 Board of Education (3 elected)
Lori Ann Dudley 2,297 (26.24%)
Adam Blume 2,470 (28.22%)
Erin Schutte 2,607 (29.78%)
LaDean "Butch" Fletcher (15.16%)

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Additional results:

ELECTION 2022
“We are in the throes of an important struggle in this country,” McLemore said to students, faculty, and community members Tuesday. “...This battle is around the right to vote.”
New Worthington Mayor Rick Von Holdt and council members Alaina Kolpin and Larry Janssen participated in a swearing-in ceremony at Worthington City Hall on Jan. 4, 2023
The election, strikes and the abortion debate made headlines in Minnesota this year.

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