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Pipestone County election results

FEDERAL U.S. Senator Steve Carlson, 239; Mike McFadden, 2119; Al Franken, 1384; Heather Johnson, 69 U.S. Representative District 7 Torrey Westrom, 2122; Collin Peterson, 1616 STATE State Representative District 22A Joe Schomacker, 2625; Diana Sly...

FEDERAL
U.S. Senator
Steve Carlson, 239; Mike McFadden, 2119; Al Franken, 1384; Heather Johnson, 69
U.S. Representative
District 7
Torrey Westrom, 2122; Collin Peterson, 1616

STATE
State Representative
District 22A
Joe Schomacker, 2625; Diana Slyter, 1130
Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Hannah Nicollet and Tim Gieseke, 176; Jeff Johnson and Bill Kuisle, 2211; Mark Dayton and Tina Smith, 1296; Chris Holbrook and Chris Dock, 32; Chris Wright and David Daniels, 66
Secretary of State
Bob Helland, 263; Dan Severson, 2188; Steve Simon, 1180; Bob Odden, 68
State Auditor
Patrick Dean, 223; Randy Gilbert, 2074; Rebecca Otto, 1254; Keegan Iversen, 42; Judith Schwartzbacker, 114
Attorney General
Brandan Borgos, 155; Scott Newman, 2119; Lori Swanson, 1228; Andy Dawkins, 20; Mary O’Connor, 50; Dan R. Vacek, 126

COUNTY
County Commissioner
District 2
Les Nath, 436; Robert Bell, 261
County Commissioner
District 4
Daniel Wildermuth, 435; Gary Gillin, 408
County Auditor
Tyler Reisch, 1954; Amanda Baarson Sandy, 1725
County Treasurer
Steve Weets, 3586
County Recorder
Mary Ann DeGroot, 3465
County Sheriff
Keith Vreeman, 2612; Derek H. Wellnitz, 1241
County Attorney
Damain D. Sandy, 3403
Coroner
Larry D. Christensen, 3431
Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor District 4
William (Bill) Folger, 2048; Elisabeth Roelofs, 1281
Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor District 5
Arvin Pater, 3355

CITY
Edgerton
Mayor
Denny Bleyenburg, 287; Jason Snyder, 291
Council (2)
Ron Williams, 204; Derek Krosschell, 314; Brent Duhoux, 141; David Hulstein, 289; Del Hulstein, 132
Holland
Mayor
Randy Kor, 59
Council
Deb Gerdes, 26; Jordan Houselog, 44
Ihlen
Mayor
Jeannie Swenson, 23
Council (2)
Richard K. Meyer, 24
Jasper
Mayor
Marc D. Hall, 38; Mike Baustian, 177
Council (2)
Karen Damman, 93; Mark Sanow, 40; Jeff Leslie, 101; Anthony A. Klein, 40; Pete Johnson, 121
Trosky
Mayor
Jeffrey Carstensen, 26
Council (1)
Lyle Schiebout, 32
Woodstock
Mayor
Terisa Heard, 36

SCHOOL DISTRICT
OFFICES
Pipestone Area
District (2689)
School Board (3)
Jeff Baatz, 1117; Tami Taubert, 1433; Tim H. Paulson, 1046; Chad Williamson, 1053; Wendy Claussen-Schoolmeester, 1668; Leann Bloemendaal, 660
School Board
Special Election
Kristin L. Ploeger, 789; Brad Carson, 759; Jennifer J. Martens, 361; James Skyberg, 730
Edgerton District (581)
School Board (3)
Lon Anker, 600; Loren Gunnink, 654; Mike Fey, 636
Lake Benton District (404)
School Board
Steven Hurd, 2
Referendum
Yes, 815; No, 1774

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JUDICIAL OFFICES
Supreme Court
Associate Justice 2
John Hancock, 1498; Wilhelmina Wright, 1700
Associate Justice 3
Michelle L. MacDonald, 1489; David Lillehaug, 1670
Court of Appeals
Judge 1
John R. Rodenberg, 2936
Judge 3
Carol A. Hooten, 2889
Judge 4
John P. Smith, 2897
Judge 9
Michael Kirk, 2886
Judge 10
Edward J. Cleary, 2886
Judge 12
Margaret Chutich, 2884
Judge 15
Kevin G. Ross, 2873
5th District Court
Judge 5
Christina M. Wietzema, 1663; Nathan A. Busch, 1558
Judge 2
Terry Scott Vajgrt, 2958
Judge 4
Gordon L. Moore, III, 2897
Judge 8
Todd W. Westphal, 2899
Judge 12
Patrick Rohland, 2864
Judge 13
Douglas L. Richards, 2868
Judge 15
Robert Docherty, 2867
Judge 17
Robert D. Walker, 2864

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