Archive for Tuesday, August 3, 2010

DECISION 2010

Robert Perez, Tonganoxie, casts his ballot just before polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Tonganoxie VFW Post Home. Perez was the 243rd person to vote at the polling site during Tuesday's primaries.

Robert Perez, Tonganoxie, casts his ballot just before polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Tonganoxie VFW Post Home. Perez was the 243rd person to vote at the polling site during Tuesday's primaries.

August 3, 2010, 8:06 p.m.

Updated: August 3, 2010, 11:36 p.m.

11:30 p.m. update

Additional races

All precincts reporting

State representative, 41st District

Republican

Louis Klemp — 515

Jana Taylor Goodman — 673

Attorney general

Republican

Ralph J. De Zago — 1,167

Derek Schmidt — 3,953

Insurance commissioner

Republican

Sandy Praeger — 2,858

David J. Powell — 2,752

County commissioner

First District

Republican

Robert Holland — 973

Bob Koppen — 429

Democrat

Lisa Weakley — 238

Tim Goetz— 466

Kickapoo Township Clerk

Democrat

Rhonda Berry — 30

Thomas V. McEvoy— 99

All precincts have reported for Leavenworth County.

10:20 p.m. update

Leavenworth County results

45 of 45 precincts reporting

U.S. Senate

Republican

Jerry Moran — 2,534

Todd Tiahrt — 3,175

Robert Londerholm — 188

Tom Little — 130

Democrat

Lisa Johnston — 523

Charles Schollenberger — 444

David Haley — 353

Patrick Wiesner — 372

Robert A. Conroy — 141

U.S. House of Representatives, 2nd District

Republican

Lynn Jenkins — 3,100

Dennis Pyle — 2,855

Democrat

Thomas Koch — 1,540

Cheryl Hudspeth — 222

Sean Tevis — 104

Governor and Lt. Governor

Republican

Sam Brownback and Jeff Colyer — 4,930

Joan Heffington and Mark Holick — 1,049

Secretary of State

Republican

Kris Kobach — 4,289

Elizabeth Ensley — 1,361

JR Claeys — 262

Democrat

Chris Steineger — 1,010

Chris Biggs — 753

9:31 p.m. update

Leavenworth County results

41 of 45 precincts reporting

U.S. Senate

Republican

Jerry Moran — 2,861

Todd Tiahrt — 2,332

Robert Londerholm — 171

Tom Little — 120

Democrat

Lisa Johnston — 479

Charles Schollenberger — 422

David Haley — 333

Patrick Wiesner — 372

Robert A. Conroy — 131

U.S. House of Representatives, 2nd District

Republican

Lynn Jenkins — 2,841

Dennis Pyle — 2,578

Democrat

Thomas Koch — 1,449

Cheryl Hudspeth — 203

Sean Tevis — 97

Governor and Lt. Governor

Republican

Sam Brownback and Jeff Colyer — 4,485

Joan Heffington and Mark Holick — 957

Secretary of State

Republican

Kris Kobach — 3,876

Elizabeth Ensley — 1,260

JR Claeys — 240

Democrat

Chris Steineger — 944

Chris Biggs — 707

9:31 p.m. update

Leavenworth County results

41 of 45 precincts reporting

U.S. Senate

Republican

Jerry Moran — 2,861

Todd Tiahrt — 2,332

Robert Londerholm — 171

Tom Little — 120

Democrat

Lisa Johnston — 479

Charles Schollenberger — 422

David Haley — 333

Patrick Wiesner — 372

Robert A. Conroy — 131

U.S. House of Representatives, 2nd District

Republican

Lynn Jenkins — 2,841

Dennis Pyle — 2,578

Democrat

Thomas Koch — 1,449

Cheryl Hudspeth — 203

Sean Tevis — 97

Governor and Lt. Governor

Republican

Sam Brownback and Jeff Colyer — 4,485

Joan Heffington and Mark Holick — 957

Secretary of State

Republican

Kris Kobach — 3,876

Elizabeth Ensley — 1,260

JR Claeys — 240

Democrat

Chris Steineger — 944

Chris Biggs — 707

8:30 p.m. update

Here is a look at how folks in Leavenworth County are voting:

26 of 45 precincts reporting

U.S. Senate

Republican

Jerry Moran — 776

Todd Tiahrt — 742

Robert Londerholm — 57

Tom Little — 42

Democrat

Lisa Johnston — 161

Charles Schollenberger — 126

David Haley — 113

Patrick Wiesner — 96

Robert A. Conroy — 37

U.S. House of Representatives, 2nd District

Republican

Lynn Jenkins — 865

Dennis Pyle — 742

Democrat

Thomas Koch — 452

Cheryl Hudspeth — 58

Sean Tevis — 27

Governor and Lt. Governor

Republican

Sam Brownback and Jeff Colyer — 1,328

Joan Heffington and Mark Holick — 271

Secretary of State

Republican

Kris Kobach — 1,930

Elizabeth Ensley — 800

JR Claeys — 141

Democrat

Chris Steineger — 591

Chris Biggs — 413

8:05 p.m. update

The polls closed at 7 p.m. and now it's time for the waiting game as election results begin to come in across the state.

Jerry Moran has an early lead in the U.S. Senate race in the Republican primary, with 72.5 percent of the votes. Todd Tiahrt is second with 22.5 percent.

The winner of that primary will face the winner in the Democratic primary. In that race, Lisa Johnston has an early lead with 38.8 percent. Her closest threat is Charles Schollenberger with 23.5 percent.

Comments

Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Commenting has been disabled for this item.