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Election Results - SE Iowa - June 5, 2018 Primary

Jun 6, 2018

The polls have closed for the 2018 Primary Election in Iowa. The winners will move on to the 2018 General Election in November.

Results – Contested Races

Iowa - 2nd Congressional District

Republican Primary

  • Christopher Peters – 18,025 votes (87.7%)
  • Write-In Candidate – 2510 votes (12.2%)

*Ginny Caliguiri ran a write-in campaign after a lack of signatures kept her off the primary ballot.*

Iowa State Senate – District 41

Republican Primary

  • Daniel Cesar – 278 votes (13.9%)
  • Mariannette Miller-Meeks – 1706 votes (85.4%)

Democratic Primary

  • Ed Malloy – 2073 votes (41.6%)
  • Mary Stewart – 2909 votes (58.3%)

*Incumbent Mark Chelgren (R-Ottumwa) did not seek re-election*

Iowa State House of Representatives – District 83

Democratic Primary

  • Michael Hardy – 146 votes (9.1%)
  • Jeff Kurtz – 904 votes (56.5%)
  • Bob Morawitz – 546 votes (34.1%)

*Incumbent Jerry Kearns (D-Keokuk) did not seek re-election*

Iowa State House of Representatives – District 84

Republican Primary

  • Martin Amos – 288 votes (18.4%)
  • Trevor Lynn – 182 votes (11.6%)
  • Sheila Matheney – 493 votes (31.5%)
  • Joe Mitchell – 600 votes (38.3%)

*Incumbent Dave Heaton (R-Mt. Pleasant) did not seek re-election*

Iowa State House of Representatives – District 87

Republican Primary

  • Tim Goodwin – 444 votes (81.6%)
  • Travis Inghram – 96 votes (17.7%)

Iowa State House of Representatives – District 88

Democratic Primary

  • Noah Canady – 285 votes (31.4%)
  • Lanny Hillyard – 620 votes (68.4%)

Lee County Board – District 3

Democratic Primary

  • Rich Harlow – 304 votes (72.4%)
  • Larry Haynes – 114 votes (27.1%)

*Incumbent Don Hunold is not seeking re-election*

Des Moines County Attorney

Democratic Primary

  • Lisa Schaefer – 1433 votes (76.4%)
  • William Monroe – 432 votes (23.0%)

*Incumbent Amy Beavers did not seek re-election*

Van Buren County Board – At Large (Choose 2)

Republican Primary

  • Dale House – 313 votes (28.9%)
  • Steve McKeehan – 138 votes (12.7%)
  • Mark Meek – 379 votes (35.0)
  • Ted Nixon – 253 vote (23.4%)